CHR Launches New Look to its Portal
Campus Human Resources (CHR) is pleased to announce the launch of its new and improved portal. The site features easier navigation, a powerful search engine supported by Google, and an enhanced design that allows users to quickly find the services they need-and use-most. The design features align CHR with UCLA's overarching brand image, which can been seen on all of the University's administration portal sites and its gateway page.
Here are just some of the new functions on the redesigned CHR portal:
- Top Navigation Bar with Pull Downs: Get to your favorite articles in just one click by using the pull downs on the top navigation bar. Or click on "Overview" and you'll see a full display of all the articles in a specific section.
- I am Interested In...": This eye-catching section on the CHR landing page takes you to links for "New Employee Resources," "Personnel Policies," "Staff Diversity," "Training & Development" and "HR Administration."
- Quick Links: Get to the most popular pages fast by clicking on these links: Career Opportunities, Health Plans, Personnel Policies, Employee & Labor Relations, Title & Pay Plan, HR Forms, Training Classes, UC Learning Center and UCnet.
- Additional Resources: Check out the CHR Directory and other related resources like Child Care, Academic Personnel Office and Employment & Income Verification.
- CHR News & Events: Find information about the latest HR-related developments on campus in this frequently updated section. New training programs, policy revisions, holiday closures, UC benefits' information and much more.
- Google Search Engine: Type in what you're looking for in the Google Search Engine and let it do all the work for you. The Search Engine only retrieves portal-related information so you'll get your answer-fast.
- CHR Directory: Find who you're looking for on the CHR Directory, which includes helpful contact information for benefits, compensation, employee & labor relations, employment, IT services, policy services, staff diversity and training and development.