Employee Relations goal is to promote positive communications between employees, supervisors and managers; address root cause of workplace distractions and advise the campus on employee relations matters, administrative processes and policies.
We are dedicated to serving the University community by providing fair and equitable services consistent with University policies & procedures and State & Federal laws and regulations. We commit that our actions maintain the Shared Values and Standards of Conduct of the University.
For questions about an Employee Relations issue, contact:
Main Human Resource Services Number: 208-426-1616
ADA Accommodation Process
Designed to help the employee with disabilities remain in his or her current position, with or without accommodation.
University employees must perform their work in compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and policies.
Decision not to renew a contract of employment.
Disciplinary Actions & Due Process
Administering disciplinary action and provide due process for disciplinary actions which include: dismissal for cause, suspensions without pay, and demotions.
Employee Assistance Program
Short-term, confidential counseling as part of our benefit package for benefit eligible employees.
End of Employment
Timely information relative to the University’s voluntary end of employment process.
Family Medical Leave
Provides certain employees with up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job protected leave a year and requires group health benefits to be maintained during the leave.
Frequently Asked Questions
Service for workplace disputes through a cooperative program and partnership with Boise State’s Conflict Management Program and Human Resource Services.
Boise State University’s Performance Management Program is a mechanism for creating and maintaining ongoing communication between the supervisor and the employees. The system focuses on helping the employee achieve their best workplace performance. It is an expectation that employee performance will align with the University’s Shared Values and Standards of Conduct.
- Performance Management Training
- Performance Evaluation Form – Employee
- Performance Evaluation Form – Supervisor/Manager
- Performance Evaluation Policy
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
The Problem-Solving Process is a mechanism to deal with non-disciplinary matters (job related issues other than those defined as disciplinary or those alleging illegal discrimination or harassment). This process requires an employee to meet with his or her immediate supervisor to resolve the matter; file for problem solving if the matter is not resolved; meet with upper-level management; and receive a final decision from the Provost, applicable Vice President, or the President.
Boise State University’s administration encourages professional employees to utilize approved procedures for resolution to problems, issues or concerns.