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Benefits Open Lab Sessions

Stop in to a Benefit Open Lab Session to have any of your Annual Benefit Enrollment (October 2nd – October 27th) questions answered or to get help with your eBenefits election process from one of our Benefit specialists.  All Benefit Open Lab Sessions will be held in IS 1129 J unless indicated below.

  • Monday, October 2nd   question 1
    • 3:00 to 4:00 p.m
  • Tuesday, October 10th
    • 8:00 to 9:00 a.m
  • Friday, October 13th
    • 2:00 to 3:00 p.m
  • Wednesday, October 18th
    • 3:30 – 4:30 p.m
  • Friday, October 20th
    • 12:00 – 1:00 p.m
  • Monday, October 23rd
    • 8:00 – 9:20 a.m
  • Wednesday, October 25th – CL 102
    • 3:00 – 4:30 p.m
  • Thursday, October 26th – IS 1129 B
    • 10:00 – 12:00 p.m
  • Friday, October 27th
    • 8:30 – 10:30 a.m

Please contact payrollandbenefits@uwgb.edu or ext. 2390 with any questions.

 

October Wellness Webinar: Understanding Health Values

By now, you’ve participated in your health screening as part of the Well Wisconsin incentive program. Join us to learn more about what the numbers mean and how you can maintain or improve them for your overall health and well-being.

Date: Wednesday, October 18, 2017HealthNumberA

Time: 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.

Location: Cofrin Library, 7th floor, room 735

No need to RSVP – just mark your calendar to join us, and bring your lunch!

You could also participate in this webinar at your workstation if you prefer – please visit wellwisconsin.staywell.com and go to Webinars to register.

Wellness webinars highlighting various health and well-being topics will take place the 3rd Wednesday of each month. All webinars will be recorded and available to Well Wisconsin Program participants on the wellness portal after the event date.

To access the wellness portal, you must be an employee, retiree, or enrolled spouse/domestic partner enrolled in the State of Wisconsin or Wisconsin Public Employers Group Health Insurance Program.

University Services Program Associate – Continuing Education & Community Engagement

This position reports to the Director of Government Affairs and Economic Development and is responsible for providing a high level of customer service within the Division, WGFOA (contracted association), outside customers, and partnering organizations. As a liaison with internal and external people, this position interacts with a diverse audience of individuals and organizations by communicating procedural information, interpreting and implementing System regulations and policies, and resolving complex problems.

For more information and full position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please apply by Thursday, October 19, 2017.

Title and Total Compensation Study Open Forum – September 22

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The University of Wisconsin System is embarking on a complete redesign of its current classification and compensation structure. The goal of the Title and Total Compensation Study is to modernize the existing title and compensation programs which will, in turn, attract and retain the best talent for the organization. The study is underway and has now moved into Phase 2 of 5, focused on assessment of current positions and modernizing the job title structure.

Are you interested in finding out more on the current status of the study? The next open forum will take place on Friday, September 22, 2017 from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. in the 1965 RoomRegister today to attend the upcoming campus open forum!

On-Site Health Screening on September 14th

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Know your numbers!

Register today for the on-site health screening event at UW-Green Bay for employees and their spouse/domestic partner who are enrolled in the State of Wisconsin Group Health Insurance Program!

Date: Thursday, September 14, 2017

Time: 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Room: Phoenix Room in University Union

Complete two easy steps by October 20, 2017 to earn the $150* Well Wisconsin incentive:

STEP 1: Get your 2017 health screening** – log in to wellwisconsin.staywell.com and click the Programs tab to register for this event.

  • You’ll be in and out in 20 minutes
  • Screening includes measurements for blood pressure, body mass index (BMI), cholesterol (HDL, LDL and Total), triglycerides and glucose
  • Fasting is not required, but is highly recommended for more accurate results
  • Screening completion will be displayed in the StayWell wellness portal within two business days. Your results will be automatically uploaded to your profile within 10 business days
  • On-site health screenings are confidential, free and voluntary

STEP 2: Complete the StayWell health assessment** at wellwisconsin.staywell.com

It takes about 10 minutes and is mobile and tablet friendly!

NOTE: You must register ahead of time for this health screening – they do not allow walk-ins that day.

If you already completed your health screening this past April, you do not need to complete it again in 2017.  There will be another on-site screening event in April 2018, for the 2018 Well Wisconsin incentive.

Questions? For more information on on-site health screenings or the Well Wisconsin Program, log in to wellwisconsin.staywell.com or email payrollandbenefits@uwgb.edu.

