Last Revised: August 2005
Staff Employees Council - A Staff Employees Council is established as the primary representative body of the classified employees.
Purpose of the Council - The Staff Employees Council serves in an advisory capacity to the president of the University with respect to all matters of classified personnel administration and employee relations, excepting matters of formal appeals and hearings. The function of the council is to receive, consider, and make recommendations on matters relating to classified personnel administration, policies, and procedures; to provide a forum for the hearing of classified employees' suggestions, questions, or complaints, but not individual appeals relating to disciplinary or classification matters; and to provide a means of communication for disseminating information to classified employees of the University.
The council keeps a summary record of all matters considered and recommended by the council and transmits such minutes to council members, the president, and other officials, as specified by the president.
Organization of the Council