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12.5.1 Visas for and Employment of Foreign Nationals

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The University and its affiliates will comply with each country’s visa and employment law at all times. All affiliated employees must have the legal right to work and reside in the country where work is being performed.

12.3.11 Out-of-State Employees

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Does not apply to global employees.

12.3.10 Violence in the Workplace

12.3.9 Gifts and Awards for Global Employees

12.3.8 Global Employee Training

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Some countries mandate employee training requirements, or specific jobs may have training or certification standards. Supervisors are responsible for identifying those employees who perform work requiring specific training and taking actions to enable the delivery of necessary training.

12.3.7 Controlled Substances and Alcohol

12.3.5 Smoke-free Environment

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Refer to Stanford University's Administrative Guide Memo 2.2.6 to the extent required and applicable in the country of operation.

12.3.4 Sexual Misconduct and Sexual Assault

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Refer to Stanford's Administrative Guide Memos 1.7.1, 1.7.2 and 1.7.3, to the extent required and applicable in the country of operation.

12.3.3 Global Payroll

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Stanford or its affiliated entities will establish payroll procedures in each country that are in compliance with law and appropriate for University or affiliated staff. Country-by-country procedures will be maintained with University Payroll or the affiliated entity.

12.3.2 Global Definitions

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This policy applies to Stanford University employees at least 50% time with an appointment of at least 6 months, whose primary work location is outside of the US. The employee may be paid by a Stanford out-of-country organization or affiliate (in-country hire), or in rare cases may be paid in the U.S. (U.S. hire working abroad). Benefit eligibility may be determined by each country’s law.


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