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The State of Alabama Ethics Commission requires UAB employees who meet a certain salary threshold, or whose job includes management of state funds in certain capacities, to complete an annual Statement of Economic Interests form. As a reminder, the salary threshold is now $75,000, and supervisors now are required to file. Find more information at www.uab.edu/ethicsrequirement.  

As required by law, the UAB Office of Human Resources has identified specific employees both internally and to the Commission as meeting one or more of the above criteria in 2014. Specific employees who are required to file the report received an email on March 9, 2015, with the subject: State of Alabama Ethics Commission Filing for 2015.

 

 

 

 

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As a federal contractor and an equal opportunity employer committed to ensuring that our workplace is inclusive and diverse, UAB is required to monitor and periodically report to the government the number of employees who have a disability or who are protected veterans.

Submission of this information is voluntary, and refusal to provide it will not subject you to any adverse treatment or be used in any employment decision.  Email invitations to participate in the online survey will be sent from UAB Human Resources.









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As one of Alabama’s largest employers, our organization is dedicated to attracting and hiring industry leaders and top talent. Faced with an increasingly competitive job market, we evaluated our existing recruiting system and determined the need to move to a more forward-looking and user-friendly system. After several months of analysis and product reviews, UAB, UAB Hospital, and UAB Health System selected Oracle Taleo as the new recruiting system to help meet our overall goals and objectives.

Read more about this change and how it affects hiring managers, recruiters, and current staff here.

This integrated system best supports the needs of our HR staff and hiring managers as well as streamlines the application process for candidates in order to help fill positions quickly. The official cut over date from our current system to Taleo is scheduled for 4/20/15.

What you need to know about this transition:

Hiring Managers
  • If you are hiring or anticipate hiring for open positions between now and 4/20/15:
  • To help with our transition, we encourage you to have your existing classify new/reclassify CRF’s approved at the department level by 4/16. Beginning on 4/17, the existing CRF will be replaced with the new PAR/CRF form.  More information about the new PAR/CRF can be found here.
  • All hiring managers are encouraged to attend a training session to learn the new system before go-live on 4/20. Click here to view the class schedule and register.
  • For additional information about the new hiring process and resources to help you during this transition, click here or contact your HR Consultant.
Current UAB and UAB Medicine Employees
  • One of the many benefits of the new system is the ability to sign on and apply for jobs using your BlazerID and password. Once the new system is live, you will also be able to search internal jobs available to current UAB employees.

emedicineIf you feel like you're under the weather with the flu or another common condition such as a sinus infection, visit UAB eMedicine. New for 2015, UAB eMedicine will offer its service at a discounted rate of $10 to employees and eligible dependents that are enrolled in a UAB, UAB Health System, or Health Services Foundation health plan.

It's easy: Take 5 minutes to answer the interview questions, pay $10 for the visit, and a UAB clinician will respond within an hour* and send prescriptions directly to your pharmacy if needed. You can complete your online visit any time by clicking here.  To learn more about UAB eMedicine, view the Frequently Asked Questions.

*You can start your UAB eMedicine visit 24/7, and your response will be available 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (Monday-Friday), 8 a.m.-3 p.m. (Saturday), and 1 p.m.-5 p.m. (Sunday).

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