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WINTER BREAK: Heat, Payroll and Emergencies

By Dateline Staff on December 18, 2018 in University News

Office temperature, paper paychecks, health emergencies, police and fire, and facilities emergencies — here’s what you need to know to get through winter break.

The Facilities Energy Conservation Office routinely turns off heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems to save energy on long weekends — and we have two of those coming up:

  • Saturday-Tuesday, Dec. 22-25
  • Saturday-Tuesday, Dec. 29-Jan. 1

(o, if you’re coming to your office Wednesday through Friday, Dec. 26-28, rest assured the heat will be on.

The long-weekend shutdowns apply only to noncritical spaces; laboratories and animal spaces are not affected. Also, spaces that are reserved for events through Conference and Event Services are not affected. Learn more about “Holiday Shutdown Savings.”

Emergencies

Police and Fire departments — On duty at all times.

Facilities Management — Do you need to report a building or grounds emergency? Call the Facilities Management Customer Experience Center, 530-752-1655, open 24 hours, seven days a week (including winter break).

Occupational Health Services

Occupational Health Services and the Workers Compensation unit will be closed from Monday, Dec. 24, through Monday, Jan. 1. During this period, if you need medical treatment for a work-related injury:

  • You must go to Davis Urgent Care, 4515 Fermi Place, Suite 105, across from the Target store on Second Street, telephone 530-759-9110. Hours: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. every day except Christmas Day, Dec. 25. Click here for Google map.
  • Or, if Davis Urgent Care is closed, please go to the emergency room at Sutter Davis Hospital, 2000 Sutter Place, telephone 530-757-5111. Click here for Google map.

To report injuries, please call Sedgwick CMS at 877-682-7778.

Payroll

Pay dates occurring during winter break are as follows:

  • Biweekly pay — Wednesday, Dec. 26, for the period ending Saturday, Dec. 15.
  • Monthly pay — Wednesday, Jan. 2, for the month of December.

Employees may view their online direct deposit information on the At Your Service Online website.

Paper documents for biweekly-paid employees — If you have elected to receive paper paychecks or paper direct deposit statements, either by campus mail to you department or U.S. mail to your personal address, your Dec. 26 document will be available as follows:

  • Campus mail — Delivery Wednesday, Jan. 2 (to departments for which Wednesday is a regular mail delivery day) or Thursday, Jan. 3. See mail delivery schedule here.
  • Early pickup — You can retrieve your document from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 26, at Mail Services within the Hopkins Services Complex, 615 Hopkins Road. You must present a photo ID.
  • Early delivery — Your department may request mail delivery Wednesday, Dec. 26, by submitting a Special Messenger Request. Requests are due by 11:30 a.m. for same-day delivery. 
  • U.S. mail — Your document will be dispersed to the Postal Service in advance for delivery on Dec. 26.

Paper documents for monthly-paid employees — If you have elected to receive paper paychecks or paper direct deposit statements, either by campus mail to you department or U.S. mail to your personal address, your Jan. 2 document will be available as follows:

  • Campus mail — Delivery Wednesday, Jan. 2 (to departments for which Wednesday is a regular mail delivery day) or Thursday, Jan. 3. See mail delivery schedule here.
  • U.S. mail — Your document will be dispersed to the Postal Service in advance for delivery on Jan. 2.

Central Payroll Services — Closed Dec. 24-Jan. 1.

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About the author(s)

Dateline Staff Dave Jones, editor, can be reached at 530-752-6556 or dljones@ucdavis.edu. Cody Kitaura, news and media relations specialist, can be reached at 530-752-1932 or kitaura@ucdavis.edu.

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