Performance appraisals have officially started. Get an overview of the process and what to expect.
Meet Compensation Analyst Ian Larue, aspiring voice actor and great-great-great-great-grandson of Oakland’s first general store proprietors. He’s also a second-generation UC employee.
The HR representatives based at the UCPath Center provide a suite of relevant, essential and supportive resources to serve local managers and employees, as well as UC locations systemwide.
The HR representatives who lead compensation and payroll help ensure that all employees and managers are paid fairly and on time, as well as providing crucial business insight to UCOP leadership.
The HR representatives who lead talent acquisition, recognition and growth play a crucial role in UCOP’s investment in its employees — from finding qualified, passionate staff to fill open roles to developing existing staff and supporting employees in reaching their highest career aspirations.
The HR representatives who lead client partnerships help employees and managers with a variety of one-time, annual and situational concerns, from disability accommodations to performance management, onboarding, employee relations and assignments.
Nancy Pluzdrak, executive director of UCOP Human Resources, provides a helpful overview of HR’s current structure, priorities and initiatives.