Professional Administrative Staff
Information for Exempt Employees
Administrative/Professional Exempt Staff is defined as all non-classified employees who are not faculty.
2019 Health Benefits
- 2019 Benefits Booklet
- Anthem Enrollment Form
- Flexible Spending Enrollment Form
- Pretax/Post-tax Form
- 2019 Rate Sheet
- July 2019 Rate Sheet
- 2019 Summary of Benefits – Anthem HMO
- 2019 Summary of Benefits – Anthem Blue Priority HMO
- 2019 Summary of Benefits – Anthem PPO
- 2019 Summary of Benefits – HDHP
2018 Health Benefits
- 2018 Benefits Booklet
- UNC Benefits Overview
- My Benefits BeneCenter Portal - Contact HR (351-2621) for login information
Mandatory Retirement Plan
The University requires all employees to contribute 8% of your salary towards your retirement plan. Employees may choose one of four retirement vendors: PERA (you must have already been in PERA for one year to enroll), TIAA, Metlife, or VALIC. The University contributes 11.5% of your salary to TIAA, Metlife, or VALIC which are all 401(a) retirement plans and 10.15% to PERA, which is a defined benefit plan. The retirement plans are in lieu of Social Security, which is not an option at UNC.
* ORP Election - Employees who do not select a retirement plan within 60-days will be automatically enrolled in one by Human Resources.
- Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA)
- US Department of Labor - Taking the Mystery out of Retirement Planning
Supplemental Retirement Plans
ORP Retirement Plan Vendors
MetlifeRepresentative: Kelly Pachelo-Forehand
Metlife has 51 annuity investment options through the Metlife Financial Freedom Select platform.
TIAARepresentative: Thomas Whisenant
TIAA offers 20 mutual fund and annuity options. Enrollment online is available at www.tiaa.org/unco.
VALICRepresentative: Ralph Janitell
VALIC (Variable Annuity Life Insurance Company) has 62 annuity options through the Portfolio Director platform.
Short-Term Disability (sick) Leave
Full-time administrative /professional exempt staff employee shall be entitled to a maximum of ninety (90) days of fully compensated leave for short-term disability each fiscal year. See Board Policy Manual, Section 2-2-302 Short-Term Disability (Sick) Leave, for more information.
Paid Vacation Leave
Full-time administrative/professional exempt staff shall accrue sixteen (16) work hours of vacation leave every calendar month of employment. See Board Policy Manual, Section 2-2-301 Vacation Leave, for more information.
The Professional Administrative Staff Council (PASC) was established in 1986 to advise the University on matters relevant to its constituents and to participate in University governance. It is the mission of the Council to advocate for and to provide a systematic means for professional staff to communicate with the various elements of the University community, as well as with other professional administrative staff.
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