UCLA employees need to purchase a permit by July 30, but they can select a future start date up to Jan. 3, 2022.
This guide is the result of the ongoing efforts of the Reinventing the UCLA Workplace of the Future Work Group.
The Ahmanson-Murphy Reading Room will temporarily close to accommodate critical infrastructure work.
Starting in 2022, the university will observe the holiday according to the federal calendar.
The University of California has introduced the Pay for Family Care and Bonding program and the Adoption Assistance Plan.
The UCLA COVID-19 Response and Recovery Task Force has created a resource to answer questions about the phased return to campus.
A Return to Rec membership and a reservation will be required.
Chandra Bhatnagar, UCLA’s assistant vice chancellor for civil rights, will speak at the event.
The COVID-19 Response and Recovery Task Force will host a virtual town hall meeting for faculty and staff.
Panelists will answer questions from the UCLA campus community on the Accellion security incident at the UC Office of the President.
All UCLA and UCLA Health faculty, staff and student workers must complete the state-mandated training.
Paul Wells, UCLA’s crime prevention officer, will give a presentation on how to keep your digital identity safe.
The faculty and staff town hall will include an update on how and when in-person work will return.
In recognition of the many challenges UC employees continue to face, the University has decided to offer all University employees additional leave.
In these Zoom retirement sessions, Fidelity experts will help UCLA staff with preparing for retirement.
The event will include discussions on new opportunities for the spring quarter, where we are in our recovery planning and our current assumptions about the fall.
The UCLA Staff Assembly will offer an award of up to $500 for career enhancement and professional growth.
The UCLA COVID-19 Response and Recovery Task Force and UCLA Health remain committed to keeping the Bruin community up to date with accurate information.
The Council on Research’s Bridge Research Grant will provide up to $2,500 during 2021–22.
UCLA will close for its annual winter break from Saturday, Dec. 19, to Sunday, Jan. 3, 2021.
The UCPath system will be unavailable to all UC employees for several days in December, while UCPath transitions to a new web hosting provider.
The program is a two-quarter “accelerator” designed to advance academic projects into new startup companies.
The open enrollment to select a new health plan takes place from 8 a.m. on Oct. 29 through 5 p.m. on Nov. 24.
The temporary change in UC’s Absence from Work policy provides additional relief for parents balancing work and child care responsibilities and expires Dec. 31.
Priority areas are: diversity and inclusion; career development; working relationships; performance management; and organizational change.