Temporary Assistance Program: Berkeley's former in-house temporary staffing service
Title Code System: UC application that tracks information on titles used throughout the system and sends update transactions to the Title Code Tables used at each campus. Managers, supervisors, and staff can access the TCS using the Web Inquiry Tool.
Title Code Table: a set of control tables in PPS that tracks compensation data for each title
A physical incapacity that is expected to be completely cured or improved with proper medical attention. Temporary disability benefits provide a partial wage replacement benefit during weeks in which the employee actually sustains a wage loss. Temporary total disability produces a total loss of weekly earnings. A temporary partial disability produces a partial loss of earnings.
The Tax Savings on Insurance Premiums (TIP) program allows employees to pay medical, dental and/or vision plan monthly costs—if any—on a pretax, salary reduction basis.
|Title Code System (TCS)||
The Title Code System Web Inquiry tool (aka TCS) allows supervisors, managers, and staff to look up classification information about any title code in the UC system. You can filter information by campus, bargaining unit, personnel program, and other criteria. TCS is maintained by the UC Office of the President (UCOP).
Current government regulations require that, in performing availability analyses, an organization must consider at least eight designated factors. Referred to as the "Two-Factor Analysis," they include the following for minorities:
Availability is determined for each job group by weighting each of the above factors in accordance with each factor?s significance to that job group.