NEW HIRE INFORMATION
Employee Handbook (pdf) organized into five sections: Standards of Excellence, Employment, Employee Development, Compensation and Benefits, and Employee Services.
Office of Inclusion, Diversity, and Equal Opportunity is responsible for the development, implementation and coordination of all equal employment opportunity and affirmative action programs to support the university's commitment to increased representation of and advancement of members of all protected groups at all levels of employment and academic endeavor.
Case Benefits Program (overview includes Benelect, retirement, education, financial conveniences, and recreation)
- Authorization Agreement for Automatic Deposits of Payroll Checks (pdf)
- CaseOneCard Account Terms and Conditions apply through Access Services online.
Employee discounts information provides phone numbers, e-mail or web addresses. Human Resources has tried to be sure that the discount information is accurate, but the final decisions about what programs are available to whom, rest with the people who manage those programs.
CWRU Network ID Activate your CWRU network accountreturn to top
HUMAN RESOURCES PROGRAMS
Alternative Work Arrangement refers to work arrangements that are variations from the standard workday, workweek and/or work location (Policy II-3)return to top
Training Event Calendar includes supervisory education/ development, staff development workshops, lunch & learn sessions.
Education benefits information regarding tuition waiver and tuition reimbursement
Employee Resources are available to the entire Case community through the Kelvin Smith Library. Search an item from the employee resources list below using through the online search catalog, write down the call number or video number, and then go to the Main Service Desk at Kelvin Smith Library. Staff will retrieve the item for you from secured cabinets.
CaseLearns is an instructional program designed to iinstruct Case community members on how to use the library and its resources has always been central to the mission of an academic library.» return to top
TIME OFF AND LEAVE
Absence and Leaves under the Family Medical Leave Act (Policy IV-8)
Paid Parental Leave (Policy IV-14)
Vacation (Policy IV-6)» return to top
Staff Advisory Council serves as an advisory group of both administration and staff to suggest, comment, and provide feedback on policies and issues that affect the University and the people it serves.
The Center for Community Partnerships connect Case with our neighbors in the Greater Cleveland Community» return to top
Case Integrity Hotline website allows the university community to report unethical or illegal behavior that might jeopardize the University's mission, access the Hotline Policy, and Follow up on an existing report.
Your employment experience will be a positive one as you take the time to become familiar to the universities policies on Human Resources and your shared responsibility in the University's endeavor to realizing its potential as a preeminent university but also elevate the individual promise of each of its students, faculty, staff and alumni.