This is the one time 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.
The one‑time special enrollment period runs through March and enables WSU employees to obtain coverage without having to provide evidence of insurability.
WSU offers free Qualtrics access to faculty, staff and students for data collection and analysis in academic research, opinion surveys and customer feedback.
Classified staff receive 2 percent increase, while faculty, graduate assistants and administrative professional staff got 1 percent under planned raises that took effect Jan. 1. Senior administrators were excluded.
Most health care plans will see minor premium changes for the 2019 plan year.
More than 50 online educators from across the United States are in Pullman this week for a leadership development program.
Faculty and staff at WSU Pullman are invited to stay fit year round through free CAHNRS evening exercise classes.
This training will feature Robin Blanchard, a national presenter on servant leadership, discussing what servant leadership it, how to practice it and how well it works.
There is no charge to attend this event, however registration is required.
Human Resource Services is hosting two sessions on the topic of Estate and Tax Planning for faculty and staff.
Training to help Web developers, content publishers and editors provide Web accessibility is now available online.
Aaron N. Oforlea, president, WSU Black Faculty and Staff Association, and associate professor, English, interviewed Dodge in advance of her April 13 keynote address in Pullman.
Evaluators will deliver a summary of their findings from WSU’s Year Seven Self-Evaluation Report and on-site evaluation.
Nationally recognized speaker Georgina Dodge to speak about the “Impacts of Unconscious Bias on Effective Leadership.”
Employees will receive a link at their WSU email addresses or, for those without a WSU email address, a survey will be sent to their mailing address on record.
The commissions on the Status of Women and on Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation are seeking applications.
Leading an advocacy group that represents 2,026 WSU employees is not how Brigitta Jozefowski imagined her job.