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A Message from Charlene Moore Hayes (September 2011)

Fall means time for your annual benefits check-up! Our 2012 Benefits Annual Enrollment runs from October 21-November 8 this year. Over the past several months a benefits study has been underway. The Benefits Advisory Committee is completing their work, and we can confirm there are no changes to your 2012 benefits (other than rate changes, which take place each year). More information will be forthcoming later this winter. Our thanks go out to faculty and staff who took time to respond to our 2011 Benefits Survey. Benefits are a critical component of your total rewards. Our goal is to keep your benefits competitive and affordable. More...

Tags: Support Staff

How Your JHU Retirement Plans Compare (March 2011)

Understanding your retirement plans is important, particularly for support staff, who will need to make an informed decision during our upcoming Retirement Choice period – March 18 to April 15, 2011. Take a look at this side-by-side comparison of the key plan features of all of our retirement plans. More...

Tags: Retirement Choice, Support Staff, Retirement

Retirement Choice Town Hall Meetings Begin Soon (March 2011)

If you are a member of the university’s support staff, join us for a Town Hall meeting to learn more about how your retirement plans work and the actions you’ll need to take relating to Retirement Choice. Click here for the Town Hall meeting schedule. More...

Tags: Retirement Choice, Support Staff

Who Is Eligible for Retirement Choice? (March 2011)

Retirement Choice is just around the corner—March 18-April 15, 2011. During this time, eligible support staff will choose the way in which they accrue future retirement benefits. Find out if you are eligible for this important choice. More...

Tags: Retirement Choice, Support Staff

Did You Receive Your Pension Statement in the Mail? (March 2011)

Prudential, our Support Staff Pension Plan administrator, mailed annual pension plan statements to eligible staff last December, 2010. Current support staff and bargaining unit participants should have received the statement at their homes. More...

Tags: Support Staff, Pension Plan, Bargaining Unit

New Retirement Plan Announced (February 2011)

On January 18th, we announced a new 403(b) plan for support staff. This announcement was distributed via email and a home mailing to support staff members. Here's a recap of what's new, who's affected, why we're introducing a new plan, and how you can learn more. More...

Tags: Benefits , Retirement Choice, Support Staff