- Wage Works Posting Delay
The University has informed the colleges that the posting of funds to WageWorks account took place this morning. Users can now purchase their transportation fares using their WageWorks debit card. If you are still having challenges, please contact Ms. Brigette Major at (718) 262.2076.
- Lunch and Learn: Social Security Benefits
On Thursday, April 23, 2015, the Office of Human Resources and Ms. Katherine Piscopo Stein, CFP, Halliday Financial, invite you to attend a Social Security Lunch and Learn seminar in Room AC-3A04. Topics will include, "Understanding Social Security benefits for You and Your Family" and ‘Prioritizing your financial, income and beneficiary planning goals.”
- Your MetLife Representative Will Be Here!
Your MetLife Financial Services Representative will be available on-site to answer any questions you have about your employer-sponsored retirement savings plan at the location and time shown below.
- CCA Resources and Support
In light of the recent concerns over the Ebola virus, the Office of Human Resources would like to remind all employees of the services provided by Corporate Counseling Associates (CCA), which administers CUNY’s Work/Life Program.
- October Is Check Your Pension Month!
What's your idea of the perfect retirement?
- Your Metlife Representative Will Be Here!
Mr. Christopher J. Vargas is available to assist you!
- Seven Financial Actions for Parents
- Creating Positive Work Environments
Corporate Counseling Associates presents an EAP Work Life Seminar: Creating Positive Work Environments. Topics covered in this seminar are: building trust, positive communication, setting expectations and needs, creative ideas for recognition and rewards, building team work, finding meaning in your work, accepting responsibility and humor in the workplace.
- MetLife Individual Counseling
Mr. Christopher Vargas will be available on-site to answer any questions you have about your employer-sponsored retirement savings plan.
- White Collar Timesheet Workshop Oct 24th
The University is migrating to an integrated human resources management structure, which includes plans for an electronic time and leave system that will interface with CUNYfirst and Payroll.