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Indiana State University is committed to promoting a productive and positive work environment for all of its employees. Situations may arise in which you would like confidential advice or to talk out situations over the phone or in person. We welcome the opportunity to help you find answers and work toward solutions.
If you need to discuss a matter with Human Resources staff, confidentiality will be maintained to the extent possible. Some issues may require further investigation or consultation with other campus departments. In such cases, information will only be shared with other individuals on a need-to-know basis.
Employee Relations staff are available to help employees and supervisors understand Indiana State University policies and procedures. Remember that many departments have their own standard operating procedures, including guidelines or standards for attendance, appropriate dress, requests for time off, and department-specific issues. Please refer to the Policy Library for Indiana State University policies.
Employee Relations is available to consult with employees and with supervisors when there are questions or concerns regarding expectations, performance, or behavior in the workplace. Indiana State University uses a progressive discipline process to address performance and behavioral problems and the Employee Relations staff provides direction to that process.
Usually, people can have different opinions and continue to work together toward common goals. However, sometimes differences in opinion or personal beliefs can result in workplace conflict. If you and another employee are having difficulty communicating or working together, Employee Relations can offer advice, answers to questions, and provide information about resources available to employees to promote a productive and positive work environment.
The Employee Relations staff has developed various Training and Development resources to provide Indiana State University managers and supervisors with some of the resources and information they need to be successful, including but not limited to tips on documenting employee performance, coaching for success, and conflict resolution.
In the event that an employee separates employment with Indiana State University, you will need information about benefits, property that should be returned to ISU, as well as other important information. Please refer to the Separation Checklist for a list of items to complete before your last day of employment.