A source for policies, procedures, handbooks and other resources from the School of Education and Human Development

User Tools

Site Tools


Reference Documents

Mental Health and Well-Being Resources


Supervisor Toolkits

Student Supervisor Resources


Flexible Work Arrangements

Information Technology Policy

Leave Policies

Here are two short on-demand video courses that provide an overview of CU’s current leave options:



Outside Consultation, Research, Clinical and Other Work

Temporary workers

Temporary positions are typically limited to nine (9) months of continuous employment with a four month break. Temporary employees are paid on a bi-weekly/hourly basis. Hours worked can be any amount and can exceed an average of 30 hours a week. This type of position is not eligible for benefits, except sick leave according to the Healthy Families and Workplaces Act. Full guidance about temp appointments is available here.

This is a possible solution for a student employee who is graduating and no longer eligible to work a student appointment, but whose department wishes for them to continue working on a temporary basis.

To request a temporary employee, please complete the Hire Form here, using Request Type: Temp Hire

Workers Compensation

Please contact your SEHD HR team right away if you have a workplace injury.

human/reference-documents.txt · Last modified: 2024/04/23 20:50 by Paul Zastrocky