The CSU and the Chancellor's Office have policies that address sexual harassment,
health and safety, drug free workplace, equal employment opportunity, internet use
Confidentiality of Personal Information
The CSU has an obligation, under various laws and CSU systemwide policy, to protect
personal employee information and to maintain the confidentiality of that data.
Conflict of Interest
A CO employee shall not make, participate in making, or attempt to use his or her
official position to influence a CSU decision in which he/she has a financial interest.
Drug Free Workplace
The CSU is committed to maintaining a workplace free from unlawful manufacture,
possession, distribution, dispensation, or use of a controlled substances. Violation
of this policy may result in disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The following are prohibited at the Chancellor's Office: Discrimination
or Harassment, based on specified grounds, and Retaliation for
complaining about such practices or participating in an investigation. There is
also a policy on disability support and accommodation. A complaint
procedure exists for employees of the Chancellor's Office.
Health and Safety
It is the policy of the Office of the Chancellor to ensure a safe work environment.
All employees are responsible for following common safety practices to protect
themselves and their fellow employees from work-related injuries and illnesses. The
prevention of work-related injuries and illnesses is of primary importance. To
achieve this, health and safety responsibilities must be equally shared by employees
and their supervisors.
E-mail, Internet and other technological resources should be used by employees in
furthering the educational mission of the CSU. Chancellor's Office personnel are
prohibited from utilizing CSU information resources for any unlawful, unethical or
unprofessional purpose or activity. Examples of prohibited uses are given.
Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect
The California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act is intended to protect children from abuse and neglect. Executive Order 1083 became CSU policy on January 1, 2013.
Outside Employment Disclosure Requirements for MPP and Executive Employees
Under Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations, full-time MPP and Executive employees are required to disclose all outside employment for the identification of and to preclude any conflict of commitment.
It is the policy of the Office of the Chancellor to provide a work environment free
from smoke. Smoking is prohibited inside the Chancellors' Office Golden Shore
building, and immediately outside all entrances.
The Chancellorís Office has a telecommuting program for CSUEU represented employees in accordance with Article 18.25 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement. This policy supersedes any pre-existing informal telecommuting policies. In addition, the Telecommuter's Agreement supersedes any informal telecommuting agreements. The Telecommuter's Agreement must be signed by both parties prior to the start of telecommuting.
The Chancellor's Office has procedures for employees and applicants for employment
at the CSU to make protected disclosures of improper governmental activities or
significant threats to health and safety.
The Chancellor's Office is committed to creating and maintaining a working
environment for all employees which is free from violence. The Chancellor's Office
prohibits violent acts or threats of violence, and any employee who commits a violent
act or threatens to commit a violent act is subject to disciplinary action. The
Chancellor's Office has zero tolerance for violence against any member of the
workforce, other persons in the workplace, or property.
Systemwide Policies and
An alphabetical list of CSU Employee Policies and Programs.