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None, other than supplying information.
None; refer to campus Human Resources/Beneﬁts department.
None. We refer them to campus Beneﬁts and Payroll.
One-on-one consultation and problem solving in Libraries Human Resources Ofﬁce.
Process enrollment changes, provide reminders via e-mail about actions possible during open enrollment and the
enrollment deadline, answer questions, act as liaison with campus HR.
Refer the employee to the university’s retirement ofﬁce. We enter necessary payroll actions. We work to resolve
coverage issues, monitor payroll deductions, advertise and respond to questions on open enrollment, and counsel
employees who experience life changes.
Remind employees of enrollment deadlines.
Sponsors presentation by university HR during open enrollment; will assist with university HR liaison on speciﬁc issues if
employee has been unable to independently resolve.
The Libraries does not administer retirement beneﬁts or insurance plans. That is done through the central beneﬁts ofﬁce.
The Libraries Human Resources ofﬁce refers employees to Central Human Resources for insurance related issues. Library
HR ensures all employees make elections during positive open enrollment periods.
The Library Administrative Services ofﬁce provides assistance to library staff with completing the retirement and
insurance beneﬁts paperwork. All paperwork is then sent to the university’s Human Resource department.
The library does not administer retirement beneﬁts; that is done through the university’s Human Resources ofﬁce. The
library is there for referral information or coordination with that ofﬁce. The library’s Human Resource ofﬁce processes
the retirement personnel action paper work to initiate the employee’s retirement date to begin beneﬁts. The library’s
Human Resource ofﬁce process’s the personnel action paper work to initiate the employee’s hire date to begin beneﬁts,
to terminate employment, to stop beneﬁts. They are there for information purposes only to direct an employee to
university Human Resources for enrollment change information or to Web site. Open enrollment is conducted by the
State of Texas in the summer of each year and is coordinated through the main Human Resource ofﬁce; the library will
dissimilate the information to it’s staff via an e-mail.
The library has no role in administering retirement beneﬁts. If there is a change in employment status, the library would
complete an employee transaction form and send it to Human Resources for processing. Employees contact Human
Resources directly if there are beneﬁt or pension issues, questions, etc.
The library is not involved in any aspect.
The Library plays NO role in administering retirement beneﬁts or insurance plans.
The university HR ofﬁce is the sole administrator. The library HR staff can answer basic questions and point to resources,
but that is the extent of our involvement.
Traditionally all questions are directed to parent Institution. Forms for establishing beneﬁts and making changes are
available in Libraries Human Resource ofﬁce or found online. Libraries will assist as a liaison between staff and parent
Human Resource Ofﬁce. If problem can not be resolved, staff are asked to contact parent Human Resource Ofﬁce. Open
enrollment is processed solely by parent Human Resource ofﬁce.