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Human Resources hosted a town hall webinar July 29 on the staff performance appraisal process and the 2016 staff merit pay program. The session included opening remarks from VP Glenda Humiston followed by an update from John Fox, ANR Human Resources.
For employees who were unable to participate, the session was recorded and available for viewing on the ANR HR website.
View the recorded webinar on ReadyTalk (Flash required)
Human Resources invites you to join an ANR town hall webinar on the staff performance appraisal process and the 2016 staff merit pay program. The session will include opening remarks from VP Glenda Humiston followed by an update from John Fox, ANR Human Resources.
Who: Open to all ANR staff, supervisors and directors.
When: 10 a.m. – 11 a.m., Friday, July 29.
The update will be delivered as a webinar. To access the webinar go to www.readytalk.com
- Dial: 866-740-1260 You'll need to dial in to hear the audio
- Access code: 7520495
Lines are limited so please view the webinar in groups, if possible. If you are in the ANR building in Davis, please gather in the Valley Room for the webinar.
For those unable to participate live, the session will be recorded and available for viewing on the ANR HR website.
Executive Director of Human Resources
Apply now to serve on the UC ANR Peer Review Committee to review academic merit and promotion requests for Cooperative Extension advisors. The new Peer Review Committee will replace the Senior Administrative Council, or SAC, which was composed of the three regional directors and four program leaders and chaired by the associate VP.
This new committee will be chaired by Kimberly Rodrigues, executive director for Academic Personnel, and include seven advisors. The members will serve 2- to 3-year overlapping terms to ensure consistency in the review process. The work of this committee requires concentrated effort/review between April-May. Ad hoc peer review committees will be developed for promotions.
Sept. 9 is the deadline for applying to be part of this important process.
For more information and the application, please see http://ucanr.org/sites/anrstaff/files/47841.doc.