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Human Resources

Human Resources is here to serve our community of educators in Stockton, Sacramento and San Francisco. Our role is to identify and support the employment-related needs of our faculty and staff, job seekers and especially our students. Please contact us any time.

What's New for You

» Staff Compensation Study Questions/Comments/Suggestions - Perhaps you have gone to HR's Staff Compensation Study website and read the frequently asked questions. Now you have questions that you cannot find answer, or you have comments and suggestions - to whom and where do you address these. HR has setup a dedicated email address for this purpose. We encourage you to send your questions, comments or suggestions to and we will try to respond within a week. (6/6/2017)

» Search Committee Training Hiring managers and search committee chairs and members can maximize their chance of the perfect hire with a deeper understanding University of the Pacific's search process and tips and strategies to find the best person. Additionally, knowing their responsibilities under the University's Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer (AA/EOE) plans if important to their success. The Search Committee Training is designed to do these things. The orientation consists of understanding your role as a search committee member, a review of the applicant tracking in PeopleAdmin, selection criteria, anti-bias awareness, interviewing skills, reference checking, and more. It also fulfills the University's legal compliance requirements under AA and EEO. The training program takes under one hour and Human Resources recommends it for the first meeting of the search committee for the open position in question. Please contact your Human Resources Department for more information on scheduling a training. As a reminder, we have updated information on Hiring and Section under Manager Resources on our website. (6/6/2017)

» Manager Development session for Pacific supervisors and managers. Pacific's "Performance Management for Supervisors & Managers" will equip supervisors and managers with immediate solutions to typical and complex challenges including:

  • Reviewing University tools and resources to increase your effectiveness as a manager
  • Establishing expectations & goal setting
  • Managing struggling employees & holding people accountable
  • Coaching conversations & appropriate documentation practices
  • Creating an action plan to identify how specifically you will manage your team's performance

Supervisors and Managers will participate in an interactive daylong session led by Kyra Cavanaugh of Life Meets Work. Lunch provided, limited dates and seating. Registration information available:

  • Wednesday, June 21 - (9:00 am - 5:00 pm): Stockton
  • Thursday, June 22 - (9:00 am -5:00 pm): San Francisco


»  Important Information Regarding Changes in "Weight Watcher At Work Meetings" After careful consideration, Weight Watchers have decided to end "At Work Meetings" as of next Tuesday, May 30th due to low attendance.  To help ensure that your Weight Watchers' experience is uninterrupted - and to support your weight loss journey during this transition, please visit the meeting finder at to find locations and directions for a community meeting close to your workplace or home.  There is no disruption in your billing cycle or in employees' memberships ... the only change is that the onsite meetings are suspended after the meeting on May 30th.   If you wish to cancel your membership, you may do so online or by calling 866-204-2885 and referencing the University of the Pacific client ID number. And keep in mind that, in the future if a minimum of 15 employees have a renewed interest at workplace, Weight Watchers will welcome the opportunity to bring Weight Watchers At Work meetings back to Pacific.   Please contact Human Resources should you have any questions. (5/26/2017)

» Important Changes to Disability Coverage. See related brochures for more infomation:


»The Staff Handbook has temporarily been removed from the University's website and is under revision.   The revision should be complete on September 1, 2017.   Should you have any questions in the meantime, please refer to the Policies and Procedures website.  If you are unable to find answers to your questions there, please contact your campus Human Resources Department. Contact Stockton at 209-946-2124, San Francisco at 415-929-6468 or Sacramento at 916-739-7031 for resources and guidance. Click here for more details.  (4/14/2017)