Employment guidelines are an important part of the employer/employee relationship. Both employees and candidates for employment should have a good understanding of the employment opportunities available and the employment requirements expected at Case. Numerous federal, state, and local laws govern many of the systems established in the employment process. In addition, the university officers have added some reasonable steps to ensure that the workforce is comprised of qualified, talented, and diverse employees who are willing to work in a mutually supportive manner. The university expects all employees with hiring and supervisory authority to be uncompromising in their search for and management of employees by following these policies.

II. Employment Contents
  1. Employee Classifications and Status
  2. Individuals Who are not Case Employees Procedure
  3. Alternative Work Arrangements
    1. Alternative Work Arrangements Procedure
  4. Employment Decisions
  5. Search Committees
  6. Employment Planning and Responsibility
    1. Staff Employment Procedure
    2. Relocating New Employees Procedure
  7. Pre-employment Requirements
  8. Position Requirements
    1. Exposure to Human Bloodborne Pathogens Procedure
  9. Temporary Employment
    1. Temporary Employment Procedure
  10. Employment Orientation Period
    1. Employment Orientation Procedure
  11. Re-employment of Former Employees
  12. Termination of Employment
    1. Termination of Employment Procedure
  13. University Closings for Holidays and Other Events
    1. Holiday and University Closing Pay Practice
  14. Work Week and Pay System
    1. Payroll Procedures
  15. University Employee Records
    1. Employee Records - Change in Personal Information Procedure
  16. Term Employment
  17. Reorganization
    1. Reorganization Procedure
  18. Emergency Preparedness and Workforce Coverage