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- New Employee Toolkit
- I-9 Form
- W2 Instructions
- Form 1095 Instructions
- Affirmative Action Identification Temporary or Student Employees
- Selective Service Statement Temporary or Student Employees
- Classified Employee Time Entry Instructions
- Non-Classified and Faculty Employee Time Entry Instructions
- Student/Temporary Employee Time Entry Instructions
- Time Entry Approver Instructions
ADA & Disabilities Resource Center (DRC)
Any student, faculty, or staff member who has a qualified permanent or temporary disability is eligible for services through the DRC. Disability Services acts to increase access to all programs and services sponsored or funded by Idaho State University. Go to ADA & Disability Resource Center for more details.
The Office of Equity and Inclusion is located at Rendezvous, Room 157. ISU is committed to a safe and respectful learning and working environment. For more information, go to Affirmative Action.
International Programs Office
ISU academic departments are involved in the invitation of each visiting scholar or professor. Scholars and departments identify a mutual interest in collaboration in a research or teaching area. The IPO advises departments and scholars on immigration regulations and provides information and guidance on a wide range of issues about the visiting international status and permanent residence at ISU. Go to International Programs Office for more details.
Contract and Payroll Dates
Payroll at Idaho State University is on a bi-weekly pay schedule with payments made to employees every other Friday. Go to Contract & Payroll Dates under Payroll and Benefits for payroll dates and other important information. ISU approved holidays: Holiday Schedule 2019 and Holiday Schedule 2020.
ISU Classified Pay Grades
Idaho State University’s Classified Employee Salary Structure consists of eleven pay grades with minimum, policy and maximum rates. Printable Compensation Schedule for Classified Employees
Paid and Unpaid Time Off
Classified staff, non-classified staff and faculty of Idaho State University as identified in ISUPP No 3050, Categories of Employees, may be eligible for a variety of leaves of absence from the workplace, with or without compensation. For a full list, see the Leave of Absence Policy for Faculty and Staff ISUPP 3070 on the ISU Policies and Procedures Human Resources website.
The Office of General Counsel (OGC) is intended to provide information to the University community about our office, legal issues, and topics of interest. Visit the General Counsel website.
Risk Management administers the University's property and liability insurance programs designed to provide a safe environment for the campus community, as well as protect and preserve the University's assets from adverse effects of physical and financial loss. For complete list of services provided, see Risk Management.
ISU Policies and Procedures
The ISU Policies and Procedures (ISUPP) web site is the official repository for all University-wide policies and procedures. The responsible executives, which include the President, Provost, Vice Presidents, and designated offices from the major functional areas listed, are responsible for initiating and maintaining their own policies in the ISUPP with current updates and required annual reviews. See ISU Policies and Procedures for more details.
ISU Ombuds Program
- An informal, neutral, confidential, and independent resource for ISU faculty and staff
- Access to vast experience and knowledge of problem solving, communication, and ISU Policies and Procedures
- Alternative mode of dispute resolution outside of formal grievance procedures or litigation
Effectvie January 1, 2020, the rules for exemption to the overtime pay provisions will change. Please see our FLSA web page for more details.
Fiscal Year 2020 Change in Employee Compensation
It is the policy of ISU that employees will be compensated in a fair and equitable manner in accordance with State of Idaho (State) compensation plans, policy, and related legislation. Employees are entitled to be compensated fairly based on market and internal factors including the availability of funds. Each year, the legislature votes to determine any employee compensation adjustments. This is referred to as the Change in Employee Compensation, or CEC. Click here for an explanation of the Fiscal Year 2020 Change in Employee Compensation