More information is available in the Cornell Chronicle.Human Resources has begun applying a new definition of credited service that has replaced Human Resources Policy 6.8.1, Credited Service, and the Break in Service section of Policy 6.9, Time Away From Work.This tour will give you an introduction to Cornell's history, its seven undergraduate colleges and schools, student life, athletics, and some legend and tradition.
Under this new approach, all non-student, benefits-eligible service is credited regardless of breaks in service.
The summation of credited service does not include student employment, time during a break in service, time on indefinite layoff status, University Leave of Absence, casual appointments, or time in most temporary non-benefits eligible positions.
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A complete overview of the credited service definition is available on the Human Resources website.