Human Resources & Employee Development
Over the years Valdosta State University had implemented many new programs to improve the quality of life of our workforce.
The benefits of employment at the university range from a variety of health care plans and retirement packages to generous paid time off. Time is also set aside for personal growth and professional development. Click on the links below to explore the possibilities of enriching your work experience at Valdosta State University
- Classification and Compensation
- Employee and Organizational Development
- Employee Relations
- Employment Administration
- Employee Success Center
- Student Employment
- Employee Handbook for Classified Staff (PDF) This handbook is in the process of being updated due to changes as the result of the ADP implementation. Please refer to the VSU Human Resources Administrative Practices Manual for current information on policies and procedures.
- Faculty Handbook
- Academic Affairs
- American with Disabilities Act (ADA)
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia
- Compliance Month
- Drug Free Workplace
- Employee Discounts
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)
- Leave Form
- Leave Information/On-Line E-Time
- Military Leave
- New Employee Letter: Required Training Courses
- Safety Violations: Corrective Action
- Shared Sick Leave
- Tuition Assistance Program (TAP)
- USG BOR Personnel Policies Section 800
- Violence in the Workplace Information
- VSU Human Resources Administrative Practices Manual
- Workers Compensation
The University Community voted on the following holiday calendars in a survey that was implemented by COSA. Standard Business practice holds that when a Holiday falls on a Saturday you receive the Friday before as the holiday. When a holiday falls on a Sunday you receive the Monday after as the holiday. Employees are granted 12 holidays. Please see VSU Section 802.01 for additional information on Holidays.
Also note that BOR rule 8.2.7 states:
Vacation/annual leave shall be taken at times mutually acceptable to the employee and his/her supervisor; provided, however, that a University System institution may, on not more than five days, require the use of vacation/annual leave during periods in which all or substantially all of the institution’s facilities are closed because classes are not offered.
Therefore, the total number of mandatory days may not exceed five days.
- Holiday Schedule 2010 (Updated 3/09/10)
- Holiday Schedule 2011 (Updated 3/09/10))
- Holiday Schedule 2012 (Updated 3/09/10)
- Holiday Schedule 2013
- Holiday Schedule 2014
- Holiday Schedule 2015