At-Will Employment Status
All employees of the University, regardless of classification, are considered at-will employees unless otherwise specified in a signed written employment agreement with the employee. At- will employees are free to terminate their employment at any time, with or without a reason or notice. The University also has the right to terminate the employment of at-will employees at any time, with or without a reason or notice. Cause is not required for an at-will employee's termination. The University also reserves the right to change an at-will employee's compensation, position, duties, hours of work and any other term or condition of employment without notice, reason or cause. No one at CHSU is authorized to enter into an employment contract, or make representations which are contrary to this policy, unless such representations are made in writing and are signed by the employee and CHSU. Only the CHSU Board President for the Board of Trustees, CHSU President, CHSU Provost or a Dean of a component college is authorized to sign an employment contract. For those employees who are employed pursuant to an employment contract with the University, in the event of a conflict between University policy and the terms of the employment contract, the terms of the contract will govern their employment.