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Injury report and worker's compensation

UMMC provides worker’s compensation coverage for employees who are injured in the performance of their duties.  When injured on the job, always fill out a Report of Injury form.  Questions regarding this protection may be referred to Employee Relations for explanations. 

Leave request process

Employees should access their leave request documents by going to:

  • Lawson
    • Employee Self-Service
    • My UMC
    • Electronic Medical Leave Request
      • Request the needed leave type. Print documents to be completed and returned to HR Leave Specialist.
      • If unable to access Lawson, employees should contact the HR Leave Specialist.
      • If an employee who is medically incapacitated or their family member is unable to access leave documents for the employee, they may contact the HR Leave Specialist at (601) 815-4755 to request for documents to be sent to employee via mail or email.
      • Proxy for leave request will be done by HR Leave Specialist and documents generated and sent to employee for completion.

Electronic separation process

This process does not apply to an employee is transferring within UMMC.

An employee voluntarily separating from UMMC should first provide their supervisor or manager with a letter of resignation. After which, the employee should launch the electronic separation by going to:

  • Lawson
    • Employee Self-Service
    • My UMC
    • Electronic Resignation and Exit Survey
      • Include the following information:
        • Term type
        • Effective date
        • Last day worked
        • Reason for separation

Title IX

UMMC is committed to fostering a respectful, safe, and non-threatening environment for its students and employees. This policy describes prohibited conduct and establishes procedures for responding to sexual misconduct incidents. These incidents include sexual assault, sexual harassment and other unwelcome behaviors as explained below. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits discrimination based on sex in education programs and activities.

All allegations of Title IX must be reported to Human Resources.