Last week we asked readers to share your Thanksgiving plans and what you're grateful for. Here’s what you said.
Meet Rakesh Singh, ITS senior consultant. When he’s not contemplating the impact of his work on staff across UC, he’s imagining his next excursion to one of the world’s most beautiful beaches.
Celebrate Multicultural Day at UCOP by sharing a photo of your "Ohana" and answering the question, "What does family mean to you?"
Meet Matt Hawk, senior counsel, construction. You may have spotted him on a calendar with Carmen Electra!
UCOP Pride has provided advocacy, education and camaraderie for UCOP’s LGBTQI+ community for the past 20 years. Learn more about how this affinity group makes UC a great place to work.
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.
Biomedical Sciences Program Officer Ginny Delaney is an enthusiastic volunteer who’s bonded with her community through local urban beautification projects.
Nancy Pluzdrak, executive director of UCOP Human Resources, kicks off a new article series about her team with a helpful overview of HR’s current structure, priorities and initiatives.
On May 28, 2019, UCOP’s Asian and Pacific Islander Staff Association (APISA) hosted a film screening of “They Came for Us,” which discussed the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. This screening