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2016 Summer Hours Information

April 12th, 2016 by eldoell765

2016 Summer Hours Information


Social Security Administration to host discussion on Social Security electronic services

March 31st, 2016 by jlmiles29

The Social Security Administration (SSA) will be visiting Cape Fear Community College to promote awareness and the benefits of using Social Security electronic services.  The on-site presentation will be available to all staff, faculty and students.  They will discuss the importance of creating an online account to do business with Social Security as well as discuss basic entitlement issues such as Retirement, Survivors, Medicare and Disability benefits.

The event should take approximately 1 hour.  The SSA will open with a brief discussion about Social Security and explain how to create a MySSA account online.  Following the presentation, they will take questions and provide individuals with instructions regarding the enrollment process.

The presentation will take place in the Union Station Lecture Hall (U-170) Wednesday, April 13th at 11:30am. Registration is not needed. Ages 18 and up are encouraged to attend. For more information, visit http://www.ssa.gov/myaccount/ or https://youtu.be/9D_YVjIKS-o


State Health Plan to host retirement planning meetings

February 17th, 2016 by jlmiles29

The State Health Plan is hosting a series of retirement meetings designed primarily for members who are turning 65 in the next year or so and for members who are over 65 and actively working.

Two of the sessions will be held at the North Campus McKeithan Center in April and July.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016 | 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m

Tuesday, July 19, 2016 | 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Click this link to register for your date and time online. Registration is free.

As a reminder, employees should submit retirement paperwork 120 days before their anticipated retirement date. In addition, it’s recommended that members who are considering retirement meet with HR up to six months before their planned retirement date.


Retirement Planning Webinars

February 2nd, 2016 by jlmiles29

The North Carolina Retirement System is now offering Retirement Planning Webinars! Check out the list below for upcoming webinars for Teacher’s and State Employees (TSERS).

TSERS Webinar Calendar


Preparing for the 2016 State Health Plan Open Enrollment

September 9th, 2015 by jlmiles29

Full-time employees,

Mark your calendar — The State Health Plan’s (SHP) Annual Open Enrollment will be held October 15 – November 18, 2015.

During open enrollment, you are able to add or drop dependents (without a qualifying event) as well as switch between plans. Premiums rates for 2016 may be found here.

Beginning October 15, you will be able to update your coverage by visiting http://cfcc.hrintouch.com. Your login ID will be your first name, the first initial of your last name and the last 4 digits of your social security number. If you no longer remember your password, you can reset your account using the “Can’t Access Your Account?” link below the login section. If you still are unable to login, you can e-mail jmiles@cfcc.edu for a password reset.

IMPORTANT: If you are on the Enhanced 80/20 Plan or Consumer-Directed Health Plan, your wellness activity credits will expire unless you complete them again during open enrollment. This means your premium will increase for 2016 if you do not take action during open enrollment.

The SHP is offering Wellness Activities to reduce your monthly premiums. These Wellness Activities may be completed at the start of Open Enrollment on October 15.

1.  Update your online Health Assessment

2.  Choose a Primary Care Provider (PCP) and watch an online video to learn more about Patient-Centered Medical Homes

3.  Attest to being tobacco-free or enroll in the Quiteline NC tobacco-cessation program

Completing these activities can save you up to $80-$90 a month in premiums if you choose to enroll in the Enhanced 80/20 or Consumer-Directed Health Plans. The traditional 70/30 plan is still premium free for employee-only coverage.

The Health Assessment is now available for members to update and receive their premium credit. Instructions to login are available here. Click “Login to My Personal Health Portal.” You may also update the assessment by phone: 1-800-817-7044.

More information regarding the 2016 Annual Enrollment can be found at the link below.

Your 2016 Health Plan Options and Changes at a Glance


CFCC’s new Chief HR Officer, Elaine Doell, to start February 2, 2015

January 14th, 2015 by aegreeson825

Elaine Doell

The Human Resources department is happy to welcome Elaine Doell as our new Chief HR Officer, beginning February 2, 2015.

