Each employee is expected to become familiar with the performance criteria for his or her particular job and with all rules, procedures, and standards of conduct established by the Board of Regents, the University of Texas at El Paso, and the employee’s department or unit. An employee who does not fulfill the responsibilities set out by such performance criteria, rules, procedures, and standards of conduct may be subject to adverse personnel action.
Criteria for Classified employees are established by the UT System’s Board of Regents. Discipline/dismissal procedures must be followed according to the Handbook of Operating Procedures. Discipline/dismissal procedures for Administrative and Professional (A&P) employees are “at the pleasure of the president”. The termination process is established by Texas law.
Disciplinary progression for Classified employees is as follows:
- Intent to Suspend
- Intent to Terminate
Disciplinary progression for Administrative and Professional employees is as follows:
- Documentation regarding corrective measures towards disciplinary actions.
For either process, please contact Human Resources – Employee Relations to obtain assistance regarding A&P and Classified discipline templates and guidance.