Purdue University Calumet is inclusive and values the diverse talents, abilities and backgrounds of its employees. Employee Relations supports this by offering consulting services in interpreting and administrating human resource policies and procedures. Additionally, Employee Relations assists in resolving concerns between supervisors and employees.
Faculty & Staff Handbook
The Faculty & Staff Handbook is a guide to University policies, procedures, and staff duties and responsibilities.
To view Purdue University system-wide policies visit the University Policy Office Web site.
Employee Assistance Program
New Avenues Employee Assistance Program (EAP) offers confidential counseling services to all Benefit Eligible employees, and their immediate family members.Purdue University Calumet has pre-paid for three (3) face to face visits per contract year, at no cost to the employee. Starting the process is easy, contact New Avenues at #800-731-6501. New Avenues also offers online services as well, visit the Work-Life Resource Center at www.NewAvenuesOnline.com. Password: EAP.
Performance Evaluations for Staff
Access the Staff Performance Evaluation website for information related to the performance evaluation process at Purdue Calumet.
If you are an individual who is employed at Purdue Calumet and are requesting reasonable accommodations(s) under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, you are encourage to arrange a time to meet with Michelle Clauss, Associate Director, (219) 989-2893 in Human Resources. At this meeting, she will ask that you bring with you:
- The completed Reasonable Accommodation Request Form
- Medical documentation that is pertinent to your condition and request for reasonable accommodation as indicated in the Health Care Evaluation Form
Access Purdue Publication (PDF) – This publication is a disability resource guide for faculty and staff. It provides information on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 in relation to workplace reasonable accommodations.