Elaine currently serves as the Director of Human Resources at Plymouth State University in New Hampshire, where she has been employed in the HR office since 2002. Prior to her employment at PSU, Elaine worked as a personnel manager for Lakes Region Community Council and as personnel coordinator for Hannaford.

Elaine comes to CFCC with a wealth of HR experience, including the areas of recruitment and retention, training and development, benefits, employees relations, classification and compensation, professional development and compliance.

Be sure to stop by and introduce yourself!


Campus SaVE Act

October 14th, 2014 by aegreeson825

The Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act, or Campus SaVE Act (SaVE), is a 2013 amendment to the federal Jeanne Clery Act. SaVE was designed by advocates along with victims/survivors and championed by a bi-partisan coalition in Congress as a companion to Title IX that will help bolster the response to and prevention of sexual violence in higher education. President Obama signed the measure into law as part of the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 on March 7, 2013.

SaVE requires colleges and universities, both public and private, participating in federal student aid programs (covering virtually every campus in the United States) to increase transparency about the scope of sexual violence on campus, guarantee victims enhanced rights, provide for standards in institutional conduct proceedings, and provide campus community wide prevention educational programming.

As part of compliance with this act, all employees will be required to complete a training module on this topic. Look for an email from Workplace Answers with directions on how to complete this module. 

Additional information, including victims’ rights, may be found on the following site: 

http://www.cleryact.info/campus-save-act.html


Optional Benefits (Wellington Benefits) Open Enrollment

October 8th, 2014 by aegreeson825
Full-time employees:
Open enrollment for your optional benefits will be held from October 20-31, 2014. During this time, each full-time employee will meet individually with a representative from Wellington Benefits in order to choose optional benefits for 2015. Changes made during your appointment will take effect January 1, 2015.
Each department will receive sign-up sheets in order to allow employees to sign up for a time slot. Wellington Benefits representatives will be available at both the downtown and north campuses.
CLICK HERE to download the 2015 Wellington Benefits booklet (PDF). We should also have hard copy booklets available in our office before open enrollment begins.
Some notable information:
  • Dental and vision insurance premiums received no rate increase for 2015.
  • Companion Life has cancelled its life insurance contract with CFCC effective December 31, 2014. Reliance Standard insurance company has agreed to take on our current policyholders under the same terms and rates as Companion Life.
  • Another new term life insurance option is being offered that comes with a long-term care rider. If interested, ask your representative for more details during your meeting. A minimum of 10 employees must sign up for this policy in order for us to accept the contract.
Let me know if you have any initial questions. Joe Manor, HR Technician, is handling the coordination of benefit meetings with department secretaries.

 


State Health Plan Open Enrollment

October 8th, 2014 by aegreeson825
shp
Open enrollment for the State Health Plan begins October 1 and will end October 31, 2014.
If you want to keep your current plan, you will not need to make a new selection.
HOWEVER, if you have the Enhanced 80/20 Plan or the CDHP and want to continue to receive a reduced premium for 2015, you must take action during open enrollment in order to renew your premium discounts. If you do not take action, you will remain on your current plan but lose your discounts and pay the increased premium cost for the entire 2015 plan year.
To renew premium credits, change your plan, or add or drop dependents, log on to:
or
Retrieve your username and password if you don’t remember it. This is NOT the same username and password as you use for other programs at CFCC. Typically, yourusername is your full first name, first initial of your last name and last 4 digits of your Social Security Number.
I have created a cheat sheet to walk you through the process of updating premium credits.
If you get locked out of your account or have questions, please call or email Allyson Greeson in the HR office.

State Health Plan Open Enrollment Webinars

September 16th, 2014 by aegreeson825
shp
Full-time employees:
The State Health Plan is offering webinars for employees interested in learning more about open enrollment, which will be held from October 1-31, 2014.
Click on the link below to register for one of the available time slots:
 
STATE HEALTH PLAN OPEN ENROLLMENT WEBINARS
 
Choose a date and time from the first section titled Schedule of 2015 Annual Enrollment Webinars Only. The second section does not apply to CFCC since we do not participate in NCFLEX. 


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