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First 20 ANR@Work raffle winners chosen, complete survey by April 3

On March 17, each academic and staff member should have received an email from “Glenda Humiston <satsurvey@ucanr.edu>” containing a unique link to the survey. Please do not delete the emailed invitation as it is the only way to access the survey and cannot be replaced. 

The ANR@Work Survey has the subject line “ANR@Work Survey - INVITATION - DO NOT DELETE.” The ANR@Work Survey will be open through April 3. It is an opportunity for all academics and staff to provide feedback about their experience working at UC ANR. 

To thank you for your time and to encourage participation, everyone who completes the survey will have the option to participate in a raffle for a $75 gift card. We will award 40 gift cards through random drawings during the survey period. 

ANR HR will reach out to each of the raffle winners to arrange for delivery of the gift cards to their home address.

The following are the first 20 raffle winners: 

  • Stacey Amparano
  • Jackie Barahona
  • Greg Douhan
  • Eli Figueroa
  • Marie Hernandez-Vega
  • Larissa Leavens
  • Danielle Lee
  • Peggy Lemaux
  • David Lile
  • Luzanne Martin
  • Sandra Osterman
  • Erin Paradis
  • Matthew Shapero
  • Shulamit Shroder
  • Alison Smith
  • Duane Soares
  • Bill Stewart
  • Amber Viveros
  • Clara Wilshire
  • Christopher Wong

The remaining 20 gift cards will be split between raffle drawings on Tuesday, March 31, and Monday, April 6. 

The UC ANR community is founded on principles strengthened by common goals, shared interests, camaraderie and a passion for improving the quality of life in all communities. We all have the right to work in an environment that promotes fairness, trust, respect, and physical and emotional safety and security. Your anonymous survey responses will contribute to our efforts to create the best possible work environment for all of us.

The 2020 survey results will establish a baseline for continually assessing UC ANR's work environment.

If you have questions about the survey, please contact us at satsurvey@ucanr.edu.

 

 

Posted on Thursday, March 26, 2020 at 12:58 PM
Tags: Human Resources (23), March 2020 (14)

Make your voice heard in the ANR@Work Survey

Another survey is about to land in your inbox, but this one is special. The ANR@Work Survey – which will be open from March 17 through April 3 – is the opportunity for all academics and staff to provide feedback about their experience working at UC ANR. 

The UC ANR community is founded on principles strengthened by common goals, shared interests, camaraderie and a passion for improving the quality of life in all communities. We all have the right to work in an environment that promotes fairness, trust, respect, and physical and emotional safety and security. Your anonymous survey responses will contribute to our efforts to create the best possible work environment for all of us.

On March 17, each academic and staff member will receive an email from “ANR satsurvey” containing a unique link to the survey. Please do not delete the emailed invitation, as it will be the only way to access the survey and cannot be replaced. 

To thank you for your time and to encourage participation, everyone who completes the survey will have the option to participate in a raffle for a $75 gift card. We will award 40 gift cards through random drawings during the survey period. 

The survey is being administered by UC San Diego; they have been administering a similar survey for more than 20 years on their campus.

We plan to repeat the survey annually for at least five years. The 2020 survey results will establish a baseline for continually assessing UC ANR's work environment.

If you have questions about the survey, please contact us at satsurvey@ucanr.edu.

Posted on Friday, February 28, 2020 at 10:47 AM

Refresher training on staff hiring process March 5

Training on the staff hiring process is being offered by Human Resources for anyone who is involved in employee recruiting and hiring, including supervisors and office staff who assist in recruitments.

The new HR systems for hiring have been in place for a few months now. Do you have any questions or need a refresher now that you've had a chance to navigate it a bit?

Please join HR on Thursday, March 5, at 10 a.m. to review some staff recruiting process slides and get your questions answered. Please register at  http://ucanr.edu/survey/survey.cfm?surveynumber=29644.

For more information about the training, contact Patricia Glass, HR business systems analyst, at (530) 750-1324 or pglass@ucanr.edu.

Posted on Monday, February 24, 2020 at 5:54 PM
Tags: February 2020 (18), hiring (1), Human Resources (23)

New ANR employees should register for Nov. 13 Administrative Orientation

Registration is open for the Nov. 13 Administrative Orientation for newer ANR employees. It will be held at the UC ANR Building at 2801 Second Street in Davis.

All UC ANR Employees – academics, staff and affiliated staff on campuses, in counties and at research and extension centers – who have not participated in an administrative orientation should participate. Register at https://ucanr.edu/survey/survey.cfm?surveynumber=28133.

The ANR Programmatic Orientation for academics is being planned for April 2020 at the Kearney Agricultural Research & Extension Center in Parlier. It's beneficial for academics to attend both orientation sessions.

The Programmatic Orientation is designed to help academics jump start their programs by focusing on program design and showcasing successful projects of other ANR academics.

Although the Administrative Orientation introduces statewide programs, it focuses on administrative units and services and provides an overview of ANR structure, vision and mission. 

For more orientation information, visit https://ucanr.edu/sites/orientations.

New employees can also find helpful information in the New ANR Employee Guide.

Posted on Wednesday, September 25, 2019 at 6:39 PM

UC Disability Survey Launches Oct. 7

UC embraces diversity in the workplace and is committed to providing a supportive environment for all faculty, staff and students. This October, as we celebrate National Disability Employment Awareness Month, we ask all of UC's faculty and staff to help assess UC's efforts at becoming a more inclusive community by completing a voluntary one-question survey about their disability status. The survey will be open from Oct. 7 through Nov. 15, 2019.

On Monday, Oct. 7, UC faculty and staff will receive an email from the sender UC Disability Survey (ucdisabilitysurvey@willistowerswatson.com) with a secure link to the voluntary survey. Faculty and staff without an email address on file will receive a paper survey by mail. UC has hired Willis Towers Watson to administer the survey on its behalf, and all information collected in the survey will remain confidential. More information about UC's privacy policy is available.

As a recipient of federal funds, the University of California and other Federal government contractors are required to invite employees to self-identify their disability status every five (5) years. Although your participation is completely voluntary, we encourage you to take a minute to complete the one-question survey as soon as you receive it. UC will use the data collected to measure our employment practices and recruitment efforts, and the quality of our data depends on the participation of as many faculty and staff as possible.

UC provides reasonable accommodation to employees who are disabled or become disabled and need assistance to perform the essential functions of their positions. If you need accommodations, please reach out to the disability manager at your location. For more information, see the Staff policy on reasonable accommodations or the Reasonable accommodation policy for academic appointees.

 

Posted on Monday, September 23, 2019 at 8:31 AM

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