Rather than approve a system wide five-day curtailment program, UCOP has now punted the issue of staff cutbacks to the individual campuses. Recently UCOP issues guidelines
A couple of weeks ago, UC announced that they were considering a proposal that would “curtail” a minimum of five paid workdays for staff throughout
While UCSF non-represented staff absorb our new reality of salary freezes with no raises in sight, policy-covered employees experience an uncanny willingness to suffer in
The UC Administrative Professionals Network has distributed three different surveys to UC administrative staff over the past 18 months to understand staff opinions on workload
The findings in this UCAPN report indicate that unrepresented administrative professionals at UCLA and UCSF are grossly underpaid and overworked when compared to similar university
A string of cyberattacks against universities — the most recent against the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine — has left institutions with
New rankings for 2020-21 from U.S. News & World Report identify the best hospitals, with Southern Californians having access to top care.
By Lani Richardson, Retired UC Coordinator, Teamster and Organizer with the UC Administrative Professionals Network One of the most important distinctions between policy-covered workers (like