Employee Survey Extended to Feb. 19
There’s still time to make your voice heard in the UNC System Employee Engagement Survey. The survey has been extended to Monday, Feb. 19. Find out how to participate.
Watch for Employee Survey Next Week
Help NC State identify areas of strength and areas that need improvement as a workplace. The UNC System Employee Engagement Survey begins Monday, Jan. 29, and runs through Feb. 12. Watch for details via email or campus mail.
Open Enrollment Is Underway
It's that time of the year again: open enrollment for all employees. Learn more here about new benefits and some fewer choices from the State Health Plan.
Power Lunch Series Begins
Sign up now for the first Wolfpack Wellness Power Lunch of the fall semester.
Special Bonus Leave Added by End of August
Employees eligible for the special bonus leave recently allocated by the North Carolina General Assembly in the 2017-18 annual budget can access that time by the end of August. Those who have used vacation time since July 1 can retroactively request special bonus leave in place of annual leave. Some restrictions apply.
WolfPerks Offer Variety of Discounts
Faculty and staff can stretch their household dollars by using the WolfPerks program, which offers special discounts and other savings on a variety of goods and services.
Ombuds Expands Services to Help Staff
Unsure how to handle a job-related issue or concern? Now NC State’s helpful ombuds office is open to both faculty and staff.
WolfTime Training Available
Learn everything you need to know to make a smooth transition to WolfTime, NC State’s new electronic timekeeping and leave system. Sign up now for a training session or online training module.
WolfTime Is On Its Way
Information about WolfTime, NC State's new Web-based timekeeping and leave-tracking system that will go live on July 1, will be shared through departmental human resources contacts and at two informational and preview sessions in June.
Significant Changes Coming to Insurance Options
Be prepared to consider fewer options this fall during annual benefits enrollment, now that the State Health Plan has decided to eliminated one of three insurance options and make significant changes to several other programs.