Category: HR Focus
Beginning Jan. 1, Optum Rx replaced CVS Caremark as the State of Florida’s pharmacy benefits manager.
Join UFHR Training & Organizational Development on Feb. 6 at 11 a.m. for a virtual panel presentation.
By now you should be able to access your Form W-2 in myUFL or the ONE.UF application, or you should soon be receiving it in the mail if you did not give consent to access it electronically. In addition to filing your W-2, the IRS requires reporting of health insurance coverage information for the 2023 federal income tax reporting year. While it is not necessary to include the Form 1095-C with your tax return, you’ll need to include your insurance information on your tax return.
While it’s always a good idea to look over your paycheck statement from time to time, it’s especially important at the beginning of the calendar year. By doing so, you can verify your benefits deductions and leave accruals are accurate and up-to-date.
As we enter a new year and a new semester, there’s no question the University of Florida is on the move at an unprecedented pace — and our momentum truly is unstoppable.
The vision of UF becoming an AI University hatched just a few years ago is now a full-fledged reality, complete with groundbreaking new initiatives and a beautiful building in the heart of campus to bring our university’s AI dreams to fruition. A newly announced multidisciplinary strategic sports initiative is the latest in a mind-blowing series of proposed endeavors put into motion over the last several months through President Sasse’s strategic funding initiative. And that’s just scratching the surface…
Any changes you made during the annual open enrollment period last fall will be reflected in your December and January payroll statements.
A new year brings new opportunities to focus on your well-being and establish healthy habits. To support you along the way, we invite you to explore the upcoming programs and events below.
UF faculty and staff are invited to embark on a transformative journey with the Keep Growing Book Club.
Rachel DiSesa, Ph.D., partially credits her successes to the University of Florida’s Employee Education Program, or EEP.
Taylor Munson began her journey with the University of Florida as a volunteer at UF Health Jacksonville. Just over four years later, she now works as a clinical research coordinator III in the department of Emergency Medicine Research and holds a master’s degree from the University of North Florida — successes she credits in part to UF’s Employee Education Program, or EEP.
Read on to learn more about her experience with the program.
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