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HR Policies and Procedures Updates

Drury University > Human Resources > HR Policies and Procedures Updates

Policy 604 (Rev. 5-27-22)

  • Additional holiday added: Juneteenth (June 19)
  • Policy Change: Staff members who provide their notice of resignation in advance of a paid holiday listed or paid seasonal days off are not eligible to receive payment for any such paid holiday or paid seasonal holidays that fall during their notice period.

Policy 609

  • Policy Change: Staff members who terminate following on or more years od service will generally be paid for unused accrued vacation, so long as they resign from the University and provide the minimum required notice in advance of their resignation. Employees who are terminated for cauase will not generally be paid for unused accrued vacation. The maximum amount of unused accrued vacation that can be paid is for 80 hours of unused vacation, even if the employee has accrued more than 80 hours of unused vacation time. Payment for unused accrued vacation is calculated as follows: Gross Pay = Accrued Vacation Hours x Hourly Wage Rate.

Policy 804 (Rev. 7-13-22)

  • Policy Change:
    • A resignation is a voluntary act initiated by the staff member to terminate employment with Drury. To separate in good standing, employee must provide at least 2 weeks’ written notice of resignation from nonexempt staff members and 30 days’ notice from exempt staff members.
    • If a staff member does not provide advance notice as requested, the staff member will be considered ineligible for rehire.
  • Policy Change
    • By submitting a resignation, an employee agrees that Drury may, at its option, accept the resignation to be effective prior to the proposed last day of work identified by the employee in the resignation letter.