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Policy 64: Termination and Job Abandonment


UCR Local Procedures
UC Personnel Policy for Staff Members
POLICY 64: TERMINATION AND JOB ABANDONMENT
January 2001

This local procedure is in the process of being updated to align with the revised systemwide PPSM-64 policy. In the meantime, if there is a conflict between the systemwide policy and this local procedure, the systemwide policy will take precedence. Please contact Employee and Labor Relations for guidance.

  1. RELATED POLICIES AND REFERENCES
    1. Personnel Policy 64 - Termination and Job Abandonment
    2. Personnel Policy 62 - Corrective Action -- Professional and Support Staff
  2. PROCEDURES
    1. Supervisors and managers who believe that termination of employment of a regular status employee is necessary and/or appropriate must consult with Labor Relations before taking such action.
    2. Written notice of intent to terminate the employment of a career (non-probationary) employee must state that the employee has eight (8) calendar days to respond to the intent notice.
    3. Any responses from the employee to the notice of intent should be discussed with Labor Relations.
    4. Notices of Termination should include a statement that the employee has the right to request a review of the termination action in accordance with Personnel Policy 70: Complaint Resolution.
    5. Notice of Intent to Terminate and Notice of Termination should be accompanied by a Proof of Service form.

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