Traffic delays should be expected those days with a full closure on Sept. 14 from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m.
The UCPath system will be unavailable to all UC employees twice during August and September 2019.
The program, which will start in January, is designed to foster professional and career development.
As of July 1 those without a UCLA transit pass can experience the same convenience as pass holders by paying a reduced fare on a TAP card.
If you’re planning to attend the UCLA All-Staff Picnic on Thursday, Aug. 8, don’t forget to pick up your complimentary ticket, which is required to get your free lunch.
The UCLA Office of Annual Giving is looking for volunteers to participate in a video that will be filmed on campus to promote its eighth annual Blue and Gold Challenge.
Classes will be offered at locations throughout campus and no membership is required.
“UC’s Staff Engagement Survey helps us take a clear, honest look at what it’s like to work for UC,” said Dwaine Duckett, vice president of systemwide human resources.
UCLA Staff Assembly will host the “Invest in U Summit” in Carnesale Commons from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Registering vehicles and paying for parking permits will now be done online through the Bruin ePermit system. The deadline is May 31.
The survey focuses on employee engagement and will help determine areas of progress as well areas that may need improvement.
All proceeds from the annual run/walk go toward staff scholarships for professional development.
Program criteria and application/nomination forms are available on the Staff Assembly awards and scholarships page.
The board meets three times a year to discuss issues of interest to UCRS members, retirees and beneficiaries.
The program was created to help staff become prepared to move into leadership positions by fostering career development and building professional networks.
The application period is now open through April 1, 2019, for a two-year term that runs from July 2019 until July 2021.
My UC Career can help employees better communicate their job experiences and make connections with colleagues.
All University of California employees will not have access to UCPath online from the periods of March 1 through 7 and again March 14 through 20.
In the coming weeks, UC employees and retirees will receive 1095-B and/or 1095-C forms verifying their health coverage for 2018.
Participants can join walks, receive a free screening from UCLA Health and get a free t-shirt.
UCLA Travel Services hosts a travel fair to help UCLA students, staff and faculty get where they need and want to go.
TIE-INS enables children of UCLA employees to attend certain LAUSD schools including families that live outside of the school’s attendance area. Deadline to apply is April 1.
The campus will reopen on Wednesday, Jan. 2. For UCLA employees, the 11-day closure includes four university-paid holidays and three non-holidays.
Campus Human Resources and the UCLA Emeriti/Retirees Relations Center are offering a three-part workshop series to help staff plan their retirements.
UCLA Recreation invites everyone to sign up for the annual event, and for extra motivation participants can earn a 2-in-1 neck warmer/hat.