2013 Compliance Process
Each year, our faculty and professional staff are required to complete several annual compliance programs. The annual compliance programs include the Conflict of Interest Statement, a Performance Evaluation, and Preventing Workplace Harassment Training. Please follow your college, department or division timeline for completing the compliance programs. A 2% merit pool will be available to eligible employees. Merit increases will not be awarded to individuals who do not complete these requirements.
Conflict of Interest Statement
The Drexel University Conflict of Interest and Commitment Policy ("COI Policy") requires all employees to disclose annually any actual or possible conflicts of interest or commitment that might have or which may affect how an employee performs their duties for the University. Employees are required to certify that they have read the University-wide Code of Conduct and recognize their obligation to act accordingly. Both of these requirements were established by the Drexel Board of Trustees, whose members are also required to complete similar certifications. The Annual COI Program must be completed by June 7, 2013.
To complete the Conflict of Interest Statement, please follow the instructions on the COI policy page. For information regarding the COI Policy, please contact Tim Raynor, Associate General Counsel, at email@example.com or 215-895-2538 or Ed Longazel, Chief Compliance Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-255-7819.
This process was established to provide an organized system for goal setting and performance evaluation whereby employees regularly receive and discuss feedback regarding job performance, departmental and University expectations, and serves as a forum to facilitate planning and resource allocation. Performance evaluations must be completed and signed no later than June 7, 2013. Please refer to your department or division timeline for further guidance. To complete the performance evaluation, please follow the instructions on the Performance Management page.
Starting on July 1, 2013, all performance evaluations will be completed in a new performance management system. Further information regarding access to and use of the new system will be distributed shortly.
For information regarding the Performance Evaluation Process, please contact Valerie Williams at email@example.com or 215-895-6330. Questions regarding the online performance management tool should be directed to Lindsay Snyder at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-895-2776.
Preventing Workplace Harassment Training
Drexel University welcomes individuals from diverse backgrounds and perspectives from around the world and believes that an inclusive and respectful environment enriches the University community and the educational and employment experience of its members. The University expects all of its employees to act in a manner that ensures a fair and respectful environment free of illegal discrimination, including harassment and retaliation. A copy of the University's Equality & Non-Discrimination Policy (OED-1) can be found on the OED website.
Drexel requires all full-time and part-time compensated faculty and professional staff to complete its online discrimination, harassment, and retaliation prevention program. This year's program is called "Preventing Workplace Harassment," and must be completed by June 7, 2013. Preventing Workplace Harassment is a web-based training program developed by United Educators specifically for educational institutions. For instructions on completing the training, please visit the Preventing Workplace Harassment page.
For information regarding the Preventing Workplace Harassment training, please contact Michele Rovinsky at email@example.com or 215-895-1403.