|Berkeley||The campus provides a temporary “Transition Assistance” Program. The link below contains the overall description of the program and the assistance provided. The program is temporary because there is no ongoing funding for it. The campus cannot commit to providing the ongoing services to any groups.
Following is the link: http://hrweb.berkeley.edu/transition.htm
|Davis||“Career Transition Workshop for UC Davis Employees”
Specifically designed for layoff candidates.
http://lms.ucdavis.edu Career Management
|UCDHS||UCDHS provides an in-depth orientation hosted by various Human Resources units to those who are laid off or reduced in time.
|San Francisco||The campus has an individual solely dedicated to the Preferential Rehire process and Career Development Workshops hosted by our Development & Training department, which are free to employees. Attached are the materials and flyer for the workshops.|
|Los Angeles||Career counseling services that enhance employability including:
Each laid off employee who chooses preferential rehire meets with the Layoff Coordinator to activate their preference and discuss job opportunities in the campus and medical enterprise.
|UCLAMC||Each laid off employee who chooses preferential rehire meets with the layoff intake coordinator to activate their preference and discuss opportunities.
|Riverside||Recall/Pref Rehire policy information by bargaining units at:
http://hr.ucr.edu/docs/labor relations/PrefRehireSeveranceAt-A-Glance%20Aug%202010.pdf Comprehensive collection of resources for laid off employees at the HeRe to Help website: http://hr.ucr.edu/emplovee/heretohelp.html The HR Staff Employment and Development unit provides the following services for the laid off employee:
|Santa Cruz||Right Management Outplacement Services:
Staff Human Resources Lay-off Information Packets-hard copies containing a subset of what is available on-line is provided to the impacted employee along with the layoff notice to include:
|Santa Barbara||The UCSB Career Transition/Outplacement Program provides a wide range of outplacement services and resources at no cost UcSB employees subject to layoff. Outplacement services are optional, individually customized services designed to minimize the impact of layoffs by assisting staff in dealing with job loss and career transition. The UCSB program provides this support through in-kind services offered through various Human Resources units, such as the Academic & Staff Assistance Program, Employment, Benefits, as well as an employer-paid individual career transition sessions provided by a local consultant. More information available at: http://hr.ucsb.edu/labor/ucsbcareertransitionoutplacementprogram.php|
|Irvine||DEVELOPMENTAL OPPORTUNITIES AND COUNSELING SERVICES
STAFF DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING
Regularly scheduled workshops sponsored by Human Resources are available free of charge during the first six months of the Preferential Rehire period. Some restrictions may apply to courses that are specifically related to University functions or presented by facilitators other than Human Resources staff.A list of courses can be found on the Human Resources website at www.hr.uci.edu – click on Development and Training.UCI EXTENSION WOMEN AND MEN’S OPPORTUNITIES CENTER
The UCI Extension Women’s Opportunities Center (WOC) provides career, educational and personal guidance to women and men throughout the community. The Center offers career counseling, workshops, networking and access to the Career Resource Center for the latest reference materials including the internet. For a full listing of their offerings visit www.unex.uci.edu/woc.
Employee Assistance Program
An enhanced Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available to faculty and staff employed on campus. EAP now includes three different components: clinical, personal, and work/life services. This program will be administered by Cascade Centers, with oversight from Human Resources. The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a free confidential service. All of the services provided under EAR are available by a single point of contact via a toll-free telephone number at (800) 433-2320, 24/7. Multilingual counselors are also available. Faculty, academics, and staff need to identify themselves as employees of UC Irvine.More information about these services is also available from the “Employee Assistance” section of the Cascade Centers Web site at http://www.cascadecenters.com. Employees can watch an orientation video.
There are two elements to the UC1Re-employment Program.
The first element involves continuation of the employee’s medical insurance coverage for an additional four months beyond that which would normally occur, unless specifically declined by the employee. The University will pay the employer portion of the medical insurance premium and the employee will be responsible for their portion of the gross premium, including any administrative fees. The Benefits Department is available for assistance in coordinating such additional coverage.The second element establishes an additional incentive for managers filling vacant positions to give serious consideration to employees being laid off or to individuals already on the preferential rehire list. When a campus department hires such an individual, funding for one full month of the person’s salary will be provided through centralized funding sources. This, coupled with the six-month trial employment period, not only provides a direct reemployment incentive but also recognizes the re-training costs often experienced by hiring departments. This incentive is available for UCI Campus-funded career positions filled by laid-off UCI Campus employees.
|UCIMC||No additional programs for TX employees. No RX employees at the
|San Diego||There are variables in terms of what is offered based on the appointment type (MSP/PSS) and if the laid off employee selected severance or preferential rehire but here are some of the basics we offer all layoffs.
– Resume review services
|UCSDMC||UCDHS provides an in-depth orientation hosted by various Human Resources units to those who are laid off or reduced in time.
|Merced||Refer to UCOP Website employment site, so that the person was made aware of employment opportunities in the System.|
|LBNL||The Lab has a contract with an outplacement company, Torchiana, Mastrov and Sapiro. The standard is for employees affected by layoff to be offered a 4-hour session with TMS; the services will be tailored to the individual’s needs (career counseling, resume writing, interview skills workshop, etc.). This service is paid for by the division and it is optional. In some cases, divisions choose not to offer it (this generally happens when the laid off employees are in scientific positions and the division doesn’t feel the services TMS provides will be useful). There have also been situations in which a division has chosen to offer up to 30 days of career counseling to some individuals.|