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  1. Fixed term contracts – briefing paper for the principal investigators and line managers

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/staff-employee-relations-redundancy/ftc-guidance-briefing-paper-for-the-pi.pdf

    High level overview of the procedure for line managers and PI's to follow when a fixed term contract expires.

  2. StAAR & University Consultancy Processes

    Password protected https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/staff-external-work/internal/staar-&-university-consultancy-process-note.pdf

    The purpose of this document is to map out the individual process steps for supporting a University academic to undertake third-party consultancy work in line with the revised University Consultancy Policy.

  3. Guidance note for conducting redundancy consultation meetings for the expiry of FTCs

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/staff-employee-relations-redundancy/conducting-redundancy-consultation-meetings-for-the-expiry-of-fixed-term-contracts.pdf

    Sets out the procedure for line managers or PI’s to follow when an FTC is due to expire.

  4. Cycle to work: Internal process

    Password protected https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/staff-health-and-well-being-physical-health/internal/cycle_to_work_internal_process.pdf

    This document outlines the step by step process for an employee wanting to buy a bike through the Cycle to Work Scheme (C2WS) using Green Commute Initiative (GCI)

  5. Caring fund

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/staff-annual-leave-and-other-absence-family-friendly-leave/caring-fund-procedure.pdf

    Offers information and guidance on how to apply for financial assistance to cover childcare or other caring expenses associated with attending pre-approved work-related events.

  6. Course booking policy and attendance etiquette (for events booked through PDMS)

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/staff-organisational-development-training-administration/pdms-course-booking-policy-and-attendance-etiquette.pdf

    To ensure appropriate process is followed during the booking/requesting of places on events, and to encourage appropriate behaviour when attending events.

  7. Workplace coaching policy

    Password protected https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/staff-organisational-development-mentoring-and-coaching/internal/capod-coaching-policy.pdf

    To inform University staff about the terms and process for participation in the institutional workplace coaching programme as a coachee and to set out both standards and process for participation as a coach.

  8. Alcohol, drug and substance misuse policy

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/staff-health-and-well-being-controlled-substances/alcohol-drug-and-substance-misuse-policy.pdf

    Provides information on the use of alcohol, drug and substance misuse in the University and/or representing the University.

  9. CAPOD course booking policy and attendance etiquette

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/staff-organisational-development-training-administration/capod-course-booking-policy-and-attendance-etiquette.pdf

    To ensure appropriate process is followed during the booking/requesting of places on CAPOD events, and to encourage appropriate behaviour when attending events.

  10. Pay rates and arrangements for hourly paid teaching staff (including PGR tutors)

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/staff-pay-and-benefits-pay-rates-arrangements/pay-rates-and-arrangements-for-hourly-paid-teaching-staff-including-pgr-tutors.pdf

    Information on employees who are paid hourly rates for teaching.

  11. Safeguarding of children, vulnerable adults and prevention of radicalisation

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/staff-employee-relations-protection-of-vulnerable-groups/safeguarding-of-children-vulnerable-adults-prevention-of-radicalisation-policy.pdf

    Provides information to employees regarding the University’s obligation to protect children and vulnerable adults who are at risk of harm, abuse, neglect, exploitation, discrimination or being drawn into radicalisation.