Open Enrollment begins at 8 a.m., Thursday, Oct. 25 and ends at 5 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 20.
Effective Jan. 1, 2019, the University of California will offer access to benefits based on the same eligibility criteria for all domestic partners.
The Retiree Health Benefits Working Group is composed of 16 University of California faculty, current staff and retirees.
Open enrollment begins at 8 a.m., Thursday, Oct. 26 and will end at 5 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 21.
Under the new policy job applicants will no longer be asked to check a box on the initial employment application indicating whether they have been convicted of a crime.
If you are selected as part of this reverification process, Secova will request information verifying the current eligibility of your spouse or domestic partner, grandchildren or legal wards.
The University of California's Open Enrollment for employee changes to medical and other benefits closes in one week.
Check out the results of a UC-wide survey as you consider making changes to your health plans during Open Enrollment.
Disclosure of employee compensation data for 2015 is part of the university's commitment to being transparent and publicly accountable for its conduct.
The UC regents today approved a new retirement program for future UC employees as part of a broader effort to maintain the university’s excellence and sustain its long-term financial health.
The vast majority of policy-covered UCLA staff members feel they have a clear understanding of how their jobs contribute to their department’s goals and feel proud to be associated with UCLA and UC, according to a survey.
UCLA managers can sharpen their leadership skills in programs at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.
Following an extensive nationwide search, Susi J. Takeuchi has been appointed as chief human resource and organization development officer for UCLA Health Sciences, effective Oct. 19.
President Napolitano has appointed a systemwide task force of UC faculty, staff and administrators to help develop a new set of retirement benefits options for UC to offer future employees hired on or after July 1, 2016.
A new University of California video, ‘Preparing for Retirement,’ guides faculty and staff through the process of retirement.
University of California employees are invited to vote for new representatives on the UC Retirement System (UCRS) Advisory Board May 19-June 17.
University of California Human Resources is launching its annual medical plan satisfaction survey on Monday, May 4.
The University of California is streamlining the menu of investment funds available to employees through the UC Retirement Savings Program (RSP) — 403(b), 457(b), and Defined Contribution Plans.
Rejeana Mathis, 2014-25 president of UCLA Staff Assembly, has led hundreds of staff and faculty in dozens of classes, workshops and retreats in her role as a management development coordinator with Campus Human Resources.
Stability is the watchword for this fall’s Open Enrollment. All of the current medical plans will be available in 2015, with a few benefits enhancements and no major changes.
Employee contributions to the University of California retirement plan will increase on July 1, 2014.
The University of California was informed today (March 28) that members of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) voted to ratify a contract agreement with UC. In response to the ratification, Dwaine Duckett, UC’s ...
The UC Office of the President issued a new policy that prohibits sexual harassment and sexual violence, provides support for victims and outlines training for faculty, staff and students.
The Office of the President (OP) is launching a new website on Feb. 6 that aims to make life easier for faculty, staff and retirees. The new site, called UCnet, is the fruit of more than two years of development by OP’s communications...
Did you end up enrolled in the wrong medical plan for 2014? UC made significant changes to its medical plan offerings for 2014, and some faculty and staff who did not make selections during Open Enrollment may have been defaulted to a plan...