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Not using pre-tax commuter benefits due to COVID-19? You’ve got time

Here's what you need to know about your pre-tax commuter benefit program while many of us are telecommuting.


UCOP support services move locations in the Franklin-Broadway Campus

While the majority of UCOP staff continue to work from home, a small group of colleagues have relocated to 1100 Broadway and are keeping vital services up and running.


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Join us for a new workshop: Self-care during COVID-19

Even if you’re not caring for children or other family members, the COVID-19 pandemic poses many challenges. During a new workshop, Ola Popoola will offer tips for coping and resilience.


Why getting a flu vaccine is more important than ever in 2020

We may not have a vaccine for COVID-19, but we do have one for the flu. Help vulnerable populations this fall by getting your flu shot.


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COVID-19 self-care course series begins this week

The COVID-19 pandemic poses many challenges — for those with and without dependents, for managers and for individual contributors. In a new workshop series Ola Popoola offers tips for coping and resilience.


COVID-19 Response Open Forum canceled today and going forward

Due to low attendance and a slowing of new information regarding COVID-19, we are canceling the virtual UCOP COVID-19 Response Open Forum series.


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New speaker series: Caring for ourselves during COVID-19

Join personal development coach Ola Popoola as she delves into strategies for self-care for managers, caregivers and those without dependents.


4 tips for investing during a pandemic from a UCLA expert

Don’t miss this expert advice from UCLA Chief Investment Officer Justin Barton, presented by the UC Alumni Career Network.


Work from home update from Rachael Nava

EVP/COO Rachael Nava recently shared an update on UCOP’s work-from-home status. Here's the latest.


What to know about wildfire smoke and COVID-19

Worried that air pollution from wildfires could increase the severity of COVID-19 symptoms? UCSF physicians explain the risks and how to protect yourself.