With the recent changes to our environment with COVID-19, payroll checks will no longer be available for pick up on the UNT campus. Beginning April 1, 2020 and going forward any paper payroll checks will be mailed to your current mailing address on file. We encourage all employees to log into my.untsytem.edu and update your mailing address (under Personal Information) to ensure that your payroll check is mailed to the correct address.
If you are not interested in having your payroll check mailed to your home address and would prefer another method of payment we would encourage you to sign up for Direct Deposit or the Brinks Skylight Money Card to receive your payroll funds.
Donna Asher, Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer, Human Resources, UNT System, talks about how to navigate a difficult conversation in the "Leaders on Leading" audio clip series. This series features quick, entertaining, and motivating Q&As with organizational leaders on having an impact and developing people. Listeners will get real-world advice, learn practical tips, and hear inspirational stories to help improve their own leadership skills.
Justin Stewart, Continuity of Operations Program Manager, Emergency Management & Safety Services, UNT, talks about the characteristics of an effective team and his role as a leader in developing effective teams in the “Leaders on Leading” audio clip series. This series features quick, entertaining, and motivating Q&As with organizational leaders on having an impact and developing people. Listeners will get real-world advice, learn practical tips, and hear inspirational stories to help improve their own leadership skills.
Paula Bearden, ODE Organizational Development Consultant, Human Resources, UNT System, talks about what she has learned as a leader in the "Leaders on Leading" audio clip series. This series features quick, entertaining, and motivating Q&As with organizational leaders on having an impact and developing people. Listeners will get real-world advice, learn practical tips, and hear inspirational stories to help improve their own leadership skills.
You can participate in the UNT World Well-Being offerings without using leave or your lunch break. UNT World’s new well-being program is about creating a culture of caring for our employees. We care about our employees’ physical, interpersonal and financial well-being and so we are highlighting and facilitating the many well-being related benefits that we and our partners (like ERS, Blue Cross Blue Shield and our retirement vendors TIAA, Voya, AIG and Fidelity) can provide. These opportunities may include health assessments, financial fitness workshops, interpersonal health workshops and many other HR-offered activities that will help you deal with stress, improve health and plan towards retirement.
These opportunities are for you, the employee, from us––your employer. You can attend these activities and trainings during your work day with supervisor approval. Supervisors are encouraged to allow employees to attend whenever possible. We hope you’ll join us as we build a better UNT World for all employees by participating in the UNT World Well-Being program “In the Green.” Come to a financial workshop, health assessment, session about well-being benefits or activity that helps you be a healthier and happier employee. These benefits are for you!
What’s it going to cost me?
One of the first questions that come to mind when we learn we need a medical procedure is how much will it cost. As a participant in the HealthSelectSM plans you have a resource to help you find the answer. By logging into Blue Access for MembersSM, your online benefits portal, you can search Provider Finder to get estimates and compare costs for different providers.
Provider Finder also allows you to research specific procedures and their estimated costs at in-network providers.
By using Provider Finder, you’ll be able to:
Log in to Blue Access for Members and under "Quick Links."
Choose "Fitness Program." Here you can enroll, search for nearby fitness locations and learn more about the program.
Click "Enroll Now."
Search and choose the fitness location that is best for you.
Or, you can enroll by calling (888) 762-BLUE (2583), Monday through Friday, between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. CT (6 a.m. and 6 p.m. MT).
After signing up, employees and enrolled family members can visit any participating fitness locations.
We are excited to announce that we are replacing our current Learning Management System (LMS), the Learning Portal, with UNT World Learning. The UNT World Learning platform will allow you to see required training assignments, register for face-to-face courses, and complete LinkedIn Learning training and/or other online courses.
Your training in UNT World Learning is easily tracked and displayed in a user-friendly dashboard format. In addition, UNT World Learning will allow users to participate in online training from their mobile devices. You can familiarize yourself with UNT World Learning through an optional course called “UNT World Learning Overview.”
