Flowers and Gifts
Purchase of flowers or gifts shall be approved only through the Human Resources office. Exception is made where items have been authorized by a cabinet officer.
Upon the death of an employee or an employee's spouse, child, mother or father a memorial donation to a charity designated by the family will be made on behalf of the College.
Flowers, memorial donations or other personal gifts to employees except as noted above are not to be purchased with college funds, but should be financed through voluntary contributions.
The Human Resources office should be advised when it is necessary to order an item. The following information should be provided:
- Name of the employee or deceased person.
- Name and address of the charity
- Relationship of the person to the employee.
Origianl policy Cabinet reviewed 7/97 Revised 2014
Exit Interview/Sign Out Visit
All administrative and union employees.
Employees leaving the employ of the College must schedule an Exit Interview with the Human Resources office.
All College keys, credit cards, identification card and any passes for dependent(s) must be turned in to the Human Resources office at the time of the Exit Interview. The employee must provide a forwarding address at this time.
The cost of College property not returned at the time of the Exit Interview or any outstanding debt will be deducted from the employee's final paycheck as authorized by the employee.
Exit Interviews will become part of the employee's personnel file.
The employee must contact the Human Resources office to arrange a convenient time (usually on the last day of employment) for the interview.
The employee's final payroll check will be cleared with Human Resources prior to distribution to the employee.
Revised 7/97 - Cabinet approved
- The individual member deductible is $100
- The family deductible is $200
- There is no deductible for Class I or Class IV services. When you receive covered Class II or III services, you must pay a deductible before payment will be made for these benefits.
|Class of Service:
||Your Copay Is:
|Class I - Preventative Services
|Class II - Restorative Services
|Class III - Denture & Bridges
|Class IV - Orthodontics Services
$1000 annually for Class I, II and III services combined
$1000 lifetime for Class IV (orthodontic) services
Every effort is made to provide accurate information. However, this is not a guarantee of payment. Treatment will be rendered based on BCBS's payment liability, we recommend you request a predetermination for your treatment plan prior to having any services rendered.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (BCBS PPO participants)
Customer Service Office:
Open 8:30 a.m. – noon and 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.
225 East Wesley
Customer Service Information:
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Please send all correspondence to:
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan
Costumer Service Center
P.O. Box 2888
Detroit, MI 48231
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Drugs in the Workplace
All faculty and staff.
Albion College subscribes to the objectives of the Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988 and prohibits the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession or use of any controlled substance in the workplace.
Employees convicted of any workplace-related criminal drug conviction must inform the Director of Human Resources of the conviction within five (5) days.
Albion College will notify the federal agency that contracts with or provides grants to the College within ten (10) days after receiving notice of an employee's criminal drug statute conviction for conduct in the workplace.
As a condition of employment at Albion College, employees must abide by the terms of this policy. The College shall have the right to discharge employees convicted of violating any criminal drug statute which occurred while in the workplace.
Cabinet reviewed 7/97