Navigating UCOP: Quick reference guide

This collection of tools and resources will help employees orient themselves to the UCOP community and navigate their way through commonly-used procedures and services.

UCnet Link

UCnet is the systemwide website for UC staff, faculty and retirees. You’ll find news about the university and its people as well as important information about working at UC, including benefits, policies and compensation.

UCOP Employee networking and interest groups

These groups have been created to help maintain a work environment that is inviting, nurturing, and hospitable to all employees. All OP staff are invited to participate.

UCOP Connect Link

UCOP Connect is a private LinkedIn group for UCOP staff. The group is designed to foster connection and collaboration among staff at all UCOP’s locations. It is a great place to share ideas or experiences, tell work-related stories and ask questions.

OP Communications Advisory Subcommittee

The OP Communications Advisory Subcommittee is a subcommittee of the UCOP Staff Assembly (OPSA) and will serve in an advisory capacity to OP Staff Assembly and UCOP Internal Communications on issues involving communications with UCOP employees.

Staff advisors to the regents Link

Two Staff Advisors participate in the deliberative process and provide a staff perspective to the regents.

Council of UC Staff Assemblies (CUCSA) Link

CUCSA maintains and enhances communication within the university community on matters of interest to staff employees in accordance with California laws and regental policy.

2012 Staff Engagement Survey Results

Results of a survey conducted in May-July, 2012 designed to assess the state of engagement of the UC workforce systemwide and how it differs according to key organizational segments and demographics.

2015 Staff Engagement Survey Results

Results of the Staff Engagement survey conducted Q2 of 2015 designed to (a) understand the current state of engagement of the UC workforce system-wide; (b) determine what drives engagement at UC; and (c) identify strengths to build on and opportunities to address.

Staff Appreciation Link

Got someone you appreciate for a job well done, a brilliant idea, or a helping hand?