UBC Annual Report 2014-2015

UBC Annual Report 2014-2015

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Connected by Commitment, UBC’s 2014-2015 Annual Report showcases the achievements of UBC’s students, faculty, staff and alumni in the past year. Read the report at http://annualreport.ubc.ca.

Read this year's UBC Focus on People Benchmark Report

2014-2015 Focus on People Benchmark Report

For the HR community of practice

The Focus on People Benchmark Report provides a comprehensive, annual overview of faculty and staff employment data, including retention and attraction metrics.

Visit http://www.focusonpeople.ubc.ca/reporting/benchmark-reports/ to read this year’s report.

Read this year's UBC Focus on People Benchmark Report

Read this year’s UBC Focus on People Benchmark Report

CUPA-HR Membership

CUPA-HR Membership

For the HR Community of Practice

cupahrUBC has joined CUPA-HR (the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources).

About CUPA-HR:

As the association for HR professionals in higher education, CUPA-HR provides leadership on higher education workplace issues in the U.S. and abroad. We monitor trends, explore emerging workforce issues, conduct research, and promote strategic discussions among colleges and universities.

Anyone in UBC’s HR community of practice can add themselves to the roster at no additional charge – join here.

Read about Member Benefits and Resources.

Feedback

If you do use CUPA-HR’s services and resources, please send your feedback to Alex Bayne, Director, Integrated Strategies- HR, for evaluation purposes.

 

Not Myself Today Campaign to Support Mental Health

Not Myself Today Campaign to Support Mental Health

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This year,  along with over 170 employers across the country, UBC will be taking part in the Not Myself Today Campaign. The Not Myself Today Campaign will be rolled out at UBC (Vancouver campus) as part of Thrive (Nov. 2-6, 2015) and was developed to focus on reducing stigma and supporting mental health in the workplace.  In advance of the campaign itself, we have access to a number of resources and webinars on topics related to enhancing workplace mental health as well as dealing with difficult situations and conversations.  Watch a 30-minute introductory video here:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcOX-ehRUIk&feature=youtu.be

Here is a list of past webinars that are available to view.

  • Identifying the difference between a mental health problem and a performance issue.
  • Best practices and lessons from other organizations in building mentally healthy workplaces.
  • Peer support in the workplace.
  • Contextual Management:  Working with someone experiencing a mental illness.

Please email Miranda Massie if you are interested in viewing any or all of the recordings.

New Resources for Staff and Faculty on UBC.ca

New Resources for Staff and Faculty on UBC.ca

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UBC.ca has been updated with more robust information for faculty and staff. The new content includes timely updates, important resources and event feeds. Learn more at http://faculty-staff.ubc.ca/faculty-staff/.

2014 Workplace Experiences Survey Results Available

For the HR Community of Practice

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Missed the Townhall? Check out the University-wide results at http://focusonpeople.ubc.ca/workplace-experiences-survey/

Department, faculty and VP WES reports have now been distributed.

If you are curious if you unit had enough responses to generate a unit report, please check here:  http://focusonpeople.ubc.ca/workplace-experiences-survey/

Should you want assistance interpreting your results, information is available at http://focusonpeople.ubc.ca/workplace-experiences-survey/unit-level-reports/. You can also reach out to Alex Bayne, Peter Godman or your HR Advisor to discuss the results.