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  • Contact
    President departments Academic Personnel and Employee Labor Relations Faculty Resources Performance Evaluation Information Benefits Benefits Provider Contact COBRA Disability Leaves Employee Assistance Program Employee Benefits Programs FAQ New Employees Orientations Workshops When You Separate Retirement Classification and Compensation Classification Information Compensation Information Disability Leaves Military Leave Catastrophic Leave CSU Family Medical Leave FML industrial disability leave Maternity Paternity Adoption non industrial disability insurance Workers Compensation Equal Opportunity Discrimination Harassment and Retaliation AA EOR Full Time Faculty Recruitment Workshop Presentation Internet Explorer Only Reasonable Accommodation Interactive Process Assistive Device Application Memorandum Information for Job Applicants Pregnant Parenting Student Rights Campus Compliance Training Requirements Employee and Student Complaint Resources Reference List Additional Resources Employment Services Collective Bargaining Performance Evaluation Information Temporary Employment MPP Employment Staff Employment Employment Services Staff Payroll Absence Management Payroll Forms Payroll Staff Timekeeper List Frequently Asked Questions W 2 Questions Student Employment Timekeepers Professional Development and Training Announcements Fee Waiver Noontime Wellness Training Dates to Remember FAQs Contact Workshop Materials SkillSoft Online Professional Development Jobs HR Directory Forms New Employees Office of the Vice President Contact Us Professional Development Training Del Norte Hall 3010 D California State University Sacramento 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 6032 T 916

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/hr/departments/professional%20development%20and%20training/contact.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Workshop Materials
    Faculty Resources Performance Evaluation Information Benefits Benefits Provider Contact COBRA Disability Leaves Employee Assistance Program Employee Benefits Programs FAQ New Employees Orientations Workshops When You Separate Retirement Classification and Compensation Classification Information Compensation Information Disability Leaves Military Leave Catastrophic Leave CSU Family Medical Leave FML industrial disability leave Maternity Paternity Adoption non industrial disability insurance Workers Compensation Equal Opportunity Discrimination Harassment and Retaliation AA EOR Full Time Faculty Recruitment Workshop Presentation Internet Explorer Only Reasonable Accommodation Interactive Process Assistive Device Application Memorandum Information for Job Applicants Pregnant Parenting Student Rights Campus Compliance Training Requirements Employee and Student Complaint Resources Reference List Additional Resources Employment Services Collective Bargaining Performance Evaluation Information Temporary Employment MPP Employment Staff Employment Employment Services Staff Payroll Absence Management Payroll Forms Payroll Staff Timekeeper List Frequently Asked Questions W 2 Questions Student Employment Timekeepers Professional Development and Training Announcements Fee Waiver Noontime Wellness Training Dates to Remember FAQs Contact Workshop Materials SkillSoft Online Professional Development Jobs HR Directory Forms New Employees Office of the Vice President Workshop Materials Performance Evaluation Classification Process How to Write a Job Description Salary Placement Role of the Supervisor Workplace Bullying How HR Can Recognize Stop It PDF file Bullying in Academia

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/hr/departments/professional%20development%20and%20training/workshop%20materials.html (2016-02-12)
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  • SkillSoft Online Professional Development
    Relations Faculty Resources Performance Evaluation Information Benefits Benefits Provider Contact COBRA Disability Leaves Employee Assistance Program Employee Benefits Programs FAQ New Employees Orientations Workshops When You Separate Retirement Classification and Compensation Classification Information Compensation Information Disability Leaves Military Leave Catastrophic Leave CSU Family Medical Leave FML industrial disability leave Maternity Paternity Adoption non industrial disability insurance Workers Compensation Equal Opportunity Discrimination Harassment and Retaliation AA EOR Full Time Faculty Recruitment Workshop Presentation Internet Explorer Only Reasonable Accommodation Interactive Process Assistive Device Application Memorandum Information for Job Applicants Pregnant Parenting Student Rights Campus Compliance Training Requirements Employee and Student Complaint Resources Reference List Additional Resources Employment Services Collective Bargaining Performance Evaluation Information Temporary Employment MPP Employment Staff Employment Employment Services Staff Payroll Absence Management Payroll Forms Payroll Staff Timekeeper List Frequently Asked Questions W 2 Questions Student Employment Timekeepers Professional Development and Training Announcements Fee Waiver Noontime Wellness Training Dates to Remember FAQs Contact Workshop Materials SkillSoft Online Professional Development Jobs HR Directory Forms New Employees Office of the Vice President SkillSoft Online Professional Development Now at your fingertips are thousands of engaging online eLearning courses books and videos that you can take from the comfort of your computer They are

