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HR Summit 2013-2014 INDIANA UNIVERSITY 1 Conflicts of Commitment and Conflicts of Interest (Staff and Temporary Employees) September 25, 2013 University.

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2 HR Summit INDIANA UNIVERSITY 1 Conflicts of Commitment and Conflicts of Interest (Staff and Temporary Employees) September 25, 2013 University Human Resources

3 HR Summit INDIANA UNIVERSITY 2 A distinguishable difference Conflicts of Commitment --- not allowed Conflicts of Interest --- to be managed Examples of each

4 HR Summit INDIANA UNIVERSITY 3 Conflicts of Commitment To prevent misuse of IU resources Expected that employees devote IU work activities to IU functions Expect that the use of IU resources to be used in the best interest of IU

5 HR Summit INDIANA UNIVERSITY 4 Conflicts of Commitment – not allowed External “activities” PersonalOrganization CompanyAgency Other entity not affiliated with IU

6 HR Summit INDIANA UNIVERSITY 5 Conflicts of Commitment – not allowed IU Resources - examples PersonnelEquipment SuppliesRooms/space VehicleLetterhead LogoSurplus material

7 6 Conflicts of Commitment Employee  Devote University work activities to official functions of the University  Conduct non-university work outside of designated work periods or conduct during periods of leave  Use University resources only in the interest of the University Supervisor  Ensure employees are informed on the policy  Ensure there is appropriate oversight  Monitor for compliance HR Summit INDIANA UNIVERSITY

8 HR Summit INDIANA UNIVERSITY 7 Conflicts of Interest Outside interest to be managed To prevent external activities from adversely impacting IU To protect employees from undue suspicion (Also Indiana Code )

9 HR Summit INDIANA UNIVERSITY 8 Conflicts of Interest Occurs when an employee or immediate family member receives financial benefit from employee’s IU position Or the appearance is a detriment to IU’s integrity Should be avoided or otherwise disclosed and managed by supervisor

10 9 Conflicts of Interest  Illustration of outside business entities ProgrammingConsulting CateringCounseling LandscapingLegal Painting, plumbing, etc.CPA Computer repairMarketing Web developmentReal estate Goods and equipment HR Summit INDIANA UNIVERSITY

11 10 HR Summit Conflicts of Interest Employees  Immediately disclose to the unit head any real or potential conflict of interest  Avoid any involvement with related university activity or decision  Consult with supervisor for directions Supervisor and managers  Ensure employees are informed of policy  Manage any possible conflicts in the best interests of the University; take affirmative steps to monitor  Consult with higher level of management if question about an external activity and how to properly manage INDIANA UNIVERSITY

12 HR Summit INDIANA UNIVERSITY 11 A distinguishable difference Conflicts of Commitment --- not allowed Conflicts of Interest --- to be managed Examples of each


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