Subcontracted through a Contracted Agency or Teaching RCC Public School Students: WISEstaff
Subcontracted through a Contracted Agency refers to whether or not the staff member is hired as a subcontractor for the assignment. Teaching RCC Public School students refers to whether or not the staff member is teaching students attending a Residential Care Center (RCC).
Enter Yes or No to the question “Is this assignment being performed by a subcontracted individual or a teacher of RCC public school students?”
Leave this field blank when it's not required for a given position and area code combination. The answer to the question is required for all assignments except 53-0970 Teacher/Intern. See annual staff collection documentation for which assignment position and area code combinations require users to answer this question.
View the Assignment Code List by Year for more information.
|Subcontracted Response Code||Description/Comments|
|Y (Yes)||Assignment is performed by a subcontracted individual or by a teacher of a public school RCC student.|
|N (No)||Assignment is NOT performed by a subcontracted individual and is NOT performed by a teacher of a public school RCC student.|
USES: This data element tracks information on a particular staff member's position and assignment records reported in WISEstaff to see if contract data is required.
FAQs, Details, and Points to Note
- Multiple Assignments: A subcontracted staff person can have multiple assignments at different agencies. The hiring agency will report all staff data for the subcontractor with the assignment-related specifics broken down at the various working agencies.
- Salary and Benefits: You do not need to report contract salary and benefit data for subcontractors or for staff teaching public school students in a Residential Care Center.
- Residential Care Center Guidance: If you have staff that teach public school students in Residential Care Centers, please review the following guidance document: WISEstaff Working in Residential Care Centers Staff Reporting Guidelines