201.09

Mediation

Applies to: All employees not covered by a collective bargaining unit
  1. Policy

    The University will make available to employees confidential consultation and mediation services to address concerns or resolve disagreements related to their employment.

201.12

Discipline

Applies to: Regular staff with the exception of those represented by a bargaining unit
  1. Policy

    The University requires that employees maintain a standard of performance and conduct that contributes to the continuing excellence and orderly and efficient operation of the University. The University, in its sole discretion, will determine whether an employee’s performance, conduct or behavior meets this standard.

201.29

Jury and Witness Pay

Applies to: All regular employees with the exception of those represented by a bargaining unit
  1. Policy

    • Employees, including probationary employees, shall be excused from work and will not sustain loss of their regular compensation when called upon for jury duty or to testify at the order of a court or other agency of government or upon request of the University. This policy does not apply to an employee who is a plaintiff or serves as an expert witness.
    • An employee who loses time from work for jury or witness service will receive his or her regular University compensation for the lost time.
201.31

Lunch Periods

Applies to: Regular Staff with the exception of those represented by a bargaining unit
  1. Policy

    Departmental lunch periods when unpaid are either thirty (30) minutes or sixty (60) minutes in duration and are scheduled by the department. When the lunch period is a paid part of the regularly scheduled work day, it shall not exceed twenty (20) minutes. In these cases, staff members are expected to eat their lunch as time and the work schedule permit.

201.36

On-Call Pay

Applies to: Regular staff with the exception of those represented by a bargaining unit
  1. Policy

    Staff members required to restrict their whereabouts and activities in order to be available for return to work to meet emergencies, shall receive “on-call” compensation.

201.37

Orientation

Applies to: Regular Staff
  1. Policy

    Human Resources Offices will provide orientation for new staff members to acquaint them with University operations, programs, benefits, and facilities.

  2. Schedule

    Orientation programs for new staff members are scheduled and conducted by the pertinent Human Resources Offices on each campus.

  3. Regulations

    All newly hired staff members will attend an orientation session as promptly as possible following employment.

201.52

Rest Periods

Applies to: Regular Staff with the exception of those represented by a bargaining unit
  1. Policy

    There will normally be a rest period which may be taken at a time and place and in a manner which does not interfere with the efficiency of the department. The rest period will be with pay and will not exceed 15 minutes for each 4 hours of work. The rest period is intended to be a recess to be preceded and followed by an extended work period. Consequently, it may not be used to cover a staff member’s late arrival to work or early departure, to extend the lunch period, nor may it be regarded as cumulative if not taken.

201.55

Shift Premium

Applies to: Regular staff with the exception of those represented by a bargaining unit
  1. Policy

    Shift premium, if applicable, will be paid as an addition to the base wage rate of employees in order to compensate those whose schedule of work starts on or after times specified in University regulations.

505.01

Internal Audit

Applies to: All Departments and Units of the University
  1. Purpose

    University Audits provides a service to the University and to all levels of management with information regarding the internal control environment throughout the University. The Office of University Audits was established to fulfill the charge of the Board of Regents’ Bylaw 3.01 (2).