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.
University employees affected by the wildfires can receive accommodations from their benefit plans.
The Fiat Lux advisory committee is now accepting seminar proposals for UCLA’s 100th anniversary.
UCLA employees will now have a UCPath ID alongside their UCLA ID.
Employees will only have access to view and download information from AYSO once UCPath goes live.
Yearlong program is designed to foster career development, provide skill-building opportunities and support university diversity efforts.
There will be no significant changes to the retiree health program for 2019, while UC human resources continues to plan ways to sustain health benefits for retirees.
The deadline for submitting nominations is 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 10.
Staff Assembly is looking for volunteers to help out in 30-minute shifts during the picnic, which will be held Thursday, Aug. 2.
The new security feature will help safeguard University of California employees’ information while using the retirement planning website.
The UCLA Office of Interdisciplinary and Cross Campus Affairs is opening applications to two funding opportunities.
UCLA staff and faculty can still contribute to the organization’s work to abolish poverty through addressing homelessness, financial instability and lack of education.
Staff, as well as faculty and students are invited to participate in the 5th Annual True Bruin Move and Groove Virtual 5K.
Randomly selected faculty, staff and retirees (as well as their spouses or domestic partners) will receive requests to participate.
The UCLA Staff Assembly and Campus Human Resources will host a forum to discuss what was learned from the survey.
The grants support curricular experimentation and development and instructional improvement of undergraduate offerings.
Applications for award honoring innovation in information technology are being accepted through May 18.
AB 168 prohibits employers from inquiring into a job applicant’s salary history and UC has a new toolkit to help departments affected by the changes.
There are two funds taxpayers have the option to choose on the California 540 Income Tax Return form.