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Family Friendly Policies for Senate Faculty

Family Friendly Policies

Family accommodation policies for childbearing and childrearing responsibilities are fundamental to an equitable and productive academic environment.This brochure provides a brief summary of benefits.

Balancing Work & Life as an Assistant Professor

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This brochure provides an overview of work/life issues and strategies for new faculty.

Family Friendly Grants: INFO

Lactation Centers: INFO

Rooms offering privacy for nursing mothers to express milk:

A272A Murphy Hall
1268 Franz Hall

Emeriti/Retirees

UCLA Emeriti/Retiree Relations Center is the official connecting link between UCLA Emeriti/Retirees and the University.They are dedicated to maintaining knowledge of campus, systemwide, and community resources and policies to facilitate their retirement educational programs and services. Their priority is enhancing the quality of life in retirement in a professional and caring environment.

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA

UCOP Office of Academic Advancement: Family friendly policies and issues

The University of California has established policies to express its commitment to a workplace culture supportive of family care-giving responsibilities. These policies and programs assist faculty and other academic appointees in balancing the needs of work and family:

Leaves of Absence
Childbearing Leave/Parental Leave Without Pay
Limitation on Total Period of Service with Certain Academic Titles
Family and Medical Leave
Service Periods vs. Pay Periods/Leaves of Absence/Sabbatical Leaves
Reasonable Accommodation for Academic Appointees with Disabilities

UC Faculty Family Friendly Edge

The UC Faculty Family Friendly Edge is a series of initiatives designed to develop and implement a comprehensive package of innovative policies and programs for ladder-rank faculty in the UC system, as well as to examine the role of institutions of higher education and federal granting agencies in leaks from the academic pipeline at all stages. The first Faculty Family Friendly Edge project worked to promote the recruitment and retention of the best and the brightest, help all members of the university community achieve their fullest potential as scholars and teachers, and greatly contribute to the continued excellence of the University of California.

UC NET

Access UC Net to get information on benefits, compensation, tools, retirement, and related topics, including current news.

Life/Work Changes

Family Changes - Information to help UC employees modify benefits as allowed or required when family changes occur. Please note that you must add "new" family members within 31 days of birth, adoption, marriage, etc. If you miss this window, there will be NO COVERAGE.

Pregnancy, Newborn Child, or Adopted Child
Addition of Adult Dependent Relative
Addition of Same-Sex Domestic Partner
Getting Married
De-enrolling Family Members
Divorce, Separation, Annulment, End of Domestic Partner Relationship
Death of Family Member
Guide to Disability Benefits Information on University programs that may allow employees to continue benefit coverage and full or partial salary while unable to work because of injury, illness, or pregnancy
Guide to Survivor Benefits
Retirement

Health and Insurance

Medical Plans
Dental Plans
Vision Plans
Life Insurance Plans
Legal Plan
Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) Plan
Short-term and Supplemental Disability Insurance
Dependent Care FSA
Healthcare FSA
Personnel Policies, Contracts, and Procedures

OTHER RESOURCES

President’s Summit on Faculty Gender Equity

A meeting of a small group of senior women faculty of the University of California focusing on issues related to gender equity for faculty was held November 6 to 7, 2002):

Agenda/Discussion Group Topics

Keynote by Senator Jackie Speier

Report

American Association of University Professors (AAUP)

In May of 2001, the AAUP's Committee on the Status of Women in the Academic Profession and its Subcommittee on Academic Work and Family issued this statement:

AAUP Statement of Principles on Family Responsibilities and Academic Work