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DSU’s First Benefits Fair will be in the Gardner Ballroom. All the University’s benefit vendors (PEHP, EMI Health, Cigna, TIAA, URS, etc.) will be there to answer your questions about benefits during our annual open enrollment. Light refreshments will be served.
TIAA Rep visiting DSU on May 16th, 18th and 19th
Marty Jaspers (TIAA) will be on-campus for one-on-one consultations. Meetings with Marty will take place in Burns North Room 152; please click here to schedule an appointment.
For those employees who want to know more about their TIAA retirement plans, investment options, or wish to explore supplemental retirement plans offered at DSU through payroll deduction, please visit our DSU TIAA microsite at www.tiaa.org/dixie, or through the HR webpage under Employee Benefits.
PEHP Rep visiting DSU on Monday, May 8th, from 10 am – 12 noon
Justin Seal (PEHP) will be on campus to answer any questions you have regarding claims, creating an online PEHP account, online account features, supplemental benefits available through PEHP such as wellness incentives, etc. He will be available in Burns North Room 152; no appointments are necessary.
URS Rep visiting DSU on Thursday, May 11th
Jeff Draper (Utah Retirement Systems) will be on campus Thursday, May 11, for one-on-one consultations. Meetings with Jeff will take place in Burns North Room 152; please email Travis Rosenberg directly if you are interested in meeting with Utah Retirement Systems.
New Online/Phone On-Demand Doctor Visits
We also wanted to highlight a recent enhancement of the University’s medical plan. PEHP has partnered with Amwell to provide live, on-demand doctor visits online or by phone (telemedicine) under our medical plan. Copays are only $10 (less than a primary care visit copay) and available 24/7. To learn more about this resource and the commonly treated conditions under this benefit, go online to https://amwell.com or download the app and sign up for the service. As part of the sign up, you will need to enter your PEHP ID (found on your insurance card) and enter “PEHP” as the service key so you get the $10 co-pay.
Electronic I-9s and E-Verify
We are excited to announce that Dixie State University now has electronic I-9’s and E-Verify! The federal form I-9 has been required of new employees since 1986 and must be completed within 3 days of employment. E-Verify is an Internet-based system operated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) that allows employers to verify the employment eligibility of their employees, regardless of citizenship. Based on the information provided on the Form I-9 from each employee, E-Verify checks this information electronically against records contained in DHS and Social Security Administration (SSA) databases.
Electronic I-9s and E-Verify is available on the Forms page at humanresources.dixie.edu/forms.
DSU ranked #25 on Best Colleges for Federal Work Study Employment
We are excited to announce that Dixie State University’s Work Study Program has been ranked #25 on the Best College for Federal Work Study Employment! This ranking is a reflection of how hard our staff, faculty and students have worked together on making this program beneficial for DSU.
“The Federal Work Study program teaches this principle while providing a financial return to students for their hard work. Since this money can be put towards the overall cost of attendance, this is a great help to the development of undergraduates across the nation.
It is clear that Dixie State University is doing a great job by allowing its undergraduates to participate in this great federal program.” — Drew Cloud, founder of the Student Loan Report.