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The purpose of this policy is to describe certain employment policies applicable to EHRA Non-Faculty Instructional, Research and Public Service Staff, and Tier II Senior Academic and Administrative Officers.
A separation occurs when a University SHRA employee resigns from State employment, retires, is involuntarily separated, or dies. This policy details the provisions and procedures for the following types of separation: resignation, retirement, death, or separation while on medical leave. This policy describes the different types of voluntary employee separation and the procedures for ensuring employees receive appropriate benefits in the event of resignation, retirement or death.
Before finalizing or communicating an end of appointment decision for any permanent EHRA non-faculty employee, departments must contact the EHRA Non-Faculty HR Department in the Office of Human Resources (OHR) by phone so that the proposed action may be prescreened. Prescreening is not required for EHRA non-faculty temporary or student employees, postdocs, or an employee who voluntarily submits their resignation in writing or by email.
Accruals & Payouts for Certain Leave/Paid time off Programs, Leave/PTO Payouts & Transfers for SHRA Terminations, and External Regulations and Consequences
The federal Jobs for Veterans Act regulations require most temporary positions to be posted publicly before they can be filled. The intent of the Act is to make it easier for veterans to find jobs when they leave military service – an outcome the University fully supports. This amendment to the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act requires government contractors to list job openings using an appropriate public posting method.
The University is committed to fair and equitable treatment for all employees. Therefore, the University has established this Grievance Policy for the fair, orderly, and prompt resolution of work-related disputes for EHRA Non-Faculty employees. This policy provides for a formal process in order to address allegations that actions taken by management are impermissible under University policies.