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.
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The principal purpose of the performance evaluation is to provide two-way communication between a supervisor and an employee about the individual's work performance and to establish goals for the upcoming year.
This policy outlines the guidelines Organizational Development and Staff Diversity (ODSD) uses for Staff education and development opportunities.
This onboarding program is mandatory for all new staff and those who have been rehired. Those employees changing from non-bargaining unit positions into bargaining unit positions will need to attend the session related to their bargaining unit. Faculty members may attend the general onboarding program upon request.
Some work locations at the University may, because of the nature of the work, pose potential risks to the reproductive health of employees. This policy states the University's commitment to minimizing risks and providing education and information to help employees make informed decisions about exposure to potential health risks.
The University is committed to the development and maintenance of a drug-free environment, and will not tolerate the unlawful possession and use of controlled substances (drugs) on its premises. The unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession or use of a controlled substance is prohibited in and on property owned or controlled by the University.
As an expression of appreciation and to recognize long service, the University honors eligible staff members. Awards, in the form of gifts from the University, may be selected by the honorees from the Service Awards brochure.