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Information for Current Employees
The following is a list of links with relevant information for current CU-Boulder employees.
Information about all the potential benefits of being a CU-Boulder employee including the traditional benefits such health care, retirement, vacation and sick leave, and the non-traditional benefits such as work life, BuffOne, Eco Pass, counseling, leave sharing and others.
Leave - Time Off
Leave options available to CU employees include leaves such as Vacation, Sick, Holiday, Bereavement, Jury, Military, Administrative, On-the-Job Injury, Disability, Family Medical, Parental and Unpaid Leave.
Payroll & Benefits Services
Information about traditional benefits, such as health care and retirement as well as information concerning your specific pay. This link will take you to the University's Payroll and Benefits Department (PBS).
Human Resources offers a wide range of training opportunities. Whether you're looking for trainings that are required, developmental, based on rules and policies, or life-enriching, HR can provide you with a multitude of training solutions.
The University provides a variety of opportunities and programs that can help to balance your work and your life outside of work. Work life resources such as Faculty & Staff Assistance Program, alternative work arrangements, recognition and motivation programs, counseling, child and eldercare resources, tuition benefits, employee discounts, leave and time off information can help restore a health work life balance.
Competitive compensation combined with excellent benefits and a great work environment make CU-Boulder one of the most desirable places to work in Colorado and in the nation. Fair wages are important to our employees, and they are a critical tool for allowing the university to recruit and retain the best and brightest talent. Wages are determined according to merit and market surveys with the goal of providing equitable pay for equitable work. Resources and information about compensation and pay for classified staff and officer and exempt professional staff as well as FLSA and overtime.
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Classified vs Officer & Exempt Professional
A comparison of the differences between the State of Colorado classified personnel system and Officer & Exempt Professional personnel system.
Exemption from the State Personnel System
A list of the most frequently asked questions about professional positions that are eligible for exemption from the classified state personnel system.
Discrimination and Harassment
In order to create a positive learning, working and living environment, the University strives to provide an atmosphere free of discrimination and harassment based upon race, color, national origin, gender, age, creed, religion, sexual orientation, disability, and veteran status.
Performance includes performance planning and evaluations, dispute resolution, addressing employee performance concerns through formal and informal processes, employee motivation and recognition.
A variety of options exist at the University of Colorado for addressing and resolving personnel issues. These include mediation, conflict resolution, counseling, formal grievance, dispute resolution and appeals processes, threat assessments, procedures for discrimination and harassment complaints, disability accommodation requests and incident reporting through EthicsPoint.
Other Employee Services
This link will take you to the CU-Boulder Faculty Staff Assistance Program which offers a number of services including: free confidential individual or group counseling service to faculty and staff for personal or work-related concerns; crisis intervention services; supervisor consultation; work-life services; workshops and training; and referral services.
At the University of Colorado at Boulder, employees with disabilities are entitled to access, support, and when appropriate, reasonable accommodations. The ADA Coordinator supports the ongoing development of an accessible university that embraces and celebrates diversity. The ADA Coordinator provides disability-related information, services, and resources for faculty and staff. The ADA Coordinator is responsible for providing reasonable accommodations for faculty and staff, educating the campus community, and promoting equal access and opportunity for those with disabilities. Additionally, the ADA Coordinator, in conjunction with the Chancellor's Committee on Campus Accessibility, addresses the structural accessibility needs of students, faculty and staff.
The Department of Human Resources has been given the authority to handle access of official personnel records outside of Open Records Requests. The Records Services unit is responsible for maintaining the official personnel records for all classified and exempt professional CU-Boulder and System Administration employees. To review a file, contact at Records Services at 303 492-4844. A 24 hour notice is required. Records Services is located at: Administrative and Research Center East Campus 3100 Marine Street, Third Floor Boulder, Colorado 80309-0565.
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