MOST Provided by UBC Workplace Learning & Engagement, the MOST Program offers at cost professional development workshops geared to enhance and improve your effectiveness at work, as well as to support your career and personal development. Workshops are open to the community, with discounts available for UBC faculty and staff.
Orientations are available to those who are new to the campus. Take a moment to view and select orientation opportunities that are most convenient for you.
Healthy UBC programming includes workshops, trainings and large-scale events aimed at increasing and promoting the wellbeing of faculty and staff as well as the development of healthy work environments.
Managing@UBC is a yearlong self-directed program designed to support managers at UBC. The program is individually tailored to meet each managers needs and recognizes the significant responsibility they hold for employee performance, engagement, and the achievement of unit goals.
Community Leadership Program (CLP) is a program that allows staff members to lead undergraduate students in short-term projects based out of not-for-profit organizations in the community. Through training and first-hand experience, staff members will learn leadership skills while helping UBC students cultivate an understanding of how their academic courses relate to real community issues.
Staff Pension Plan is an important part of your overall compensation and plays an important role in your future. The sooner you join the Plan, the greater your retirement income will be. Like all pension plans, the UBC Staff Pension Plan (SPP) requires some understanding. To provide potential and current members an opportunity to learn more about the Plan and ask pension-related questions, the Pension Administration Office offers workshops that are designed to help you understand the Plan and answer some of your questions.
Human Resource Management System (HRMS) is one of several major University business systems and is the primary source of information for UBC faculty, staff and student employees for purposes of HR/salary administration, benefits enrolment and administration, and payroll. HRMS is primarily used by faculty and departmental administrators to view the employment history of individual faculty, staff and student employees, to generate an Employee ID for new hires, to produce reports and extract data, to update employee address and contact information, to create and maintain position data, and to post a job/create a job advertisement and to manage hires electronically. HRMS courses provide hands-on and lecture style training for HRMS modules.