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Part 4. Personnel Policies
Section II. Appointment
F. Outside Employment
Providing professional expertise to the private and public sectors is a significant positive contribution of the University in meeting its public service obligations. In addition, such activities are developing vital linkages between the University and its many constituencies and allow for continuing professional development of the University faculty by providing a context for applying their knowledge and skills. However, the maintenance of a high standard of honesty, impartiality, and conduct by University employees is essential to ensure the proper performance of its business and strengthen the faith and confidence of the people of the State of Idaho in the integrity of State employees.
2. Limitations on Outside Employment
Employees may engage in outside employment of a professional or personal nature, directly related to the professional or other competencies of the employee. However, no employee may undertake outside employment that interferes with the employee’s assigned duties to the University. In all outside employment, the outside employer must be informed that the employee is acting in a private capacity, and that the University is in no way a party to the outside employment, and is not liable or responsible for the performance thereof.