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Work-Life Design Portfolio (DRAFT)
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As part of an ongoing effort to address the Work-Life balance needs of Missouri S&T Employees, the Division of Human Resources, Equity and Inclusion has drafted a proposed Work-Life Design Porfolios of Programs and Policies on our Campus. This work-life design portfolio of policies and programs is designed to present faculty and staff with a set of options that can be customized to individual situations.
View a draft copy of the Human Resources, Equity and Inclusion (HREI) division’s proposed Work-Life Design Portfolio Draft. Please examine this draft proposal and provide comments and suggestions to Anitra Rivera , director of special projects for HREI, at firstname.lastname@example.org by March 1.
Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Policy Changes
As part of our ongoing initiative to provide an equitable and inclusive experience for all of our valued employees, the Offices of Human Resources and Institutional Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, are excited to announce a new change to our Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) policy. In accordance with federal law, the university provides employees with the ability to take a leave of absence for family, medical reasons, and/or leave for military families while maintaining job protection. Under the previous policy, leave could be taken for an employee’s illness or that of an employee’s child, spouse, or parent. The new policy will now extend that coverage to include Sponsored Adult Dependents, including the child of a Sponsored Adult Dependent.
While we hope that you and yours remain in good health, we are pleased to now be offering this important addition, should you ever need it. To view the new policy, please visit the following links:
As always, should you have any questions, or a need to apply for FMLA, please contact the Institutional Equity, Diversity and Inclusion office at (573) 341-7734 or email them at email@example.com.
Below is a list of the Human Resources Strategic Partners and their respective divisions/departments they assist.
Through myHR, you can manage your personal information, submit time and leave information, view and print pay advices, update direct deposit information, W-4 information and much more. Log into myHR.
Effective August 1, 2016, Missouri S&T has joined more than 1,000 other colleges and universities in the U.S. by becoming a tobacco-free campus. We have a list of frequently asked questions designed to inform you of the reasons for this decision, the details of the transition to a tobacco-free campus, and the resources that are available to help individuals who wish to become tobacco-free.
The new tobacco free policy is posted online at http://chancellor.mst.edu/policy.
Missouri S&T is strongly committed to a campus environment in which all members of the University community are encouraged to pursue opportunities for learning and professional growth and to draw on the institution’s own intellectual resources as well as external sources in seeking those opportunities. For information on the many opportunites available at Missouri S&T click here.
The Summary of the Climate and Engagement focus groups conducted by Segal are now available online. Read the summary