CU Health Plan members enrolled in an Anthem plan can learn cognitive and behavioral techniques to get to sleep, stay asleep and wake up feeling refreshed.
The University of Colorado Employee Services will open Tuition Assistance applications on Aug. 3. Make sure you, or your dependents, are ready.
Have something on your mind? We’ve curated a collection of employee-exclusive and publicly available mental health resources for you.
Schedule a virtual one-on-one consultation with a TIAA retirement expert
Life comes at you fast. Don’t forget to review and update your employee benefits when you experience a qualifying life change outside of Open Enrollment.
Understand your tax residency status and applicable tax rules while working or receiving non-compensatory stipend payments, in the United States.
Recent federal changes to taxable income calculations may affect how much money is witheld from your paycheck. Employee Services encourages faculty, staff and students to review their state tax deductions, and determine if they would like to withhold additional state taxes from their paychecks.
If you pay parking fees, you can opt out and keep post-tax deductions.
Short-term disability changes allow Classified Staff options to use paid accrued leave to supplement the benefit paid by disability.