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UAB Policy
This policy list the requirements and methods of payment for internal consulting by UAB employees.
UAB Policy
This policy identifies who may access personnel files and under what circumstances these files may be obtained.
UAB Policy
This policy details UAB's adherance to the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 and explains the requirements for completing the Employment Verification I-9 form.
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 perfomance reviews.
UAB Policy
This policy describes UAB employee procedures in response to bad weather.
UAB Policy
This policy requires relevant administrators and employees of UAB and UABHSF to ensure that clinical services associated with research studies are billed appropriately and in compliance with relevant laws, regulations, and contractual obligations.
UAB Policy
This policy is established to provide for the orderly disclosure of UAB records to individuals or entities requesting them. This policy also covers confidentiality of information and disposal of confidential documents.
UAB Policy Library Entry
All UAB activities are subject to audit. This policy explains the function of Office of Internal Audit and describes the standards by which UAB audits are to be conducted.
UAB Policy
This policy states UAB's commitment to the highest standards of integrity by identifying and managing conflicts between financial or fiduciary interests held by the institution or institutional officials and the ethical conduct of research.