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HR Matters Newsletter
The HR Matters Newsletter contains updates and relevant information for current and prospective employees at Santa Clara University.
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.
Sunday, Oct. 10, 2010The 2011 Benefits Open Enrollment Period is almost here! This year, the open enrollment period begins Monday, October 18, and will continue through Tuesday, November 30, 2010. All changes made during this time will be effective January 1, 2011.
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 (PDF 14KB). You may also contact a TIAA-CREF representative at 800-842-2252 with questions about your investments.
Tuesday, Mar. 31, 2009As an employee of Santa Clara University, you have access to Liveandworkwell.com at no cost to you. The interactive Web site provides estate and will information, interactive tools and templates, and even free initial attorney consultations.
Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2008The Department of Human Resources will be hosting two drop-in time entry educational sessions to answer questions regarding the University time entry system.
Monday, Nov. 3, 2008The 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.
Thursday, Jul. 31, 2008
Living through an earthquake and the aftershocks is a frightening experience. Earthquakes can cause mental stress and worry in addition to property or physical damage. Be alert to your feelings and help others, particularly children, regain a sense of security.
Visit www.Liveandworkwell.com for a Special Alert on Earthquakes and sign in or use your access code to enter and get more assistance