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Proposed Local Implementing Procedure - Whistleblower Protection Policy Request for Comments

Request for Comments – Proposed Local Im plementing Procedure - Whistleblower Protection Policy This local procedure relates to the UC Whistleblower Protection Policy , which is the complaint procedure for employees (and certain others) who believe they have been retaliated against for filing a whistleblower complaint (or engaging in certain other...
By Kiersten Boyce |

Request for Comments – Proposed Title IX Regulations from the U.S. Department of Education

UC President Napolitano, in response to the recently released proposed Title IX rules, is soliciting input from the UC community. The proposed Title IX rules are available here . To facilitate this process, community members are encouraged to submit their input to the Office of the President directly via an online survey here . The section numbers...
By Kiersten Boyce |

UCPath will be offline Saturday morning

Dear Colleagues, Due to maintenance needs, UCPath online will be unavailable to all users on Saturday, December 8th from 12 a.m. to 10 a.m. If you have any IT related questions, please contact the Enterprise Operations Center at eoc2@ucop.edu or (510) 987-0363. For any other questions/concerns about the unavailability please use the “Ask UCPath...
By FOM/UC Path Project Team |

Information on W-2s, Benefits, Taxes and pay

Dear Colleagues, As 2018 ends there are some important reminders and announcements related to your W-2s, Benefits, Taxes and Pay, taxes and benefits. Some may require action on your part. W-2 Information W-2 Statements and Important Security Reminders UC does not send actual W-2 statements to employees by email or text. You must log in to UCPath...
By FOM/UC Path Project Team |

Presidential Task Force on UC Policing Seeks Feedback on Draft Recommendations

In early 2018 UC President Janet Napolitano established a Task Force on Universitywide Policing. This task force has developed draft recommendations and is now soliciting comments and feedback from each campus. There are recommendations relating to: Complaints regarding UC police officers Use of force Independent advisory boards Community...
By Tim Willette |

2018-19 Winter Holiday Closure

As in previous years, UCR plans to observe a Winter Holiday Closure during the 2018-2019 holiday season. The campus is scheduled to close beginning Saturday, December 22, 2018, and will reopen on Wednesday, January 2, 2019. Pursuant to Personnel Policy 2.210: Absence from Work and relevant provisions of our collective bargaining agreements, the...
By Human Resources |

Save the date for VC BAS candidate presentations

I am pleased to announce that four candidates have been selected to visit campus to interview for the position of Vice Chancellor for Business and Administrative Services. Each candidates’ application materials will be available on the Executive Searches website 48 hours before their interview, and will be accessible by using a UCR CAS login. Each...
By Kim Wilcox |

Exam printing changes

As part of a premier institution, we have the critically important job of maintaining the academic mission of UC Riverside. A crucial part of academic integrity is the security of exams. Countless hours are spent developing challenging and comprehensive exams to test the effectiveness of instruction. It’s for this reason why UCR Printing &...
By Mike Clemons |

Survey: UCR Messaging Initiative

We at UC Riverside are always challenging ourselves to aim higher and think bigger. To do this effectively, we need feedback from all of our stakeholders. We are conducting a survey with our new marketing agency, 160over90, to better understand your needs and priorities. We encourage you to tell us everything about your experience with UCR. What do...
By Kim Wilcox |
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