Annual enrollment, the period set aside for employees to make benefit selections, is scheduled for Oct. 15-31. Please mark this period on your calendar, so you’ll be prepared to make benefit changes for the 2021 calendar year. University Human Resources will provide more information about annual enrollment soon. RELATED NEWS No related news.
University Human Resources will host its annual Ready to Retire workshop Sept. 18 from 1-4 p.m. The workshop will take place via Zoom due to NC State’s restriction on the number of people who can gather at one time (50 people for any event, indoors or outdoors) to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Up to Read More »
In July, University Human Resources asked members of the Wolfpack to donate leave hours to the university’s new COVID-19 Voluntary Shared Leave Bank. In a span of two weeks, the Pack stepped up and donated almost 8,000 hours. The program allows leaving-earning employees to donate leave time to other leave-earning employees who meet specific criteria Read More »
Each year NC State University employees gather for the Service Awards breakfast. Retired NC State University employee Lillie Kirby will be honored next month for 50 years of state service — a milestone not many workers at the university achieve. Kirby began her career as a state employee in 1968 in the Johnston County Read More »
When NC State’s Council on the Status of Women started its effort to get a paid parental leave policy implemented, the task seemed insurmountable, one of its members said. “It seemed like there were so many mountains in front of us to overcome,” said Lisa LaBarbera-Mascote, an ex officio council member and director of the Read More »
The State Health Plan has provided an update concerning its Clear Pricing Project. Effective Jan. 1, 2020, the State Health Plan will consist of two networks: the Blue Cross Blue Shield Blue Options Network, which currently is used by the plan, and the new North Carolina State Health Plan Network. The two networks will include Read More »
NC State employee Wendy Silver attended a retirement workshop in February, even though she doesn’t plan to retire soon. Silver said she attended Ready to Retire because she’s contemplating when she should retire now that she has accumulated 25 years of state service. She earned those years working at three state agencies — the Office Read More »
University Human Resources wants to remind employees about the enhancements that have been made to the university’s child care services program. NC State has added two providers to the program: Goddard School for Early Childhood Development and RightTime KiDS Drop-in Childcare in Raleigh. A third provider, Bright Horizons, has added its nine facilities in Read More »