Low pay, lack of opportunity and discrimination are just a few of the issues classified staff at the University of La Verne find troubling, according to a recent climate survey.
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The Rideshare Program helps to decrease emissions in the air by encouraging employees to find alternative ways to commute to work.
One decimal space to the left is all it took for the University to owe … correction, the University’s employees to owe a couple hundred thousand dollars in state disability tax year in back taxes. Happy Holidays!
Human error is to blame for an apparent miscalculation, or under-withholding, of the State Disability Insurance tax on University of La Verne employee paychecks for all of 2006.
Concerned that the quality of instruction could decline if faculty members are spread too thin, University officials have established a new policy limiting the number of overload classes professors may teach.
University of La Verne employees filled Sneaky Park on April 19 for their annual benefits fair.
Imagine yourself in a few years working full time and having a child. What are you going to do? Well the obvious solution to the problem is to get a babysitter. But what if you cannot afford a babysitter or can’t find one you like or trust?
In 2003, at the request of the Board of Trustees, President Stephen Morgan appointed a task force assigned with the duty of developing a compensation increase recommendation each year.
The University of La Verne has changed its children in the workplace policy, limiting ULV faculty parents as to how often their children can visit them on campus.
After more than a year of chain-linked fences and boarded-up windows holding together the historic Hanawalt House, the University has finalized the plans to begin rebuilding it this spring.