We support the goals and challenges of the law school by providing services which promote a work environment that is characterized by fair treatment, open communication, personal accountability, trust and mutual respect. We are committed to meeting Berkeley Law’s needs by partnering with Central Human Resources, Academic Personnel and Campus Shared Services (CSS) to provide the highest level of responsive and confidential Human Resource services, information, and expertise. Through these efforts we seek to enable and inspire all employees to achieve their fullest potential.
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Performance Reviews & Annual Merit Increases for Staff
The annual performance review period is fast approaching for the performance period covering 7/1/16 – 6/30/17. Merit increases this year will once again be based on performance review ratings and will not be issued as a straight percentage across the board (i.e. 2% for everyone).
As was the case last year, all employees are required to have Sexual Violence/Sexual Harassment training in order to be eligible for a merit increase. To check your status or that of your direct reports, log into the UC Learning Center.
All managers are required to complete a performance evaluation for all of their direct reports in addition to the Sexual Violence/Sexual Harassment training in order to be eligible for a merit increase.
If you do not complete the Sexual Violence/Sexual Harassment training by July 21st, your merit increase effective date will be delayed to the first day of month following the month in which you do complete the training and will not be retroactive. Anyone experiencing technical issues with completing this training, please see these FAQs.
Managers & Supervisors
- UC People Management Certificate – combination of online and in-person courses
- Performance Review Foundations – Lynda.com
- Delivering Employee Feedback – Lynda.com
- Rewarding Employees – Lynda.com
- Having Difficult Conversations – Lynda.com
- Strategies for Communicating with Tact and Diplomacy – online course
- Conducting Performance Appraisals – online course
- Engaging and Developing Employees – online course
- Coaching for Performance and Development – online course
- ONLINE Supervisor Knowledge Assessment
- Goal Setting – online course
- Preparing For Your Review – Lynda.com
- Building Self-Confidence – Lynda.com
- Building Resilience – Lynda.com
- Enhancing Your Productivity – Lynda.com
- Improving Your Conflict Competence – Lynda.com
- Managing Your Email – online course
- Multicultural Education Program for Faculty & Staff
- Gender Equity Resource Center workshops
If you have any questions, please contact us.
Below is an alphabetical listing of Berkeley Law Human Resources staff.
|Anhara Alexander||Recruitment and Transition Services Analystfirstname.lastname@example.org||510-642-4793|
|Katie Cisco||Academic HR Analystemail@example.com||510-664-9116|
|David Lopez||Academic HR Analyst||dalopez@.berkeley.edu||510-643-3056|
|Trisha Milazzo||Senior HR Analystfirstname.lastname@example.org||510-642-1979|
|Sheri Showalter||Director of Human Resourcesemail@example.com||510-642-1155|
|Stephanie Tang||Senior Academic HR Analystfirstname.lastname@example.org||510-643-9544|
For more information, visit the UC Berkeley Human Resources website.
In partnership with Campus Shared Services, the Berkeley Law HR Team is working to make HR processes Easier, Better, and Faster.
Click here to visit the CSS web page and learn more about the services they offer.