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Employment Policy Changes Presented by Brenda B. Balzer Vice President for Human Resources January 8, 2009. Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Changes in the Law effective 01-16-09 adds a: Military Leave Component Employees may take up to 26 weeks of unpaid

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Employment Policy Changes

Presented by Brenda B. Balzer

Vice President for Human Resources

January 8, 2009


  • Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

  • Changes in the Law effective 01-16-09 adds a:

  • Military Leave Component

  • Employees may take up to 26 weeks of unpaid

  • leave if their spouse, son, daughter or parent is:

  • (1) Called to active duty

  • (2) Injured while on active duty and requires

  • care once they return from duty


  • University Medical Leave

  • Current Policy: Requires a 6-month period

  • between leaves

  • New Policy: Requires a 30-day period

  • between leaves

    • Benefits paid during the leave remains the same:

    • 6 to 11 weeks of 80% to 100% salary based on

    • length of service

    • Can now be used for more than one illness over

    • the course of a fiscal year


  • Code of Conduct (1 of 2)

  • General policy is new, but incorporates several policies from current policy manual. This policy includes:

  • Compliance with Laws and Regulations (New)

  • Conflicts of Interest (New)

  • Nepotism

  • Consensual Relations

  • Kickbacks, Gifts, and other forms of Secret

  • Payment (New)

  • University Advancement Gifts, Entertainment and

  • Favors


  • Code of Conduct (2 of 2)

  • Soliciting Charitable Contributions

  • Grants and Contracts (New)

  • University Funds, Assets and Property (New)

  • University Records and Reporting (New)

  • Confidential Information

  • Obligation to Report Suspected Violations (New)

  • Code Violations (New)

  • Compliance with this Code of Conduct (New)

  • Supervisor’s Obligations (New)


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