This procedure gives TMG employees access to a process that effectively addresses and resolves matters arising within their employment relationship with the University.
The intent of this policy is to avoid creating or continuing an employment situation where there is the potential for favouritism and/or conflict of interest. (Date of most recent approval: November 2004)
Faculty Professional Development Allowance Plan (PDA) Policy and Procedures is a Board approved policy that is held in the McMaster University Secretariat's Office.
Hearing Procedures for the Board-Senate Hearing Panel for Discrimination, Harassment, and Sexual Violence
Hearing Procedures for the Board-Senate Hearing Panel for Discrimination, Harassment, and Sexual Violence (Board and Senate approved)
Librarian Professional Development Allowance Plan (LPDA) Policy and Procedures is managed by the McMaster University Secretariat`s Office. (Board approved)
In support of the McMaster University Workplace Environmental Health and Safety Policy, the University is committed to the prevention of workplace violence. (Board and Senate approved)
Policy that outlines the benefits, eligibility, use of funds, etc. for the Management Professional Development Allowance for TMG employees. (Date of most recent approval: June 2022)
This policy is to establish the protocols and processes for the issuance of a Persona Non Grata declaration as a mechanism to help ensure the health, safety and security of the McMaster University campus and its community members (date of approval July 2019).
Policy on Post-doctoral Fellows that outlines the definition, steps to obtain a postdoctoral position, appointment and registration, remuneration and financial support, and benefits and services. (Senate and Board approved)
Policy to allow salaried support staff nearing retirement age to reduce their workload as much as 50% and still receive full pension credits and benefit coverage until retirement. (Date of most recent approval: May 1980)
All members of the University Community (“Community Members”) have a right to study, work, and live in an environment that is free of Sexual Violence. (Board and Senate approved)