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Leave: Professional Development Leaves of Absence Policy for Administrators

Paid professional development leaves of absence may be pursued in order to enhance job knowledge and/or for job-related skill development, for the purpose of enhancing work performance. Leave may be requested for a variety…

Leave: Unpaid Personal Leave of Absence and Faculty Research Leave Policy

Unpaid Personal Leave of Absence When unusual circumstances necessitate a day or more of unpaid time off work, a member of the faculty or professional staff is asked to make a request to his/her…

Mandated Reporters Policy

for faculty, professional staff, and contracted service providers This document is intended to outline the College’s policy regarding “mandated reporters.” It explains briefly the meaning and purpose of mandated reporters, outlines the legal context,…

Moving Expense Reimbursement Policy

Eligibility The College will provide reimbursement for eligible moving expenses, up to the maximum dollar amounts listed below, to newly appointed full-time, tenure-track faculty and full-time professional staff who must relocate their primary residence…

Paid Personal Days for Full-time Non-exempt Professional Staff

Eligibility Full-time, non-exempt employees are eligible for paid personal days as outlined below. Non-exempt employees are those who complete time sheets. Policy Full-time, non-exempt members of the professional staff may take paid personal days…

Phased Retirement Policy for Faculty

The Phased Retirement Policy allows eligible full-time, tenured faculty members to elect to reduce their teaching responsibilities in preparation for full retirement from the College. The typical teaching obligation of a faculty member participating…

Problem Resolution Policy

Procedures for the Resolution of Employment-Related Issues Franklin & Marshall encourages members of the faculty and professional staff to bring forward, in good faith, employment-related issues, concerns, and suggestions. Though employees are always free…

Protection of Minors Policy

Franklin & Marshall College's Protection of Minors Policy is relevant for faculty, professional staff, College volunteers, and students who supervise or work with individuals under the age of 18 in conjunction with their College…

Re-employment Policy

Former members of Franklin & Marshall's professional staff are welcome to apply for advertised, vacant positions for which they are qualified. A former employee will be evaluated based on the same criteria used to…

Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Policy, and Title IX Notification

Franklin & Marshall College is committed to having an inclusive campus community where all members are treated with dignity and respect. Franklin & Marshall does not tolerate sexual harassment directed toward any member of…

Standards of Conduct Policy

for faculty and professional staff All members of the College community are expected to treat colleagues and students with dignity and respect, and to exercise care and good faith in the performance of job…

Use of Athletic Facilities Policy

The policy below pertains to the use of College athletic facilities by Franklin & Marshall employees and retired employees. Please contact Athletics and Recreation, at 717-291-4250, with questions pertaining to the use of athletic…

Vacation Benefits Policy

for full-time members of the professional staff Eligibility Full-time members of the professional staff are eligible to use paid vacation time as outlined below. Full-time staff members are those who are appointed to positions…

Voluntary Reduced Summer Work Hours Policy

for Professional Staff This policy is designed to provide eligible members of the College’s professional staff the opportunity to voluntarily reduce their work hours during the summer months. The objective of this policy is…

Weather Emergencies and Utility Failure Policy

As a residential institution, Franklin & Marshall rarely ceases operations due to adverse weather conditions or utility failure. However, if severe weather conditions or utility failure make traveling to and from campus, or remaining…

Whistleblower Policy

All members of the Franklin & Marshall community are expected to adhere to the highest standards of ethical conduct in carrying out their duties and responsibilities for the College. The College is committed to…

Workers' Compensation Notice (Summary) and Injury Reporting Requirements

For faculty, professional staff, and student employees Workers' Compensation is designed to provide wage loss benefits and reimbursement for reasonable medical care expenses to employees, including student workers, who are injured, or become ill,…