During your first month at UIC you will continue to learn about the University, Student Affairs and your unit.
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For more information on Employee Benefits, please visit https://www.hr.uillinois.edu/
Group Health Insurance
- Employees newly eligible for benefits have 30 calendar days from their hire date or eligibility date to make State plan elections including waiving or opting out of coverage.
State Universities Retirement System (SURS)
- If you are newly eligible for SURS, you have six months from your date of eligibility to make your plan election. After six months, you will default into the Traditional Plan. Your election, or default, is a lifetime, irrevocable and unchangeable decision.
Scheduling and Job Duties
Meeting with your manager
- Bring any questions or concerns to your manager on a regular basis
- Have ongoing check in conversations with your manager. For Civil Service employees you will have your first evaluation after 30 days depending on your probationary period.
- Work with your manager to set goals for the remainder of the year that relate to the department and overall Student Affairs priorities.
Connect with Co-workers
- Continue meeting key people Student Affairs and others on campus.
- Get involved by attending relevant events.
- Attend business unit/department meetings.
Professional Development & Training
- Attend workshops and training offered by Student Affairs Human Resources. Emails are sent with training opportunities.
- Become familiar with other campus training resources
- Explore Lynda.com http://go.uic.edu/lynda
- Pay attention to emails sent about annual Ethics, Title IX and other University required training and complete them timely.