Open Enrollment for benefits-eligible CU employees begins April 19. Prepare now by watching the Basics of CU Health Plans and Pretax Savings course – it can help you better understand your benefits, inform your choices and maximize your health care dollars.
Protect your sleep and mental health against the upcoming move to daylight saving time with Sleepio.
Interactive online courses and guides can help those five years away from retirement to map their road to retirement.
Find child care, tutors, elder care, pet sitters and more through the Care@Work program by Care.com.
Flu season is right around the corner, have you thought about getting a flu shot? While Employee Serivices will not hold on-campus flu shots clinics this year, CU Health Plan providers offer plenty of convenient ways to get your annual inoculation against the flu, often at no cost.
Some employees who use the Tuition Assistance Benefit for themselves or their dependents may be subject to taxation, which will be withheld from their paycheck in the coming months.
Employee Services has debuted new video courses and guides for recent hires to navigate their employee benefits and pay.
Applications for the Tuition Assistance Benefit (TAB) covering the fall 2020 semester are now open. Don’t miss the campus TAB application and course registration deadlines.
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.
Short-term disability changes allow Classified Staff options to use paid accrued leave to supplement the benefit paid by disability.

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