Audio Modules for Employees are Now on the HR Web Site - Listen to Information About Benefits, Employment, and Payroll
November 25, 2013
SIUE offers a comprehensive and affordable benefit programs to employees and their families. With so many choices, making informed decisions can be overwhelming. To help new and existing employees understand our benefit programs and payroll options as well as to assist with the completion of enrollment forms, we have developed modules on programs available to full and part time employees.
These modules allow employees to access benefit and payroll information at a convenient time and location. All material is supplemented with an audio narrative to assist employees with the decisions they need to make and forms that need to be completed.
The following modules are currently available on each topic’s page in the Benefits, Payroll, Employment, and Payroll sections of the Human Resources webpages and are also listed under the New Employee information found at the following link: http://www.siue.edu/humanresources/new_employees.shtml.
|Dental Insurance||Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)||Flex Spending Accounts|
|Health Insurance||Life Insurance||State Universities Retirement System (SURS)|
|Supplemental Insurance||Supplemental Retirement Plans||Tuition Waiver|
|Vacation and Sick Leave||Vision Insurance||Workers Compensation|
|Direct Deposit||Illinois State W-4 Form||Federal W-4 Form||
|Completing an I-9||Identity Protection||Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting||
Check out these new and informative modules today! We welcome your comments, questions or feedback.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 618-650-2190. Thank you!
November Employee of the Month
November 11, 2013
Dana Dain, Office Support Specialist, School of Pharmacy, is the recipient of the November Employee Recognition Award. Ms. Dain was nominated by Dean Gireesh Gupchup, School of Pharmacy.
“Dana has been working in the School of Pharmacy for more than two years. While working in the Department of Pharmacy Practice she was praised by her department chair and the entire faculty for being very creative and improving the effectiveness in the department. Currently in the Office of Professional and Student Affairs (OPSA) in the School of Pharmacy, Dana serves as a key communicator with students. Dana often goes beyond the call of duty. Dana has been very supportive of all the office support staff. Dana has worked with my office to create an informal “staff council” that meets every semester. This “staff council” communicates with the administration and has been instrumental in including staff on School of Pharmacy standing committee; thereby including staff in the shared governance of the school.
~Gireesh Gupchup, Dean, School of Pharmacy
Dana joined the School of Pharmacy to support both the Department of Pharmacy Practice and the Office of Student Affairs. Since moving into the Office of Professional & Student Affairs on a full-time basis Dana has taken on numerous responsibilities that she manages to juggle with both great efficiency and effectiveness.
Dana keeps a very pleasant attitude and has an amazing ability to organize activities and see them through to completion. She is well-known for her positive demeanor and her approachable nature. Students frequent to her desk to deliver paperwork and ask her opinion on matters related to organization fund-raising, etc. She embraces her roles and it is evident that she enjoys the satisfaction that comes with helping others.
The School of Pharmacy and the University at-large are very fortunate to have such a highly skilled, compassionate and hard-working individual for its on-going benefit.
~Mark Luer, Associate Dean, Professional & Student Affairs
I would like to thank Dr. Mark Luer and Dr. Gireesh Gupchup for nominating me. I have truly enjoyed working at the School of Pharmacy and feel fortunate to work with such a team-orientated staff, kind hearted faculty, and hard-working students on a daily basis. Thank you!
Please join us in congratulating Dana Dain as the Employee of the Month on November 20th at 4:00 pm in the Schnucks Conference Room at the School of Pharmacy. You can also send Dana a congratulatory email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Questions or comments should be directed to LaToya Scroggins at email@example.com or ext. 2127.