The UC ANR Training Coordination Committee is sponsoring “Crucial Conversations” training on Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 3-4, 2015, in Davis. The training will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Nov. 3 and from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Nov. 4.
Training is open to all UC ANR academics, UC ANR staff employees and Cooperative Extension county-paid employees who have not taken the Crucial Conversations training in the past. All expenses related to the training (registration fee, travel, lodging, meals and training materials) will be reimbursed by ANR funds according to UC travel policy.
Twenty (20) participants will be accepted to the training. Individuals selected to participate in the training will need to...
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 (
You may have seen an announcement from UCOP regarding the implementation of the UC Phased Retirement Program for January 1, 2015, through December 31, 2019. The intent of the Phased Retirement Program is to help eligible employees who are 55 years or older transition into retirement and allow for longer-term planning for employees, their families and the unit they work in.
ANR has decided that it will not offer the program in 2015 to avoid adding to the workload of our already thin workforce. One of the primary guidelines in the program prohibits the department from adding capacity to offset a participating employee's reduction in time.
Linda Marie Manton, Executive Director
- Author: Pamela Kan-Rice
As announced in the April 8, 2014, ANR Update by UC ANR Vice President Barbara Allen-Diaz, UC ANR Academics and Non-represented Staff Employees will receive a 3 percent salary increase effective July 1, 2014. In the announcement, the vice president stated that guidelines would be forthcoming. Attached please find the 2014-15 3 percent salary increase guidelines for academics and non-represented staff.
Should you have questions regarding the salary guidelines, please contact Kimberly Rodrigues, executive director of the Academic Personnel Unit, at email@example.com or Linda Marie Manton, executive director of the Staff Personnel Unit, at
- Author: Pamela Kan-Rice
I am pleased to inform you that at the direction of President Janet Napolitano, the University is making plans to implement a systemwide salary increase program for policy-covered (non-represented) career staff employees and faculty/academics for the 2014-15 fiscal year.
Non-represented staff employees
Effective July 2014, ANR non-represented career staff employees, excluding student employees, will receive a three (3) percent across the board salary increase, subject to the criteria set out in the implementation guidelines that will be communicated to you in the near future. Please review the guidelines for further information.
The effective date of the increase...