COVID-19 Campus Update
Personnel Policies and Procedures
To communicate the college mission, core values, goals and objectives to new employees, facilitate employee understanding of their contributions to achieving college goals, to explain college commitments concerning pay and benefits to employees (if applicable), and to communicate college expectations of employees.
Revision Responsibility: Chief Financial Officer
Responsible Executive Office: President
Created: August 5, 2009, Revised: January 17, 2011 to reflect revised organizational chart, June 7, 2016 to state new full-time employees will be made aware of benefits prior to ninety (90) days of their official start date instead of ninety (90) days after their official start date.
I. Responsibility of Administrators
It is the responsibility of each new employee’s administrator to arrange for appropriate orientation to the college, to include, but not necessarily limited to:
- College mission, core values, goals and objectives
- Specific job responsibilities of the employee
- Performance evaluation
- Expectations for employee conduct
- College policies and procedures
- Introductions to other employees, departments and offices as necessary to facilitate employee assimilation into the college community
- Assigning a more experience employee as a mentor
II. Responsibility of the Chief Financial Officer.
The appropriate administrator will provide orientation relative to employee pay and benefits (if applicable). The Chief Financial Officer will enter the payroll information into the college’s database system.
I. Orientation for New Employees
The orientation of all new employees should be documented using the Checklists Forms: General Employment, Medical, Payroll, and Clinical Faculty (if applicable). The completed form should be placed in the employee’s personnel form within one week of a new employee’s start date.
II. Pay and Benefits Orientation for New Full-Time Employees
New full-time employees will be made aware of benefits prior to ninety (90) days of their official start date by the appropriate administrator.
Misrepresentation of Academic Credentials
It is a Class A misdemeanor to misrepresent academic credentials. A person commits the offense of misrepresentation of academic credentials who, knowing that the statement is false, and with the intent to secure employment at or admission to an institution of higher education, represents, orally or in writing that such a person:
- Has successfully completed the required course work for and has been awarded one or more degrees or diplomas from an accredited institution of higher education; or
- Has successfully completed the required course work for and has been awarded one or more degrees or diplomas from a particular institution of higher education; or
- Has successfully completed the required course work for and has been awarded one or more degrees or diplomas in a particular field or specialty from an accredited institution of higher education