Module Overview

You are an important member of a world-class university that values all people, the free expression of ideas, diversity and acting with integrity. It is up to all of us to treat others with dignity and respect to create an environment that is free from discrimination and harassment. 

This module will introduce you to some of the policies and procedures that reinforce these values, including the Equal Access, Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, Anti-Harassment, and Title IX Harassment Policies. It will also cover how to file a complaint when you experience or witness a violation of these policies.

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(Note: This is only for review purposes. You must complete the module in SuccessFactors learning in order to receive credit for completion.)

 

Purdue is committed to ensuring all members of the University community are treated with respect and dignity to create an environment free from disability-related discrimination and harassment.

This module will introduce you to the basics of the Americans with Disabilities Act. You will explore how to better interact with individuals with disabilities in the context of employment and learn about University resources for employees who may have a disability and need reasonable accommodations. 

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(Note: This is only for review purposes. You must complete the module in SuccessFactors learning in order to receive credit for completion.)

There are thousands of employees with a variety of roles and responsibilities across Purdue. With so many different roles and responsibilities, it's important that everyone has a basic understanding of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) so that Purdue can maintain compliance and avoid costly fines. 

This module will cover topics such as the difference between exempt and non-exempt employees, Purdue’s overtime policy, and Purdue's miscellaneous pay practices. 

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(Note: This is only for review purposes. You must complete the module in SuccessFactors learning in order to receive credit for completion.)

By the end of this module, you will be able to describe the general provisions of Purdue’s policy on the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). This includes the ability to define who is eligible for FMLA, state examples of FMLA defined serious health conditions, and understand the medical certification requirements.

In addition, you will be able to explain the general provisions of Purdue’s policy on Paid Parental Leave, hereafter referred to as PPL; this includes the ability to define who is eligible for PPL.

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(Note: This is only for review purposes. You must complete the module in SuccessFactors learning in order to receive credit for completion.)

Certification

The modules can be found in SuccessFactors Learning. They are automatically assigned to all new employees at Purdue, but all employees can access them at any time by following the directions below:

  1. Visit https://one.purdue.edu
  2. Select 'Employee Launchpad.'
  3. Once in the 'Employee Launchpad,' select the 'Learning' tile. 
  4. If the course is not assigned to you, search for it in the search box.   

Contact Information

Ernest C. Young Hall, 10th Floor
155 S. Grant Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2114
Phone: 765-494-5830
Fax: 765-496-1295
Email: vpec@purdue.edu

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