HR Benefit Sessions Continue Oct. 20, Nov. 17

Telemedicine and a benefit overview will be the focus of the learning series, For Your Benefit, presented by the Office of Human Resources.
HR Benefit Sessions Continue Oct. 20, Nov. 17

The Office of Human Resources is pleased to announce the continuation of the learning series, For Your Benefit, with sessions geared toward resources, planning and guidance on topics including our various employee benefit plans and life issues such as telemedicine, benefit overview, tuition remission, and more.

Session 2: Oct. 20, 2:30 - 4 p.m. TDC405
Participants in the University's health plan have free and easy access to physicians 24x7. SwiftMD is often the first call they make at the onset of an il lness or injury to save themselves time and money. If it can be treated by a routine office visit or a trip to an Urgent Care Center, SwiftMD offers a convenient, high-quality healthcare alternative. A representative from SWIFT MD, Ross McNeil, will present information about this valuable benefit and how to access care.

Session 3: Nov. 17, 2:30 - 4 p.m. TDC405
The University of Scranton fosters a spirit of caring – grounded in Jesuit tradition of cura personalis by providing an outstanding benefits package to its employees. Our comprehensive benefits and resources are designed to promote and sustain the health and wellness of employees and their families, and to help employees invest wisely in their future.

Session 1, hosted Sept. 22, discussed “Using your Tuition Benefit.” Employees can pursue an undergraduate degree, learn for their own enrichment, or pursue a graduate degree.This workshop, was presented by BethAnn McCartney, Benefits Manager; Jonathan Kirby, Assistant Director of Financial Aid; and Caitlyn M. Hollingshead, Director of Graduate & International Admin., Graduate Admissions and Recruitment.

Learn more about the University benefit package

Our benefits package includes:

-Health care plan choices that include medical, dental and vision
-A University supported retirement savings plan
-Tuition remission and tuition excha nge plans for employees and their families
-Short and long term disability programs
-Life Insurance
-Paid time off
-An employee assistance program
-Mission and Community Service Leave
-Alternative work schedule program

Join BethAnn McCartney, Benefits Manager and Eileen Notarianni, Benefits Specialist, for an overview of the University’s benefit package and important steps to access each benefit.

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