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  • HR Directory
    Employment Services Professional Development and Training Office of the Vice President Top Christine D Lovely Vice President for Human Resources Del Norte Hall 3001D lovelyc csus edu 278 6078 Mae Ling Kong Confidential Administrative Support Del Norte Hall 3001E kongml csus edu 278 6078 Benefits Top Scott Oleinik Benefits Manager Del Norte Hall 3004C soleinik csus edu 278 6009 Galina Grigoryan Administrative Analyst Specialist Del Norte Hall 3004B galina grigoryan csus edu 278 3522 Kevin Mackey Administrative Analyst Specialist Del Norte Hall 3004B kmackey csus edu 278 6996 Cindy Rognlien Administrative Support Coordinator Del Norte Hall 3004 martella csus edu 278 3599 Pham Saechao Administrative Support Coordinator Del Norte Hall 3004 psaechao csus edu 278 6213 Classification and Compensation Top Nikki Parker Confidential HR Analyst Del Norte Hall 3005C nikki parker csus edu 278 5885 Linda Robles Confidential HR Analyst Del Norte Hall 3005B roblesl csus edu 278 6967 Employee Services Top Veronica Hodge Associate Vice President for Human Resources Del Norte Hall 3005A veronica hodge csus edu 278 4488 Vacant HRIS Business Analyst Equal Opportunity Top William Bishop Director of Equal Opportunity Del Norte Hall 3002G william bishop csus edu 278 7469 Alison Morgan Investigator for Equal Opportunity Del Norte Hall 3002F alison morgan csus edu 278 2843 Regeena Lewis Administrative Support Coordinator Del Norte Hall 3002B rklewis csus edu 278 5770 Employment Services Top Celeste DeSouza Interim Manager of Employment Services Del Norte Hall 3009E celeste desouza csus edu 278 5613 Robert Bartley Administrative Analyst Specialist Del Norte Hall 3009C rbartley csus edu 278 3884 Megan Cadd Administrative Analyst Specialist Del Norte Hall 3005D megan cadd csus edu 278 5377 Amanda Cruz Golberg Administrative Analyst Specialist Del Norte Hall 3009G cruz golberg csus edu 278 6627 Dorthea Johnson Administrative Analyst Specialist Del Norte Hall 3006G dorthea skymail csus

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  • New Employees
    Internet Explorer Only Reasonable Accommodation Interactive Process Assistive Device Application Memorandum Information for Job Applicants Pregnant Parenting Student Rights Campus Compliance Training Requirements Employee and Student Complaint Resources Reference List Additional Resources Employment Services Collective Bargaining Performance Evaluation Information Temporary Employment MPP Employment Staff Employment Employment Services Staff Payroll Absence Management Payroll Forms Payroll Staff Timekeeper List Frequently Asked Questions W 2 Questions Student Employment Timekeepers Professional Development and Training Announcements Fee Waiver Noontime Wellness Training Dates to Remember FAQs Contact Workshop Materials SkillSoft Online Professional Development Jobs HR Directory Forms New Employees Office of the Vice President New Employees Welcome to Sacramento State The Office of Human Resources has as its mission to serve as a valued campus resource for ensuring that the University attracts develops and retains a quality workforce in support of the University s mission We are pleased that you have chosen to join our campus community as we support the University s achievement of excellence in teaching learning and scholarship If you are a new employee HR will provide you with the tools needed to smoothly transition to being a member of our university community Whether you are new or a veteran employee our skilled

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/hr/new_employees.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Office of the Vice President
    Development and Training Announcements Fee Waiver Noontime Wellness Training Dates to Remember FAQs Contact Workshop Materials SkillSoft Online Professional Development Jobs HR Directory Forms New Employees Office of the Vice President Staff Equity Program FAQ 1 Which employees will receive an increase under the equity program All employees who have been in their classification and skill level for five or more years and whose salary is lower than the quartile thresholds identified for their classifications 2 Do I have to take any action or file any paperwork to get the increase No Because this is a management initiated in range progression if you meet the eligibility criteria you need not take any additional action to get the increase 3 Am I still eligible for an equity increase if I already received an increase this year Possibly If you have been in your classification for one of the specified time periods and your salary falls below the quartile thresholds identified for your classification you will still be eligible under the program even if you have received other increases 4 Why isn t this program retroactive There are various avenues for compensation adjustments that were previously available to staff including employee and management initiated in range progressions stipends and bonuses This program is specifically intended to address management initiated salary inversion prospectively 5 How will I know if I m eligible for the program All eligible employees will be notified by memo upon confirmation of their eligibility Additionally employees may always check their pay status via MySacState Employee Center Compensation History 6 How many staff employees will get increases under this program Over 20 of staff employees are eligible for increases under the program The data show that the three classifications most impacted are custodians administrative support coordinators and information technology consultant

