The Early Exit Program is a completely voluntary program being offered as part of a strategic plan to create opportunities for organizational adjustments to meet future needs.
We've answered some of the frequently asked questions below, but if you have more specific questions related to retirement or resignation, please reach out directly to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To complete and submit the EEP application, you will need the following information:
The application period opens at 8:00 a.m. on June 1, 2021 and will end no later than 11:59 p.m. on June 15, 2021.
Completed applications will be processed on a first come, first served basis. The date and time the employee submits the completed application to their manager/appropriate administrator is tracked in AdobeSign and will be used to determine the order in which completed applications are submitted.
Although you do not need to discuss your decision with your manager, if you decide to participate in the Early Exit Program, you must submit your EEP Application to them for their review. Your manager will review the application and provide conditional approval confirming that, to the best of their knowledge, you are eligible to participate based on the CSUSM EEP Terms and Conditions.
If you are conditionally approved and execute the first separation agreement, your manager may then work with you to form a transition plan for your work and responsibilities.
A maximum of three weeks [i.e., fifteen (15) workdays] of accrued vacation may be used prior to your separation date.
Upon separating from the University, you will receive payment for any remaining accrued, unused vacation and/or CTO with your final paycheck.
The California Employment Development Department manages all unemployment claims and determines eligibility. We recommend contacting their office directly with specific unemployment questions.