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Employment practice appeal process

Prince Sultan University has established a clear mechanism and process for employees to appeal on their pay or any other right.

All employees at Prince Sultan University access the right to a workplace free of harassment and discrimination. PSU first and foremost attempts to ensure such a workplace, while simultaneously acknowledging that certain cases are unavoidable. As such, PSU offers its employees a comprehensive set of policies and procedures that offer mechanisms for employees to raise grievances, including for pay through the channels leading all the way up to the president of the university.

Article (70):

The faculty member may raise a grievance to the University Rector in writing within one month from the date of notifying him/her of the committee’s decision.

Faculty Governing Policies and Regulation 2019 (P. 28)

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Article (117):

Without prejudice to the right of the employee to resort to specialized administrative or judicial authorities, the employee shall have the right to file grievance to the University President for any action or procedure taken against him. The employee shall file his grievance to the University administration within two weeks of his awareness of the action. This process shall not harm the Employee. Article

Article (118):

The Employee shall be informed of the outcome of his grievance within a maximum period of one week from the date of filing his grievance.

Personnel Governing Policies and Regulations 2021 (P. 35)

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Mechanism for reporting concerns, misconduct or violations

Prince Sultan University – Compliance Office encourages its internal (faculty members, staff, and students) and external (parents, alumni, and employers) stakeholders to report concerns, misbehavior or abuses of the PSU’s Code of Ethics and/or other related policies.

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