WSU- Day to Day Employment Basics. Presented by Human Resource Services September 2011. Overview. Governing Federal and State Laws, Rules and Regulations University Policies and Procedures and Guidelines Day to Day impacts How these elements work together.
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Human Resource Services
Federal and State Laws and Regulations
State Rules / Collective Bargaining Agreements
Past /Common Practice
Policies & Procedures
WSU Policies and Procedures
The Faculty Manual contains the policies and procedures governing faculty rights, privileges, and responsibilities passed by the Faculty Senate and approved by the President and the Board of Regents.
Administrative Professional Handbook
Contains a compilation of current policies relating to AP employment, these policies evolve over time as the institution and its internal and external environment change.
Civil Service (CS) and Bargaining Unit(BU): Classified in accordance with the state classification specification (WAC 357-13)
Administrative Professional: Classified in accordance with WSU classification guidelines and in accordance with RCW 41.06.070and 41.06.170(3).
Faculty: Classified in accordance with the Faculty Manual and the Provost’s Office
FLSA sets and regulates minimum wage, overtime pay, equal pay, record keeping, and child labor standards for covered employees.
Basic Rule = Everyone is a covered employee
except for the exceptions.
Civil Service Employees (WAC 357-28-255)
* Leave with pay is NOT considered time worked.
EXCEPTION: Meal and rest period may not be required if an agreement is signed to voluntarily waive them on a regular basis.
Requests for Annual Leave and LWOP
Exception: Medical Leave requests are administered through Human Resource Services.
EAP is a free and confidential service available to WSU staff. Staff can schedule appointments with an EAP Counselor by contacting 509-335-5759.
The EAP assists in identifying, managing, and resolving personal and work-related issues that may affect job performance or quality of life issues. The EAP provides counseling, education, and consultation services to improve job performance, worker health, and the well-being of the employee and their family.
WSU employees attending this session via videoconferencing and who wish to have it documented on their training history must notify Human Resource Services within three days of the session date: firstname.lastname@example.org