Have open student positions? Use this poster to help direct students to on-campus employment.
Colorado’s Employment Law Handbook – Includes topics on: Minimum wage Overtime Meal and breaks Vacation leave Sick leave Holiday leave Jury duty leave Voting leave Severance pay
Colorado’s Employment Law Handbook – Includes topics on: Current minimum wage Minimum employees required Exempt employees Non-exempt employees Overtime Child Labor Laws Tipped wages Hours worked Travel time Waiting time On-call time Sleeping time Meeting and training time Suffered or permitted to work Suffered or permitted to work State minimum wage and overtime laws
Step-by-step video guide on how to set up an employer user account and join your department.
This toolkit has been curated to help employers engage in the important work of diversity and inclusion conversations and how to best support our diverse students as they enter the workforce.
Step 1 of getting set up in Handshake as an employer is to first create an employer user account. This is something that each new user will need to do. Use this link to get started.
CSU Career Competencies. This language will begin to be integrated into campus employers’ job postings in Handshake.
Guide for posting on-campus jobs in Handshake. Departments that consistently utilize this guide will be eligible for auto-approval status for job postings. This is re-evaluated approximately every 6 months.
Get access to Fact Publications at CSU such as the Institutional Profile and more.
Our code of community for the campus and Career Center
The Job Accommodation Network (JAN) is the leading source of free, expert, and confidential guidance on job accommodations and disability employment issues.
Use this poster to help market your on-campus student position!