|Title||Overload for Exempt, Non-Faculty Employees||Number||327|
|Section||Human Resources||Approval Date||Mar 14,1994|
|Subsection||Conditions of Employment||Effective Date||Mar 14,1994|
Full-time appointments require a full commitment of working time and effort. Full-time, exempt, non-faculty employees are expected to complete their primary assignments regardless of the time required. This is to be done without overload compensation, except in rare circumstances, such as an emergency situation or where the specific expertise of the employee is required. However, full-time, exempt, non-faculty employees may render overload service for the institution, within the reasonable discretion of the supervisor, provided that these services will not interfere or conflict with their primary assignments.
Utah Valley University recognizes that exempt, non-faculty staff make broad and significant contributions through application of professional skills and services to the institution, state, national, and international communities. Professional services provided to these communities by exempt, non-faculty staff beyond their role assignments at the institution contribute, not only to the needs of others, but also increase the competence of the exempt person in recognition to the institution. However, exempt, non-faculty staff members of Utah Valley University must be cognizant of their responsibilities and obligations as employees of the institution. Exempt personnel have primary employment and professional responsibilities to the institution. Contractual services provided to entities outside the institution requiring release time from the institution are a privilege extended by the institution for the professional development of the individual and are granted at the discretion of the institution with approval of the supervisors, the respective Vice President, and of the Personnel Director.