Lab / Staff Resources

Covid-19 - Ramping up research

Plan to Resume Limited (50%) Wet Research Laboratory Operations
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Guidelines for HESS LABS
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Guidelines for ANNENBERG and ICAHN LABS
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Wet Bench work research: Safe Practices
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Return to Practice: Ambulatory Operational Guidelines
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Town Hall 2020
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Research Town Hall – Nestler/Miller presentation:
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Research Town Hall – Wright presentation:
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Jury Duty

Please go to website:

Click on –

  1. Human Resources Policy Manual
  2. Human Resources
  3. Jury Duty Days for policy

Please read policy and make sure to report each day to Charles if you must attend jury duty.  Any days you are not required to go to court, you must come to work. Sinai will pay up to 10 days for jury duty.  Please make sure to provide us with letter of days you were at Jury Duty once you have served.

Weekly Timesheets

Please submit your time sheet every Friday to, but no later than 11 am the following Monday. If you are here Monday thru Friday regular hours, please enter total hours as 37.5 hrs.

When you are out for a HOLIDAY, indicate so on correct date. If you work on a holiday, you will automatically be paid the holiday extra day in the future. If a holiday falls within your first 30 days, holiday pay will be paid out after 12 months from your start date.
When you are “out” on PTO, whether it is sick or vacation days, indicate so on the corresponding date. You earn 19 PTO days each year and can carry over 5 days.

You must take a lunch break for one hour when you have worked 6 hours or more for that day.

If you have any questions, please contact or 212-659-5993.
If you do not to submit your time sheet in a timely manner, your time and pay will be processed the following week.

Badge Reader Locations

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Termination Sign-out Policy

It is the policy of the Mount Sinai Health System that all employees terminating employment
complete the sign out process on the last day of their employment with their manager, supervisor
or department head (the “manager”). This process ensures that: Health System property is returned;
the employee receives information pertaining to benefits in a timely manner; the employee
provides contact information; the employee is provided an opportunity for an exit interview; and
the release of terminal pay is authorized.

For information, please click on the link.

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PI-Exit Checklist

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