Minors on Campus - Human Resources at Ohio State
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October 20, 2017 |
The policy has been edited to better align with the Activities and Programs with Minor Participants Policy.
August 18, 2015 |
Ohio State’s Activities and Programs with Minor Participants policy promotes the safety and well-being of minors entrusted to the university’s care. The policy requires annual registration of programs that involve minor participants. Registration for 2015-2016 academic year is now available.
June 19, 2015 |
There has been significant activity across campus since the January 1 expansion of the Activities and Programs with Minor Participants policy. From increased program registration to policy training, the Ohio State community has been working diligently to make campus an even safer and more enriching environment...
April 1, 2015 |
Ohio State’s Activities and Programs with Minor Participants policy requires registering all programs involving minor participants with the university’s Youth Policy Coordinator, Lindsay Bond.
December 23, 2014 |
The Ohio State University reaches nearly 500,000 youth annually through more than 600 activities and programs in all of Ohio’s 88 counties. Throughout the past year, the Office of Human Resources has worked to formulate and approve a renewed policy regarding youth participation in University activities and programs.
Scheduled to launch in 2020, Career Roadmap is a comprehensive job family model and pay structure that will provide visibility to career paths for managers and staff to foster equitable, consistent compensation practices across the university and medical center.
With winter upon us, it’s important to be aware of the university’s weather-related resources and policy, and know how to check the university’s status. Although Ohio State strives to remain open, faculty and staff can be prepared by reviewing this policy and taking note of the resources.
Form 1095-C is a required tax form that provides information about the health care coverage you had or were offered by Ohio State in 2018. If you have not yet consented for electronic delivery, please do so by February 11. Otherwise, the form will be delivered to your home address on file in the HR System by March 4.
To provide for the health and safety of students, employees and visitors, Ohio State prohibits the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession, or use of alcohol or controlled substances. Please review the Drug-Free Workplace Policy for more information.
Linette (Lin) Hillis will join Ohio State in the role of associate vice president for talent, diversity and leadership, Office of Human Resources. Lin’s first day will be on Monday, October 29, 2018.
Ohio State faculty, staff and retirees joined together to raise $1,318,131 for central Ohio, making a difference for hundreds of local nonprofit organizations.
Your Plan for Health has a new quarterly incentive structure that gives you the opportunity to earn rewards more frequently throughout the year, including Health Reimbursement Account credits, PulseCash and medical plan premium credit.
The Nepotism Policy emphasizes that the selection of employees is based on job-related qualifications and performance, and relationship by family, marriage or domestic partnership will not preclude hiring or promotion/transfer. Review the policy for details.
Ohio State’s Office of Student Life has again been named one of the Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs by Diverse Issues in Higher Education. This is the fifth year in a row for this recognition.
The Distinguished Diversity Enhancement Award recognizes individuals and groups for their commitment to enhancing diversity at Ohio State. Faculty, staff, students, student organizations and alumni can nominate their colleagues and peers who have made diversity part of university best practices.