UNT World Learning is now active and can be accessed through the employee portal or at: https://untworldlearning.untsystem.edu/. Should you need any training reports from the previous LMS (the Learning Portal), or if you have questions about UNT World Learning, please feel free to email us at ODE@untsystem.edu.
Deductibles, coinsurance and total out-of-pocket maximums for HealthSelect of Texas® plans reset on January 1, 2020.
The coinsurance out-of-pocket maximum is the most you’ll pay in coinsurance during the year for certain health care services. The total out-of-pocket maximum is the most you’ll pay during the calendar year in coinsurance and copays for covered in-network health care services and prescription drugs. After you meet this limit, the plan will pay 100% of the allowed amount for in-network covered services. If you pay premiums for dependent coverage, those are not included in the out-of-pocket maximum amount.
Keep in mind, there are new total out-of-pocket maximums for the 2020 plan year. The 2020 total out-of-pocket maximums are $6,750 for individuals and $13,500 for families. For additional benefit details on your specific medical plan, refer to the Medical Benefits Guide.
If you’d like a refresher on more health care terms, visit this glossary of health care terms. You can also find more information by reading the Insurance 101: Understanding Your Medical Plan article. For questions, contact Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas Personal Health Assistant toll-free at (800) 252-8039, Monday – Friday 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. and Saturday 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. CT.
If you signed up to receive your Form W-2 electronically, it is now available online for downloading at my.untsystem.edu.
Please follow the steps below to view and print your W-2.
Note: Make sure pop-up blockers are turned off. If your W-2 does not appear in the screen after the selection, hold the ALT key down while clicking on Year End Form. This will temporarily remove any pop-up blocks on your machine.
If you have not consented to receive your Form W-2 electronically, a paper Form W-2 will be mailed by Jan. 31, 2020.
Questions? E-mail email@example.com or call 940-369-5500/Toll-Free: 855-868-4357.
New state legislation has been passed related to sexual misconduct that impacts every UNT employee. Senate Bill 212 requires employees of public and private higher education institutions to report sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence or stalking against a student or employee to the institution’s Title IX Coordinator or a Deputy Title IX Coordinator.
Employees have always been required by UNT Policy to report instances of sexual misconduct, but this policy requirement is now a state law. Most importantly, as of Jan. 1, 2020, the law requires the university to terminate any employee (including tenured faculty members) who is found to have failed to satisfy the mandatory reporting requirement. Additionally, failure to report sexual misconduct is a misdemeanor criminal offense.
Sexual misconduct is a violation of university policy and is inconsistent with the caring, creative community we value at UNT. The entire UNT community should understand the law, as it is currently interpreted. More information about the law may be found here.
All types of misconduct can be reported at report.unt.edu or via email at TitleIX@unt.edu. Contact information for Title IX Coordinators can be found online, along with additional information on sexual misconduct. They can be contacted to file a report or to answer questions regarding reporting requirements.
In an effort to better inform the University community of the requirements of the law, UNT’s Title IX Coordinator, Eve Shatteen Bell, is hosting two training sessions regarding Senate Bill 212. The training dates are Monday, Jan. 27, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in Gateway Center, Suite 131 and Thursday, Feb. 27, 2020, from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. in Gateway Center, Suite 132. In addition, training is also available on Bridge at https://unt.bridgeapp.com/.
Questions regarding Senate Bill 212 or the scheduled training sessions may be directed to 940-565-2759 or OEO@unt.edu. Please note that these training sessions are limited to UNT faculty and staff.
Please plan for a significant IT service outage beginning on Saturday, Jan. 18 at 8 p.m., while critical updates are made to the ITSS Central Data Center. All impacted services will be restored and available for use by noon on Sunday, Jan. 19. Note that this outage will affect students, faculty and staff at UNT, UNT Dallas, UNT Health Science Center and UNT System Administration. Most major systems will be down during this period, including phone, email, web sites, HR systems, financial systems, and student recruitment and academic systems.