ANR has been informed that UC Davis will be mailing letters regarding the bi-weekly pay conversion to all affected (non-exempt) staff employees whose paychecks are generated by the Davis campus. These letters will be mailed to the affected employee’s home address.
ANR encourages ANR staff employees, directors and supervisors to visit the ANR Bi-weekly Pay Website at http://ucanr.edu/sites/payroll_info. The information on this site has been specifically tailored for ANR employees and will be updated regularly as we receive additional information. The website provides FAQs and general information (in English and Spanish) about the payroll conversion, as well as a general list...
President Yudof has asked us to share his following message with you.
With the November election looming, I am writing to encourage all members of the University of California community – students, faculty, staff and alumni – to exercise your right to vote. The decisions made on Tuesday, November 6, will be of great importance for all America, with the presidency and control of Congress on the line. But here in California, the election also could prove pivotal to the University of California and its immediate future.
I refer to Proposition 30, one of 11 statewide initiatives on the California ballot. This initiative, advanced by Governor Brown, would increase income and sales...
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...
Next Monday, Oct. 29, ANR employees will begin receiving emails inviting you to participate in ANR’s work environment assessment project. We want to know about your experiences working for ANR, and what we can do to make them better. Your input is vital to making UC and ANR a better place to work.
ANR is participating with the rest of the UC system in conducting this survey to gather a wide variety of data related to work environments and work-life issues as part of our commitment to creating and supporting inclusive and welcoming environments on our campuses and across all of our statewide locations.
Participation is voluntary, but we want everyone to have the opportunity to be...
ANR is soliciting nominations for a member of the ANR Program Council who can provide the perspective of county-based Cooperative Extension to inform Program Council discussions and recommendations.
The ANR Program Council advises the Vice President on Division-wide planning and delivery of programs and develops recommendations for allocation of ANR resources. The council is comprised of the Associate Director, Cooperative Extension & Agricultural Experiment Station; Executive Associate Deans from the colleges within ANR at UCD, UCB and UCR; ANR Strategic Initiative Leaders; and two representatives from county-based UC Cooperative Extension. The term for one county-based Cooperative Extension representative, Steve...