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.
UCLA’s annual winter closure reduces energy consumption, costs.
The surveys were completed by more than 4,700 employees and retirees in UC-sponsored non-Medicare plans.
Open enrollment begins at 8 a.m., Thursday, Oct. 26 and will end at 5 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 21.
This change takes eff Jan. 1, 2018
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.
On Wednesday, March 15, randomly selected faculty, staff and retirees (as well as their spouses or domestic partners) will begin receiving requests to participate in the annual medical plan satisfaction survey.
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.
UCLA's annual winter closure reduces energy consumption, costs.
This year’s Open Enrollment for employees of the University of California ends soon — 5 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 22.
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.
UCLA managers are invited to apply by Nov. 2 for scholarships to three programs at UCLA Anderson School of Management.
The University of California is changing its voluntary disability insurance options to give all eligible employees — those currently covered and those not enrolled — new options for protecting their finances.
Disclosure of employee compensation data for 2015 is part of the university's commitment to being transparent and publicly accountable for its conduct.
The launch includes a wide range of educational resources to help eligible employees learn about their options and make informed decisions.
UC’s employee medical plans offer online video access to consult with a physician or behavioral health provider.
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.
Staff and faculty may view their 2016 Retirement Review statement at www.myUCretirement.com, a newly launched tablet- and smartphone- friendly website to bring retirement information to your fingertips.
Jeff Butler has been appointed to the newly created position of chief administrative officer of the UCLA Health Faculty Practice Group, effective April 1.
The UCLA Emeriti/Retirees Relations Center asks UCLA employees and retirees for feedback on services to current and retired faculty and staff.
The University of California will be sending out new tax forms required by the Affordable Care Act.
No changes are being made to UCRP benefits payable as basic retirement income.