Welcome to Human Resources -
Hello! On behalf of over 40 experienced and engaged members of the Office of Human Resources, welcome to the California State University, Northridge Human Resource’s web page.
As a group we are committed to our mission of providing excellent human resource programs and services to support the creation and maintenance of an outstanding teaching and learning environment where all people are valued. We fulfill this mission by creating partnerships with our campus colleagues to develop creative systems to attract, retain, develop and engage a diverse and talented group of staff, administrators and faculty.
As a University, we employ more than 4,000 faculty and staff, enroll over 40,000 students, and rank 10th in the nation in bachelor degrees awarded to underrepresented students. While you read these pages you will see that this is a great place to work because of our genuine commitment to people as we incorporate a “culture of caring” into all that we do and in how we do it.
In our written material and in the people you interact with, you will see that we emphasize: personal competence, professionalism, personal engagement, creativity, personal accountability and the value of diversity in the workforce. If you have trouble finding the information you are looking for within these pages, please contact us or stop by University Hall, Room 165.
We invite you to learn, engage, and connect with your colleagues by taking advantage of the many training and development opportunities available through the 2019-2020 Professional & Personal Development Program.
Wildfire| Employee Assistance Program - LifeMatters
Our thoughts continue to be with those in our campus community who have been impacted by the fires. As a reminder, our employee assistance program, LifeMatters is available to employees at: https://www.csun.edu/benefits/lifematters-eap (password = Matadors) or by phone 24 hours a day/7 days a week at 1-800-367-7474.
Additionally, in response to this critical situation, LifeMatters has launched a News Alert to connect you to the information you need to protect you and your loved ones from harm. The resources provided connect you to the latest updates from emergency management professionals, evacuation guidelines for your area, and maps of the current burn zones, so you can monitor where the fires are burning and which communities may soon fall under threat.