It is our commitment to keep the University open during severe weather if at all possible. However, it is important to clarify in advance what the expectations of our employees will be in the event severe winter weather should cause difficulty traveling to campus and/or result in an Administrative Closure decision. Read More
As has been the practice in past years, hours for Dec. 12-15 of this year must be estimated by employees, to allow supervisors enough time to approve hours by end of day on Dec. 13. This annual procedural change allows as much time as possible for processing paychecks to be distributed before the University shut-down on Thursday, Dec. 21. Read More
Beginning August 16, 2015, Illinois State University began limiting the number of work hours/week to 28 hours for student employees, graduate assistants, civil service extra-help, and other employment types who work 4.5 months or less or are otherwise ineligible for the State's group health insurance benefits under the State of Illinois Group Insurance Act. The work week commences at 12:00 a.m. on Monday and concludes at 11:59 p.m., Sunday. Read More
If you are a DACA recipient, you should weigh the benefits and risks of international travel carefully as border agents have wide discretion in determining the admissibility of any person presenting at the border. For more information related to DACA/International Travel visit here.
Current DACA work permits (Employment Authorization Documents) will remain valid until they expire. Please be aware if a DACA work permit (Employment Authorization Document) expires before March 5, 2018, an application for renewal must be filed with the Department of Homeland Security before October 5, 2017. No renewal applications will be accepted after that date. Don’t delay submitting your application so as to avoid any processing glitches.Read More
Environmental Health & Safety and Human Resources has transitioned accident reporting to iPeople. With this change, you will now be submitting accident reports for your employees via iPeople online. Detailed instructional documentation that will help you navigate the new process for submitting a report can also be found on the Environmental Health and Safety website.