Employees have three weeks to make benefits choices for the 2021 calendar year when open enrollment launches on Nov. 2.
The guidance doesn't replace or conflict with any university COVID-19 policies or guidelines. It simply clarifies and highlights the fact that informal interactions are possible.
The one-question daily survey is designed to assist with pillar four in the Cyclones Care behaviors campaign: Stay home if you are ill.
Faculty and staff not only are using new teaching methods, but they also are helping students cope during a difficult time. It is important they remember self-care in support of others.
A public comment period will run Nov. 1-23 for a draft policy on considering the removal of names from university property. The draft will be available in the policy library.
A team of faculty and staff trained to respond to campus demonstrations is looking to expand, both in size and scope. The demonstration safety team is recruiting employees to grow its ranks and planning more training for members and student groups.
The new finance and planning portal, managed through the ServiceNow platform, is the last of three that converted job aids to a searchable articles format, joining IT services (April) and university human resources (August).
A policy change approved in June and going into effect Jan. 1 will adjust the time period used to determine the amount of leave available to an employee under the Family Medical Leave Act.