Summer Leave/Voluntary Reduction in Work Hours 2016
UT is offering academic employees on all campuses an opportunity to voluntarily reduce the number of hours they work during the summer. This program allows individuals to take unpaid time off during the summer, and assists UT in decreasing staff hours paid in departments where workloads are reduced in the summer.
2016 Program Information & Form
ComplianceLine Hotline for Anonymous Reporting
The Compliance Concepts ComplianceLine is a risk-free way for you to anonymously and confidentially report activities that may involve unethical or inappropriate activity or behavior in violation of the University's established policies.
> Call Toll-Free: 1-888-419-1308
> IMPACT Solutions Website
> 24/7/365 phone support, answered LIVE by licensed masters level counseling professionals.
> Full service assistance offering web, phone, in office and onsite solutions for personal and work related challenges
and daily living needs.
> IMPACT on the Web | Member Login Username: UT
> Live Immediate Assistance Call: 1.800.227.6007
> ADA Reasonable Accommodation Request Form
> Direct Deposit - Instructions to update your Direct Deposit online in the myUT portal
> W4 - Instruction to update your W4 Federal Tax Exemption and Allowances online in the myUT portal
> Directory Update Request - This is done online in the myUT portal in the Employee Tab
> Parking - This is done online in the myUT portal in the Employee Tab
> I.D. Cards (Rocket Card) - Replacements are requested online in the myUT portal in the Employee Tab
> Discrimination or Harassment Complaint Form - Office of Institutional Diversity
> PIQ for Hourly Employees
> PIQ for Salaried Employees
> Compensation program design
> Position evaluations and audits
> Salary and equity reviews
> FLSA and legal compliance
Labor and Employee Relations
Labor & employee relations functions as a strategic partner who can orchestrate appropriate stakeholder involvement in order to execute change initiatives within the organization.
A copy of the AFSCME, CWA, UTPPA, and AAUP Contracts may be viewed by clicking the links below:
- American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Local 2415
- Communication Workers of America (CWA) Local 4319
- University of Toledo Police Patrolman's Association (UTPPA)
- UT - American Association of University Professors (AAUP) - Tenured and Tenure-Track
- UT - American Association of University Professors (AAUP) - Lecturers
Professional Staff Association
The PSA of The University of Toledo consists of roughly 1,200 classified-exempt and unclassified administrative and professional employees who do not belong to a bargaining unit, and all full- and part-time unclassified staff, excluding those with faculty rank. The Professional Staff Council (PSC) is the elected body that represents Professional Staff Association (PSA) to the administration on topics such as the past PSA compensation study, changes in health benefits, planning the Outstanding Staff Awards and other various issues. Please feel free to contact any of the PSC members directly to learn more.
PSA Voice Newsletter
The Payroll Department link will take you to the payroll website and provide you access to:
> Non-Resident Alien information
> Notices, Schedules and API
> Retirement Information
> Payroll Contact Information
The University of Toledo Policy Manual
This link provides you with access to the UT Policy Website.
Policies Commonly Referenced:
> Vacation Policy - Policy Number 3364-25-36
Leaving University Employment
If you will be leaving employment with The University of Toledo through voluntary separation including retirement, this area will help you manage the transition. The Leaving University Employment link will provide you with information and documents:
> Separation Documents
> Separation Process
> Exit Checklist
> Vacation and Sick Leave Payouts
> Medical, Dental and Vision Benefits
> Retirement Plan
> Paycheck Deductions