Last changed: 02 May 2023
Secondary employment is any work carried out alongside your regular employment at SLU.
As a general rule, secondary employment is permitted, provided that the following rules are respected:
- Secondary employment must not constitute competition with SLU’s activities.
- Secondary employment must not impair the employee’s work.
- Secondary employment must not adversely affect SLU’s image, or in any way undermine the public’s trust in SLU.
More information is available in the guidelines for secondary employment.
How to report secondary employment
You report secondary employment via Primula self service.