Latest Benefits News
Workshop topics include Medicare, planning for financial security, the Florida Retirement System/DROP and Federal Student Aid Loan Forgiveness, with sessions beginning in early May through late August.
As part of its commitment to offering benefits programs that are competitive, valuable and meet the needs of our university community, UFHR recently invited university faculty and staff to join the conversation by providing feedback about the university’s existing leave programs. The scope of the feedback covered the topics of vacation and sick leave, parental leave, medical leave and FMLA leave.
The enrollment period for GatorGradCare summer-only coverage is now open for the following students: New graduate assistants, research assistants and teaching assistants on appointment in the summer, and graduate assistants not currently enrolled in 2018–2019 annual or spring/summer coverage on assistantship for the summer term.
All non-exempt TEAMS and USPS employees, as well as exempt USPS employees may use overtime and/or special compensatory leave through the end of the fiscal year (June 30), but the leave must be entered into the Elapsed Timesheet in the myUFL system no later than 5 p.m. on Thursday, May 30. Learn more.
Employees with nine- and 10-month appointments generally do not receive a paycheck during the summer break but continue to have insurance coverage during these months. Those with summer appointments will not have deductions taken for the UFSelect, GatorCare and/or State plans since premiums were deducted during the double deduction period (February through May).