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UCOP welcomes Ombudsperson Callale Concon

The Office of the President is pleased to announce that it has selected Callale Concon as its first ombudsperson.

An update on UCOP work arrangement eligibility, review and selection process

Learn more about our Future of Work program, including details about the process for determining future work arrangements.

Shake Out

Get ready for the Great ShakeOut this Thursday

Our annual earthquake drill is a perfect time to make sure your emergency notifications, plan and kit are up to date. Here’s what you need to know.

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Take a fresh look at your benefits: Open Enrollment begins Thursday, Oct. 28

UC will continue to offer the same high-quality benefits — with a few important changes.

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Learn to build connections in a hybrid world

The pandemic has changed how colleagues interact with each other. New resources offer guidance for strengthening relationships in a hybrid world.

Choose your UCOP leadership cohort: ALD vs. PM-ILP

Learn the difference between UCOP’s popular leadership cohorts — the Aspiring Leaders Development Program and People Management-Integrated Learning Program.

Learn tips for personal financial management

On Oct. 21, from 12-1 p.m., watch the next episode of the UC Alumni Career Network online series to learn tangible tips, resources and advice to help you thrive financially.

UCOP launches data loss prevention project

Cyber threats are on the rise. ITS is strengthening UCOP’s data security measures through a new data loss prevention software, Forcepoint.

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A new guide makes it easy to understand your UCOP financial requests

The UCOP Business Resource Center has launched a helpful resource — How Do I — a quick guide for understanding who to contact for UCOP financial requests.

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Wednesday: Join the Shakespeare Club for Richard III, in two parts

The UCOP Shakespeare Club will do a cold reading of the Shakespeare play “Richard III,” which will be led by Peter Church and take place in two parts.