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Additional Work for Pay

Rules and regulations regarding MSU Extension employees doing additional work for pay (defined as teaching a college level course for credit).



Administrative Leave

The rules and regulations regarding administrative leave for MSU Extension employees.



Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Overview of MSU Extension policies to accomodate employees with disabilities.



Annual Leave

The rules and regulations regarding MSU Extension employees' annual leave time.

 



Appeal Process - Continuing Employment (CE), Performance Development System (PDS), Interim Complaint Resolution Procedure (ICRP)

The rules and regulations regarding the appeals process for an employment complaint.



Benefits

An overview of the rules and regulations regarding employee benefits from MSU Extension.



Boards and Committees Participation

Information on MSU liability insurance coverage for staff members serving on boards and committees.



Civil Rights File

Information about where to find MSU Extension's Civil Rights file for employees.



Civil Rights Policies and Procedures

An overview of MSU Extension's civil rights policy for employees.



Code of Ethics

An overview of MSU Extension's Code of Ethics for employees.



Orientations Toward Occupation and Residence A Study of High School Seniors in Four Rural Counties of Michigan

MSU Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Special Publications SB428

James Cowhig, Jay Artis, J. Allan Beegle, and Harold Goldsmith, Sociology and Anthropology
Issued May   1960  35 pages  (Fil. 1) 

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations.  For current recommendations contact your local Extension Office.
 



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