The university’s Skillsoft platform, used to offer professional training courses and manage custom training modules, will update to Skillsoft Percipio in August.
Employees and supervisors can register for focused virtual training sessions that discuss three of the university’s main leave programs: FAMLI, FMLA and Parental Leave
A new portal tool allows managers to clear old My Leave notifications for leave requests or timesheet submissions that were modified before the manager was able to act on and clear the original request.
Starting with the 2024-25 plan year on July 1, all CU Health Plans will extend no-cost generic drug coverage for prescriptions used to prevent or treat common chronic health conditions such as cardiovascular disease, respiratory ailments and more.
The University of Colorado contributes 90% of premiums on average. Faculty and staff can select their benefits during Open Enrollment, April 22 to May 10.
Benefits-eligible faculty and staff can enroll in benefits from April 22 to May 10. Get ready with on-demand courses and upcoming campus wellness fairs.
CU’s Employee Services and TIAA won first place in the Pensions & Investments annual Eddy Awards for efforts to promote public service loan forgiveness through Savi. So far, it’s projected to save employees more than $61 million.
Benefits-eligible faculty and staff can prepare for this year’s Open Enrollment by reviewing their contact information, covered dependents and current health plan and insurance elections.
CVS Caremark’s Maintenance Choice network will add Kroger-affiliated pharmacies, including King Soopers and City Market pharmacies.
Benefits-eligible employees are enrolled automatically in a mandatory retirement plan, but CU also offers three voluntary savings plans. These plans allow employees the opportunity to save additional money with low fees and both traditional and Roth taxation options.