Under PPSM-2.210 (Absence from Work), once an employee reaches the maximum vacation leave accrual limit, no additional vacation leave may be accrued until the employee’s vacation leave balance falls below the maximum. PPSM-2.210 provides a process whereby, in exceptional circumstances, an employee may be granted four additional months in which to take vacation leave in order to bring the accrual balance below the maximum. The employee continues to accrue vacation leave during these additional four months.
Consistent with the UC President’s announcement of a salary freeze and during this time of fiscal uncertainty, Campus Human Resources is available for review and consultation on compensation proposals.
UCLA Local Procedure 30 requires that all new positions be classified by CHR and that any changes to classifications including reclassifications require advance review and approval by Campus Human Resources.
The Employee-Initiated Reduction in Time (ERIT) Program has been extended beyond June 30, 2020. Since its implementation in 2011, the estimated savings for UCLA has topped $11 million. The cost savings are retained by participating departments. In view of current fiscal challenges, we encourage you to consider this program and to distribute information broadly within your organization or department.
Benefits to Eligible Employees Participating in ERIT:
To provide relief to facutly and staff as a result of the current health crisis, UC has approved changes in its benefits' rules. For information on how you can take advantage of the changes, click on the articles below:
The University of California Office of the President invites comments on a proposed Presidential Policy, UC Seismic Safety Policy, UC-CR-17-0324. The policy is proposed to be revised and includes the following key issues:
The University of California Office of the President invites comments on a proposed Presidential Policy on Native American Cultural Affiliation and Repatriation. The proposed policy substantively revises the existing Policy and Procedures on Curation and Repatriation of Human Remains and Cultural Items (“Current Policy”).
In response to the stay-at-home order issued by Governor Gavin Newsom for Californians, the UC Retirement Administration Service Center (RASC) has transitioned to remote operations. Please be assured that UC pension payments, including the upcoming April 1 benefit payment, will continue on schedule.
The concerns about the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) are being addressed in multiple ways at UCLA, including current campus directives issued by Chancellor Block and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Carter that all employees should follow. Inasmuch as most campus operations (with the exception of essential services) are being conducted remotely as of March 20, this new work environment will create challenges for all of us.
Eligible UC staff and non-Senate academic employees who are interested in serving as the 2020-2022 Staff Advisor to the UC Board of Regents may apply for the position through Friday, April 3, 2020, at 5 p.m.
The University of California continues to respond to the fast-moving developments surrounding COVID-19. Already, most of our locations across the state have curtailed academic and operational activity and, following the guidance of the Governor, the California Department of Public Health and the CDC, we continue to take steps to best protect our students, faculty, staff and communities.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2020-2021 Professional Development Program (PDP). As one of the most successful career development programs, PDP is beginning its 26th year. The program assists the University in the development and retention of a highly skilled, diverse, and motivated professional staff. The program has a demonstrated record of enhancing skills, strengthening institutional loyalty, and broadening participants' knowledge of University affairs.
COVID-19 Update for 2020-2021 recruitment cycle:
UCLA’s Administrative Management Group (AMG), in partnership with Campus Human Resources and Health Human Resources, will host the 2020 AMG Leadership Conference: Shaping the Future of UCLA on April 14, 2020, at the UCLA Luskin Conference Center.
The Administrative Management Group (AMG), in partnership with Campus Human Resources, is accepting nominations for the 2020 Excellence Awards, which honor outstanding managers and staff who have made significant contributions to their organizations and the campus.
Nominations are being accepted for the following three awards:
Campus Human Resources is pleased to announce the 2020 UC Management Development Program and requests nominees for participation in this high-profile development opportunity. This impactful systemwide training program was established to enhance and strengthen leadership capabilities in core management competencies and ensure managers have the skills, knowledge, and resources to effectively lead, engage and develop staff.
The UCLA Working Group on Advancing Opportunity for People with Disabilities will be hosting a “Lactation and Pregnancy-Related Accommodations and Leave” Training on Wednesday, January 22, 2020. The workshop will be from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Carnesale Commons in the Palisades Ballroom.
Campus Human Resources is pleased to announce the 2020 UCLA Management Enrichment Program (MEP) and requests nominations or applications for participation in this high-level management development program. MEP is designed to provide a framework for enhancing decision-making and leadership skills, particularly in critical areas such as strategic planning, financial management, and human resources, along with achieving an understanding of the context in which decisions are made at UCLA.
UCLA Campus Human Resources is pleased to announce that recruitment is now open for the 2020 Management Skills Assessment Program (MSAP).
MSAP is designed to assess and evaluate the management skills of high potential, early career supervisors and managers for future leadership opportunities at the University. The program is conducted at the UCLA Lake Arrowhead Conference Center, and all campuses from the University of California participate.
UCLA’s Staff Appreciation and Recognition (STAR) Plan Guidelines for FY 2019-20 are now available. The Guidelines are consistent with Staff Policy 34, Incentive and Recognition Award Plans and provide a basis to recognize staff members for their achievements and outstanding contributions to the department, organization, and/or the campus.