This Series is required for all new UCSF Medical Center and Campus directors, managers, and supervisors and recommended as a periodic refresher for existing managers. It is vital to understanding key management policies and best practices. Each course is presented by the experts responsible for administering the respective policy/practice.
Addresses how salary ranges and individual pay guidelines are developed, MC's policies on re-classification/promotion/pay adjustments, and MC's Incentive Award Plan. Highlights the elements of well-written job descriptions.
Addresses how to effectively manage leave of absence cases, including Medical, Family Care, Maternity/Paternity and Adoption, Military, Workers Compensation and Personal. Reviews essential tools for supporting your staff through the leave and return to work processes.
Learn skills for interviewing and selecting top talent. Create targeted and legally defensible interview tools. Prepare, interview, and evaluate candidates effectively and fairly.
Provides an overview of Federal and State laws governing privacy and addresses managers' responsibilities to ensure compliance. Covers potential risks to privacy and associated best practices to mitigate those risks.
Provides an overview of equal employment opportunity and nondiscrimination policy and law. Reviews specific EEO issues and strategies for ensuring compliance with UC policy, state, and federal laws.
Provides a review of state and federal disability laws and corresponding UC policies, the steps of the interactive process, identifying essential job functions, assessing reasonable accommodations, communicating with and reintegrating employees returning from leave, and medical separation.
Participants will learn about the workers’ compensation process for UCSF Health employees, including methods to proactively reduce loss workdays for work-related injuries utilizing modified work strategies. As part of the True North Zero Harm to Staff initiative, leaders will learn practical ways to reduce Ergonomics risk factors in their department associated with computer use and body mechanics tasks. The course includes an overview of the injury reporting and investigation process to decrease the potential of future injuries.
Provides a hands-on overview of how UCSF MC measures patient satisfaction, benchmarking and interpretation of surveys and reports. Participants use computers to access and research online reports, improvement tools and other resources.
Learn the leader's role as champion of Everyday PRIDE. Includes tools and techniques for communicating the importance of UCSF MC service standards to staff, and promoting a positive patient experience and work environment.
Addresses how to effectively manage utilization of department's sick leave, develop and communicate policies and processes, interpret employer and employee rights and responsibilities, utilize corrective action when sick leave is overused or abused and document actions.
Receive an overview of the corrective action principles, policies, procedures, and employer and employee's rights/obligations.
Compensation & Overview (AMP-111)
Addresses how salary ranges and individual pay guidelines are developed for campus compensation policies. Course will provide tools and process review on salary setting. Overview of compensation programs including STAR recognition program, Incentive Award Plan (IAP), and merit program.
Developing Job Descriptions (AMP-110)
Designed to provide practical approaches and tools to write an effective job description to attract and retain the best talent. It will focus on the key steps involved to write a job description and how to partner with Human Resources through the job classification process.