The Employee-initiated Reduction In Time (ERIT) Program is an optional tool that locations and organizational units may choose to offer employees to address the current budget crisis. The ERIT Program provides a method for employees to assist the University in responding to the budget deficit by volunteering to reduce their percentage of appointment and pay so that the University can achieve salary savings.
Written performance appraisals are included as an essential part of several personnel policies and are the bases for many actions such as completion of probationary period, merit increases, corrective action, dismissal based on performance, and transfer. While established personnel policies specify written evaluations must be done annually, additional appraisals may be conducted at any time the supervisor or employee feels one would be of value. [more info...]
Starting, Monday, August 21, 2017, the Work-Study Website will begin carrying job postings for the Academic Year Work-Study Program. If interested in hiring a work-study student during the academic year, please complete the staff new hire authorization request form and email to Letitia Lynex (email@example.com). The hiring deadline for the Academic Year Program is February 2, 2018. The first working day is October 9, 2017 and the last working day is June 15, 2018.