HR 308 – New Supervisor Training

The majority of supervisors in a charter school environment receive no formal training on how to be a supervisor.  To address this, we created an introductory course that starts with the difference between leading versus managing, how to promote civility in the workplace and reviews the top 10 mistakes commonly made by supervisors.  We describe situations when a supervisor should engage Human Resources.  On a day-to-day basis, we coach supervisors how to handle meal and rest break scheduling, how to respond to requests for a leave of absence or intermittent use of a leave of absence, what to do if an employee is injured, how to address inappropriate employee attire and how to handle resignations or terminations. 

This training can be done onsite/in-person or virtually.

Contact CharterSAFE's HR staff to schedule any onsite training at your school ( or 916-880-3461) 

Karla Ksan

Director, Human Resources

With more than 25 years of Human Resources experience, Karla has a broad range of expertise in employee relations, compliance, benefit (health and retirement) administration, performance management, training and development, recruiting, compensation and payroll administration. Karla has a Master's Degree in Public Administration from the University of Southern California, and has SPHR, PHRca, SHRM-SCP from the Society for Human Resources Management and Human Resources Certification Institute.

Jennifer Callens

Manager, Human Resources Partner

Jennifer brings over 15 years’ experience in both Human Resources and Operations, most recently serving a Northern California Charter School for three years as a Human Resources and Payroll Analyst. Jennifer studied at Cosumnes River College and is a professional member of the Sacramento Area Human Resources Association. Jennifer has earned her Human Resources Certifications specializing in both Federal and California labor law from the Human Resources Certification Institute.

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