Voluntary Separations include:
- Graduating (cannot work beyond the last day of finals week during eligible term)
- Student to staff or faculty position transition
Per AB 2410, which amended Section 220 of the Labor Code, an employee who voluntarily resigns must be paid wages earned no later than 72 hours from the date of separation.
Although it is customary to provide at least two (2) weeks' notice, such notice is not legally required.
- A student assistant who resigns from employment must be paid wages earned no later than 72 hours from the date of separation.
- If the student provides notice of resignation at least 72 hours in advance, then all wages earned must be paid on the last day of employment.
Involuntary Dismissals Include:
- GPA Ineligibility
- Budget limitation
- Attendance/observance of work hours
- Serious misconduct
Involuntary Dismissals must have HR Approval before any action is taken.
Per AB 2410, which amended Section 220 of the Labor Code, an employee who is discharged must be paid wages earned immediately.
Note: The student is entitled to receive pay for all hours worked at the time of separation. Failure to comply is in violation of the Assembly Bill AB 2410 section 220 and may result in fines to the department. Please contact Student Employment for general guidelines before proceeding with a dismissal request.