Need an answer quick? Here's a primer for Haas faculty and staff on where to find what at Haas and at UC Berkeley.
University Health Services (UHS) manages the Ergonomics@Work program which promotes ergonomics in the workplace through workshops. UHS also manages a Computer Ergonomics Matching Funds Program. The intent is to provide campus departments with a cost effective way to promote comfort at the keyboard as well as prevent and/or minimize the effects of computer related repetitive motion injuries
Haas Building Access, Maintenance, and Safety Issues
Report a maintenance problem or problem with my office
at Haas? Contact fixit@haas
Purchase textbooks, course readers, office supplies,
or office furniture? For textbooks, contact Dave Stuckey.
For office supplies, come to the supply room at S545 If you need to purchase office furniture, contact
Gerardo Campos .
Gain access to UC libraries? The UC libraries website lists hours, collections,
services, guides, and catalogs.
Learn my way around campus? The campus map includes travel information
and an interactive campus index. If you don't find what
you need there, the Visitor Services web site discusses
in-person tours, directions to campus, and parking suggestions.
Find out about HR and benefits information?
The Haas HR pages are an excellent resource for all of your personnel questions including Benefits, Career Development, Policies and Recognition. Eric Ellerbee, CSS HR Partner is your primary contact at Haas for benefits and leaves.
The UC Benefits Information
website is the online place to start for health, retirement,
online forms, and benefits news. CARE Services, the campus
employee assistance program, is a free, confidential counseling,
consultation, referral for faculty and staff.
Check the UC Berkeley HR page
for human resources information such as benefits, labor
relations, jobs, policies, classification, forms, and employee
University Health Services is the first
place to go for information on training and workshops, Health
Matters, educational resources, occupational health, ergonomics,
and workers' compensation.
Annual & Probationary Performance Evaluation
Performance Evaluations are conducted annually for all staff members around August. Probationary Evaluations are conducted approximately 6 months after the date of hire. Evaluation forms may be downloaded from the Haas HR Performance Management webpage.
Personnel policies surrounding probation are different depending upon whether your employment appointment is non-represented or represented by a labor contract.
Non-represented employees follow Personnel Policies for Staff Members and the Probation Policy is found under Section 22
Employee's represented under the CUE contract will find the Probationary Policy within the CUE Contract Article 29
If you have questions regarding these policies, contact Denise Boyd, Director of Human Resources for guidance.