Human Resources

Welcome to the UCLA School of Nursing Human Resources Office (HR). The HR Office serves School of Nursing (SON) staff, faculty and student employees in human resources and payroll related functions. We serve as an information resource and also as liaison for benefits-related questions, employment, recruitment and hiring policies and procedures, leaves of absence and other appropriate related to the broad human resources umbrella.
 
Below are a few quick links that may help you find what you‘re looking for.
For further assistance, please contact the SON HR office.

 

Benefits

As a UC employee, you'll enjoy a competitive benefits package, including comprehensive health and welfare insurance plans protecting you and your family, generous leave provisions, an attractive pension plan and optional retirement savings opportunities. 
 

Policies and Procedures

  • Personnel Policies for Staff Members - Personnel policies pertaining to Managers and Supervisors (MSP) and Professional and Support Staff (PSS)
  • Collective Bargaining Agreements - Links to systemwide and local collective bargaining agreements
  • Academic Personnel Policies - An electronic version of the Academic Personnel Manual (APM), which includes policies and procedures pertaining to the employment relationship between an academic appointee and the University of California
  • The UCLA CALL - A summary of Academic Personnel Policies and Procedures
 

Payroll and Time-Reporting

The Federal Insurance Contribution Act (FICA) provides a system of Social Security and Medicare benefits financed through taxes on employers and employees. FICA taxes and benefits consist of two parts: Social Security or Old Age Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI), and Hospital Insurance for senior citizens and the disabled also known as Medicare. The amounts deducted are set Annually by the Social Security Administration (SSA). OASDI is currently 4.2% of Taxable Gross and Medicare is 1.45% of Taxable Gross. Each year the SSA set limits on the Taxable Gross amount to be taxed for OASDI. Additional information is available from the Social Security Administration
 

New Hires and Exit Processing

 

Administrator Tools

Find forms, charts, and useful links.
 

Workers' Compensation

Workers' Compensation is a mandatory coverage that is provided to all eligible employees in California. It is designed to provide employees with immediate medical attention and other benefits when they are injured or become ill at work.
If an injury occurs at work, please report it to your supervisor and our office immediately.