A safe, comfortable, and productive work environment for every employee is the goal of South Georgia College. To this end, the College makes every effort to enhance working conditions and expects employees to accept a similar responsibility.
Occasionally, it becomes necessary to correct employee work habits or for the employee to call attention to inequities or other work-related problems he or she encounters. While these actions are normally attempted and accomplished in an informal, personal setting, it sometimes becomes necessary to pursue more formal avenues of corrective action and/or recourse.
Employee grievances will be handled as is stated in this section of the manual unless directly related to a complaint regarding discriminatory treatment that is based on race, color, sex, religion, age, or disability. The Affirmative Action Officer of South Georgia College will monitor complaints of this nature, insuring that the institution meets its moral, as well as legal, obligations. This procedure is addressed in the Affirmative Action Plan for South Georgia College, which is available in the Human Resources Office.
For purposes of this manual, a "No Contest Plea" will be considered the same as a "Guilty Plea".A. Misassignment of Personnel
1. Transfers within South Georgia CollegeC. Promotions
2. Transfers within Institutions
D. Demotions E. Layoff F. Reduction in Work Hours G. Retrenchment
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