Caption: Board of Trustees Minutes - 1992
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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
(g) Full-time employees shall not receive compensation for services in excess of a normal schedule within the University except for a reasonable amount of instruction in continuing education courses or grading of special examinations (outside regular course work), all to be done on ofF-duty hours. Exceptions may be made to this rule only with advance approval of the Chancellor. These exceptions should be held to a minimum. (h) All staff members rendering services on a twelve months' basis with allowable vacation shall be compensated in twelve equal monthly installments. (i) Staff members, with the exception of assistants, rendering services during the academic year shall be compensated in twelve monthly installments or on a pro rata basis for shorter periods. Assistants shall be compensated in monthly installments during the period over which services are rendered. (j) In case of termination of service of members of the academic and administrative staff, the following rules shall govern the determination of salaries: (1) Services required for twelve months, with allowable vacation: a) After the first month of service, a pro rata share of earned vacation shall be paid. b) A pro rata reduction in final salary payment shall be made for any vacation taken but not earned. (2) Services required for the academic year: Total payments shall equal a percentage of the annual salary determined by the services rendered in relation to the academic year established for the campus. (k) All employees of the University, unless excepted by the President, are required to present medical evidence of their capability to safely perform the duties necessarily associated with the position that is being sought. The form in which this evidence is to be presented will be prescribed by the Director of the Health Service at each campus. Employees securing a rating of "Unemployable" may not be employed, except on approval of the President. As deemed necessary by the Directors of the Health Services, new employees are required to be immunized against communicable diseases. Employees of the University whose duties require them to handle food products shall be subject to periodic medical examinations given under the supervision of the Directors of the Health Services and no individual shall be employed in duties of this nature who shows evidence of any communicable disease. (1) Failure on the part of an employee to take any required physical examination? or to present evidence of freedom from tuberculosis or immunity to smallpox, after being notified to do so? shall serve to make the University employment contract inoperative and salary payments shall cease. SECTION 4. RETIREMENT, DEATH, SURVIVOR, A N D DISABILITY AND (SICK LEAVE) BENEFITS University policy provides for the sick leave with the payment of salary in case of illness or other disability for specified periods as described below. In addition to the benefits provided by the University, a system of retirement, death, survivor, and disability benefits is established by law creating the State Universities Retirement System of Illinois, a state agency separate and distinct from the University of Illinois. (a) Retirement Age. Each appointee of the University serving under a contract of indefinite (unlimited) tenure must retire no later than the day before the beginning of the next academic year immediately following the appointee's 70th birthday; however, in exceptional cases and for substantial cause, retirement may be deferred upon written request of the employee, approved by the Chancellor, when appropriate, and the President, for a period not to exceed 1 year at any one time. (b) Participation in State Universities Retirement System. With certain exceptions, University employees are required to participate in the State Universities Retirement System. (c) Disability (Sick Leave) Benefits. The University of Illinois provides disability sick leave benefits as follows: