On Dec. 16, EVP/COO Rachael Nava will host a town hall for staff to discuss UCOP’s Future of Work efforts and return to on-site operations plans.
While it’s well established that sudden loud noises commonly trigger a dog’s anxiety, a new study finds that even everyday noises, such as a vacuum or microwave, can be a trigger.
Announcing the new UCOP Office of Workforce Inclusion and Belonging, which will help foster an environment where employees feel respected, appreciated and valued.
The UC Community Safety Plan creates a framework for improving safety throughout the university.
IT Client Services led by Shirley Bittlingmeier will move to Information Technology Services to support integrated, end-to-end cybersecurity efforts and help ensure that UCOP can anticipate and respond to cyber threats.
Thanks to Carolin’s hard work on the Reporting Instance application, the project was a great success!
Learn how UCOP is responding to COVID-19 and our eventual return to on-site operations.
The results are in for UCOP’s 2019 survey. See where we’re excelling and where there’s room for growth.
On April 23, join Chief Strategy Officer Zoanne Nelson for an update on recent optimization efforts and organizational structure.