Student employees must report to work at the time agreed upon with their supervisor. If you are going to be late, call your supervisor or someone else in the department as soon as possible to notify them of when you will arrive. Lateness and absences may result in the initiation of the three-step termination process.
If you are unable to attend work on any given day, give your supervisor as much notice as possible. It may be helpful to program your supervisor's phone number into your cell phone. In many cases, your supervisor will have to find a replacement for you.
If your class schedule changes after your work hours are scheduled, or if you have exams, you should notify your supervisor as soon as possible so that your work hours can be rescheduled. Student employees and supervisors should understand the student employee's first priority at NYIT is as a student.
To see a full list of Employee Expectations, please read the Student Employee Handbook, pages 19-21.
You are responsible for your actions when you are at work and should:
- Treat everyone with an efficient, pleasant, and service-oriented attitude
- Immediately bring to the supervisor's attention any problems or concerns you may have pertaining to the job (i.e., conflicts with academic work requirements or exams)
- Perform the duties and job responsibilities as assigned to the best of your ability and in a timely manner
- Dress appropriately for the job as specified by your employer
- Maintain a clean and orderly workstation
- Refrain from offensive or undesirable behavior or language
- Any student who does not meet departmental work expectations may be terminated by the supervisor in accordance with the three-step termination process.
Student employees are expected to abide by all general NYIT community standards and the Student Code of Conduct, as indicated in the Student Handbook, and refrain from:
- Engaging in disruptive conduct that interferes with the orderly processes or functions of NYIT or other organizations
- Theft or misuse of university property or of another employee's property
- Gambling on college property
- Sabotaging physical or computerized records
- Falsifying any college record or report, including employment documents
- Using records for one's own personal or professional gain or that of another
- Falsifying one's own time sheet or that of another
- Harassing or injuring another person or group
- Committing violations of NYIT policies, rules or regulations or engaging in behaviors that interfere with the orderly functions of an office or organization. These acts are subject to immediate termination and disciplinary action through the Office of the Dean of Campus Life.
- Removing or releasing confidential or secure documents, files, or records
- Distributing, possessing, or using controlled substances, including alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs, or narcotics on college property or while performing one's job
- Reporting to work while under the influence of controlled substances, including alcohol, illegal drugs, or narcotics
Students are prohibited from possessing, distributing, or sharing information obtained through work as a student employee, regardless of purpose or use, or using departmental information or services for the benefit or oneself or others. Confidentiality violations are grounds for immediate termination of employment and disciplinary action through the Office of the Dean of Campus Life. Supervisors should have their student employee sign the Confidentiality Contract Agreement and forward a copy to Student Employment.