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We encourage all supervisors to attend our Supervisor Development Series workshops. The session this week will focus on accountability, disciplinary action & recognition. Register today to attend on Wednesday, March 6 at 1 PM in Gilchrist 007.
Human Resource Services will host two informational sessions on charting your financial course. Join us to learn basic retirement savings skills, how to create a retirement savings plan, evaluate your financial health and set goals. All faculty and staff are welcome to attend. The hour long sessions will be presented by TIAA: March 25 at 3 p.m. in GIL 009 and March 26 at noon in the State College Room MAU. Please register in advance.
Human Resource Services will host a confidential biometric screening on March 8 from 7 to 9 a.m. in the Safety Training Room, located at 3219 Hudson Road. All benefit eligible employees may participate in one free biometric screening each academic year. For more information visit the confidential biometric screening webpage. To register visit: https://uniemployeewellbeing.simplybook.me/
Human Resource Services will host two informational sessions presented by SHIIP (Senior Health Insurance Information Program). Learn the basics of Medicare and how to integrate healthcare into your retirement plan. All faculty and staff are welcome to attend. The hour long sessions will be held: March 4 at 3 p.m. and March 5 at noon in the State College Room MAU. Please register in advance.
Enroll in our Managing Conflict session being held on Thursday, February 21 at 1:30 PM. While workplace conflict is natural and healthy, destructive conflict can easily occur when things get tough. Poorly managed, conflict can become a costly business problem that destroys employee and team performance.
Human Resource Services will host a one hour informational session on small changes that may assist in weight management. Susie Roberts, with Employee and Family Resources, will present on understanding components of food labels, identifying ways to make grocery shopping easier, and following current dietary guidelines to make better food choices. This presentation will take place on February 26 at 1 p.m. in the State College Room MAU.
Urgent Care, doctor’s offices, virtual doctors, and the ER, so many choices for care! Do you often wonder what the differences are among the options and where you should go? Did you know that members on our health plans significantly over utilize the emergency room for non-emergency situations compared to the Wellmark Book of Business? By utilizing each facility correctly you can save yourself, and the self-insured health plan money.
Human Resource Services will host two informational sessions on what your income options may be in retirement. Join us to learn the basic rules governing the most common retirement accounts, gain perspective on when to withdraw different assets, and discover the income choices TIAA offers. All faculty and staff are welcome to attend. The hour long sessions will be presented by TIAA: February 18 at 3 p.m. and February 19 at noon in the State College Room MAU. Please register in advance.
When a doctor writes you a prescription, do you know what it’s going to cost prior to arriving at the pharmacy? Is the cost less at another pharmacy and/or less than your co-pay? Did you ask if the medication can be written as a 90-day prescription? Is there a generic available? Do you know if it is even covered under your health plan?