Committee: 

Date / Time: 

Tuesday, October 9, 2018 - 3:15pm to 4:15pm

Location: 

U-SU Board Room 303 AB

I. Organizational Items:

  • a. Call to Order
  • b. Roll Call
  • c. Adoption of Agenda for Tuesday, October 9, 2018
  • d. Adoption of minutes for Tuesday, September 25, 2018

II. Public Forum/Announcement:

  • a. This time is allotted for members of the public or representatives to make announcements to the executive committee members

III. Action Items:

IV. New Business

  • a. AOA-BUG benefits program via EIA - the Personnel Committee will review recommended employee benefit changes.
    • The EIA is the Excess Insurance Authority. CSURMA already purchases Workers' Comp through the CSAC EIA pool. Founded in 1979, EIA finds provides insurance solutions and risk management services for public entities - mostly California Counties, Cities, educational organizations, Special districts, housing authorities, and other Joint Powers Authorities (JPA). At this level, the "pool" is managed & underwritten. They contract with the insurance carriers who participate in the programs.
    • CSURMA (California State University Risk Management Authority) is the JPA that AOA has been able to participate in by forming AORMA (Auxiliary Organizations Risk Management Alliance), until now specifically for Workers' Comp and other Property/ and Casualty (P&C) coverages. Alliant was able to gain AOA-BUG access to the EIA employee benefits programs (non-P&C) through your affiliation with CSURMA. Thus, the name of your new program through EIA is CSURMA AORMA Benefits Program.
    • The insurance companies involved are Anthem, Kaiser, Delta Dental & VSP. Though the underlying plans (non-HMO) are self-insured.
    • Alliant is your Broker/Consultant. Our counterparts on the Property & Casualty side (out of San Francisco) have been managing CSURMA inception. My team handles the AOA-BUG's employee benefits, and we took over as broker in July, 2017. Our top priority was to streamline and grow the AOA-BUG benefits program, specifically by getting you access to a program like EIA. We are the only broker Authorized to bring clients into the EIA.

V. Old Business:

  • a. Hiring & Search Updates - Staff will provide updates on the hiring process for the vacant staff position.
  • b. Midyear Feedback for Professional Staff - The committee will review the timeline for the midyear evaluation of professional staff.
    • i. Managing Performance Throughout the Year - Video 4m 26s https://www.lynda.com/Business-Skills-tutorials/Managing-performance-throughout-year/149840/162338-4.html?org=calstatela.edu
    • ii. Observing Performance Trends Over Time - Video 5m 12s https://www.lynda.com/Business-Skills-tutorials/Observing-performance-trends-over-time/149840/162345-4.html?org=calstatela.edu

VI. Discussion

VII. Reports:

  • a. ASI VP for Administration: Jesus A. Mora
  • b. ASI Executive Director : Intef W. Weser

VIII. Adjournment

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Regularly Meets On: 

Once a month from 3:15 - 4:15 pm

Standard Location: 

U-SU Board Room 303
*Please check meeting list to confirm times and locations

About Committee

The Personnel Committee shall act on behalf of the BOD in all matters concerning employees of the corporation. Such actions shall be in accordance with Title V of the Administrative Code of the State of California, Policies and Directives of the Board of Trustees of the California State University and Colleges, Policies of the University, the Articles of Incorporation, and the ASI Bylaws.

The Personnel Committee makes recommendations to the BOD regarding hiring employees, dismissing employees, establishing policies regarding employee benefits, responsibilities, compensation, and grievance procedures.

The Personnel Committee shall make annual recommendations to the BOD on personnel matters involving any changes in the level of budgetary support. The Personnel Committee shall conduct, on a semi-annual basis, a review of the performances of the full-time employees.

The Personnel Committee shall be composed of eight (8) voting and five (5) non-voting members.

  • A. ASI Vice President for Administration, who shall serve as chair
  • B. ASI President
  • C. ASI Vice President for Academic Governance
  • D. ASI Vice President for Finance
  • E. ASI Vice President for External Affairs and Advancement
  • F. ASI Secretary/Treasurer
  • G. Two (2) members of the BOD appointed by the ASI President with a simple majority consent of the BOD
  • H. ASI Executive Director (non-voting)
  • I. ASI Director of Government Affairs & Leadership Programs (non-voting)
  • J. ASI Office Manager for Administration and Services (recording secretary) (non-voting)
  • K. A representative from the University's Office of Human Resources Management (non-voting)
  • L. University President or designee (non-voting)
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