Social Work Human Resources Policies:
- I-9 Policy for Employees
- Policy on Non-Student Employee Awards
- Course Overload Policy
- Time and Attendance Policies for Academic Professional and Civil Service Employees
- Time and Attendance Policies for Academic Hourly, Grad Hourly, Student Hourly, and Extra Help Employees
Human Resources Forms:
- Hourly Appointment Request
- Assistantship Appointment Request
- I-9 Information and Form
- Website Information Form
- Vacation/Sick Portal
- University Payroll Schedule
- Retirement Quick Guide
The Employment Center allows people to view open job postings, both Civil Service and Academic. They can also create a profile where they can add resumes and employment information to apply for open positions and apply to take civil service exams.
NESSIE enables University employees to view employment related information, on such topics as benefits, policies, and training and development. Employees can also update information and view W-4, Earnings Statements, and Direct Deposit.
Academic Human Resources is responsible for the human resources program for faculty, other academic, and academic professional employees on our campus. This office provides a wide range of employee and departmental services, including guidance and counsel to units and employees on all academic human resources policies; review and processing of all academic appointments; coordination of Board of Trustees approval items; and advises on all academic labor and employee relations issues.
Staff Human Resources administers the Civil Service human resources program and provides a wide range of employee and departmental services, including Employment & Testing, Extra Help Services, Labor & Employee Relations, Classification & Salary, and Records Administration.