Our people are our strongest asset at the University of Findlay. There are many resources and benefits available to employees of UF. This page has information about upcoming Human Resources-related events, HR-related forms, the employee handbook, and other resources. As always, if you have any questions please contact us at [email protected].
Retirement Plan is Now An Opt-In Plan - All Eligible Employees Must Opt-In to Retirement Benefits
Eligible employees may begin participation in this Plan on the first of the month after the following requirements are fulfilled: complete one full year of full-time employment at the University of Findlay and are 21 years of age.
You must opt-in to the University's Retirement Plan. Keep in mind that you can opt-in and/or opt-out of the University's retirement plan at any point throughout the year. We have made this quick handout on how to use Workday to opt-in to your retirement Instructions on How to Opt In to Retirement.
Here is the breakdown of the contribution levels for the new retirement plan:
As always, please let us know if you have any questions. We are here to help.
- The new retirement plan is an opt-in plan, which means you must be an eligible employee and enroll in the plan to receive retirement benefits. You will not be automatically enrolled in the retirement plan. However, you do not have to enroll in the University's retirement plan. It is your choice based on your personal finances and retirement goals.
- You can contribute additional funds above the 3% toward your retirement through a supplemental contribution at any time. You can adjust or begin a supplemental contribution at any time through Workday by selecting the “Benefits" worklet on your dashboard.
- Anything you put toward retirement through the University's retirement plan is pre-tax funds. If you enroll in a supplemental retirement plan, you can choose if those funds are pre-tax or post-tax.
Medical Benefits Related Information/Forms
Handbook and Resources:
Human Resources Forms:
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