Senate Bill 113 report
|Title:||Senate Bill 113 report: identifying part-time faculty eligibility for health care benefits : a report to the Oregon Legislature.|
|Alternative Title:||SB 113 report: identifying part-time faculty eligibility for health care benefits : a report to the Oregon Legislature.|
Oregon Higher Education Coordinating Commission,, issuing body.
Oregon Legislative Assembly,, addressee.
|Type of Resource:||text|
1 online resource (27 pages)
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Title from PDF cover (viewed on December 16, 2015).
Includes letter of transmittal from Neil Bryant, Chair, Higher Education Coordinating Commission, dated November 30, 2015.
"Senate Bill 113 (2015) requires the Higher Education Coordinating Commission (HECC) to convene two work groups of stakeholders to: 1) determine the most appropriate method for public institutions of higher education to report employment data as described in Section 1 of SB 113, and 2) identify how each public university and community college calculates part-time faculty member hours to determine if a part-time faculty member is eligible for health care benefits as described in Section 5 of SB 113. The HECC is ... [also directed to] compile a third report, described in Section 3 of SB 113, that details the number of faculty and staff at each public university and community college from 2010-11 onwards using information from a national post-secondary data collection system"--Page 3.
Mode of access: Internet from the Oregon Government Publications Collection.
Text in English.
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