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Benefits Informational Workshops

  • Understanding your CSU Fee Wavier Benefit
    • Attend a session to learn more about the Fee Waiver & Reduction program for CSU employees. Based on your collective bargaining unit, we will discuss who is eligible for the benefit, how to transfer the benefit to a dependent child / spouse / domestic partner, timing, deadlines, attending another CSU campus, and tax implications. We invite all new employees interested in getting started and those currently taking advantage of this benefit to attend. There are new guidelines based on bargaining contract language that you may not have been aware of. This program does not apply to non-state paid positions, e.g. ASI, SMSU, UEC.

Job Specific & Technical Workshops

  • NeoGov Performance Evaluation Training for Staff
    • The Human Resources department is updating its electronic evaluation program and will use one developed through NeoGov. To help assist employee’s transition from the old evaluation system, HR will host multiple training sessions to highlight the new system and train you how to access your account so that you may sign/acknowledge your finalized evaluation through NeoGov.

  • NeoGov Requisitions 101
    • By attending this workshop, you will learn the process flow for recruitment and employment transactions administered by the Human Resources Department. Participants will learn how to enter requisitions in the NEOGOV system for a variety of situations including recruitment and temporary assignments. Participants will also be given the tools to help understand and avoid pitfalls with requisitions that may delay processing.

  • MPP Boot Camp
    • This half-day Boot Camp is designed to provide new and existing administrators with the skills and knowledge of managing “people resources” here at CSUSB. The program objective is two fold; prepare the MPP for the most common employment situations that occur here at CSUSB and understand the recommended course of action and provide an opportunity for MPPs to interact  with one another, collaborate, connect, and in the end, an opportunity to build camaraderie and trust. The Boot Camp will focus on:
      • Employee and Labor Relations,
      • Performance Management, 
      • Progressive Discipline, and
      • Employment Transactions (e.g. Stipends, In-Range Progression, Temporary Assignments).
  • Student Summer Bridge Process
    • This Course will provide individuals responsible for hiring and managing student workers with the necessary information as it relates to the student employment bridge process and policies occurring this summer. New Background Check updates and Payroll information related to student assistants will be presented.


  • Onboarding at CSUSB
    • This workshop provides fundamental information to acclimate all newly benefit eligible employees to the campus community. The University is committed to connecting employees to campus resources as outlined in CSUSB strategic plan. Typical items that will be covered include;
      • An overview of the California State University System and history of California State University, San Bernardino campus
      • Employee benefits such as medical, dental, vision, retirement, and fee waiver
      • And other impactful presentations from various campus departments that contribute to employee success

Retirement Informational Workshops

  • Faculty Early Retirement Program (FERP) Session
    • This session is designed to provide Tenure Track Faculty with information as it relates to retirement (when and how to retire from CalPERS & CSUSB). Participates will also receive information from the Faculty Affairs and Development Office on the Faculty Early Retirement Program (application process and program details).