The holidays can bring extra stress for managers and employees alike. Holiday CPR focuses on three health and wellness tips to navigate the end of the year with more grace and ease.
Monthly Management Tips
Monthly Management Tips (MMT) are brought to you by Administration Leadership 2029’s “Work from Home Management Solutions” team. Each month, the team, in conjunction with Campus Human Resources, will distribute a brief article discussing a different topic important to management’s success. Each article is designed with busy managers in mind, taking only a few minutes to read, with various resources and a scenario to help you gain a better understanding of the topic. Solutions to the scenario can be found in the next month’s email. Active discussion of these scenarios during management meetings is highly encouraged and we hope these discussions will encourage dialogue across management levels where success stories are shared.
The UCLA Office of Emergency Management (OEM) helps prepare the campus for emergencies by providing communication tools and resources to keep the UCLA community informed.
We have outlined the reporting procedures in the event of a work-related injury/illness, which applies to those who are injured at work or who develop a job-related illness as a result of their employment.
The UCLA Insurance & Risk Management - Ergonomics Program provides a variety of services to the campus as part of their mission to mitigate and prevent incidences of musculoskeletal disorders like tendonitis or carpal tunnel syndrome.
Helping new employees understand the organizational culture and figure out “how things are done” goes a long way toward successful integration into the organization.
As management, it is crucial to recognize and uplift the potential of each generation, including the youngest cohort, Generation Z. Here are insights into understanding Gen Z and practical strategies for fostering collaboration and synergy across generational differences.
For those choosing to close one chapter of life and begin the next, knowing where to begin the retirement process can be daunting. Here's helpful information about UC Retirement programs and benefits.
As a leader, lessons should be abundant and learning should be a never-ending process. To become a high-value leader, continuous growth is key to success for both the leader and their staff.
These tips for addressing implicit bias in the workplace can help create a more inclusive and equitable workplace for everyone.