Manager Resources

Manager Self-Service

UCPath Online gives employees 24 hours a day, 7 days a week access to UC employment information based on their role. Through Manager Self-Service (MSS), a manager/supervisor may view their direct reports data including absence balances, compensation history, and current team profiles.

Manager Resources

1095 Forms

Like the W-2 form, UC Berkeley employees will receive two 1095-C forms for 2019. This is due to the campus transition to UCPath in March 2019. The 1095 from At Your Service Online (AYSO) covers the period before the transition to UCPath, and the 1095 from UCPath covers the remainder of the year. Unlike the W-2 form, 1095 forms are for your information and records only.

AYSO 1095-C

1095s are available now in AYSO if you elected to receive an electronic W-2. If you did not elect to receive your W-2 electronically, your 1095 form will be mailed to you via U.S. mail the week of Feb. 24, 2020.

UCPath 1095-C

UC Berkeley employees will receive printed copies via U.S. mail the week of Feb. 24, 2020. Online access is not available through UCPath.

Please note that you may receive an additional 1095-B form directly from your health care provider.

Read more about the IRS 1095 Forms.

2019 W-2s

Two W-2's for 2019

UC Berkeley employees who have been employed since March 2019 or earlier will receive two (2) W-2’s for 2019. This is due to the transition to the UCPath system in March, 2019.  

At Your Service Online (AYSO) W-2 (for earnings from pay dates January - March 2019) 

If you enrolled to receive your W-2 electronically in AYSO before March 2019, it is available in AYSO. If you didn’t request an electronic version, UC mailed printed versions by January 31. 

UCPath W-2 (for earnings from pay dates April - December 2019)

If you were enrolled to receive your W-2 electronically in AYSO, or if you enrolled in UCPath to receive your W-2 electronically before January 18, 2020, your UCPath W-2 is available in UCPath. If you didn’t request an electronic version, UC mailed printed versions by January 31. 

To access your W-2 in UCPath, log in and navigate to: Employee Actions > Income and Taxes > View Online W-2/W-2C.

Enroll for Electronic UCPath W-2

Visit UCPath and click on Income and Taxes > Enroll to Receive Online W-2.

  • Verify your current status. If your current status says CONSENT RECEIVED, then you do not have to do anything – your previous enrollment from AYSO successfully transferred to the UCPath system.

  • If your current status is blank, then you must follow the directions on the screen to sign up.

  • Check that your email address is up-to-date.

Once you’ve signed up, all notifications about your W-2/W-2c will be sent to your preferred email address on file in the UCPath system.

Still have questions? Check out the FAQ’s – UCPath W‐2s

Benefits Webinars

UCPath Benefits Webinars

Employees who enroll in benefits through UCPath are invited to participate in a live webinar to ask questions and learn more about UC’s benefits program. All webinars are listed in the UCPath calendar on the home page, including Zoom details for each webinar. Further details are also available on UCnet.

Employees eligible for the UC Retirement Choice Program:

Employees NOT eligible for the UC Retirement Choice Program:

  • 2nd Thursdays 10:30AM –12:00PM

Employment Verification

UCPath uses The Work Number to provide verification of employment for UC employees. Please note that if you have not been employed with UC since January 2019, you must contact the Records Management team for past employment verification.

Current employees (or those who departed UC after January 2019) should log in to UCPath and select "Income & Taxes" from the menu, then select "Verification of Employment." 

You will be directed to the following instructions under "How to Provide Proof of Your Employment and Income:"

Please provide your employment verifier the following information:

  • Inform them that UC uses the The Work Number
  • Provide them the University of California Employer Code: 15975
  • Provide them your Social Security Number

In some instances, you may also need to create a "Salary Key" in order to complete an income verification. If your employment verifier requests a salary key, please follow these steps:

  1. Log in to The Work Number as an employee.
  2. Enter the following information:
    • UC Employer Code: 15975
    • User ID: Your Social Security Number
    • Personal PIN: Your birthday (MMDDYYYY).
  3. Select the "Create a Salary Key" option.
  4. Provide your verifier the six-digit salary key.

Late Pay / SB 698

Senate Bill 698 is effective January 1, 2020. Read more about SB 698 on the Central Human Resources website.

Personal Pay Card

If direct deposit is not a good option for you, you may want to consider receiving your pay via a Personalized Pay Card. 

A Personalized Pay Card is a Visa prepaid debit card. Once your card is set up, funds will become available on payday morning, allowing you to receive your pay faster and more securely than a paper paycheck. You can withdraw funds from an ATM, and there are tools available to manage your card and funds. 

To enroll for a Personalized Pay Card, you will need to complete the Wage Payment Consent Form and submit it through an inquiry in UCPath Online. These instructions provide details on how to enroll. 

Security Access Requests

Once your employee has completed the relevant trainings, you may request UCPath access for them. Initiate any new UCPath access requests directly in SARA (System Access Request Application). Review the SARA for UCPath guide for more information and a link to SARA.

Tracker I-9

Tracker I-9 is a new online tool for UC's to manage and increase compliance of the Federal I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification form. Tracker I-9 went live with UCPath. 

For more information on Tracker I-9, visit the Berkeley Regional Services website.

UCPC Service Target Webinars

The UCPath Center’s Employee Services team is conducting one-hour UCPath Service Targets webinars to help campus users learn more about UCPath Service Targets, the six new categories of issue types, why the UCPath Center is moving away from the unrealistic and outdated “3 Day Service Level Agreement (SLA)” and more. Space is limited (first come-first serve basis) and will allow 300 attendees per session. Please register below.



Meeting ID

Registration link

February 20, 2020

10:00 AM


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February 27, 2020

10:00 AM


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March 5, 2020

10:00 AM


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March 12, 2020

10:00 AM


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March 19, 2020

10:00 AM


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March 26, 2020

10:00 AM


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Recent Manager News

To add the UCPATH CALENDAR to your bCal, click the blue plus sign in the bottom right corner of the calendar display above. To add individual events, click on the event, then click "Copy to my calendar."

Help Resources

UCPath Support Contacts at UC Berkeley

UCPath is a complex and integrated system that interfaces with many different systems and units on campus. The UCPath Operations team has worked with colleagues in these units to determine the most effective points of contact to help answer questions and resolve issues. 

View the updated matrix of Support Contacts.

Login / Access

If you accidentally select a campus other than UC Berkeley from the UCPath Online campus list (see below), you will need to clear your browser cookies and close your browser to return to the list of campuses. 

UCPath Online campus list

If you are still unable to login to UCPath, please submit a ServiceNow ticket.

Where to Report a Pay Issue

If you are unsure which service region your unit belongs to, you can Find Your Region here. Cal Performances and International House (I-House) employees should contact their local HR team.


ERSO Region

  • Call the First Contact Team (FCT) at (510) 664-9000, option 3

  • Use ServiceNow to Ask an HR Question or Report an HR Problem

  • Contact your HR Partner, HR Generalist, or Research Administrator (RA) directly

UCPath Online Training

UCPath HelpSite 

View UCPath Online Job Aids, and practice how to conduct self-service transactions including viewing your checkstubs, and print step-by-step guides for the various UCPath Online transactions.

View Details about Employee Self-Service and Manager Self-Service Web-Based Training Information

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