May 2017: HR Updates
Get your benefits plan all settled with the upcoming open enrollment period, running from May 11–25.
The annual benefits open enrollment period is scheduled from May 11, 2017–May 25, 2017.
This is your annual opportunity to review your current benefit elections, make changes to your medical, dental, and life insurance coverage, as well as enroll (or re-enroll) in a health care or dependent child care Flexible Spending Account (FSA) for the new plan year.
As was true last year, Open Enrollment for plan year 2017–2018 will be completed online via an electronic open enrollment form. The form allows you to login, enroll, and change your benefits online—at work, home, or from any computer with internet access—anytime during the Open Enrollment period. Note: VPN access is NOT required.
For more information, to access the open enrollment system, and to see updated benefit packages, visit the Human Resources website.
Spring 2017 TIAA Retirement Planning Dates
TIAA counselors will be on campus to meet with employees individually to discuss retirement planning during May. Learn more to access flyer with dates, locations, and contact information to schedule your appointment.
Spring Wellness Activities
Wellness is back in style! Human Resources are leading walks in Valhalla and on the New York City Campus! The walks are 30–45 minutes in duration, and begin at 12:15 p.m. on Tuesdays (Valhalla) and Thursdays (NYC). The Valhalla walks meet inside, in the lobby level, and the NYC walks begin in front of One Pace Plaza.
Pace University's faculty has been hard at work this fall—here are two faculty success stories that have particularly stood out among all the great work that’s happening at Pace.
Faculty Success Stories: November 2017
In an extremely busy month for Pace professors, here's all the media mentions, book publications, and special awards that are fit to print for November 2017!
Fit to Print November 2017
#GivingTuesday returns to Pace on Tuesday, November 28, as the Pace Community hopes to set a new record and surpass last year’s total of $126,000.