Confidential Employees (C99)

About Confidental Employees

HEERA defines a “Confidential employee” as “any employee who is required to develop or present management positions with respect to meeting and conferring or whose duties normally require access to confidential information which contributes significantly to the development of those management positions.” Positions usually are considered confidential if the employee: a) regularly types grievance responses and maintains the grievance files; or b) is directly involved with systemwide or campus meet and confer sessions, including participating in management caucuses to evaluate information and determine the campus' position.

Confidential employees are not represented by an exclusive bargaining representative.

Reference: HEERA, under Government Code, §3562(d)

CSU Systemwide Confidential Employee Programs

Benefit Summary for CSU Confidential Employees (July 2007) (pdf)

Campus Procedures and Guidelines