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New Employee Orientation is scheduled for most Mondays which includes a session covering health (including dental,
vision, prescription), life, disability, FSA, long-term care, vacation/sick leave, and retirement options.
New Employee Orientation session within 10 days of employment. E-mail, training sessions, one-on-one sessions.
New Employee Orientation Sessions; Semi-Annual Pre-retirement Information Sessions. Open Enrollment Information
New Employee Orientation, Annual Beneﬁts Open Enrollment sessions, Beneﬁts Committees.
New employee orientation, C&T packet, handouts, Web site(s), counselors available.
New employee orientation, usually within two weeks of start date. Information to current employees is disseminated via
e-mails and an online and print newsletter.
New employee orientation, Web site, mailings.
New employees are offered orientation sessions within the ﬁrst 30 days of employment that include information
regarding retirement beneﬁts. Information is also available online. Information is disseminated to current employees via
Web site and electronic memos sent to staff.
New employees attend a Beneﬁts Orientation conducted by the university’s Human Resources Ofﬁce within the ﬁrst 30
days of employee. They receive information on retirement and insurance, and complete registration forms.
New employees attend new hire orientation and learn about beneﬁts. Web site provides access to extensive beneﬁts
information and estimating tools. Workshops conducted to help employees save for retirement.
New employees receive a standard orientation which includes an orientation to retirement and insurance beneﬁts. A
representative from the state system meets with employees as part of the orientation. Alternative retirement vendors
are provided contact information for new employees and meet with them individually.
New employees: half-day beneﬁts information session that is part of the campus’ new employee orientation. Current
employees: e-mail, in-library presentations, updated Web sites.
New orientation sessions offered once a month, annual open enrollment fairs, e-mails, additional informational/training
sessions offered throughout the year, and one-on-one meetings with individuals.
Offers early and late retirement seminars. Orientation Meeting.
Once Human Resources is informed of a new hire, an orientation package is mailed to them with all the beneﬁt and
pension information along with the necessary forms that require completion to have the coverage begin. Documents are
available on the Human Resources Web site regarding pension and retirement. Seminars are also run through out the
One-day, new hire orientation conducted by university central HR department.
One-on-one on-boarding. On-site retirement plan counseling with vendor representatives. Annual online open
enrollment Web site and university online newsletter. Annual beneﬁts and wellness fair. Posters and postcards.
Online new employee orientation program. Beneﬁts overview sessions held twice a month. Retirement Manager online
tool. Consultants from companies providing Deﬁned Contribution Plans. University Financial Management & Education
Center Consultants (human resources beneﬁts specialists and managers). Beneﬁts counselors. Beneﬁts e-mail. Human
Resources Employee Beneﬁts Web pages.
Online orientation program.