Recent Policy and Procedure Changes
If you would like more information or details about these revised policies, contact Human Resources.
Domestic Abuse Leave
Please note the addition of 8.21 Domestic Abuse Leave to Section VII of the Employee Handbook. This change is effective April 14, 2015.
On April 14, 2015, Resolution 2015-28 was approved by the Governing Board, enacting the following revisions to CNM’s Employee Handbook:
- added to Employee Handbook
- allows an employee to take up to fourteen (14) days of unpaid domestic abuse leave, on an intermittent basis, for up to eight (8) hours in one day. The leave may be taken in order for the employee to meet with law enforcement officials, consult with attorneys or victim advocates, or to attend court proceedings related to the domestic abuse of the employee, a minor child of the employee, or a person for whom the employee is a legal guardian in accordance with state law.
This information is provided as a summary only. Additional provisions apply. Please refer to the policy for details. If you would like more information about this revised policy, you may contact the Human Resources Department at (505) 224-4600 or extension 44600.