The Long-Term Disability (LTD) Plan provides a monthly income benefit when an individual is totally disabled for more than six months.
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This policy provides Medical Center employees with education and information about the Medical Center Compliance Program, certain laws that relate to the submission of claims to Medicare and Medicaid and protections for individuals who report potential billing problems.
This policy outlines guidelines and procedures for the University's sick leave plan for all eligible employees in accordance with the New York State Sick Leave Law.
This policy details what to do if a faculty or staff member has had a verified workplace exposure, developed in 2020 amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
Subject to certain exceptions outlined within this policy, the University will not discharge or discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because the employee or applicant has inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own compensation or the compensation of another employee or applicant.
This policy establishes the policy and process for assessing whether an individual performing work or services for the University is properly classified as a University employee or as an independent contractor.
The policy is intended to ensure effective supervision, internal discipline, trust, and positive morale in the workplace, and seeks to avoid the appearance of, or potential for, favoritism, conflicts of interest, the appearance of impropriety, and conflicts of loyalty associated with nepotism.
This policy outlines the guidelines Organizational Development and Staff Diversity (ODSD) uses for Staff education and development opportunities.
The purpose of this policy is to comply with the New York State Public Health Law Article 13-E, and to assist in the creation of a healthful and comfortable environment for all students, faculty, administrators, staff visitors and any other members of the University of Rochester community.
The University will not knowingly employ or continue to employ persons who do not meet the requirements of federal laws pertaining to immigration and naturalization. Further, all employees must complete the U. S. Citizenship and Immigration Service’s (USCIS) Employment Eligibility Verification, Form I-9, as per USCIS guidelines.