Instead of using At Your Service Online for Open Enrollment, you will complete a form and submit it electronically to the UCPath Center via a secure Web link. Check out this preview of what the process will look like.
Nearly 700 people turned out for the staff appreciation event on the Franklin patio, where tacos, churros and Italian ice were served and UCOP's affinity groups were on hand to talk about what they do.
On Thursday, Oct. 15, when you hear the earthquake drill announcement, drop to the ground, take cover under a table or desk, and hold on for 60 seconds.
If you are enrolled in UC’s Health or Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA), now is a good time to review your account information to make sure you are using all the funds in your account.
The UCOP Safety Team will be distributing information about fire prevention, emergency preparedness and ergonomics. Pick up a poster and talk with a Department Safety Coordinator to be entered in a raffle.
Help drive staff engagement by attending a focus group hosted by OP Staff Assembly on Oct. 6.
Giving blood is easy when the American Red Cross Bloodmobile comes to UCOP on Thursday, Oct. 8. Call Jan Kehoe at 987-9692 to make your appointment.
Bring your lunch and come to the next installment of the Lunch & Learn series, featuring Michael Reese, vice chancellor for Business and Administrative Services at UC Merced.
The new online system will allow you to initiate, track and access requests anytime while giving the BRC the capability of monitoring and responding to requests in real time.
On Nov. 30, the Office of the President will be the first UC location to transition to UCPath, the university’s new shared services center that consolidates systemwide payroll, benefits, human resources and academic personnel transactions. Here are some key things you need to know.