Additional Employee Resources
ASAP offers confidential, cost free assessment, intervention, consultation and referral services to all UC Davis and UC Davis Health faculty, staff and their immediate families.
Staff and faculty can purchase a Campus Recreation membership to use the Activities and Recreation Center (ARC), Rec Pool, and other recreation facilities and programs
Fidelity webcasts are available to all UC Davis and UC Davis Health employees on a wide range of financial topics, available anytime.
Stay up-to-date with news and information that matters to you. Review the various newsletters at UC Davis, including the frequency, audience and campus(es) addressed by the publication.
The UC Davis Ombuds Office is a confidential, independent, impartial, and informal problem-solving and conflict management resource for all members of the UC Davis, UC Davis Health, and UC ANR communities.
This program includes resources on stress resilience, nutrition, wellness self-coaching, the Wellness Ambassador Program, and well-being classes and events.
Programs, policies, referrals and education that enable people to be effective, engaged and satisfied at work, school and home. Includes Workplace Flexibility resources and guidance.
Constituent Interest and Employee Resource Groups
Constituent interest groups sponsored through the Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion are diverse campus organizations whose members provide opportunities for staff and faculty to explore and share the many contributions they bring to the University.
ERGs are employee led, self-directed voluntary groups that offer opportunities to network internally, to attract a diverse talent, to contribute ideas and solutions to move the organization forward, to enhance community engagement, and to create opportunities for mentoring and career development.
UC Davis Staff Assembly is dedicated to promoting the welfare, interests, and diversity of staff, the campus and the University of California. UC Davis Staff Assembly is dedicated to promoting the welfare, interests, and diversity of staff, the campus and the University of California.
A voice for staff, providers, and students, dedicated to promoting the interests and welfare of all at UC Davis Health. Promote the wellness and interests of UC Davis Health, its employees, its patients and the University of California.
Professional Communities of Practice (CoP)
OE’s change consultants administer and facilitate the UC Davis Change Community of Practice, which is dedicated to expanding awareness and knowledge of known and innovative approaches to change in the academic and teaching hospital environments.
The community is open to UC Davis staff and/or retired staff who have completed (or are enrolled in) a formal coaching training program.
The Lean Community of Practice works to expand the knowledge of Lean principles and practices and serves to support and promote a continuous improvement culture at UC Davis.