“Offboarding” refers to the administrative activities that must be conducted when a faculty member ends his or her employment with the University. This includes term ending with no reappointment, resignation, retirement, and the death of a faculty member. In every case, we advise you to consult the Faculty Handbook for policies governing that particular activity, especially for the timing of reviews and notifications for term appointments.
- If the faculty member is terminating on the appointment end date that is on record and in Workday, no additional paperwork is necessary.
- If the faculty member is resigning earlier than the appointment end date that is on record and in Workday, you must obtain a resignation memo from the faculty member and submit this to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The Workday @ Yale training site contains a guide for terminating faculty: Termination/Separation: Employee (Academic). Essentially, you will always begin by terminating the employee record. Then, you will end all academic appointments.
- If the faculty member holds appointments in other departments, be sure to notify the other departments of the departure.
- If the termination date is earlier than the appointment end date, obtain a resignation memo or letter from the faculty member and send it to to email@example.com.
The University Termination and Transfer Checklist 3501 FR.31 provides a fundamental list of actions that might need to be taken for each departure. In addition to this list, you may need to create a checklist of actions that apply to your school, department, and the specific area of the faculty member, e.g. removal from school or department website and directories, mailing lists, removal of access to labs, etc.
Email accounts - For faculty, email remains active for 30 days following the termination date.
Building Access - Access to buildings is manually terminated approximately 10 days following the termination date. However, the department may request an extension.