Property Pass When it is necessary to carry any package from the work site

Property pass when it is necessary to carry any

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Property Pass When it is necessary to carry any package from the work site, employees must obtain an Employee Property Pass from their supervisor. All packages carried from JHH/JHHSC loca- tions, including personal luggage, are subject to inspection when the property pass is presented to the Security Officer at the exit. On the Job Employee Handbook 15
Separation Separation refers to the ending of the employ- ment relationship. Employees who wish to resign from their position in good standing are expected to give written notice of at least two (2) sched- uled working weeks, four (4) scheduled working weeks in advance for RNs and LPNs. This will ensure that the employee will receive all bene- fits to which she or he is entitled and give the department an opportunity to hire a replacement. Failure to give notice could result in the employ- ee’s ineligibility for PTO payout and rehire. An employee who separates will receive their final pay on the next regular scheduled payday following separation. When an employee sepa- rates for any reason, all JHH/JHHSC property, including identification badges, locker keys and uniforms, must be returned to their supervisor. There are several types of separation: n Resignation with Notice —–An employee notifies their supervisor of resignation at least two (2) working weeks before leaving. Registered nurses notify their supervisor four (4) scheduled working weeks before leaving. n Resignation without Notice —An employee does not give management proper notice or missed three consecutive scheduled workdays without proper notice to management. n Discharge —Employee is terminated for failing to comply with JHH/JHHSC policies and procedures n Retirement —An employee retires. Eligibility for Rehire An employee who resigned in good standing and gave notice in accordance with JHH/JHHSC policy will be eligible for rehire. Solicitation and Distribution To avoid disruption of patient care, distribution and solicitation are not allowed during working time or in patient care areas. Distribution means passing out, delivering, or posting any material or item electronically or by any other means. Solicitation may include, but is not limited to, requesting gifts or money, requesting support for a cause, organization or group, requesting mem- bership in an organization or group, accepting money from patients or engaging in the unautho- rized sale of services, merchandise, raffle tickets, lotteries, etc. Telephone Regulations Thousands of calls come through the switch- board daily. The welfare of patients requires that telephone lines be open for official JHH/JHHSC use. For this reason, personal calls are not encour- aged. Public telephones are located throughout JHH/JHHSC for employee and visitor use.

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