The latest work-life information at IU
No. 60
July 2013


University Human Resources
hr.iu.edu
Informed Employee

Retirement & Savings Plan

Support and Service Staff and Temporary (Hourly) with Retirement employees hired on or after July 1, 2013, will be enrolled in the Retirement & Savings Plan. This is a defined contribution plan where a participant's retirement account balance increases with the University's contributions and investment earnings. The plan provides the following benefits:

For more information, visit hr.iu.edu/benefits/retirement_savings.html. To schedule an individual counseling session or to speak with a University Human Resources team member, email .

 


 

Kuali Time
A New and Improved Timekeeping System

Financial Management Services will deliver a new timekeeping system in the fall of 2013 called Kuali Time. All users and locations will switch to the new system at that time. As implementation nears, more information will be forthcoming.

In addition to a user-friendly interface, Kuali Time features the following:

 


Web Wise The Informed Employee

Electronic versions of The Informed Employee are always available at hr.iu.edu/benefits/bulletin/bulletinmain.html. Issues published before March 2003 are available in PDF format.

 


 

IU Employee Assistance Program (IUEAP)

The IU Employee Assistance Program (IUEAP) provides professional help when day-to-day activities are interrupted by stress. IUEAP services are confidential and voluntary. Some common reasons to use IUEAP services include:

Covered Services

Full-time Academic and Staff employees and their household members are eligible for:

Accessing Care

  1. Obtaining IUEAP services starts with a phone call: 888-234-8327 or 317-962-2622.
  2. A qualified and caring EAP professional will make an initial assessment and help to determine how IUEAP may help.
  3. A referral may be made to either an EAP network-licensed clinician for face-to-face problem-solving visits or to a local agency or resource.
  4. If a problem requires long-term care or clinical services beyond the scope of IUEAP, a counselor will help identify appropriate resources, including referral to a mental health or substance abuse professional.

Provider and Plan Contributions

IUEAP benefits are provided through IU Health (Methodist Assistance Program). All fees are paid by the University. There is no cost to employees for IUEAP services.

 


 

24-hour Nurse Line

Summer is here and so are the health risks that come with outdoor activity—bug bites, dehydration, sunburns, poison ivy—to name a few. To obtain medical guidance on non-emergency health questions this summer and all year long, employees will want to add the 24-hour Nurse Line number to their mobile phone contact list: 866-895-5835.

Specially trained registered nurses assess situations and provide information and recommendations. Participation is voluntary and costs are paid by the university.

The 24-Hour Nurse Line does not replace a doctor's care and is not designed to address emergency situations. In an emergency, call 911.

 


 

mobile devise in handEmployee Services in IU Mobile App

Employees may find it useful to access Employee Services through the IU Mobile app, a gateway to Indiana University information and services. IU Mobile is available at no charge to employees. iPhone and iPad users can download the app through iTunes at itunes.apple.com/us/app/iu-mobile/id383456985; Android users can download the app from AppBrain at www.appbrain.com.

Examples of services include:

 

 

 

UHRS

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