Apr 24, 2024  
2023-2024 Employee Handbook 
    
2023-2024 Employee Handbook

16. Separation of Work


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16.1 Dismissal

16.2 Resignation 

16.3 Retirement

16.1 Dismissal

An employee may be dismissed at any time for illegal practices, moral turpitude, mental incompetence, or acts of disrespect to the Christian values of the university.

16.2 Resignation 

Employees must notify their Department Director or Supervisor of their resignation with a minimum of two weeks prior to termination of employment, or four weeks for employees in management or salaried employees.  They must also submit an electronic notice of resignation through the HUB.

The employee is required to work during the notice time.  PDO may not be used in lieu of notice of resignation, after notice of resignation is provided, or to extend employment beyond the separation date.  Please see AdventHealth Corporate Resignation Policy (CWHR 254) for details regarding resignation and PDO payout. 

The employee is required to have an exit interview with the Office of Human Resources prior to, or on their last day of employment.

16.3 Retirement

AHU employees are covered under the Adventist Healthcare Retirement Plan (AHRP) (See detailed plan on AHRP.com). Employees who have had denominational employment prior to the 1992-1993 academic year retain certain rights in the Seventh-day Adventist Retirement Plan and should confer with the Benefits Manager of AdventHealth’s Human Resources Department regarding those rights.