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Employee Handbook
Table of Contents
Welcome to the Connecticut College Community!
College Policies
Employment Information
Leave Benefits
Salary and Wage Policy
College Resources and Facilities
Leaving Connecticut College
Glossary of Terms
Hourly Administrative Addendum
Salaried Administrative Addendum
Campus Safety Addendum
Dining Services Addendum
Physical Plant Addendum
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 Timely Reporting of Crimes
 Federal regulation requires that employers receiving federal grants notify all employees that they are required to make a timely report of any crimes that they become aware of that are considered to be a threat to students and/or employees. The only exception to this requirement is pastoral or professional counselors, although they should encourage victims to report crimes on a confidential basis. Types of crimes that must be reported are criminal homicide, sex offenses, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, motor vehicle theft, arson, liquor law violations, drug law violations, illegal weapons possession, and any other crime involving bodily injury where there’s evidence that the victim was intentionally selected because of the victim’s actual or perceived race; gender; religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity or disability.