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The following training sessions are conducted by the HRPCN staff. Please contact the HRPCNorth@ucla.edu if you are interested in attending any of these training courses. You may also contact HRPCNorth@ucla.edu if you wish to have a custom departmental training session set up for your staff.
|Disciplinary Q&A Sessions (Available Upon Request)||Varies|
|Electronic Worker’s Compensation Reporting/1st Report||TBD|
|Kronos Editor Training||2 hours|
|Payroll Processes, Employee Actions and Contact Information||2 hours|
|PeopleAdmin, The Hiring Process, EEOC/AA, Interviewing||1.5 hours|
|Performance Evaluation||1 hour|
|Personalized PeopleAdmin Trainings||30 mins-1 hour|
|The Disciplinary Process||2 hours|
|Worker’s Compensation and Leave/Benefits||2 hours|
Kronos Training Sessions Schedule
Signing up for the Kronos Editor Training session is easy. Select our link to be directed to the self-scheduling module to view when the next available training is scheduled: https://hrpcnorth.as.me/KronosEditorTrainingSignUp
Should you have any questions or experience any issues, please email HRPCNorth@ucla.edu or call (310) 825-5951.
Additional Training Sessions and Programs
UCPath New Hire Process Training Session
On December 6th, 2018, HRPC – North presented the “UCPath New Hire Process Training” session, which goes over the changes in the new hire process the came with UCPath. The session goes over:
- Position Control
- Person Organizational (Org) Summary
- New Hire Process
- UCPath Personnel Action Form
- Payroll Processing Calendar
- Special Handling of Checks
You can download the PowerPoint presentation and video record of the session below.
UCLA Management Enrichment Program
Campus Human Resources is pleased to announce the new UCLA Management Enrichment Program (MEP) and requests nominations for participation in this high-level management development program. MEP is designed to provide a framework for enhancing decision-making and leadership skills, particularly in key areas such as strategic planning, financial and human resource management, along with achieving an understanding of the context in which decisions are made at UCLA. A core element of this cohort-based program is the opportunity to strengthen participants’ professional network and introduce high-potential managers to decision makers at UCLA.
Following an initial pilot program in 2016-17, we are delighted that Vice Chancellors Michael Beck and Steven Olsen have agreed to serve as program sponsors. Based on feedback from the inaugural offering, the program has been updated to include additional interactive sessions with senior managers, facilitated panel discussions, and UCLA-relevant case studies. The program will also include individual projects to be identified by participants and designed to meet department objectives by applying the knowledge gained through MEP.
If you have any questions, please contact Rejeana Mathis, CHR Management Development Manager, for program information.