Pepperdine invites industry-leading experts to teach classes as adjunct professors. Their important insights give students a real-world look into their field of study. The following benefits are available to Adjunct Faculty:
State Disability Insurance
Eligibility for benefits is available under the California State Disability Insurance Act. The required contribution, as mandated by state law, is withheld from the employee's paycheck. This program provides income protection for illness or injury which is not job-related (as well as for pregnancy).
Workers' Compensation Insurance
Pepperdine University provides Workers' Compensation coverage for all of its employees who are injured on the job or become ill because of their work. Employees are expected to report any work-related injury or illness to their supervisors and the Human Resources office as soon as possible to ensure proper medical treatment.
Pepperdine University participates in the California State Unemployment Compensation Plan. Coverage is provided for unemployment transpiring through no disqualifying fault of the employee. Decisions regarding eligibility are reserved by the State.
Employees of the University participate in the Social Security program and Medicare. Deductions are mandatory and are made from each paycheck in the amount prescribed by law. Equal amounts are also contributed by the University.
Pepperdine has partnered with the following credit unions: