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12.2.22 International Employees

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This Guide Memo presents policy for hiring, assigning international employees, and establishing international telecommuting arrangements.

2.4.4 Property and Liability Insurance

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This Guide Memo describes the University's property and liability insurance coverage.

For information on other insurance coverage, see:

  • Business travel accident insurance: Guide Memo 2.3.1: Survivor Benefit Plans.
  • University, government, and personal vehicle collision insurance: Guide Memo 8.4.2: Vehicle Use.
  • Rental vehicle collision insurance: Guide Memo 5.4.2: Travel Expenses.

2.3.5 Disability and Family Leaves

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This Guide Memo describes medical and other disability-type leaves, and the coordination of these types of leave with University benefit plans.

2.3.2 Health Plans

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The University provides Health Plans for eligible employees. This Guide Memo provides details on eligibility and links to further information.

2.3.1 Survivor Benefit Plans

2.3.3 Tuition Privileges

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This Guide Memo describes a tuition grant program for children of faculty and staff and auditing privileges for Stanford University courses.

2.3.4 University Housing Programs

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This Guide Memo provides information on University housing programs available to eligible faculty (and certain executive staff positions as designated by the Provost's Office).

2.1.8 Miscellaneous Authorized Absences

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This policy summarizes the leaves of absence, paid and unpaid, approved by the university.

2.2.1 Definitions

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"General Personnel Policies" has been re-named to "Equal Employment Opportunity, Non-Discrimination, and Affirmative Action Policy" is now located at 1.7.4.

This Guide Memo defines various types of academic and non-academic employees, and other groups who have a specified relationship with the University.

2.1.12 Staff Development Programs

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The Staff Development Program (SDP) supports employee development by providing partial or full reimbursement of the cost of courses, seminars and workshops that enable employees to improve performance in current jobs, prepare for career development, or meet requirements of degree programs related to current performance or planned career development. The SDP consists of two parts: Staff Training Assistance Program (STAP) for job related or career enhancing courses and seminars and Staff Tuition Reimbursement Program (STRP) providing partial to full tuition payment for individuals enrolled in a degree program. See Educational Assistance Programs for additional information.

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