Professional Services Unit
Article 30 - Appointment, Evaluation and Promotion
Appointments of employees shall be made in accordance with Article XI of the Policies. After three consecutive years of full-time service on the basis of a temporary appointment, a full-time employee whose employment is continued on the basis of a temporary appointment shall be given the reasons for such appointment. The appropriate remedy for failure to receive such reasons shall be to have them provided.
§30.2 Evaluation and Promotion
a. Evaluation and promotion of employees shall be made in accordance with Article XII of the Policies.
b. Subject to provisions of this Agreement, the system of evaluation for professional employees shall be as specified in the Memorandum of Understanding dated September 30, 1981, between the University and UUP relating to a system of evaluation for professional employees, and the system of promotion for professional employees shall be as specified in the Memorandum of Understanding dated August 8, 1989, between the University and UUP relating to a system of promotion for professional employees. Such Memoranda of Understanding shall be statements of mutual intentions and shall not constitute agreements under Article 14 of the Civil Service Law or for any other purpose.
§30.3 The procedural steps of the Policies involving matters of appointment, evaluation or promotion of employees shall be subject to review in accordance with provisions of Article 7, Grievance Procedure. The procedural steps of the Policies regarding evaluation of professional employees are included in Appendix A-13.
§30.4 a. All employees shall, upon appointment, receive a notice of appointment or reappointment containing the following information:
1. Academic or professional rank, if applicable, and official State title;
2. Type of appointment, i.e., Term, Continuing, Permanent or Temporary;
3. Duration of appointment if a term, or expected duration if a temporary appointment;
4. Basic annual salary, if appropriate, or rate of compensation; and
5. Effective date of appointment.
b. In addition, part-time employees shall receive an appointment letter which includes the following information on required assignments if applicable:
2. Advisement and/or governance; and
3. Research and/or community service.
c. In addition, part-time employees shall receive an appointment letter which identifies the benefits for which they are eligible:
2. Leave; and
3. Other (specify).