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Office of Human Resources

Welcome to Human Resources at California College of the Arts. Our goal is to create an environment that allows employees to do their best work. We are committed to leading HR initiatives and partnering with the CCA community to attract, develop, and retain diverse talent. Providing the full scope of HR services for employees and managers, we are allies in fostering the College’s mission to inspire and cultivate artists who help change the world.

Interested in learning about job opportunities at CCA? Visit our careers page to learn more.

Meet the HR Team

Learn who to contact for specific HR needs.

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Workplace Guidelines during COVID–19

Guidelines and relevant workplace policies for CCA faculty and Staff as the college navigates the local, national, and global incidence of the coronavirus.

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2021 Open Enrollment (November 9-20)

Find the healthcare option that works for you with CCA's affordable and competitive benefit options.

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Performance Management

The annual performance review lets you and your manager discuss your performance during the July 1–June 30 fiscal year and align on goals and expectations for the coming year.

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Employee Benefits

California College of the Arts is pleased to provide affordable and competitive benefit options. It is one important way we care for you and your families.

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Key HR Policies and Procedures

Review key HR policies and procedures.

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Staff Forms and Resources

Forms relating to HR policies, requests and benefits.

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I-9 Employment Verification Process

I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification

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Staff Union Updates

Reports from the college’s bargaining team as negotiations progress, with the goal of providing timely, accurate information about the collective bargaining process.

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Human Resources News!

July 12, 2019, 12:43 PM by Maira Lazdins

Voting on Election Day - November 3rd!

As noted in the staff handbook, employees may take a maximum of two hours off from work to vote in a statewide election without loss of pay. They should take this time off ...