The Joint Benefits Committee was re-established in 2015 to review the university’s benefits plans with the goal of optimizing benefits for employees within existing funding levels. The committee includes voting members from all employee groups. Over the past year, the committee has made considerable progress toward designing and implementing a new benefits plan for the university. Continue reading
The 2016/17 In-Service line-up has arrived!
From the Art of Mindful Communication to Effective Business Writing to Service Excellence, Preventing Burnout and many more! Check out the full line-up here!
The in-service program is designed to allow staff more control in directing their personal learning needs in relation to job related duties and task and offers a variety of courses to help staff hone their skills and advance in their career. All courses are free, sign-up is on a first come-first served basis.
Coming up next:
A Taste of Google Apps, October 14
Work/Life Balance Redefined, October 28
Can We Talk? The Art and Skill of Mindful Communication, November 3
The Joint Benefits Committee has reviewed the Annual Benefits Renewal. With the exeception of long term disability, all benefit premiums will remain the same for the July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017 year. The change to the long term disability premium is outlined below: