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UAB Policy
All UAB non-academic UAB employees (exempt and non-exempt) will undergo a six-month probationary period upon commencement of employment. This policy provides information regarding the period including access to benefits and performance reviews.
UAB Policy
A shift differential is paid to compensate nonexempt employees for working during evening and night hours. This procedure describes how the shift differential is defined for specific entities (hospital or university) here at UAB.
UAB Policy
This policy details the specifications for UAB employees securing outside employment and participating in other external activities. Faculty are directed to reference the "External and Internal Activities" section of the Faculty Handbook.
UAB Policy
This policy identifies circumstances under which individuals may retain their original service date upon being rehired.
UAB Policy
These guidelines outline UAB's approach for charging tuition remission and other graduate student compensation for students who work on and are supported by institutional or sponsored projects.
UAB Policy
This policy describes UAB and UAB Medicine's commitment to following approved hiring procedures and outlines the responsibilities Human Resources regarding these procedures.
UAB Policy
This policy describes accepted methods of recruiting for vacant positions.
UAB Policy
This policy states that UAB employees must refrain from employment decisions and evaluations involving immediate family members or another UAB employee who resides in the same household.