The first payday of 2020 is coming up, but keep in mind it’s for work performed during the last half of December. The new pay rates that took effect Jan. 1 will be reflected in January’s second paycheck.
The sale of WSU cheeses and meat enables student employees to have paying part‑time jobs, gaining valuable experience in their field or just the opportunity to learn more about the food they consume.
November is the one month each year that changes can be made to your benefits without the occurrence of a special event such as a job change, marriage or other qualifying circumstances.
Proposed wage increases for faculty, staff and graduate students are still being evaluated.
The President’s University Council, as well as WSU deans and other senior leaders, will be among the first groups to receive the training this summer.
Theresa Elliot‑Chelsek, associate vice president and chief human resource officer, will be recognized for her service to the human resource profession at the CUPA‑HR spring conference April 14–16 in Seattle.
The one‑time special enrollment period runs through March and enables WSU employees to obtain coverage without having to provide evidence of insurability.
Interested students must RSVP online by Wednesday, Jan. 30.
Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to provide input on proposed federal changes to Title IX rules to help shape WSU’s institutional response.
Most health care plans will see minor premium changes for the 2019 plan year.