• Wages and Workers Compensation are paid by the school district

  • While this is a training opportunity, student workers should be treated as regular employees

  • Job performance will be evaluated in areas such as Attendance, Initiative, Attitude, Quality of Work, and Quantity of Work

  • Assignments are temporary and may be terminated any time by the employer, student, parent, or WorkAbility I coordinator

  • Health and safety are priorities. If a student is unsure about safe work procedures, he/she should ask their supervisors for help.

  • Grades and graduation are of primary importance and can affect a student’s eligibility for WAI employment

  • Pay days are on the 15th of the month for hours worked the previous month.

  • All assignments must comply with California Youth Labor laws