The Benefits staff serves as the primary resource for information, problem solving assistance, and advice regarding faculty and staff benefits. We strive to provide a professional and responsive approach by rendering quality service and promoting awareness and understanding of benefits. Our goal is to contribute to a more productive and satisfied workforce by offering high quality service that not only meets, but exceeds employees' needs and expectations. Areas of responsibility include life, health, disability and long term care insurance, retirement plans and savings, Family and Medical Leave Act, flexible spending accounts, health savings accounts, education savings accounts, and employee assistance program. The Benefits Office is located in Employee Service Center at 1044 Delp Pavilion, Mail Stop 2022, 913-588-5087.
Benefit Confirmation Statements are now available at the Employee Self Service Center.
Employees can log in from the Employee Self Service hyperlink or Self Service icon located on www.kansas.gov/employee to view their benefit elections for the 2014 Plan Year.
Changes to benefit plans that were made after Open Enrollment may not show up on the Benefit Confirmation Statement. Employees should contact their agency human resource office if they have any questions.
When an employee is adding a newborn to their health plan, and do not currently cover any other child, a social security number will be required at the time of enrollment. We will not add the child without a social security number. If other children are currently on the plan, the newborn can be added without a SSN, but it must be provided within 41 days of birth.
Start earning your required credits now! You must complete your health assessment and earn an additional 20 credits by July 31, 2014 to get the $40 a month discount in 2015. See additional information on the HealthQuest Discount and how to schedule a biometric screening (here)
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