On Jan. 20, 2013, all nonexempt staff employees who are currently paid monthly will transition to a biweekly pay cycle paid hourly.
This change is one of the ways the university is preparing for the implementation of UCPath, a new integrated payroll and human resource information system that will be shared across all UC locations.
The transition process is as follows:
- Employees whose paychecks are processed by UC Davis will begin using a biweekly pay cycle on Jan. 20, 2013.
- Nonexempt employees will be moved to the biweekly pay cycle.
- Employees on the biweekly pay cycle will be paid every other week on Wednesday.
- A transition assistance program is being developed to assist...
Dear ANR Colleagues:
You will be receiving or have already received an email about the Patent Amendment project. It is very important that you respond to this email. The outside vendor working with the Office of the President on the Patent Amendment project started sending emails on Nov. 28 to employees. We are starting to get questions about the Patent Amendment process so we wanted to share the answers to frequently asked questions.
If you haven’t seen it, the email may have gone to your spam folder. Please remember to check your spam or junk mail each day for this email. The email address from the vendor is UC_Patent_Amendment@vres.us.
You need to know your 9-digit employee ID number to complete the...
The University of California is seeking comments on its proposed Phased Retirement Program that would help employees who are 55 or older transition into retirement. Senior Management Group members and academics would not be eligible for this program. The program would be subject to collective bargaining for represented employees.
UC wants to offer this program as an optional tool that locations and organizational units may choose to provide to eligible career staff employees as an opportunity to transition into early retirement. The program would allow staff members to reduce their work hours by at least 10 percent a year over a fixed period, from 120 days up to three years, before retiring. In exchange,...
Guidelines for merit increases for ANR academics and non-represented staff
As a follow up to President Yudof’s August 17 letter about merit-based salary increases for academics and staff, the following guidelines outline how the increases will be implemented.
Information about 2011-12 UC merit increases
· As the president’s letter states, the merit program is aimed at helping UC recruit and retain academics, and also to acknowledge non-represented staff...
As you may know, the UC Board of Regents last November approved funds in UC’s 2011-12 budget to provide a pool for merit-based salary increases for faculty and staff.
I am writing to share with you the letter from President Yudof to chancellors that outlines the general terms of the merit program and explains his decision to exclude senior-level managers from participation. Yudof's letter can be read at http://atyourservice.ucop.edu/news/general/
As President Yudof states, the merit program is aimed at helping recruit and retain...