Annual Enrollment Continues
If you plan to enroll in the Consumer Directed Health Plan (CDHP) with HRA or the Enhanced 80/20 PPO Plan for the 2015 plan year. If you fail to complete the wellness incentives, you will remain in your current plan but your premiums will be more expensive.
Completing the wellness incentives are required even if you completed them for the 2015 Health Plan year. The Wellness Incentive Credits are:
- Complete a Health Assessment
- Select a Primary Care Provider (PCP) for all covered dependents & watch a video to learn more about Patient-Centered Medical Homes
- Attest to not smoking or commit to a smoking cessation program — must be attested to every year for employee and spouse (if applicable)
Visit http://hr.unc.edu/benefits/2016-annual-enrollment/ for screen shots and how- to videos of the enrollment process. There is also a guide for completing your Health Assessment included on that page. To complete your enrollment, access the eEnroll site via https://connectcarolina.unc.edu/ (click Self Service) or call 855-859-0966 to complete your wellness incentives and to re-enroll in your NCFlex benefit plans. Be sure to print your subscriber summary report and health assessment confirmation to confirm your elections.
The State Health Plan of North Carolina is aware that there are issues with the eEnroll platform. Specifically, there is a known delay in the wellness credits showing as applied to your 2016 premium. The Benefits Office does not expect this to be corrected prior to the conclusion of annual enrollment, which is why it is extremely important that you print screen shots of your wellness credit activities.
If you have questions, please call the OHR Benefits Office at: 919- 962-3071 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Star Heel Awards
Winners of Star Heel Awards receive a certificate from TIAA-CREFF and a $30 visa gift card.
And the winner is…
Pictured here with her manager, Kim Leadon, Mrs. Lombardi has been described as extremely diligent in making sure that all 640 students enrolled in the Eshelman School of Pharmacy have met their many requirements in a timely fashion for their rotations in the
field. At the same time, she maintains contact with all rotation sites to ensure that site requirements are clearly understood between both parties so that she is able to enforce the needs of the sites with the
students. Peyton has a reputation of treating all students and partners in the field with great respect, courtesy and patience. She rightfully prides herself on her thoroughness and accuracy. She has very high standards for herself, is a very dedicated worker and is committed to giving her absolute best to the Eshelman School of Pharmacy.
The University recognizes and expresses appreciation for the long-term service of permanent SPA and EPA Non-Faculty employees, both full-time and part-time (regularly scheduled to work 20 or more hours each week). Eligibility for awards is determined by an employee’s Total State Service according to the University’s fiscal year, July 1 through June 30. The pro- gram currently recognizes employee service at five-year intervals.
The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy would like to congratulate employees who have most recently reached milestones in their careers with the University and State of North Carolina
5 years of Service
Arlo Brown Nancy Chen Kim Hutter Rick Wernoski Tania Wilkins
10 years of Service
John Fallon Michico James
15 years of Service
Oscar Ford Kirsten Leysieffer
Welcome New Employees
We would like to extend a warm welcome to several new faculty and staff members who joined the School recently.
Matthew Fleming, Laboratory Assistant in CBMC
Hua He, Postdoctoral Research Associate in DPET
Timothy Jacobs, Postdoctoral Research Associate in MOPH
Elizabeth Wang, Postdoctoral Research Associate in CNDD
Yingzi Wang, Visiting Scholar in CBMC
Zhangjie Wang, Visiting Scholar in CBMC
Jichen Zhao, Postdoctoral Research Associate in CICBDD
Your Research Administration Team
Raj Kshatriya, Director — oversees all the activity as above including policy development and implementa- tion, resolving non-routine issues, communication within and outside the school on grant related issues, liaison with oversight offices etc.
Kathryn Fiscelli, Assistant Director—manages the grants managers and generally works with DPET faculty in submitting their grant proposals. In addition, she assists with data and management reports, policy de- velopment and implementation, resolving special issues etc.
Erin Hammer, Grant Manager for CBMC
Kirsten Leysieffer, Grant Manager for DPET and T32 training grant coordinator Carla Mayorga, Grant Manager for DPOP and PACE
Rosa Mayorga, Grant Manager for MOPH
Grant Managers specialize in the following areas: Grant and Contract Budgeting/Proposal Development, Obtaining Internal University Approvals/Signatures, Assemble and Ship Application Packages, JIT/Other Support, Subcontracts, Advice on Sponsor/UNC Policy Interpretation
Upcoming Training Opportunities
Interviewing Skills for Supervisors
Date: Tuesday, November 17th Time: 8:30 am—4:30 pm
Location: 104 Airport Drive, 1501-A
It Takes All Types: Intro to MBTI
Date: Thursday, November 19th Time: 8:30 am—12:30 pm Location: 104 Airport Drive, 1501-A
To register for courses offered through the Office of Human Resources Training & Talent Development unit, please visit connectcaroli- na.unc.edu. Log in with your ONYEN and pass- word, then select Self Service on the left of the screen. Under Self Service, click on Training Enrollment. At this screen, you can search by course name, course number, or date to see all available training programs. If you have ques- tions, please call 919-962-2550 or email train- email@example.com.
UNC Global Passport Drive November 17-18, 2015
UNC Global is hosting its 11th passport drive from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on November 17 and 18 at the FedEx Global Education Center, 301 Pittsboro Street, Room 4003. Officials from the U.S. Department of State will accept applications and answer questions. While it is recommended that you have passport photos taken prior to the drive, a photographer from the UNC One Card Office will be on site to take passport photos if needed.
This event is open to students, faculty, staff and their families. Prior passport drives have been tremendously successful—more than 2,000 people have applied for or renewed their passports over the previous drives.
Payment information and details about required materials for applications and renewals can be found at http://global.unc.edu/passportdrive.
TIAA-CREF Individual Counseling
Sessions here at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy
When: Tuesday, December 15, 2015 Where: 102 Beard Hall Time: 8:30 am—4:30 pm
To sign up call 800-732-8353
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