Members present: Paul Cedarface, Chris Noordsy, Pearl Cottier, Edwin Fire Thunder, Cliff De Long, Milton Fineran, Christina Janis, Gloria Eastman, Tiffany Lamont, Dieg Sandoval, Julie Goings, Michelle Bruns.
Chairman Paul Cedarface called the meeting to order at 11:00 AM. Dieg Sandoval gave the opening prayer.
Michelle Bruns moved and Dieg Sandoval seconded that the minutes be approved as submitted. Motion approved unanimously.
Chairman Christina Janis stated no report. Vice-President Chris Noordsy iterated the past practices regarding AFLAC.
Chairman Milton Fineran stated that the subcommittee had reviewed policies 60-700, 61, 68-100, 68-500, 68-600, 69-100, 69-200, 69-300, 69-350 and found no need for revision in these policies from the policy manual. Sylvia Hollow Horn is serving on Piya Wiconi Okolikiciye and will return to the Institutional Development committee after she has served her term. Chairman CedarFace and Personnel Director Chris Janis gave further direction to the subcommittee as to reviewing sections 60-69 for actual conflicts in the personnel policy.
Chairman Fineran brought forth a proposed change to Policy 64-700 COMPENSATORY TIME.
Compensatory time (policy)
A. Compensatory time must be based on hours worked per work week (from Saturday to Friday) and work performed in addition to regular required hours or duty as requested and approved in advance by your supervisor. The employee or staff must agree in writing to the work to be performed in addition to regular hours as, “straight time” or hour for hour, as opposed to being compensated.
B. Compensatory time will be recorded on a separate record on a weekly basis.
C. Compensatory time must be used within 30 days of being accrued.
D. Compensatory time may be taken when it is not detrimental to the program, department or division.
E. Compensatory time does not apply to travel time that is covered by per diem or mileage.
F. Compensatory time does not apply to the President, Vice-Presidents, Directors or Faculty.
Cliff De Long moved that this modified policy be submitted to Piya Wiconi Okolokiciye as replacing current policy with the appropriate routing sheet. Michelle Bruns seconded the motion. Discussion ensued. For – 6. Against – 2. Abstain - 1. Motion Passed.
Cliff De Long reported that he and the Vice President for Business had done an analysis of Technology Fee Revenues and Expenditures and found that the institution possesses sufficient reserve for catastrophe and that he felt that there was no need for an increase in the Technology Fee at this time.
Julie Goings reported for the ad-hoc committee on the need for an ethics committee. Julie Goings gave a powerpoint presentation regarding the responses to the survey. Cliff De Long moved that a vote of thanks be given to the ad-hoc sub-committee and that they be discharged. Dieg Sandoval seconded. Motion passed unanimously.
Michell Bruns moved for adjournment and Edwin Fire Thunder seconded. Motion passed unanimously.