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Lapse in summer deductions for 9- and 10-month employees does not affect coverage

By on April 6, 2016

Employees on 9- and 10-month appointments will not have deductions taken over the summer months for UFSelect, GatorCare and/or state plans if enrolled.

Ensure your department’s new hires complete benefits transactions early this month

By on December 1, 2015

All qualifying enrollments and changes to GatorCare and UFSelect benefits plans must be completed via the myUFL system by Dec. 17. This includes all new hires who wish to begin their insurance coverage effective Jan. 1, 2016.

Stress Less and Thrive!

By on March 31, 2015

Throughout the months of April, May and June, the UF-UF Health Shands Wellness Committee and GatorCare will be providing employees with a wealth of information, programs and resources designed to help us all “Stress Less and Thrive!”

Spring employee wellness event will feature free biometric screenings

By on March 31, 2015

Do you know your numbers—blood pressure, glucose and BMI—and how they compare to recommended guidelines? A free Employee Wellness Event co-sponsored by the University of Florida and UF Health will kick off at the end of this month for all benefits-eligible employees.

Signing up for GatorCare health coverage and including a domestic partner?

By on November 4, 2014

During Open Enrollment, if you enrolled in GatorCare health coverage and included a domestic partner as a dependent, an Affidavit of Domestic Partnership, which can be obtained through the UF Benefits Office, and evidence of two of the following must be provided:

Wondering how temporary UF workers are covered under the Affordable Care Act?

By on October 1, 2014

The State Group Insurance Program will continue offering benefits to temporary workers in 2015, as required by the Affordable Care Act.

Gators Go Blue for diabetes on World Diabetes Day

By on October 1, 2014

Did you know that 10 million people are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes each year? Eighty percent of type 2 diabetes is preventable by changing diet, increasing physical activity and improving the living environment. You can help bring awareness to the fight against diabetes by wearing blue to work on Nov. 14.