§10.02
Outside Business and Professional Activities


Rev. 03/13




APPENDIX I

Table 10.02 (E). Policy on Teaching for the University of California

Teaching Type

Time Reporting

Pay

Prior Approval

Comments

1.  UC Extension courses

Teaching is outside normal Laboratory work hours:  No requirement to report time as leave without pay (LWOP) or vacation.

Teaching is during normal Laboratory work hours:  Teaching time must be taken as LWOP or a reduction in Laboratory work hours.

Employee will receive separate paychecks from University and Laboratory.

Division director or designee.

Consult with Laboratory Human Resources Department before signing any agreements with University Extension Division.  Use the Request to Teach at University of California form to obtain approval.

2.  UC courses where University reports position to an exclusive bargaining agent.

Requires an adjustment in Laboratory time, based on a specific teaching appointment (unless at a de minimis level, as described below).

Employee will receive separate paychecks from University and Laboratory.

Division director or designee.

Usethe Request to Teach at University of California form to obtain approval.

3.  UC campus courses where University does not report position to an exclusive bargaining agent.

Requires approval of a multilocation appointment agreement between the Laboratory and the UC campus.

Employee will receive full pay and benefits from the Laboratory.  The UC campus will reimburse Laboratory directly.

Division director or designee.

Arrangements are made through the employee’s Human Resources Center.

4.  UC campus de minimis course assignment.

No special time reporting required or reduction in Laboratory hours.

No University compensation is involved.

Division director or designee.

De minimis levels of teaching are allowed during normal Laboratory work hours as long as the employee is fully responsible for accomplishing his or her Laboratory science responsibilities, and the teaching does not exceed the equivalent of one semester or quarter course every other year.  Use Request to Teach at University of California form to obtain approval.

5.  Seminars

No special time reporting required or reduction in Laboratory hours if no more than one seminar is taught per employee per year.

No University compensation is involved.

Division director or designee

Use Request to Teach at University of California form to obtain approval.

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