CSLP & University Policies

CSLP employers are asked to adhere to all UMass Dartmouth policies regarding all areas of student employment, including: 

Supervisor rights & responsibilities

Supervisors have the right to expect from their student employees:

  • quality work
  • punctuality
  • quality customer service
  • appropriate dress in the workplace
  • adherence to requirements of the organization
  • notification of any limitations that might impact the employee’s ability to work

As a supervisor, it is your responsibility to: 

  • list each position in the Corsair Jobs student employment database
  • interview and hire student employees
  • not allow students to work until you are notified that the student has been entered into payroll and can begin working
  • monitor the remaining Federal Work-Study award for each student
  • provide the appropriate training for each student employee
  • provide information regarding time and attendance procedures
  • submit student time sheets each week no later than noon on Friday of the week worked
  • not employ any student who has been dismissed by or has withdrawn from UMass Dartmouth (if you have such knowledge you must immediately ensure that the student discontinues work)
  • notify the Career Development Center if there is a problem with the student worker that cannot be resolved
  • Maintain copies of time sheets for seven years