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Separations Resource Page

Supervisors, Managers, and Staff and Temporary Employees


When an employee separates (voluntarily/involuntarily) from the university, this triggers a sequence of events such as required use of time off, terminal pay benefits, continuation of health care, and the end of participation in benefit plans.

Employee's responsibility

Supervisor's responsibility

To fully manage these events, refer to the policies listed in the "Separation" section of the policy manual for the employee group listed below, and enter the correct term code in the HRMS documentation.


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Page updated: July 2016
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