As we approach a new academic year, now is a good time to remember the importance of saving for retirement. Representatives from Fidelity and TIAA are available to meet with faculty and staff, at no cost or commission.
As the State Health Plan gears up for the 2017 open enrollment period (Oct. 1-31), plan participants may take action now to complete the health assessment premium credit activity for 2017. 80/20 and Consumer Directed Health Plan (CDHP) members will receive a wellness premium credit for 2017 by completing the health assessment between now and the end of the annual enrollment period. Members are encouraged to complete this premium credit as soon as possible, and can access the health assessment by logging in to My Personal Health Portal on the State Health Plan’s website. Health Assessment Instructions
The ability to participate in civic life and activities is one of the fundamental tenets of our society. Being a University employee does not mean you lose any of your constitutional rights as a citizen to participate or not participate as you desire in the political process; however, because you are a University employee you must also be aware of the limitations on participation in partisan or political activity during work time and limitations on the use of University property. This summarizes the laws and policies and is intended to be a helpful resource for University employees. Continue reading
The Organization and Professional Development team has a whole new set of growth opportunities for Carolina employees this summer. Take courses on the Americans with Disabilities Act, diversity in the workplace, coaching skills, and more! View and share the June Learning Opportunities flyer or visit the online Course Catalog to learn more.