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Policies

PolicyDescription
Anti-Nepotism Policy that prohibits favoritism, the appearance of or potential for favoritism, and conflicts of interest and loyalty often associate with nepotism.
Code of Conduct Describes the ethical & professional standards in which the University and each community member must transact University business.
Conflict of interest Defines the principles and procedures to assure that individuals’ primary commitments to the university and the objective performance of their professional responsibilities are not adversely affected by external commitments and financial interests.
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Describes the university's standards of conduct related to prescription drugs, illegal drugs and alcohol.
Employee Relations Describes commitment to develop and maintain policies and procedures that strive for excellence and help create a positive work environment.
Employment Review Period Describes the 90-day employment review-period in order to evaluate the feasibility of continued employment.
Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, & Non-Discrimination Describes the university's commitment to provide a working environment of nondiscrimination, equal employment opportunity, affirmative action, and non-retaliation for all members of the university community.
Fittness for Duty Refers to the readiness of an employee to perform the essential functions of the job and also addresses the circumstances under which the university may require a fitness for duty examination and the applicable process pertaining to such examinations.
Flexible Work Schedule Authorizes individual departments to implement flexible work schedules to meet business needs and personal needs of the employee.
General Leave of Absence and Family/Medical Leave Act Provides guidelines related to the eligibility and utilization of a general leave or Family/Medical Leave.
Holiday Policy Establishes guidelines regarding the eligibility and use of paid holidays provided to regular, full-time staff members.
Licensee Code of Conduct This policy recognizes the educational import of the manner in which the University conducts its business relationships and aspires to align the University’s transactions with the values of its Jesuit Catholic mission.
Non-Smoking Policy Policy prohibits smoking within in all enclosed, University facilities, and no one may smoke within 15 feet of any entrance to a building.
Overtime/Compensation Describes compensation of non-exempt employees who work over 40 hours in a week in accordance with the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Pay Classification Describes the appropriate pay practices for exempt, professional hourly and non-exempt staff employees.
Policy on Policies Describes responsibility and authority for policy approval, communication, interpretation and implementation.
Policy on Staff & Librarian Teaching Describes the conditions under which staff & librarians of Loyola may teach outside of normal work responsibilities.
Post-Offer Physical and Drug/Alcohol Screening Establishes guidelines for post-offer physicals and drug/alcohol testing for certain staff positions.
Personal/Family Friendly Days Establishes guidelines regarding the eligibility and use of Personal / Family Friendly Days.
Progressive Discipline Describes the application of the progressive discipline process used to address employee misconduct.
Recruitment and Employment Describes guidelines related to the recruitment and selection process for approved full- and part-time staff positions.
Security of Property Describes how to secure valuable university property and how to report any theft of property.
Sexual Harrassment Describes Loyola's zero tolerance for sexual harassment, process for reporting, remedial process and resources available.
Short Term Disability Describes eligibility and utilization of short-term disability program.
Sick Leave Policy Establishes guidelines regarding the eligibility, accrual and utilization of sick leave.
Transfer of Employee Service Credit LUMC/LUC Outlines procedures related to employee service credit between Loyola University Chicago (LUC) and Loyola University Medical Center (LUMC) on or after January 1, 2013.
Tuition Benefits Describes eligibility, responsibilities and process of the tuition benefit program.
University Policies The policy website offers a full list of Loyola University policies which can be viewed either by category or alphabetically.
University Sponsored Service and Immersion Program for Staff Provides a framework to allow employees to participate voluntarily, with pay, in University sponsored, and/or endorsed, mission-related experiences during work hours.
Vacation Policy Establishes guidelines regarding the eligibility, accrual and utilization of vacation time.
Wage Information The University will honor all legally served wage summons as required by law.
Work Force Reduction Policy Provides guidelines regarding the process of a workforce reduction, as related to reduction criteria, benefits and notice.
Workers' Compensation Policy Establishes guidelines related to reporting, benefits,& pay for an injury that occurs in the workplace.

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