A resignation is a voluntary separation of employment. Although it is customary to provide at least two (2) week’s notice to allow Payroll Services to process the final pay accurately and in a timely manner, it is not legally required. To initiate your resignation from the University, you are encouraged to provide notification to your supervisor and then click on the “Initiate Resignation” blue button to begin the process. When initiating your resignation, please have readily available your employee ID number, supervisor’s name and email address, last physical working day, and last day on Payroll. To help you transition smoothly, please download this Off-Boarding Guide. For questions regarding resignations, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 909-537-5138.
This process only applies to full-time staff and administrators. Student Assistants should contact the Student Employment Team at email@example.com or (909) 537-5225. Faculty should contact the Office of Faculty Affairs & Development at firstname.lastname@example.org or (909) 537-5029. UEC employees should contact UEC-HR at email@example.com. For SMSU and ASI employees, please contact Andrea Okoh, HR Manager at (909) 537-5258 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Per AB 2410, which amended Section 220 of the Labor Code, an employee who voluntarily resigns must be paid wages earned and accrued benefits (vacation, CTO, personal holiday, etc.) no later than 72 hours from the date of separation. However, if the employee provides at least 72 hours' notice, they are entitled to the earned wages and accrued benefits at the date of separation.
The California State University (CSU) supports the efforts of faculty and staff to plan a fulfilling, financially secure retirement. Retirement program eligibility is based on appointment type, duration, full-time equivalency (FTE) and previous public agency or reciprocal agency employment. The state-mandated retirement program is the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) and is coordinated with Social Security.
For questions regarding retirement, please contact email@example.com or call (909) 537-5143.
A discharge is a non-voluntary separation of employment such as layoff, termination of temporary appointment, dismissal, rejection during probation and non-retention.
For questions regarding discharges, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (909) 537-5138.
Per AB 2410, which amended Section 220 of the Labor Code, an employee who is discharged must be paid wages earned and accrued benefits (vacation, CTO, personal holiday, etc.) immediately.