The UC Community Safety Plan creates a framework for improving safety throughout the university.
EVP/COO Rachael Nava shared UC’s final policy regarding required COVID-19 vaccinations, as well as a comprehensive set of frequently asked questions for employees
UCOP colleagues are invited to share feedback, questions or comments on the draft plan through a 30-day period, from June 1 – June 30.
Here’s an update on the UCOP vaccine program, our planning and timeline for returning to the office and efforts to plan for future work.
On behalf of the UCOP leadership team, Rachael recognized colleagues’ perseverance, flexibility, team spirit and mission focus throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
In partnership with UCSF Health and UC Riverside Health, our vaccine program will soon start in our Oakland and Riverside locations for eligible staff.
The regional stay home order does not change UCOP’s COVID-19 prevention plans, as our protocols are in alignment with the more restrictive guidelines.
In response to President Drake’s jobs protection update, EVP/COO Nava issued UCOP’s plan to preserve jobs through a winter curtailment plan.
EVP/COO Rachael Nava recently shared an update on UCOP’s work-from-home status. Here's the latest.
Last Thursday, EVP/COO Rachael Nava sent a message to staff about the Oakland office consolidation, financial information system, Talent Acquisition Management system and other important changes.