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Annual Open Enrollment

The UAB Benefits Fair will be held on Tuesday, October 1 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the UAB Hospital West Pavilion Atrium. Please make plans to join us to learn more about our plans and meet our vendors.

Annual Open Enrollment for UAB employees will begin at 7 a.m. Monday, September 30, 2013 and end at 5 p.m. Monday, October 14, 2013. Information was mailed to employees homes beginning September 19 and is also available on the UAB Benefits website at www.uab.edu/benefits.

 

 

 

 

25 Ways The Employee Assistance and Counseling Center Can Help

The UAB Employee Assistance and Counseling Center, formerly the UAB Resource Center, is a valuable benefit for UAB employees and their immediate household members with resources for resolving work-related and personal problems.  Wondering what The Employee Assistance and Counseling Center can do for you?  View this month’s newsletter featuring “25 Ways The Employee Assistance and Counseling Center (EACC) Can Help” for a list of resources available.

 

 

Benefit Changes - Summary

Important information for UAB faculty and staff: 

UAB leadership plans to implement a merit salary increase pool this year. Because of rising state retirement and healthcare costs, as well as uncertainties regarding state and federal budgets, certain changes to employee benefits will begin phasing in this summer. Read more in the Benefits Section

 

 


 

 

AWARE program helps employees with disabilities return to work

By Tyler Greer

The first time Tommie Reese Jr. was told he no longer had a job because of his poor health, he didn’t want to accept it.

The second time? The second time, he didn’t have to be told. He voluntarily walked away.

In 1995, Reese was forced to leave the Navy after being diagnosed with lupus — a chronic, inflammatory disease in which the body’s immune system attacks its own tissues and organs. Reese, an aviation administrator, was considered by the Navy’s medical staff to be a danger to others in the field. Later, in March 2010, Reese’s kidneys were failing, and his health was so poor that he had to quit his post as UAB Police shift leader and assistant to the dispatch supervisor. Read more at UAB News.

 

 

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Leaving UAB

If you are taking a leave of absence or ending your employment at UAB, the following are links to information which might be beneficial: