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OUTSIDE EMPLOYMENT

An employee's first responsibility is to the University and to efficiently perform assigned duties. However, the University does not object to an employee accepting outside work, as long as it does not:

  • interfere with scheduled work hours
  • affect the satisfactory performance of regular duties
  • cause an accident or create a hazardous situation
  • cause the employee to engage their talent with a competitor in a way that would disadvantage the University (not meant to pertain to teaching at another educational institution)

Any questions about what would be considered a disadvantage to the University should be discussed with your supervisor.

Violations of this policy may result in disciplinary action as set forth in the Disciplinary Action policy.

Revised 10-11-02
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