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Building Core Supervisory Competencies Program – Call for Applications

The Building Core Supervisory Competencies Program is specifically designed for employees with two to five years of supervisory experience** who want to develop a broad range of skills and competencies that can enhance their performance as a supervisor and leader. The program focuses on critical competencies such as communication, conflict management, establishing your leadership philosophy...
By HR Employee and Organizational Development |

Talent Match Program – Available Job Opportunities

Human Resources has developed UCR’s Talent Match Program to pair staff and students with diminished workloads with temporary job assignments. Specifically, the program strives to identify reassignment opportunities for UCR staff and current student employees from areas where operations have scaled-down, in other departments that have a need for additional staff/student capacity. Currently several departments...
By HR Talent Acquisition and Diversity Outreach |

UC Regents Approve Loans and Withdrawals from UC Retirement Savings Program Plans for Those Impacted by COVID-19

On May 21, 2020, the UC Board of Regents voted to implement provisions of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) designed to make it easier for participants to access funds from their retirement savings plans. These optional provisions required approval from the Regents, who are responsible for overseeing the UC Retirement...
By UCR Human Resources |

Notice to AFSCME-Represented Employees – PERB Unfair Practice Charge No. SF-CE-1163-H

In March 2017, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) made a request for information for employee names and status information, including but not limited to age, gender, health insurance plan choice, ethnic status and veteran status. The University objected to producing that information on privacy grounds. AFSCME filed an unfair labor practice...
By Human Resources - Employee and Labor Relations |

Notice to CNA-Represented Employees - PERB Unfair Practice Charge No. LA-CE-1256-H (

The California Nurses Association filed an unfair labor practice charge with the California Public Employment Relations Board (PERB) alleging that the Regents of the University of California violated the Higher Education Employer-Employee Relations Act (HEERA) by prohibiting nurses at hospitals operated by UC San Diego Health (UCSDH) from wearing a sticker distributed by their exclusive...
By Human Resources - Employee and Labor Relations |

Formal Review/Employee Comment: Proposed Revisions to Presidential Policy, UC Seismic Safety Policy, UC-CR-17-0324 (Seismic Policy)

The University of California (UC), Office of the President is proposing revisions to the Presidential Policy, UC Seismic Safety Policy, UC-CR-17-0324 (Seismic Policy) per the guidance of the UC Seismic Advisory Board (SAB). The policy revision was a collaborative effort with the SAB, UCOP Capital Programs, the Office of General Counsel and UC campus representatives...
By Human Resources |

UCR Talent Match Program

The effects of the campus closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic have resulted in decreased workloads for staff and students in many campus units. Human Resources has developed UCR’s Talent Match Program to pair staff and students with diminished workloads with temporary job assignments. Specifically, the program strives to identify reassignment opportunities for UCR staff...
By UCR Human Resources |

Formal Review/Employee Comment: Presidential Policy: Gender Recognition and Lived Names

The University of California (UC), Office of the President is proposing Presidential Policy: Gender Recognition and Lived Name. The proposed policy is expected to be fully implemented by UC campuses and locations by July 1, 2021. The policy includes the following key issues: UC must provide three equally recognized gender options on university-issued documents and...
By Hyman Resources |

Formal Review/Employee Comment: Proposed Revised Presidential Policy on Protection of Human Subjects in Research

The University of California (UC), Office of the President is proposing revisions to the Presidential Policy on Protection of Human Subjects in Research. The proposed policy describes the responsibilities of the UC, its campuses and researchers, in protecting the rights and welfare of human subjects who participate in research at UC. A list of some...
By Human Resources |

Campus Closure Extended to June 19

Dear Campus Community: The Riverside County Public Health Officer has issued a revised public health order, extending the current physical closure of the UC Riverside campus for all but essential personnel supporting critical university functions through June 19, 2020. As announced earlier this week, we are continuing with remote learning through the Spring quarter and...
By Chancelor Kim A. Wilcox |

COVID19 - Message from UC President and UC Chancellors

We write today to acknowledge a new reality and to announce our decision to do all we can to support our UC family during this unprecedented time. The novel coronavirus has now affected everyone on the planet in some way, and by all indications, we can expect more disruption in the weeks ahead. We are...
By UC President Janet Napolitano and the UC Chancellors |

Guidance for Supervisors Regarding the Usage of Paid Administrative Leave Provided Pursuant to President Napolitano’s Executive Order Dated March 16, 2020

On March 18, Campus Communications sent the following message regarding an update to the Paid Administrative Leave Guidance & Tracking Paid Administrative Leave in TARS (Time and Attendance Reporting System). While we have reposted the entire communication including the attachment, we encourage you to visit the UCR COVID-19 webpage for more information on COVID-19 preparedness...
By Campus Communications |

Lend a Hand! Catastrophic Leave Sharing Program

We would like to ask you to consider making a catastrophic leave donation of vacation hours to assist other fellow employees. Donations can be made in one-hour increments and a donation of even one hour would be greatly appreciated. To donate hours, complete the Catastrophic Leave Donation Form and forward it to catleave@ucr.edu in Human...

Campus Closure: Building Access

The Riverside County Public Health order requires UC Riverside to minimize the number of people on campus while maintaining the critical functions of the university. This is an unprecedented global pandemic with rapidly changing circumstances that require the campus to make all efforts to comply with this public health declaration. The campus closure is intended...
By Kim Wilcox, Chancellor |

UCR Campus "Closed"

This message is intended for all UCR employees, including but not limited to faculty, staff (non-represented and represented), undergraduate student employees, graduate teaching assistants, and graduate research assistants. The University has been ordered “closed” by the Health Officer of the County of Riverside, effective March 16, 2020 through April 3, 2020. “Closed” in this context...
By Thomas Smith (Interim Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor and AND Gerry Bomotti (Vice Chancellor and CFO) |

COVID-19 UCR Staff Guidelines

On March 12, 2020, UCR published COVID-19 UCR Staff Guidelines via email communication. We have reposted that communication for your information. Date: March 12, 2020 Effective Date: March 12, 2020 Subject: COVID-19 UCR Staff Guidelines To: All UCR Employees This message is intended for all UCR employees, including but not limited to faculty, staff (non-represented...
By University Communications |

Mandatory Posters - Time Off to Vote

Tuesday, March 3, 2020, is the General Election. State law (California Elections Code section 14001) requires employers to post a notice to their employees advising them of their option to take paid leave to vote. The Time Off to Vote notice must be clearly posted where employee notices are displayed. If your department has multiple...
By Human Resources |

Ratification of New Labor Contract for Patient Care Technical Employees (EX Unit)

The University is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement with the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) on a new four-year contract covering UC’s approximately 16,000 patient care employees. The bargaining unit members voted to ratify the contract on February 7, 2020. To view the highlights of the agreement...
By HR - Employee and Labor Relations |

Ratification of New Labor Contract for Service (SX) Unit Employees

The University is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement with the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) on a new four-year contract covering UC’s approximately 10,000 service employees. The bargaining unit members voted to ratify the contract on January 31, 2020. To view the highlights of of the agreement...
By HR - Employee and Labor Relations |

Spring 2020 MSAP - Call for Applications

The Management Skills Assessment Program (MSAP) is designed to assess the management skills of current UC supervisors and managers. Participants demonstrate management skills in simulations and activities that mirror typical management scenarios. Program Goals The program has been designed to: Promote and support diversity within the UC System Provide networking opportunities with colleagues across the...
By HR Employee and Organization Development |