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Benefits Information

  • Summary of Benefits
  • Retirement Plans
  • Health Insurance Programs
  • Long-Term Disability and Long-Term Care Insurance
  • Professional Development
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Unemployment Insurance  
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Holiday Schedule/Leave of Absence/Vacation and Sick Leave

Payroll

  • Payroll Schedules
  • Paycheck/Direct Deposit Advice Distribution & Return Policy 
  • Temporary Service Payroll
  • Student Assistant/College Work Study Payroll

Forms

  • Timesheets
  • Payroll (W-4, IT-2104, Direct Deposit, etc.)
  • HR and Benefit Forms
    • Employee Data Sheet
    • Extra Service and Also Receives Justification Letter
    • UP-8 and UP-6
    • I-9 & Instructions
    • Dual Employment Forms
    • Classified Employee Annual Performance Evaluation
    • Student Assistant Employment Form and Instructions
    • Salary Increase, Promotion and Review Requests
    • PEP Enrollment Form (CSEA, MC and UUP)

Policies & Procedures 

Presentations

  • Electronic Time and Attendance System (TAS) Power Point Presentations (UUP Faculty and Staff, M/C)
  • SUNY HR System - Self Service

Affirmative Action

  • Nondiscrimination Policy
  • Policy on Sexual Harassment
  • Discrimination Complaint Procedure
  • Affirmative Action Plan
  • Search Process Handbook
  • Title IX

Links

  • New York State Resources
  • Bargaining Units (CSEA, GSEU, NYSCOPBA, PBANYS, UUP)
  • US Government Resources

Employee Suggestions

FAQ

 

 



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Unemployment Insurance

Unemployment insurance is temporary income for eligible workers who become unemployed through no fault of their own and who are ready, willing, able to work and have sufficient weeks and wages in covered employment. In New York State, the money for unemployment insurance benefits comes from taxes paid by employers. No deductions are ever made from a worker's paycheck for it. It is the Department of Labor that determines whether an unemployed worker qualifies for unemployment insurance.

Federal and New York State laws prohibit discrimination with respect to race, creed, color, national origin, sex, age or marital status. Your claim for unemployment insurance benefits will be evaluated and an eligibility determination will be made without regard to any of these factors.

Further information is available from the Human Resources Office or directly from the NYS Department of Labor @ www.labor.state.ny.us


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