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|
November 30, 2023
Money to burn: wealthy, white neighborhoods losing their heat shields
A new study shows the protective effect of income has largely eroded over the past 40 years, as landscape plants can’t keep up with the pace of climate warming.
November 29, 2023
Findings challenge standard understanding of COVID-19 infection
UC Riverside research can help scientists develop methods to prevent COVID-19 in mink and other species
November 28, 2023
Online consumers shy away from sponsored product listings
A UCR-led study finds that online consumers view sponsored product listings with suspicion when they shop on major platforms, such as Amazon and eBay. Shoppers often prefer to click on what are called “organic” listings that appear high in their product search results but are not sponsored.
November 21, 2023
One of the world’s worst pests attacks California
One of the world’s worst pests is infesting crops all over California. There are seven active quarantines spanning the length of the state, but experts say those affecting San Bernardino and Riverside counties are especially serious.