Additional employment shall refer to any employment compensated by CSU, funded by the general
fund or non-general funds including CSU auxiliaries, that is in addition to the primary or normal
employment of a faculty unit employee.
If a faculty unit employee holds more than one appointment, primary or normal employment
of the faculty unit employee shall refer to an appointment of more than a fifty percent (50%)
timebase. If no appointment is greater than a fifty percent (50%) timebase, the normal
employment shall refer to the appointment deemed normal by CSU.
A faculty unit employee shall inform the President, at the time of appointment, of any
appointments elsewhere in CSU.
The "25% overage" as used in this Article, shall be calculated as a percentage of full-time
workload or, when appropriate, full-time timebase. The total additional employment of a
faculty unit employee shall not exceed a total of twenty-five percent (25%) overage.
Limitation on Additional Employment
A faculty unit employee shall be limited in CSU employment to the equivalent of one (1)
full-time position in his/her primary or normal employment. An "overage" of 25% of a
full-time position shall be allowed if the overage employment: (a) consists of employment
of a substantially different nature from his/her primary or normal employment; (b) is
funded from non-general fund sources; or (c) is the result of the accrual of part-time
employment on more than one campus.
Applicable Time Periods for Limitations on Additional Employment
The applicable time period for twelve (12) month faculty unit employees shall be the
calendar year, exclusive of the faculty unit employee's earned vacation periods.
The applicable time period for ten (10) month or academic year faculty unit employees
shall be the academic year at semester/quarter campuses and the individual's academic
year at QSYRO campuses, exclusive of time periods between academic years, time periods
between academic terms, and the vacation periods of a faculty unit employee.
October 10, 2002