Bethune-Cookman University Policy on hiring of non-residents
Bethune-Cookman University appreciates and values the service of its non-resident employees and is proud to employ non-resident employees from all over the world. The university is willing to participate in the H1B visa process and the H1B visa renewal process for the selected non-resident individuals for which the university chooses to hire as employees. However, it is the university's general rule that it does not participate or sponsor any employee for the green card or labor certification process. Please refer any and all inquiries as to your particular options for permanent residence to your individually selected immigration counsel.
Note: For University implementation of this Board policy, this rule must be followed:
No non-resident will be employed by the University in any capacity without first having written approval of all of the following: President, CFO, and HR.
Approved by the Board of Trustees - April 20, 2012
The Bethune-Cookman University Board of Trustees goes on official record this 20th day of October, 2011 to say that it has vehemently discussed the problem of Sexual Harassment at the University and adamantly stands behind President Reed in the position that there will be Zero Tolerance against Sexual Harassment being committed by any and all employees of the University. The Board further requires that mandatory Sexual Harassment training immediately take place for all Bethune-Cookman University employees.
Implementation of Action:
The University's Director of Human Resources Management, Mrs. Cynthia Hawkins, will alert all University employees to the schedule of mandatory Sexual Harassment training sessions and maintain the official record of all individuals who complete the required training.