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  1. 2009/2010 AY Furlough Program Wanda M. L. Lee Dean, Faculty Affairs and Professional Development

  2. Agenda • Introduction • Purpose • Calendar • Fall 2009 Furlough Certification • Reporting Furlough Days – Fall Furlough Schedule • Agreement Highlights • Roles and Responsibilities • Additional Information • Questions

  3. Furlough Calendar: Academic Year Faculty

  4. 2009-10AY Faculty FallFurlough Certification

  5. Agreement Highlights --Academic Year Faculty: Flexible Fall Furlough Day Guidelines: • 5 flexible furlough days: (Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov., Dec., and Jan.) • No more than one furlough day per work week • No more than two furlough days each calendar month • EXCEPTION – one month and one week in the academic year may have up to four furlough days

  6. 2009-10AY Faculty Fall Furlough Schedule

  7. EXAMPLE A

  8. EXAMPLE B

  9. Agreement Highlights: Furlough Exceptions: • Sworn Officers • Public Safety Dispatchers • Community Service Officers • Direct grant-funded positions

  10. Faculty Responsibilities • Complete Certification Form by 8/24/09. • Complete Fall Furlough Schedule by 9/15/09. • Reprioritize duties to be proportionate with the hours to be worked considering operational needs of the campus. • Be aware of the well being of your colleagues and students. • Do not perform work for San Francisco State University on the fixed furlough days or on the agreed upon furlough days unless written authorization from the appropriate administrator is received in advance.

  11. Chair/Director Responsibilities • Facilitate completion of Certification Form and Furlough Schedule. • Carefully review your operations, skills of staff, supervision available and service requirements. • Make recommendations regarding furlough schedule in light of operational needs. • Ensure that employees are not working on their furlough days. • Be aware of the well being of your faculty and students.

  12. Administrator (MPP) Responsibilities • Carefully review your operations, skills of staff, supervision available, and service requirements. • Consider approval of furlough schedule in light of operational needs. • Insure that employees are not working on their furlough days. • Be aware of the well being of your faculty and students.

  13. Faculty Affairs Responsibilities • Assist deans, department chairs/directors, and faculty through the furlough process. • Provide communication updates: • Information sessions • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) • Provide referral to Human Resources for: • Paycheck calculator • Information on health and benefit plan options • Self help tips • Provide referral to ORSP for grant-related questions. • In conjunction with Human Resources, consult with union leadership regarding furlough-related issues.

  14. Faculty Affairs Website – Faculty Furlough Information http://academic.sfsu.edu/facaffairs/furlough.php

  15. HR Homepage – Additional Furlough Informationhttp://www.sfsu.edu/~hrwww/index.html

  16. FURLOUGH INFORMATION http://www.sfsu.edu/~hrwww/econ_times/econ_times.html

  17. 2009/2010 Academic Year Faculty Furlough Program Check for updates: http://academic.sfsu.edu/facaffairs/furlough.php http://www.sfsu.edu/~hrwww http://research.sfsu.edu/faqs.html#furlough Send questions to: facaffrs@sfsu.edu (academic related questions) hrinfo@sfsu.edu (employee related questions) orspinfo@sfsu.edu (grant-related questions)

  18. AY FACULTY FURLOUGH INFORMATION SESSION QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS