May 7, 2020 Daily Chronicle

Dear CSN Family,

These are truly unprecedented times for all of us in the CSN family, so today we are featuring important information from the Human Resources team. May is Mental Health Awareness Month. During this COVID-19 crisis, there has been much focus on our physical health, by necessity. But we must also focus on our mental health. It is sobering to know that at some point during their lives, 46 percent of adults in the U.S. will experience a mental illness. If you or a member of your family need help, there are many resources available to you.

Members of the CSN family can access the Employee Assistance Program any time they need it. This is a great resource provided at no charge, and it is accessible by phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It is 100 percent confidential and designed to help employees and families in handling personal and work-related issues. Don’t hesitate to take advantage of this resource if you believe it would help you. In addition, CAPE offers a selection of online courses that can help deal with stress and conflict. Once you are logged, in go to the Learning Library to find them.

NSHE has provided guidance on employee rights under the federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act. Please take a moment to review this important document, which details your rights as an employee at CSN.

Finally, open enrollment for CSN employees has begun and runs through the end of the month. Please be sure to check your Workday Inbox for important information. You can also contact CSN Human Resources at HRCustomerService@csn.edu should you have questions.

As always, thank you all for your hard work. Remember that we are in this together, and together we remain Vegas strong and CSN proud.

Stay safe and God bless.

Federico Zaragoza
President
College of Southern Nevada 

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