Employee Services News

 
As early as this spring, any employee who hasn’t enrolled in CU’s direct deposit payroll program will receive his or her money on a university-issued paycard, delivered to the employee’s homes.
 
The University of Colorado will pay a rate 0.90 percentage points higher this year than it did in 2013 toward supporting the Public Employees’ Retirement Association (PERA).
 
A new University of Colorado policy asks CU retirees who return to the university as staff members to closely monitor and manage the number of hours worked.
 
Employee Services will mail all CU employees' 2013 W-2s by Jan. 31.
 
Keep your paycheck safe from thieves by viewing your pay advice in the CU portal from January 24-28.
 
Join Weight Watchers, the latest benefit offered by CU, to get inspired by others just like you to reach your weight-loss goals.
 
If you’re a CU Health Plan participant currently enrolled in a flexible spending account, ASIFlex is offering you a new way to check and file your claims—through a new, free mobile app.
 
Want to be featured on CU's LinkedIn Careers page? Employee Services wants to hear from you.
 
Employee Services and the CU Health and Welfare Trust offered a handful of services to employees directly affected by floods that hit Colorado in September 2013, and hopes to use these resources for employees affected by future natural disasters.
 
CU Health Plan -- BREATHE with Quitline covers your efforts to quit smoking with free, personalized coaching, nicotine replacement therapy and trusted resources.

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