Andrews University Employee Handbook
I. GENERAL INFORMATION
EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK 4:1-100
The purpose of the Employee Handbook is to clarify working relationships, and provide information regarding policies and procedures with reference to employment at Andrews University. If questions arise they should be discussed with the supervisor, department director, and/or Human Resources (HR).
CURRENT EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK 4:1-105
This edition of the Employee Handbook supersedes all previous editions and shall be adhered to except as it shall be amended by subsequent actions of HR.
CHANGES IN EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK 4:1-110
Andrews University retains authority to modify, add or delete any provisions in the Employee Handbook. Andrews University reserves the right to change policies and procedures at any time. The most current policies will be available at HR and you may ask to see them at any time. Updates of changes will be posted on the employee bulletin board in the Administration Building.
EXCEPTIONS TO POLICIES 4:1-115
Any exceptions to policies, regulations, and procedures are authorized by HR under the advisement of the administration.
HUMAN RESOURCES ADVISORY COUNCIL 4:1-120
A Human Resource Advisory Council (HRAC) is annually appointed by HR. The members are as follows: HR Director as Chair, Associate HR Director as Secretary; one member from each of the Schools, and one member each from Advancement, Student Services, Financial Administration, Enrollment Services and Information Services. The Advisory Council meets monthly for the purpose of discussing HR issues.
The HR office maintains a file of the employment records of each employee. These records are property of Andrews University and may include pre and/or post hiring documentation, service records, written reports of periodic performance reviews and other documents, all of which are assembled to form an accurate account of employment experience with Andrews University. To keep personal records current, the supervisor and the HR office should be notified of any change in name, marital status, address, telephone number, dependents, or other pertinent information. A Record or your years of service is kept at the HR office. This is used in calculating retirement benefits. You are encouraged to periodically request a copy of your service record to verify its accuracy.
Suggestions to improve office operations, reduce expenses and improve policy are welcomed and appreciated. Please pass along any suggestions to the HR Director.
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