UCOP offices will close from Wednesday, Dec. 24, through Thursday, Jan. 1, 2015. Today's issue of Link is the final issue of the year, and publication will resume on Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015.
President Napolitano wraps up the most notable successes from the UCOP Efficiency Review's first 12 months, measures that have reduced costs, boosted transparency and improved OP's services.
The new position of executive director for UCOP Administrative Services, who will oversee units internal to UCOP, is scheduled to be posted today. All qualified employees are encouraged to apply.
If you haven’t yet gotten a chance to participate in OP’s drive to support the East Oakland Community Project (EOCP), you still have time. The drive has been extended to Monday, Dec. 22.
UCOP is inviting your children to come to the office on April 23, 2015, and you can participate, parent or not! (Note that brown bags have been canceled.)
If you're buying a new car before year-end, you might want to take advantage of a limited-time $1,000 discount for UC employees on the Nissan LEAF, a 100 percent electric, zero-emission car.
Beginning today, Tuesday, Dec. 16, UCOP will use a new procedure for booking meetings and other gatherings in Franklin Lobby 1 conference room.
Season's greetings from the UCOP Building Services team. Here they provide the first of what will be regular updates in Link on what’s happening at our UCOP buildings.
Donate blood when the bloodmobile returns to UCOP today, Tuesday, Dec. 16, from 8:15 a.m. to 3 p.m. Contact Jan Kehoe right away at (510) 987-9692 or Jan.Kehoe@ucop.edu if you're interested, as appointments fill quickly.
The unsubscribe effort that began on Aug. 25 is still under way, as the mail team continues to sift through bins of discarded mail to stop unwanted materials and deliveries to long-gone former staffers.
OP's Asian Pacific Islander Staff Association is hosting a holiday potluck for its final meeting of the year tomorrow, Wednesday, Dec. 17, noon to 1 p.m. in Franklin 9204.