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Employee News

September 25, 2022

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Loans Available to Help with Transition to Biweekly Pay

UW–Madison is offering short-term, interest-free loans to employees to help with the change from a monthly payroll schedule to biweekly pay. The loan program is designed to provide some financial relief to those employees who may be most impacted by the transition to biweekly pay that will take place in July and August. The loan application period is open through August 15; employees who wish to receive their loan funds on July 30 should apply by July 15. No loan funds will be distributed prior to July 30. Loan repayment will be via paycheck deduction for a one-year period starting in October 2021. Details about eligibility, loan amounts, and loan terms are available at hr.wisc.edu/single-payroll/employee-loan-program.
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Watch for Phishing Emails

The UW–Madison Office of Cybersecurity is aware of two active phishing campaigns on campus in which attackers impersonate UW–Madison employee support units. The email messages ask recipients to click a link to visit a fake COVID-19 benefits site, promising financial assistance. Please be on the lookout for such scams. Do not click the link in these emails, change your NetID password immediately if you accidentally click the link, and report any emails that look suspicious.
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Summer 2021 parking and transportation options

Employees who are planning to work on campus before Sept. 1, 2021, can review the Summer and Fall 2021 Parking and Transportation Guide, which outlines possible commuting options for different work schedules. Certain 2020-21 permits and passes — including employee bus passes and reduced and low-cost parking options — are available to purchase online or at a Transportation Services office. Many costs are prorated to the date or purchase. Availability will vary and may be limited. Parking year 2020-21 permits and passes are valid through Aug. 31, 2021. Learn more at transportation.wisc.edu/summerfall2021guide.
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Pop-up Vaccine Clinic on Friday

University Health Services (UHS) will hold a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Friday, June 18, at the Kohl Center, Gate C, from 8:30–noon and 1–3 p.m. The one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be administered. No appointment is needed.
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Last Chance to Participate in Financial Planning Workshop

UW Credit Union has been offering a free online workshop, “Your Spending and Saving Plan,” to UW–Madison employees. The workshop focuses on managing personal and family finances, including at times of transition. The last virtual workshop is scheduled for Tuesday, June 22, 5–6 p.m. Registration is required and can be done up until the time the workshop starts. Learn more about this and other resources to help with the transition from monthly to biweekly pay at hr.wisc.edu/single-payroll.
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