214 - Regular Non-Benefits Eligible Employment
Subject: Regular Non-Benefits Eligible Employment
Date: July 1, 2017
To define regular non-benefits eligible employment and procedures for hiring.
who is governed by this policy:
This policy applies to all non-benefits eligible staff employees.
A job is considered regular non-benefits eligible if the position is expected to continue for at least twelve consecutive months at 19.5 hours or less per week. An employee in such a position is not eligible for paid time off (e.g., University holidays, personal holidays, or vacation) except sick leave in accordance with Policy 512, and is not eligible for participation in the University's benefit plans. A regular non-benefits eligible employee cannot work for the University for more than 1,000 hours within each year from the anniversary of their initial date of hire.
An HR Partner/hiring manager may hire a regular non-benefits eligible employee by following the appropriate process in Workday to create a position and hire or transfer the employee in to the supervisory organization in which they will work.
If recruitment assistance is needed, the HR Partner and/or hiring manager may request a position to be posted by HR-Talent Acquisition on the online site (UChicago Jobs). A search for a non-benefits eligible position must use the same procedures as outlined in policies 202 Talent Acquisition and 204 Reference and Background Checks.
|Regular Non-Benefits Eligible Staff Employee||An employee whose job is expected to continue for at least twelve consecutive months at 19.5 hours or less per week.|
roles and responsibilities:
|Governed Party||Roles and Responsibilities|
|Supervisor||The Supervisor is responsible for requesting a new or vacant position be filled.|
|HR Partner||The HR Partner is responsible for department HR activities and processing staff transactions in the human resources and applicant management systems.|
|HR-Talent Acquisition||The Center of Expertise is responsible for oversight of the university's staff talent acquisition policy and processes.|
|Center of Expertise - Talent Acquisition||talent firstname.lastname@example.org||4-5294|
Employees represented by a union may be governed by the appropriate bargaining unit agreement.