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Remarkable faculty, staff and students recognized for significant diversity and inclusion outcomes

Congratulations to the honorees selected for the 2022 Distinguished Diversity Enhancement Award. Five exceptional recipients are being recognized for their outstanding commitment to enhancing Ohio State’s diversity and inclusion efforts.

Enrollment Window for Summer Tuition Assistance Closing

Applications are required each applicable semester to receive faculty and staff tuition assistance. Eligible faculty and staff can apply in Workday (recommended) or with paper forms. The enrollment window for summer semester 2022 ends May 13, 2022.

Deadline Extended for 2021 FSA Claims Filing

The university is making a one-time plan amendment to extend the filing deadline for 2021 Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA) claims.

Student loan forgiveness program for public service employees

Financial wellness is a critical component of overall well-being, and Ohio State offers resources for faculty and staff to help alleviate strain and stressors related to student loan debt.

Enrollment Window Opens for Summer Semester

Applications for tuition assistance benefits must be submitted each term, and the enrollment window for summer semester 2022 is March 21-May 13, 2022. Eligible faculty and staff can apply in Workday (recommended) or with paper forms for dependent tuition assistance and faculty and staff tuition assistance.

Action Steps and Deadlines for Career Roadmap Employee Reviews

With the Career Roadmap employee review period underway, staff who are included in Career Roadmap have until March 22, 2022, to indicate whether they agree or disagree with the assigned job profile.

Policy Reminder: Whistleblower

All faculty, staff, students and volunteers should report suspected or actual wrongful conduct, and Ohio State is committed to protecting them. The Whistleblower Policy 1.40 outlines additional details about retaliation and disclosure.

Career Roadmap Employee Review Process

Beginning March 8, 2022, more than 26,000 Ohio State staff will have the opportunity to review how their position will be mapped to the new Career Roadmap framework.

Career Roadmap employee review process begins in March

Beginning March 8, 2022, more than 26,000 Ohio State staff will have the opportunity to review how their position will be mapped to the new Career Roadmap framework.

Policy Reminder: Nepotism

The Nepotism Policy 1.25 emphasizes that selection of personnel is based on job-related qualifications. Individuals must notify their supervisor if any family member applies for a position for which they will be responsible or may influence the employment actions.

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Enrollment Window for Summer Tuition Assistance Closing

Applications are required each applicable semester to receive faculty and staff tuition assistance. Eligible faculty and staff can apply in Workday (recommended) or with paper forms. The enrollment window for summer semester 2022 ends May 13, 2022.

Deadline Extended for 2021 FSA Claims Filing

The university is making a one-time plan amendment to extend the filing deadline for 2021 Health and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA) claims.

Student loan forgiveness program for public service employees

Financial wellness is a critical component of overall well-being, and Ohio State offers resources for faculty and staff to help alleviate strain and stressors related to student loan debt.

New in 2022! Enhanced Well-Being Programs

New physical and emotional well-being programs can help you meet your personal goals. You can also earn even more YP4H incentives, including an additional $100 HRA credit bonus or $20 PulseCash bonus (depending on your medical plan enrollment status).

Unused Compensatory Time to be Paid Out Beginning in 2022

Unused compensatory time will be paid out starting in 2022 per the previously revised Scheduling Work and Overtime Compensation Policy 6.10. The policy states that compensatory time must be used within 365 days. The policy requires that any earned compensatory time that is not used within 365 days will be paid out with the next pay period.