Student Employment > Manager Resources > Workplace Issues > Terminations
Under their own initiative, student employees may voluntarily choose to end their employment with DePaul. Here are the steps that should be completed by student employees and managers during a voluntary resignation.
Note: The termination will not take effect until HR Central has approved the request upon email notification.
Involuntary terminations may also occur, which is when management makes the decision to release student employees from their job responsibilities. In such situations, Sarah Carbone, associate director of the Office of Student Employment, must be consulted prior to the termination. This consultation will determine if appropriate and documented progressive discipline procedures have been applied. For student employees not subject to progressive discipline—such as employees within the six-month introductory period—this consultation will be reserved to discuss and review unsatisfactory progress and ensure university procedures are followed. This should be done immediately to ensure access removal to DePaul buildings and systems.
Managers are responsible for terminating student employees upon graduation. Failure to terminate a student upon graduation will result in an OSE notification and manual termination.