Texas Woman's University Staff Handbook
The Staff Handbook describes important information about Texas Woman's University, and the entire Staff Handbook should be read within the first seven days of employment. Employees agree to abide by all the policies and procedures contained in the Staff Handbook. If an employee has any questions about content of the Staff Handbook, or about other issues regarding employment, the employee should consult with their supervisor or the Office of Human Resources.
All employees of Texas Woman’s University are at-will employees and serve at the pleasure of Texas Woman’s University.
This Staff Handbook has been prepared by the Office of Human Resources as a convenient and useful guide for staff employees of Texas Woman's University and should not be construed as a contract between the University and its employees. The contents of this Staff Handbook are subject to changes in existing and applicable state or federal laws and regulations without prior notice at the discretion of Texas Woman’s University.
In some instances the material in this Staff Handbook is a summary of a TWU policy. Should the summary differ from the full TWU Policy in the University Policy Manual, the TWU policy shall prevail.
The policies contained in this Staff Handbook do not in any manner constitute the terms of an employment agreement, express or implied, or create any property right for any employee.
All employees are responsible for knowing and following all policies contained in this Staff Handbook. In addition, managers and supervisors are responsible to the University for ensuring their employees adhere to the policies outlined in this Staff Handbook. Employees who violate any policy may be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal from employment at Texas Woman’s University.
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