Why are Changes Being Made?
This change comes as a result of extensive consultation and feedback with internal and external stakeholders including managers, supervisors, staff members, central and department human resource professionals and AASUA and NASA.
The primary goals of this partnership are:
- ensuring safe, healthy, productive and sustainable return to work and/or stay at work for faculty/staff members and
- stability and productivity within the work unit and for the institution.
- Collective agreement provisions and eligibility for General Illness, Medical Leave and Long Term Disability benefits
- Requirement to report illness absences to immediate manager/supervisor and/or the department chair
- Return to Work and Accommodation support through OHE’s Return to Work Consultants
- Focus on Early Return to Work as medically recommended
- HHI’s expert Health Support Consultants (HSCs) will facilitate access to rehabilitation and health recovery support for staff members
- OHE’s expert Return to Work Consultants (RTWCs)will provide staff and managers/supervisors with assistance and support in return to work planning and accommodations
Detailed information about the new process will be available on the Human Resource Services’ website on Monday , November 2, 2015.
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Please direct any questions about these changes to Organizational Health and Effectiveness, Human Resource Services at email@example.com.