* Those enrolled in Humana’s Medicare Advantage plan or have a postal address outside of the U.S. are not eligible to receive the $150 incentive. The $150 incentive is treated as taxable income and will be reported to your employer.

** Individual health information will never be shared with the employer.

How to Handle Fruits and Vegetables

The skin of fresh fruits and vegetables can have germs that can make you sick. They also can contain chemicals that farmers use to help the plants grow. That’s why it’s a good idea to wash fruits and vegetables before you eat them. Here are some tips:

  1. Wash your hands with soap and water before and after handling fruits and vegetables.Washing_peppers
  2. Rinse all fresh fruit and vegetables with warm water, even if you don’t eat the skin or peel. Germs on the skin or peel can spread to the inside when you cut or peel it.
  3. If there is a firm skin, such as on apples or potatoes, use a scrub brush to clean it.
  4. Cut away bruised or damaged areas on fruits and vegetables before you eat them.
  5. Most fresh fruits and vegetables will stay fresher if put in the refrigerator, but some will not. For example, it is OK to keep potatoes and bananas on the kitchen counter. But return cut and peeled fruits and vegetables to the refrigerator within two hours. Put them in the crisper and cover them.

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2017-2018 Employee Virtual Parking Permit Purchase

Ongoing employee’s payroll deduction for virtual parking permits is now available for the 2017-2018 academic year. The virtual parking permit is your license plate and an automated license plate reader camera is used to verify permits.  “Vehicles displaying only one license plate must park with the plate facing the travel portion of the parking lot” – is required for the reader camera to function.

Ongoing employees wishing to elect payroll deduction should use their campus log in at https://sis.uwgb.edu/parking/employee/  (online payroll deduction will close September 5, 2017).  After logging in please complete these two steps:

  1. Verify your license plate information from last year is accurate, or make the necessary changes.   You may enter more than one vehicle license plate, but only one vehicle can be parked on campus at a time. The permit holder is responsible for the accuracy of the information provided to the parking permit system.  AND
  2. You must check the box and agree to the payroll deduction terms.

Ongoing employees choosing not to use payroll deduction or who want to purchase term permits can do so at the Bursar’s office with cash or check.  Please enter plate(s) at https://sis.uwgb.edu/parking/employee/ prior to payment at the Bursar’s office.

Ad Hocs, Associate Lecturers, University or Academic Staff temporary or those who work on campus but are not employees of UWGB, must go to the Bursar’s office to purchase a Virtual Permit with cash or check and to enter plates since payroll deduction is not available.

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Marketing/Editorial Project Writer – Temporary

Applications will be considered for vacancies that occur from June 30, 2017 to June 30, 2018.

UW-Green Bay welcomes the submission of credentials from persons interested in short-term employment in the department of University Marketing and Communication.This posting does not apply to a specific current opening. Respondents to this posting will be included in a general pool for the department, and may be contacted when positions become available.

These positions may include the following responsibilities:

  • Attending on-site or teleconference meetings to receive assignments and project direction, timelines, etc.
  • Research and reading (online or via other secondary sources) to establish base of knowledge on various topics to increase subject matter expertise and enhance quality of writing
  • Adherance to UW-Green Bay style guide and formats
  • Story/idea vetting, to include information gathering and interviewing to refine and shape story ideas and marketing concepts
  • Writing copy for a variety of channels, executions, and audienes to include but not limited to blog posts, news releases, magazine stories, website copy, advertising copy and e-mail campaign copy
  • Accuracy of information, both factually and grammatically
  • Ability to receive feedback and constructive criticism and apply feedback to revisions and interations
  • Attention to detail and accuracy
  • Ability to consistently meet deadlines and work in a fast-paced environment
  • Responsive nature and pleasant customer service skills

For more information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

 

Welcome Tony Werner!

Tony Werner-9Tony P. Werner joined the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay as Vice Chancellor for University Advancement and President of the UW-Green Bay Foundation, Inc., on March 8, 2017.  Tony is the former President and CEO of the Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation, Detroit. He returns to the region, where he served as Director of Development for the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts, from 1997-99.  He has 27 years of advancement experience in healthcare, higher education, and the non-profit theater industry.

Tony is active in the community, primarily with the Center for Childhood Safety, an injury prevention group.  He is a native of Chicago and enjoys cycling on the rural roads in northeast Wisconsin and golfing.

Tony’s oldest son, Sam, works in the auto industry in finance in Detroit.  His other son, Jacob, is a microbiologist for a chemical company in Ohio.

Welcome, Tony!