For use when any position adjustment results in a cumulative fiscal year increase equal or greater to 10%
For use when hiring Occasional Workers, Continuing Education Instructors or for filling multi-incumbent temporary positions. For questions, contact your HR Partner
To affect changes in employment status for temporary & regular staff or to document separation of employment
Use for any visitors to campus whose visit will exceed 4 days
To initiate changes, or document separation of employment for student workers
Proposal for alternative work schedule
Checklist to be used for separating employees
Checklist to be used by managers of separating employees
For the annual review process of staff without supervisory responsibilities
For the annual review process of staff with supervisory responsibilities
Communication of expectations of performance with initial feedback for new staff; may also be used if the reviewer is new.
Can be used for performance feedback for non-exempt positions at the six month review.
Communication of expectations of performance with initial feedback for staff with supervisory responsibilities; may also be used when the reviewer is new.
When an employee's performance or behavior is unsatisfactory, a progressive process for corrective action is strongly advised. The steps involved in the process may vary depending on the nature of the situation and can include verbal discussion, written warning, suspension without pay, and/or termination.
It is recommended that department management document all steps of the corrective discipline process as they occur. As appropriate, this should include notice of potential further corrective action if modification of performance and/or behavior does not occur promptly.
Managers are required to coordinate with their designated Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) to review and provide input on all written notices PRIOR to delivering notice to the employee. Please view the Performance Improvement forms below.
Form used to note performance improvement needs between annual performance evaluations.
Form used to follow up on performance improvement notices between annual performance evaluations.