If you’ve researched the 2017 insurance plan options and decided which plans are best for you, it’s time to enroll through myHR. Don’t forget, you are required to take action, even if your decision is to waive coverage for one or all of the plans offered, or if you’d like to keep the same insurance plans you enrolled in for 2016.
If you haven’t researched your plan options yet, take the time to make sure you’re choosing what’s best for you. There are many tools available to help you make decisions.
The university deducts premiums from your paycheck automatically, but you can select to have your deductions removed before taxes are taken out, or after. Learn more before you make this important decision during Annual Enrollment.
What’s the difference between a FSA and a HSA? Understand your benefits by learning about health expense accounts. Remember, the type of account you can use depends on the insurance plan you choose during Annual Enrollment.
Annual Enrollment is now a month away, so get ready to see the university’s Total Rewards Guide delivered to your home address next week.
All UM System faculty and staff, regardless of hours or benefit eligibility, have the ability to participate in the UM System 403(b) and 457(b) Voluntary Retirement Plans.
A sustained lack of sleep and consistent overwork pose serious consequences to health and productivity.
Constant stress has a serious influence over your heart health, but many are unaware of the equally serious influence it has over brain health.
The university is committed to providing a positive learning and workplace environment. We help support that commitment by ensuring all employees are educated and informed through our Building a Foundation: Discrimination Prevention & Title IX training course. Complete this year’s module by October 31.