The outdated platform will switch to a WordPress content management system, effective Dec. 1. Ads that are in the current system will not be transferred and must be resubmitted starting on Dec. 1. First time users will need to verify their Google login, but this step won’t be required for subsequent uses.
During Open Enrollment, staff can make changes to their health and welfare plans. To assist employees in making decisions about their plans, the Benefits Office is hosting an information meeting on Monday, Nov. 10, from noon to 1 p.m. in the Building 50 Auditorium. The meeting will be streamed on the epresence website. Open Enrollment ends on Nov. 25.
The holidays can be a challenging time when normal care arrangements for loved ones are not available when you have to be at work. The Lab’s Back-Up Care program provides temporary care solutions that enable staff to work despite holiday school closures or caregiver vacations. Go here to register (user name = LBNL, password = 4Backup) or make a reservation. More>
Updates include new videos that explain benefits, rising supplemental disability costs for shorter waiting periods, and Western Health Advantage expansion in northern California. Open Enrollment continues through. Nov. 25.
Employees can serve as key players in identifying talented individuals to fill scientific and operations jobs. Each referral leading to a successful hire may be eligible for up to $2000 through the Employee Referral Incentive Program. More>
There will be a pump available in the two most frequently used areas: Building 90 in the first floor lactation area of the women’s restroom, and in the lactation area in the Potter St. building. Be sure to view instructional video before first use. More>
All of the current medical plans will be available in 2015, with a few benefits enhancements (including chiropractic care and acupuncture) and no major changes. Open Enrollment begins at 8 a.m., Oct. 30 and runs through 5 p.m., Nov. 25. Go here to check premiums and here to view the results of the recent medical plan survey.
Class on “Resilience/Stress Management” takes place tomorrow (Oct. 14) at noon in Perseverance Hall. The second class, on Thursday, Oct. 16, at noon in Building 2-100B, covers “Getting Sleep: Misconceptions and Facts.” Both workshops are free.
The Got Veggies? challenge is open to employees at all UC locations, retirees, spouses and partners, who are enrolled in a UC-sponsored medical plan. You can join as an individual or, better yet, join or create a team for additional motivation. More>