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The Policy Review Committee is charged with reviewing staff policies, posting new policies, and proposing revisions.

Thank you for taking the time to review and comment on the following policy postings.

The Human Resources Policy Review Committee: Jen Rick, Ryan Armsworthy, Colleen Treml, Claudia Wenzel, Garry Homany, and Rosanna Miguel and John Ambrose

Supplemental Pay

The Supplemental Pay policy will be posted for review and comment for 30 days, from Jan. 15th through Feb. 13th.  Please see below for details on this posting.

POLICY: John Carroll University recognizes that certain circumstances may warrant staff employees to receive additional temporary compensation, also known as supplemental pay, for administrative or instructional duties outside of their job description and not anticipated to become permanently assigned duties. 

PURPOSE:  To explain the conditions and approval process under which a staff employee may receive Supplemental Pay. The Supplemental Pay Policy is intended to apply to three situations:

  1. Interim appointments to a higher level of administrative responsibility, such as interim director or head of a unit.  For example, a staff employee may be assigned supervisory duties for several months to cover the responsibilities of a supervisor on extended leave.
  2. Temporary and significant increases in responsibility during the staff employee’s normal work hours.  For example, an employee may be assigned to perform duties or lead temporary projects that are of strategic importance to the University.  These additional duties generally require utilization of skills and the performance of tasks that are above the expectations of their current role.
  3. Extra duties performed outside the staff employee’s job description and outside of normal work hours or that add extra work hours in addition to those spent on normal job duties.  Examples include, but are not limited to: summer session assignments for ten-month employees and staff teaching assignments.

SCOPE:   Staff employees (full-time or part-time). 

Review the policy: Supplemental Pay

To comment or send a question please go to: Supplemental Pay Comments & Questions (Note: you will need to have your JCU gmail account open to access this link) or you can email hrdept@jcu.edu with your questions/comments.

Identity Theft Prevention

The Identity Theft Prevention policy will also be posted for review and comment for 30 days, from Jan. 15th through Feb. 13th.  Consistent with the Red Flag rule under the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (“FACT Act”), the University has established an Identify Theft Program (“the Program”) with reasonable policies and procedures to detect, identify, and mitigate Identity Theft in its Covered Accounts.  The University will adopt this Identity Theft Prevention Policy to incorporate relevant Red Flags into a Program to enable the University to detect and respond to potential Identity Theft.  Please see below for details on this posting.

POLICY:  John Carroll University (“the University”) adopts this policy as part of its program for the prevention of Identity Theft.  Consistent with the Red Flag rule under the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (“FACT Act”), the University has established an Identify Theft Program (“the Program”) with reasonable policies and procedures to detect, identify, and mitigate Identity Theft in its Covered Accounts.  The University has adopted this Identity Theft Prevention Policy to incorporate relevant Red Flags into a Program to enable the University to detect and respond to potential Identity Theft.  The University will update the Program periodically to reflect changes in risks to Customers, creditors or the University from Identity Theft.  
 

PURPOSE:  The University recognizes that some activities of the University are subject to the provisions of the FACT Act and its “Red Flag” rule.  This law requires that a Red Flag policy (from which a Red Flag program will be developed) be adopted, with oversight of the program assigned to a senior management level administrator and with regular program reviews. Therefore, the University adopts the following Identify Theft Prevention Policy and Program.
 

SCOPE:  All John Carroll University employees 

Review the Policy: Identity Theft Prevention

To comment or send a question please go to: Identity Theft Prevention Comments & Questions (Note: you will need to have your JCU gmail account open to access this link) or you can email hrdept@jcu.edu with your questions/comments.