PS-08, Revision: PS0008.R06, Effective: June, 16, 1997
Excerpt from PS-08:
Once an employee has received one or two written reminders (depending on the severity of the violation), the employee has one final opportunity to recommit to the institution. A meeting is held with the employee to discuss the seriousness of the matter. The employee is given an Employee Contract. The Employee Contract must contain:
At the end of the meeting, the employee is asked to take the contract home and report to the supervisor on the next work day at the beginning of his/her shift with his/her decision. If the employee wants to sign the contract in the meeting, the supervisor should reiterate that this is a final warning and the employee needs to take time to consider his/her decision. When the employee reports to the supervisor the next work day, he/she either signs the contract and commits to meeting the University's expectations or accepts the consequences for his or her failure to meet established performance standards.
The Employee Contract requires Appointing Authority approval. If an employee disagrees with the facts presented in the contract, he/she may file a grievance in accordance with PS-80. The Appointing Authority reserves the right to place the employee on a suspension without pay or a reduction in pay in lieu of the Employee Contract or if the employee refuses to sign the contract. The employee may also be subject to termination if he/she refuses to sign the contract.
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