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Policies help keep the University of Rochester a safe, respectful, productive, and positive academic and health care workplace. On this page, you can explore, access, and review policies relevant to your current or future needs.

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Long-Term Disability Plan

Policy Number: 265

The Long-Term Disability (LTD) Plan provides a monthly income benefit when an individual is totally disabled for more than six months.

Human Resources

Compensation Discussions and Disclosures

Policy Number: 196

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.

Compensation & Benefits, Conduct & Community Standards

Political Activities Policy

Policy Number: 112

This policy outlines the limitations and restrictions the University has with regard to all forms of political activity.

General Administration

Death of Faculty or Staff Member

Policy Number: 119

Guidelines and procedures regarding the death of a faculty or staff member, to be followed with tact and sensitivity and modified when individual circumstances warrant.

Compensation & Benefits, Employment & Staffing, Human Resources

Grievance Procedure

Policy Number: 160

This policy outlines the grievance procedure, which is designed to supplement the informal departmental means of resolving staff members’ problems or complaints.

Conduct & Community Standards, Human Resources

Drug Testing Policy

Policy Number: 151

This policy establishes the grounds for testing and testing process for purposes of determining whether covered individuals are engaged in substance abuse in violation of University policy.

Human Resources

Probationary Period

Policy Number: 169

The purpose of the probationary period is to provide supervisors the opportunity to evaluate a new or transferred employee’s ability to acclimate to the organization’s culture, to assess general working habits (punctuality, attendance, working relationships, etc.) and to evaluate the employee’s ability to meet performance standards.

Conduct & Community Standards, Employment & Staffing

Shift Differential

Policy Number: 226

Hourly-paid staff required to work an evening shift will receive a $.75 per hour shift differential. Hourly-paid staff required to work the night shift will receive $1.00 per hour shift differential. The shift differential is paid in addition to the regular hourly rate for all hours worked on the shift.

Wage & Salary Administration
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