Pace University offers a variety of programs and services for the Pace community and their spouses and dependents. Programs offered encompass basic insurance coverages (medical, dental, life and disability), retirement, flexible spending accounts, educational benefits, and wellness programs.
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Established to advise Pace University administration on the ongoing review and update of the University's benefits programs, fringe and retirement plan benefits for all active employees, and retired and long-term disabled individuals.
The information contained on the website is not intended to replace the plan documents, nor is the information in any way intended to imply a contract.
The Compensation department provides assistance with creating and updating position descriptions, and classification, merit process guidelines, Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) compliance, and managing and navigating the Performance Management and Development Process (PMDP).
Details the procedure and eligibility criteria for enrollment of domestic partners under the University's benefit programs.
Pace University provides educational opportunities for you and your family to pursue a degree at Pace or another higher education institution.
Pace University offers a retirement program to assist you in building financial security. The retirement plan provides you with an opportunity to make contributions to tax sheltered investments for the purpose of accumulating retirement income.
Our wellness programs are designed to encourage all faculty and staff to live healthier lifestyles and create a culture of health throughout the campus.
Pace University provides benefits to protect your income and your family in the event that you are not actively at work due to illness or injury or you become deceased.
Full time employees are offered Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance. Aetna is the administrator.
Designed to provide an overview of the benefit options available to full-time employees of Pace University.
Benefits Open Enrollment takes place every November. The Open Enrollment period is your 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 care Flexible Spending Account (FSA).
Find information about Faculty Retirement Option, Pre-Retirement Planning, and Post-Retirement Benefits.
You have the right to receive a copy of the full annual report, or any part thereof, on request.