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Human Resources

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HARVEST provides a variety of Human Resources for the College of Natural & Agricultural Sciences:

 

HR Services
 

  • Adhoc reports (as needed)
  • HR Audits/data analyses
  • Periodic audits of HR policy matters
  • Compliance Training Coordination (compliance, ethics, sexual harassment, lab safety, etc.)
  • HR Professional Development/Training - Procedure/Guidelines/Self Help tools, communication regarding training opportunities & requirements, etc.
  • HR Analysis of Policy; Labor Relations consultation; approval of action
  • Re-classification and Equity requests; HR Analysis of request 
  • Staff Recruitments (including Limited Appointments); HR-Analysis of classification/request; Near Relative Requests Analysis; Retiree Request Analysis; Affirmative Action; recruitment waivers

CNAS Departments

Please select department for more information / assistance:
Have a Medical Leave? Please contact our Medical Leave Specialist for all medical related leave questions:

 

CNAS News in "Inside UCR"


 

Physicist named a fellow of the American Physical Society
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Engineering and chemistry doctoral students receive prestigious DOE fellowships
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Equipment grant will support two labs on campus
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