6242 - Organizations and Oaths
Last updated: January 01, 2008
PREAMBLE: In June 2005, President White created an ad-hoc Committee on Ethical Guidance and Oversight charged with reviewing, revising and developing policies on conflicts of interest, nepotism and ethical conduct. As a result, this policy and FSH 6241 were created, FSH 6240 was rewritten, and changes were made to FSH 3170 and 3260 in fall of 2007. Further information may be obtained from General Counsel (885-6125) or the Office of the Faculty Secretary (885-6151).
A. Professional and Labor Organizations
B. Loyalty Oaths
A. PROFESSIONAL AND LABOR ORGANIZATIONS. UI employees have a right to join, without fear of reprisal, any professional association or labor organization, including those concerned with employee representation; even so, UI neither bargains with nor enters into work or employment contracts with such groups.
B. LOYALTY OATHS. No loyalty oath shall be required of any UI employee.