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1.1.2 Non-Retaliation Policy

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Stanford University is committed to providing a place of work where individuals can raise workplace concerns regarding possible violations of University policy or local, state, or federal law without fear of retaliation. Individuals who take retaliatory actions will be subject to corrective action, up to and including separation from the University.

2.1.21 Remote Work Arrangements

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Stanford University (Stanford) is committed to providing staff flexible work options in line with the operational needs of the university and their department. In appropriate circumstances, Stanford may hire or transition existing staff to work in Remote roles in which the individual’s primary workspace is at a location other than a Stanford location. This guide memo sets forth policies and procedures to facilitate Remote work arrangements for eligible employees in appropriate circumstances.

2.2.5 Requesting a Lactation Accommodation

1.8.1 Protection of Minors

12.3.10 Violence in the Workplace

2.1.20 Hybrid (Telecommuting) Work Arrangements

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Stanford University is committed to providing staff flexible work options in line with the operational needs of the university and their department. Flexible work encompasses a broad spectrum of approaches, including Hybrid work arrangements where staff may work from home, although their primary work location continues to be at Stanford. This guide memo sets forth policies and procedures to facilitate Hybrid work arrangements for eligible employees in appropriate circumstances.

2.1.5 Compensation of Staff Employees

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This Guide Memo outlines Stanford University's compensation policies.

2.2.4 Violence in the Workplace

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This policy provides guidelines for responding to violence or threats of violence in the workplace, including all University locations.

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.

2.1.17 Layoffs

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This Guide Memo outlines Stanford University's policies and procedures for carrying out the temporary, seasonal or permanent layoff of employees.

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