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Employee Resources

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ADA
Central Lakes College values diversity in our college community and is committed to ensuring equal access and opportunity to all employees. Inquiries regarding policies and guidelines for accommodations to employees with disabilities may be directed to the ADA Coordinator, Nancy Paulson – office C 211 Brainerd, 218-855-8054 or 800-933-0346, ext. 8054, or email at npaulson@clcmn.edu  Hard of Hearing and Deaf users may call Minnesota Relay 7-1-1 or 1-800-627-3529.

Reasonable Accomodations Policy (pdf)

Reasonable Accomodations Procedures (pdf)

Employee Request for Reasonable Accommodation (pdf)

Benefits & Insurance
Medical & Dental Benefits (pdf) 

Disability Benefits

121 Benefits    

LifeMatters Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

FMLA (Family Medical Leave Act)

Marketplace Coverage Options and Your Health Coverage (pdf)

APPENDIX A: Health Coverage from Jobs (pdf)

Minnesota State Compensation and Benefits

Retirement Resources for Employees

SEGIP Report Newsletter

State of Minnesota Employee Self Service

Compensation & Payroll
Compensation & Payroll

Employee Self Service

Payroll & Holiday Calendar

Employee Home
Using this system, employees will submit their time and leave requests electronically.   Supervisors will review and approve or deny their time reporting electronically as well.

(The new “State Employee Home” portal recommends Firefox 25.0 or greater, Chrome, Safari, or Internet Explorer 9 or greater. If your default browser is Internet Explorer most functionality will not work. Please use one of the other browsers.)

E-Timesheet Log-In / Time and Leave Reporting / Tuition Waiver / FWM Faculty Workload Management / Supervisor Tools

Complaint Policy and Procedures

Discrimination & Harassment
1B.1 Process (pdf)

Complaint Policy and Procedures

Complaint Form (pdf)

New Employee Orientation
HR Orientation Video

Star Alert Emergency Notification
Star Alert

The StarID
StarID is a username and password that will be used across the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities to access information technology systems and services. As systems are configured to use StarID, the number of usernames and passwords students and employees will need to remember and use will be reduced. Ideally, all systems will be able to use StarID so people will have a single username and password.

StarID – Your Gateway to Enterprise Services

 
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