UCPath is the University of California’s priority program to implement a comprehensive payroll, benefits, human resources and academic personnel solution for all UC employees.
UCLA and UC Santa Barbara Now Live
UCPath cutover activities for the UCLA and UC Santa Barbara deployment concluded successfully. More than 60,000 employees at UCLA, UCLA Health and UC Santa Barbara have access to UCPath self-service functions, which are also available on mobile devices. Employees paid monthly were able to access their first UCPath earnings statement Sept. 27 and those paid biweekly were able to view theirs on October 1. Read more
Training with UCLA
In March 2018, the UCI UCPath training team began a partnership with UCLA training. From UCI, Sheila Mercer and Kerry Kick volunteered to participate in UCLA training. At UCLA, the population that required training is approximately 2,000 people.
Implementation Readiness Lead
Patrice Hagans joined the UCPath Project two years ago as the UCPath Center's Implementation Lead for Pilot deployment. After the Pilot deployment, Patrice accepted two roles, one as UCI liaison to the Project Managment Office (PMO) and a PMO role as Implementation Readiness Lead. In her role as UCI liaison, she works directly with UCI project leadership and PMO leads to ensure smooth coordination between the two teams. She oversaw the implementation readiness activity for the UCLA/UCSB (LASB) deployment and will continue that role for D1 and D2 roll out.
UCPath Guides & PresentationsAs we get closer to the implementation of UCPath at UCI, the project team will provide updates and information about UCPath. Each month, we will deliver Path Guides: information on new topics in the form of resources and collateral. These Path Guides are also being shared with Chief Personnel Officers (CPO) to cascade to their individual departments. The information is intended to be downloaded and adapted to your particular needs.
Members of the UCPath team are available to attend department meetings as a resource to answer questions and to reinforce the information that is being shared. To request a presentation on UCPath, go to http://ucpath.uci.edu/feedback/index.html
Review and use what's most pertinent for your departments. If there are topics you'd like to see added, please email us at email@example.com.
Why Is Clean Data So Important?
It's critical that we all do our part to ensure good data is ready for UCPath. See what the UCPath team is doing to successfully migrate from PPS to UCPath.
UCI UCPath Newsletter – Issue 8
UCI UCPath Office