UC will increase the minimum wage for employees, including contract workers, on Thursday, Oct. 1, the first stage of a three-year plan to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2017.
Learn more about the UC Water Security and Sustainability Research Initiative at a Research Grants Program Office’s brown bag on Oct. 5, 12 to 1 p.m., in Kaiser 612
Hosting a systemwide meeting with attendees from the campuses? Planning on paying for their travel expenses? Check out this month’s BRC Blast for the inside scoop on how to process these and other non-UCOP employee travel reimbursements.
In addition to general retirement planning classes, this quarter there are a couple of new offerings: a series for women and a debt management, budgeting and planning workshop.
Join your colleagues on the Franklin fifth-floor patio for lunch and laughter.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, a good time to remind yourself of some digital security basics. Check out these do's and don'ts to protect your personal information and help the university protect the information it collects.
Thera Kalmijn has been appointed executive director of UCOP (Local) Operations. Kalmijn, who will report directly to COO Rachael Nava, will start on Oct. 5.
UCOP’s Time Reporting System will be upgraded during October and November as part of UCOP’s transition to UCPath later this year. During this time, employees and managers must submit and approve employee timesheets according to a specific schedule.
Linda Morris Williams, associate chancellor emeritus of UC Berkeley, will be featured in the next installment of the Women We Admire speaker series tomorrow.
Join the members of the all-volunteer work group, past members, as well as Executive Vice President and COO Rachael Nava and other OP leaders to learn about the team's accomplishments, major initiatives underway and next steps.