The Labor Relations office also oversees pre-disciplinary hearings for classified, unrepresented university employees. The goal of the office is to create and sustain a collaborative work environment for collective bargaining members, unrepresented classified employees and the professional leadership.The major areas of responsibility for the Labor Relations office include:
- Serve as a resource to employees, supervisors and department heads regarding labor relations policies and issues;
- Administer and interpret the AFSCME collective bargaining agreement, university policies, and relevant sections of the Ohio Revised Code and Ohio Administrative Code;
- Plan and direct recruitment activities and employment services for represented classified staff;
- Provide grievance and arbitration procedure administration for all classified employees;
- Administer predisciplinary processes for all classified employees;
- Assess and develop training programs for represented staff and supervisors/managers of represented staff; and
- Represent the university in AFSCME collective bargaining negotiations.
Transitional Work Program
- Defined as additional pay for working a shift other than a day shift.
- Shift differential only applies to employees who are members of a recognized collective bargaining unit, and is governed by the provisions of formal agreements between the recognized bargaining agent and the university.