What should I do if I am injured or ill due to a work-related activity or incident?
See the Instructions and Accident Report Form. It is important to note that, unless the injury is life-threatening or extremely serious, employees should not seek medical treatment on their own without notification being made as outlined in the instructions.
Where do I go to for online training in regards to preparing and conducting performance reviews for my employees?
Go to the following and use your GC log-in information to access: Online Training.
The forms and instructions to complete Goshen College’s performance reviews are located at Supervisor Resources.
What is the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and how do I access it as a free resource to employees?
The Employee Assistance Program can help provide support for a variety of issues including: stress, anxiety, depression, family and marital issues, problem solving, drug and alcohol issues, dependent and adult care services, workplace concerns, legal issues, and financial questions and issues. Please also see the brochure under Benefit Plan Documents. What if the employee wants to use a certain provider? The process is as follows:
- The employee member needs to call the EAP number, and ask for a Single Case Agreement” (SCA) review process for this specific provider. Aetna do not guarantee SCA approval or that provider will work within the EAP terms of the agreement to complete SCA.
- If SCA is approved and provider accepts SCA terms, provider will be sent SCA paperwork to complete and return. Once received in entirety, an authorization will be generated and claims paperwork will be sent to the provider.
- Additional Note: EAP policy is that Aetna does not backdate services. If member is looking for services to be covered that have already occurred, and member has not contacted EAP for face-to-face service within the guidelines prior to appointment, Aetna would not cover this appointment via EAP benefit.
What is Goshen College’s workplace harassment and misconduct policy?
How can I practice better office ergonomics?
See hyperlink for helpful information https://www.goshen.edu/cho/office-ergonomics/