Category: HR Updates
Have you verified your benefits deductions? Any changes you made during the annual open enrollment period will be reflected on your December and January payroll statements. Deductions for the 2024 calendar year began with the Dec. 1 paycheck.
As you make preparations for time off during the holidays, be sure to keep in mind the UF closing period and personal leave days.
Florida TaxWatch, the Florida Council of 100 and the state of Florida awarded a Florida Government Productivity Award to the WUFT / Florida Public Radio Emergency Network (FPREN) team, composed of UF College of Journalism and Communications Division of Media Properties Executive Director Randy Wright, Chief Meteorologist and FPREN Director Jeff George, and Senior Multimedia Meteorologist Megan Borowski.
UF Training & Organizational Development recently released its Spring 2024 schedule of courses.
In addition to exploring courses thematically via the UFHR Learn & Grow website, you can also visit the digital training calendar to view at-a-glance upcoming trainings scheduled throughout the month.
By now you should be able to access your W-2 form 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.
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.
Read on to learn about benefits deductions and the vacation leave conversion pause.
Beginning this Thursday, testing will be available for faculty, staff and students at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. These efforts are being coordinated by the Department of Health COVID Operations at UF, or DOH at UF, previously known as UF Health Screen, Test & Protect. Anyone wishing to schedule a test may now do so via ONE.UF.
Additional testing locations for the Gainesville area and throughout the state may be found on the Florida Department of Health’s website. If you have questions or need additional guidance, you may also reach out to the DOH at UF team at (352) 273-9790…
UF Training & Organizational Development recently released its Spring 2022 schedule of courses.
When she assumed the role of UF’s vice president for human resources five and a half years ago, Jodi Gentry’s vision was to help create a competitive advantage for the university through people — strong individual contributors, high-functioning collaborators and teams, and excellent leaders — where their best work would be encouraged, enabled, expected and recognized.
Recognizing the challenges the pandemic has created for faculty and staff and in light of the extra hours many have worked over the past year, UF faculty and staff vacation leave hours exceeding the maximum typically allowed in a calendar year will not convert to sick leave this year.
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