Harvest Shared Services Center was formed in 2013 to enact a coordinated and efficient structure for delivering academic personnel, human resources, and payroll services. Whether serving academic or staff employees, our focus is to educate, transact, and enforce the "people-related" policies of the college, the campus, and external agencies. See below for detailed information about the services offered, forms you will need, and specific contacts by department.
Harvest Shared Services Center divisions:
Harvest Services provided:
Merit & Promotion
Academic Personnel Analysis
Academic Leave Analysis
Academic Separation Analysis
|Full Accounting Unit (FAU)||Salary Cost Transfer (SCT) Transactions||Offboarding & Onboarding Processes||Position Management|
|Leave Processes||Pay Rate Changes||Additional Compensation Changes||Other Non-FOM Processes|
|Adhoc Reports (as needed)||HR Audits/Data Analyses||Audits of HR Policy Matters||Compliance Training Coordination|
|HR Professional Development/Training||HR Analysis of Policy||Re-classification & Equity Requests||Staff Recruitments|
September 21, 2021
Public lecture to focus on synthetic genome engineering
Lei Stanley Qi of Stanford University will give the 2021 Thomas and Salma Haider Biomedical Breakthrough Lecture at UC Riverside
September 20, 2021
Modern activities follow the contours of ancient Teotihuacan
Lidar mapping study reveals vast landscape modifications that still influence construction and farming
September 17, 2021
Chemical discovery gets reluctant seeds to sprout
Seeds that would otherwise lie dormant will spring to life with the aid of a new chemical discovered by a UC Riverside-led team.
September 17, 2021
Graduate School of Education changes name
Effective Monday, Sept. 20, the Graduate School of Education will officially become the School of Education, or SOE. The new name will reflect the scope of the school’s research, community engagement, and academic programs, specifically the undergraduate degree program, which was approved in 2017 and now accounts for 60% of the school’s enrollment. The simple name change was approved at the University of California-system level in August.