We all want a world that is healthier, sustainable, safer and more enjoyable.

UC Davis is helping us get there by striving to always put people first. As a top-ranked research university, and the second-largest employer in the region, it’s no wonder our employees are leading the way in teaching, research, public service and patient care.


Introducing The Hiring Experience

We’re working to improve the experience for employees, hiring managers and job candidates throughout all stages of the hiring process at UC Davis Health.

Protecting yourself during a crisis is important.

Protecting yourself during a crisis is important.

You must learn how to stay safe if the person in crisis is throwing objects at you.  The first thing you should do is block and move to safety.  This means put your hands up in front of your face and move out of the way to a place where you can avoid being hit.  During this time, make sure to protect your groin, throat, stomach, and eyes with your hands and arms.  If possible, leave the room quickly.  You do not want to be stuck in a place that will cause you potential serious harm.  Your safety is a priority. 

Transition to Retirement

Transitioning to Retirement workshops offered for UC Davis and UC Davis Health employees

Are you considering retirement within five years? The life changes that accompany retirement can be unexpectedly challenging. Transitioning to Retirement is a four-week webinar series covering several important retirement topics. 

Registration is Required

Attending all four sessions is recommended but not required.

Introduction and Understanding UC Retirement Plan Income Options 

Friday, January 12, 2024

Staff Session 

9 a.m. – Noon

Cultivating Diversity: Recruiting Resources for Hiring Managers

You Belong Here

Research shows that a diverse workforce not only enhances health outcomes and patient satisfaction but also fosters innovation, improves business strategies, and enhances our reputation as an employer of choice.

Acknowledging your emotions is important during a crisis.

Acknowledging your emotions is important during a crisis.

When dealing with a person in crisis, they may say things that are offensive or hurtful.  It is important to practice rational detachment so that what they say does not cause us to escalate and show heightened emotions. We may feel upset or angry during these situations, but by acknowledging your emotions, you can gain a better understanding of what you’re experiencing and prevent them from overwhelming you. If necessary, feel free to walk away for a few minutes to regain your composure.  (crisisprevention.com)