UC President Janet Napolitano updated the UCOP community on the latest ideas slated for implementation from among those submitted to the Efficiency Review website.
UCPath Building Manager Darryl Brown loves what he calls the UC "headquarters" experience, but his favorite job ever was performing at Six Flags Amusement Park in New Jersey.
Zoanne Nelson assumes her new role April 22, succeeding Michael Reese, who departed earlier this month to join UC Merced Business and Administrative Services.
You’ve asked for additional offerings, and now UCOP Learning and Development is delivering more sessions, including additional sections in Excel and a new class in HTML skills.
The Staff Engagement Initiative will hold one more brown bag to update the UCOP community on progress being made on the work group recommendations, April 2, in 5320 Franklin.
Brown bags will be offered on April 4 and 7 to review and answer questions about UCOP’s new preapproval process for hiring outside consultants and independent contractors.
The Lean In series of facilitated conversations about women’s empowerment in the workplace continues April 3, 12 to 1 p.m. in the Laurel Room, 1111 Broadway, 7th floor.
UC has revised Personnel Policy for Staff Members (PPSM) 62 on Corrective Action. Please send your comments to ELR Manager Michael Lum by May 8.
CFO Peter Taylor will leave UCOP, effective April 25, to take a position as president of a new foundation focused on improving educational outcomes, particularly among the underserved.
UCOP is implementing a new pre-approval process that takes effect today, March 25, 2014, designed to optimize internal resources before spending money on outside contractors.
UC President Janet Napolitano shared with the UCOP community a letter on the results of UC’s recent campus climate study, which were released at last week's Regents meeting.
The ER Working Group will hold a focus group on Sustainability @UCOP on March 26, where sustainability experts and non-experts will strategize ways to green UCOP.