HR Notices & Reports
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Tuesday, Apr. 12, 2011
To All Benefits-Eligible Faculty and Staff:
Re: 2012 Healthcare Waiver Credit
Thank you for your participation in the Healthcare Waiver Credit Survey this past fall. Due to the positive response, the Department of Human Resources is pleased to announce that SCU will offer a health care waiver credit in the amount of $150 per month (taxable compensation) for the 2012 Calendar Year. This additional compensation will be available to those employees who have other Healthcare coverage and choose to opt out of SCU’s medical.
Please keep in mind that you may need to work with your spouse or registered domestic partners’ benefits department to coordinate with their open enrollment so that you do not have a lapse in coverage; not all programs are based on the calendar year. More information will follow with our regular open enrollment communications.
Ingrid C. Williams
Wednesday, Mar. 23, 2011
Joe Crowley facilitated a workshop, "Tax Planning/Update with Joe Crowley" to Santa Clara University faculty and staff last March 16, 2011. Click on the "More Information" link to access the video and presentation materials.
Access is limited to SCU Faculty and Staff only. Novell username and password are required.
Friday, Jan. 21, 2011
View the "Health Reform - An Overview" presentation slides and the "Health Reform Hits Main Street video presented by Dave Cannon, Principal, Barney & Barney to SCU employees.
Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010
Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2010
This memorandum is to inform you of some significant changes and cost-sharing increases to the healthcare plans that we offer at Santa Clara University and to explain the origin of these changes as well as encourage you to fully examine your choices before the deadline for Open Enrollment on November 30, 2010. Please visit the open enrollment website at www.scu.edu/hr/openenroll for more information.
Tuesday, Aug. 17, 2010
Find out when benefits begin for employees and their eligible dependents. Get detailed information on the US Health Care Reform.
Monday, May. 10, 2010
You may have questions about how the uncertain European economic situation and financial market volatility may impact your retirement account. With that in mind, click here for TIAA-CREF's statement on the situation. You may also contact a TIAA-CREF representative at 800-842-2252 with questions about your investments.
Monday, Nov. 3, 2008
The current financial crisis is on all of our minds and employees may be experiencing unexpected changes, disruptions, and increased levels of stress and anxiety. There are many ways the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) can help during these tumultuous times.