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ACES Policy Manual

Understanding the policies and procedures of an organization is important to your job, regardless of your institutional affiliation. The manual is designed to be used as the first reference for questions concerning human resources policies as well as basic policies covering communications, technology, finance, extramural funding, and marketing.

Please review the entire manual, including the sections below:

  • Types of Leave (p. 50)
  • Alcohol and Drugs (p. 39 of our policy manual.)
  • Civil Rights: ACES is committed to ensuring that its programs are available to all people and that there are equal opportunities of employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, religion, disability, sexual orientation or national origin. Every employee is expected to exhibit a strong commitment to and compliance with civil rights legislation. Read the full discussion in the ACES Policy Manual (p. 70). You also have access through the Intranet to two PowerPoint sets and guides for creating and reporting county affirmative action plans.
  • Financial Policies (see p. 52) and
  • Information Technology (p. 79)

In addition, please review the following related policies