New and Recently Updated Policies
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The Workers' Compensation policy has been updated to address the ISU Incident Portal, a comprehensive incident reporting system for work-related injuries and incidents. This system replaces the work injury and incident reporting system that was contained in AccessPlus. Employees may access the portal to report a work-related injury or illness.
The policy on Contracting Authority (Non-employment Related) has been updated to reflect current dollar thresholds and university titles.
Facilities and Grounds Use policy: The policy has been revised to clarify that ISU encourages public discourse. Any member of the university community or the public may use most outdoor areas for non-commercial expressive activities on a first come, first served basis without giving prior notice. The policy also addresses uses of indoor areas.
Agora: This term from ancient Greek society means “public gathering place.” In the spirit of encouraging public discourse, the term will be introduced with signage in two high-traffic locations on central campus that are particularly conducive to expressive activities. Note that expressive activities are NOT limited to these two areas.
Notice or Approval: Certain large events require prior notice and/or approval. Guidelines have been developed to simplify the process of obtaining authorization for indoor or outdoor activities meeting the policy’s definition of “public events.“
Effective January 1, 2016, minor changes were made to the Conflicts of Interest and Commitment (COIC) policy and corresponding Procedures, Applications, and Guidance (PAG) to align with ISU practices. These changes do not affect the spirit of the policy, and should not impact its application, except to allow for a more efficient process to track employee COIC disclosures.
Policies in Development
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This new policy and the accompanying procedures will address all forms of student withdrawal from the university: standard, medical, out of term, and university initiated. The purpose is to provide consistency in defining and handling each type of withdrawal. Please review the DRAFT POLICY and DRAFT PROCEDURES, and submit your comments and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 23, 2017.