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January 10, 2018

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Review Your Benefits Enrollments

Please review your earnings statement and make sure the 2018 benefits changes you requested during Annual Benefits Enrollment have been made. Your earnings statement can be found in the MyUW portal at my.wisc.edu. You can also review your benefits elections as listed in the "Benefit Information" module in the MyUW portal. If you find any errors or identify other concerns, please send an email to benefits@ohr.wisc.edu by January 30, 2018. You can learn how to read your earnings statement at uwservice.wisconsin.edu/help/earnings-statement. You can also ask the payroll and benefits or human resources representative in your school or division for assistance.
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Check Your Health Insurance ID Cards

Health insurance plan ID cards for 2018 became effective January 1, 2018, and you may need to present your new cards at appointments with health care providers in the new year. You will not receive new cards if you are enrolled in the same health plan you had in 2017 unless you added or removed dependents. Employees who are now covered by Quartz received new health plan ID cards in December. If you are currently enrolled in dental, vision, or Navitus pharmacy benefits, you will not receive new cards unless certain information has changed. Review any new benefits ID cards you have received for accuracy. If you find errors, please contact the benefit plan directly.
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Celebrate MLK Day on Campus January 22

UW–Madison students, faculty and staff are invited to the 2018 MLK Day Celebration on Monday, Jan. 22 from 3 to 8 p.m. in Memorial Union. The event will recognize, celebrate, and honor the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as well as the many ways UW–Madison students, faculty and staff embody Dr. King’s spirit of service. The official holiday is January 15 but will be celebrated on campus a week later. Participants are asked to register for specific breakouts either doing direct service or being engaged in a justice dialogue, a free dinner, and a keynote student panel. For details and to register, visit go.wisc.edu/isgx02.
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Free Sessions Explain Campus Data Governance

Learn how UW–Madison manages data and the ways in which it delivers different data types to its campus users. The Office of Data Management & Analytics Services is offering three upcoming information sessions on UW–Madison’s Data Governance program and the changes that will take place as the UW Query Library is retired. New tools to better support UW–Madison’s institutional data goals will be introduced. The free sessions are scheduled for various locations on campus on Friday, Jan. 12, Tuesday, Jan. 16, and Wednesday, Jan. 17.
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