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Full-Time Employee Handbook
Updates to this Handbook
   
TO: All Full-Time Benefits Eligible Employees    
       
DATE: December 2003    
       
FROM: Julie Lorton-Rowland    
  Executive Director of Human Resources, Central Office
       
RE: Update to the Full-Time Employee Handbook
Below is a summary of the updates made to the Full-Time Employee Handbook. We have established direct links from this summary to the sections in the handbook to provide you easy access to the updates. Please be sure to review the updates carefully so you are fully aware of the changes in policy.
Time Off
Vacation    
    Use of Vacation Time
Procedure
  Revised language to state time off without pay may not be substituted for use of available accrued vacation time.
Sick Leave    
    Use of Sick Leave
Allowance

  Revised language to state time off without pay may not be substituted for use of available accrued sick time.
Other Benefits
Educational Support   Clarified policy with regard to fee remissions for non-credit courses; fees remitted for non-credit courses not to exceed three credit hours per course per semester for employees, spouse, or dependents. Added language stating educational travel courses are not eligible for fee remission.
Retirement Programs
Retiree Programs
    Educational Support   Clarified policy with regard to fee remissions for non-credit courses; fees remitted for non-credit courses not to exceed three credit hours per course per semester for retirees, spouse, or dependents. Added language stating educational travel courses are not eligible for fee remission.
If you have any questions about these changes, please contact your regional Executive Director of Human Resources.
 
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