HR Announcements (Updated September 2014)
2014 Open Enrollment Memo - Open Enrollment for the State and School Employees' Health Insurance Plan (Posted September 2014)
CIGNA will be available to enroll employees in Long-term Disability Insurance with Guaranteed Issue. No medical questions necessary!
- Disability Insurance Needs Flyer_Jackson State University (Posted September 2014)
Allstate Insurance Representatives will be onsite for the 2014 Benefits Fair offering the following new products:
- Major Medical Complement: Frequently Asked Questions
Accident - Click link to view: http://www.allstatevoluntary.com/videos/gvap1.htm
- Universal Life – Click link to view: http://www.allstatevoluntary.com/videos/gul22.htm
Employee Background Checks (Posted July 2014)
Outside Employment Form (Posted July 2014)
Update your W-4 online
2012-2013 Comprehensive Performance Management Process (CPMP) (Posted June 2014)
2014 Cafeteria Plan Enrollment
- 2014 Cafeteria Plan Enrollment
- CAFETERIA PLAN Education Letter
- Cafeteria Plan Summary Plan Description
Insurance Plan Updates – Posted November 2013
PERS Employer Contribution Rate to Increase July 1, 2013
The employer contribution rate will increase for the Public Employees' Retirement System of Mississippi (PERS) and the Optional Retirement Plan from 14.26% to 15.75%, effective July 1, 2013.
Training & Development
University Operations Training Calendar
Electronic Personnel Action Forms (EPAF) Support
EPAF Security Application - Once you've completed EPAF training, submit your EPAF Security Application via email at email@example.com using the email title: EPAF Security Application.
People Admin User Guide - The New Online Recruitment and Hiring Application (TBA)
Change to a Semi-Monthly Pay Cycle
Effective July 1, 2013, all employees including students will be paid semi-monthly on the 15th and the last day of each month for a total of 24 pays each year. The first semi-monthly payment will be July 15th.
This adjustment in pay cycle will allow the university to move from multiple pay periods and multiple pay types (faculty, monthly staff, students, and hourly staff) to a consolidated approach to payroll. Payroll consolidation offers the opportunity to increase functionality and reduce administrative costs.
The Office of Payroll and The Division of Human Resources hosted several informational sessions regarding this change in the months of May and June. A link to the presentation if you need to review again or was unable to attend an information session can be found below.
We also want to remind all employees to make any necessary arrangements with banks and creditors especially for those who have become accustomed to paying bills at the first of the month. You may find it necessary to adjust due dates and automatic bill-pay arrangements as a result of the University’s conversion to a semi-monthly payroll.
Also below is a calendar with the pay dates for the remainder of the year and a schedule of when transactions must be submitted to be effective on 15th or last day of the month for review.
The Office of Payroll and The Division of Human Resources will be available to answer any questions regarding this change.