If you've been meaning to attend one of the Compensation Basics workshops, you have one final chance to get an overview of the UCOP compensation system for all non-represented employees.
Katherine Edwards has been appointed executive director of UCOP Marketing Communications after holding the position in an interim capacity since Jason Simon's departure in February 2014.
Thank you for all your great feedback on the Link reader survey. If you haven't taken it yet, now’s your chance to give us your suggestions about Link before the survey closes on Friday, Nov. 21.
UCOP will support Oakland's Annual Thanksgiving Dinner on Tuesday, Nov. 25. You can join by volunteering at the event or donating gently used coats for seniors, low-income and homeless Oaklanders.
The UC Regents announced that it will consider a new five-year plan for low, predictable tuition that will provide funding for increased access for California students, financial aid and educational quality.
UC's Office of Procurement has received a 2014 SuperNova Award from Constellation Research, which recognizes businesses for implementing innovative technologies.
You may not often see Charles Melton at UCOP's downtown Oakland offices; that's because he works in the UC Washington Center, or UCDC, UC's home in the nation's capital.
UCOP offices will be closed for Veteran's Day (tomorrow, Nov. 11) and Thanksgiving (Nov. 27 and 28). Over the winter break, offices will be closed from Dec. 24 to Jan. 1 and reopen on Friday, Jan. 2.
UCOP is reaching out to recruit U.S. veterans through a virtual career fair and other efforts to take advantage of their skills and to further diversify the UCOP workforce.
This week, UCOP HR Benefits will present its final two brown bags on 2015 Open Enrollment. Benefits staff will be on hand to answer your questions.