I am writing to share important changes to UC policy regarding sexual violence and sexual harassment and to offer a reminder about the resources available to the ANR community. All UC locations have been working together to update policies and procedures, and a few recent changes deserve special notice.
The UC Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy now requires every ANR employee to notify the Title IX office when they receive information from a UC student about an alleged violation. Although most ANR academics and staff do not...
As described in Human Resources' Oct. 14, ANR Update email, the UC Fair Wage/Fair Work Plan became effective Oct. 1, 2015. It is important to note that the plan applies not only to UC personnel, but also to contractors/vendors doing business with and providing services to UC. The UC Fair Wage/Fair Work Plan also provides measures to ensure contractor compliance including a dedicated telephone hotline (1-855-WAGES-UC) and webpage by which contract workers may...
UC Office of the President recently announced the implementation of a new minimum wage policy for UC employees. All appointment types, 50% or more, are eligible with the exception of Student titles. No UC ANR employees will be affected this fiscal year by the policy, however new vendor contracts will be affected and ANR will need to ensure compliance. The policy is effective on October 1, 2015, and is described below. If you have specific questions regarding the policy or how it will affect the employees in your unit, please contact UC ANR Human Resources.
Executive Director, UC ANR Human Resources
Linda Marie Manton
After an extensive search, I am pleased to announce the appointment of John Fox as Executive Director – Human Resources for the Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources. In this position, effective October 1, 2015, John will assume the responsibilities of the consolidated human resources organization, as Linda Manton prepares to transition into her planned retirement.
John comes to ANR with extensive experience working with Office of the President HR policies, issues management, benefits and training programs. He has over twenty years of progressive leadership and human resources experience with the University of California.
For the past five years, John has served as the Executive Director for UC...
Dear UC ANR Colleagues,
UC is launching its annual medical plans satisfaction survey to learn more about what faculty, academics, and staff employees think about the University of California's medical plans.
Feedback from the survey helps UC Systemwide Human Resources plan for and shape future benefits offerings.
This year more than 32,000 randomly selected faculty, academic, staff, retirees and their spouses/domestic partners will be invited to complete the survey. DSS Research is conducting the survey on behalf of the university.
Beginning May 4, this randomly selected group will receive an email at their work email address from University of California Human Resources (