Academic Employee Relations [AER]

 

Grievance Process 

The grievance or faculty status dispute process is a formal process through which an employee can address an action of management that may be in violation of a collective bargaining agreement. The process consists of a series of steps through which an employee can present his/her grievance or dispute to progressively higher levels of management for resolution.

The goals of this process is to interpret the provisions of the collective bargaining agreement, to apply the agreement to new and changing aspects of our campus relations, and to protect the rights of employees, management and employee organizations.

Employees can visit their respective Collective Bargaining Agreement for more details.

Student Grievances

 

Resources  

In addition to Academic Employee Relations, the CSULB campus community has two very important resources that are available to assistant them. The Office of the University Ombuds and the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) are campus-based programs that offer a wide variety of services.

 

Office of University Ombuds

This office works independently as an objective and confidential advisor to help informally resolve campus issues. For additional information, visit http://www.csulb.edu/president/ombuds/

   

Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP)

This program is a free, confidential resource program available to all CSULB faculty and staff.  The program helps to explore problem areas that may affect a person’s well-being.  For more information, http://www.csulb.edu/divisions/students2/caps/FSAP/

 

Staff

Neil Iacono
Manager, Academic Employee Relations
562-985-5208
Neil.Iacono@csulb.edu

Cheri Kitajima

Coordinator, Academic Employee Relations

562-985-1742

Cheri.Kitajima@csulb.edu


Brotman Hall, Room 303
562-985-1680 Fax