Policy Regarding Labor on Hofstra's Campus
Hofstra University employs a unionized workforce and expects to maintain labor peace during the preparations for and at the Presidential Debate on October 16, 2012. Hofstra requires that prevailing wages and benefits be paid to all workers on its campus, including workforce engaged by the networks for production wiring, etc. Please make appropriate arrangements. If you have any questions, please contact Hofstra University’s Office of University Relations at (516) 463-6818.
For more information about prevailing wage, please visit the New York State Department of Labor web site.
Policy Regarding Political Candidate-Related Events at Hofstra University
Hofstra University (the “University”) may not make and does not make any political contributions or expenditures for or against candidates in any federal election.
- University facilities are available for rental to all federal, state, or local candidates in the normal course of business, and at the usual and normal rental rate. “Available” means that the facility is not otherwise required for the University’s own sponsored events, which always take priority. The full rental amount must be paid in advance by the candidate’s committee or the sponsoring organization renting the facilities, and the University will not sign an agreement for the use without such prepayment.
- Any incidental expenses in connection with a candidate’s rental of University facilities, including but not limited to catering costs, refreshments and security fees must be paid directly by the candidate or reimbursed to the University in advance by the candidate’s committee or the sponsoring organization using or renting the facilities.
- The University may not and does not expressly advocate the election or defeat of any clearly identified candidate, candidates or candidates of a clearly defined political party.
- To ensure compliance with this policy, no department may enter into a facilities use or rental agreement with any candidate for political office, or commit the use of any Hofstra facility for such use, without the prior approval of the University’s General Counsel.