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  • Disaster Emergency Plan
    safer area e g the designated Emergency Assembly Point most enclosed stairwells or an office with the door shut which is a good distance from the hazard and away from falling debris in the case of earthquakes Notify police or fire personnel immediately about any people remaining in the building and their locations Police or fire personnel will decide whether people are safe where they are and will evacuate them as necessary If people are in immediate danger and cannot be moved to a safer area to wait for assistance it may be necessary only if you have had rescue training to evacuate them using an evacuation chair Check with the BUILDING COORDINATOR for the availability of an evacuation chair if needed PEOPLE USING CRUTCHES CANES OR WALKERS The same procedure outlined for Mobility Impairments should be used Crutches canes and walkers should not be left behind NON AMBULATORY Most people who are non ambulatory will be able to exit safely without assistance out of single story buildings All 2 story buildings will require persons to be carried out It may be necessary only if you have had rescue training to evacuate them using an evacuation chair Some people have no upper trunk or neck strength to assist in being carried out Some people have minimal ability to move and lifting them may be dangerous to their well being Notify police or fire personnel immediately about any people remaining in the building and their locations Police or fire personnel will decide whether people are safe where they are and will evacuate them as necessary If a wheelchair is left behind do NOT leave it in an exit path or doorway to become an obstacle Wheelchairs have many movable weak parts which were not constructed to withstand the stress of lifting e g the seatbar footplates wheels movable armrests Frequently persons who are non ambulatory have respiratory complications or rely on electric artificial respirators They should be given priority assistance if there is smoke or fumes as their ability to breathe is seriously in danger Power wheelchairs may have heavy batteries which are difficult to remove In this situation the best response may be to ask the person to transfer to an evacuation chair if one is available so that they can be moved immediately If it is not possible for the person to be removed from the chair i e if the person uses respiratory equipment that is attached to the chair wait for assistance If attempting to move a power wheelchair remove the batteries Make sure the footrests are locked the motor is off and it is in neutral gear Some power wheelchairs and scooters may not have heavy battery packs and may be moved with little difficulty If the person prefers to be removed from their wheelchair their needs and preferences will vary Always consult the person as to his her preference with regard to Ways of being removed from a wheelchair The number of people needed for assistance If a seat cushion or pad should be brought along with him her if he she is removed from the wheelchair After care If a person is removed from the wheelchair i e a stretcher chair with cushion pad or car seat perhaps paramedic assistance might be needed The person will want their wheelchair retrieved as soon as possible The wheelchair is essential to the person s mobility and should be given a high priority to be retrieved as soon as possible Inform Public Safety of the location of wheelchairs to be retrieved POWER OUTAGES If an outage occurs during the day and people with disabilities choose to wait in the building for electricity to be restored they can move near a window where there is natural light and access to a working telephone During regular building hours BUILDING COORDINATORS should be notified so they can advise emergency personnel If people would like to leave and an evacuation has been ordered or if the outage occurs at night call Public Safety at 911 from a campus telephone or 278 6851 from a cell phone to request evacuation assistance III EMERGENCY EVACUATION TIPS AND OVERVIEW Evacuation is difficult and uncomfortable for both the rescuers and the people being assisted Some people have conditions that can be aggravated or triggered if they are moved incorrectly Remember that environmental conditions smoke debris loss of electricity will complicate evacuation efforts The following guidelines are general and may not apply in every circumstance Occupants should be invited to volunteer ahead of time to assist people with disabilities in an emergency If a volunteer is not available designate someone to assist who is willing to accept the responsibility Volunteers should obtain evacuation training for certain types of lifting techniques through the Office of Environmental Health and Safety EHLS in coordination with the Student Health Center Public Safety and SSWD Two or more trained volunteers if available should conduct the evacuation and relay teams established if the evacuation is more than three flights Always ASK people with disabilities how you can help BEFORE attempting any rescue technique or giving assistance Ask how they can best be assisted or moved and if there are any special considerations or items that need to come with them Lifting a person may be harmful Ask whether a seat cushion or pad should be brought along Wheelchairs were not designed to handle the stress of lifting Batteries may have to be removed and life support equipment could be connected Before attempting an evacuation volunteers and people being assisted should discuss how any lifting will be done and where they are going Ask permission of the evacuee if an evacuation chair or similar device is being considered as an aid in an evacuation When using such devices make sure the person is secured properly Proper lifting techniques e g bending the knees keeping the back straight holding the person close before lifting and using leg muscles to lift should be used to

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/sswd/DisasterEmergencyPlan.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Sacramento State - University Policy Manual
    Who the policy applies to This policy applies to all Sacramento State hiring managers when hiring management personnel plan MPP employees Why the policy is necessary This policy provides consistent procedures for the search and selection process for the appointment of MPP employees Responsibilities The President or designee is the appointing officer for all administrative appointments No other person is authorized to appoint administrators nor to modify or revise the

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/umanual/hr/HRS-0106.html (2016-02-12)
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