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08/17/2017
Join us this fall for Fitness 4 Life
Our Fitness 4 Life program consists of Phillips Hall 113 fitness center and a group fitness schedule at no cost to all Miami faculty and staff.
07/31/2017
Enhancing Your Retirement Savings
All employees are eligible to participate in Miami University’s Supplemental Retirement Benefit Program. Miami offers 403(b) tax-deferred plans, a 457 tax-deferred plan, and a Roth 403(b) post-tax plan.
07/26/2017
Year-Round Employee Discounts
Employee discounts are offered at area entertainment venues year-round.
06/28/2017
What is JobTrax?
JobTrax is an automated employment and income verification company for personal and third party verification requests of Miami employees. Use JobTrax when working with a lending institution for the purchase of a home, renting an apartment, mortgage company, new car purchase, new job, etc.
06/08/2017
Chrome extensions can help with efficiency
For those that use Google Chrome as their browser of choice, there are several extensions that can be very beneficial. Here are some of the top extensions you should consider for enhancing Chrome.
06/01/2017
Banner 9 setting sail
The project to upgrade to Banner 9 continues on course, with plenty of work yet to do, and an opportunity for everyone to take part in the celebration.
05/18/2017
Faculty and Staff Community Blood Drive
The Community Blood Center is sponsoring a blood drive on Thursday, June 1 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm in the Shriver Center Heritage Room. Appointments are encouraged. Call 800-388-4483 for an appointment or visit www.donortime.com using sponsor code 323.
05/03/2017
New HR Toolkit Supports Managers During Performance Evaluation Season
The new Human Resources (HR) website offers enhanced resources for managers in the vital areas of performance management and performance evaluation.
05/02/2017
Premier Health Network hospitals temporarily out of network
Due to suspended negotiations with UnitedHealthcare, Miami’s health plan administrator, hospitals in the Premier Health Network in the Dayton-Middletown area have moved – likely temporarily – from Tier 3 coverage in Miami’s plan to out-of-network. While this change of network status generally applies there is some care that may continue at the in-network level.