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Visit our Change of Address section to view all the procedures.
Complete the Payroll Direct Deposit Authorization form and submit it to the Central Payroll Bureau at the address listed on the bottom of the form. More information is available on the Direct Deposit section of the website.
- The form is on our website, you can download it and submit it to your departmental Payroll Preparer
- If you need assistance filling out your W-4, please see your financial advisor
Visit our Paycheck section for a direct link and instruction for POSC.
- You will need your most current check advice number and agency code: 360231
- Your payroll preparer can give you your most recent check advice number
Enrollment in Health Benefits is online using SPS Workday. Employees with questions should contact email@example.com
If enrolling a Dependent Child, a copy of the Child’s Birth certificate will be required.
If enrolling a spouse, a copy of the Certified Marriage Certificate from the Court Clerk’s office will be required.
An overview of benefits including Health benefits is available here.
You must experience a qualifying event to make mid-year changes to your health benefits if it is not during the annual Open Enrollment period (typically in the Fall).
Employee would need to initiate a “Life Event” in SPS Workday and supply required documentation, i.e. hospital discharge papers, birth cert, marriage cert, etc. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details and required documentation.
If the reason for adding a dependent is due to loss of other coverage outside of Open Enrollment, the employee would need to supply a letter from the insurer/employer on letterhead showing proof of the loss. Please contact a Benefits Staff member for more information.
Visit the HR website for more information on SRA plans. The SRA Comparison chart has more information about maximums and plan differences.
SRA forms are available under Benefit Forms and on the Supplemental Retirement page. Once you complete the deduction forms to initiate a Supplemental Retirement Account, then the vendor will send information to your home address on how to manage your funds. It can take up to two pay periods for the deduction to begin.
You will need to complete a Supplemental Retirement Account Change Form. Interactive Forms can be found on the HR Website under Benefit Forms and under the Supplemental Retirement page. You will need to know the vendor name, type of account and how much is currently going into it – this information is available on your pay stub, which you can access through the POSC.
It can take up to two pay periods for the new deduction to begin. It is important to pay attention to plan maximums. Over-contributions to a plan can have tax implications.
Long-Term disability enrollment is completed on the University System of Maryland MetLife website.
Forms, deadlines, eligibility, tax information and policies can be found on the HR website under Tuition Remission.
UMBC faculty and staff can sign up for all in-person workshops through the myUMBC training group. Faculty and staff have access to SkillSoft Percipio accounts via Single Sign On and may take classes 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from any computer with internet access.
New faculty and staff have access to Skillsoft Percipio classes via Single Sign On. For more information about SkillSoft Percipio and to log into your account visit: http://www.umbc.edu/skillsoft/.
All employees are required to take preventing sexual harassment and responsible employee training. This training is offered through SafeColleges and the Office of Equity and Inclusion (OEI). To access the training, go to the SafeColleges website for University of Maryland Baltimore County: https://umbc-md.safecolleges.com/ and log in using your UMBC username and password. This training is assigned to all new employees upon hiring and must be completed with 90 days of starting at UMBC. For more information, see the Office of Equity and Inclusion website or contact OEI here.
The link is located on the UMBC Police web site. The direct link to the training is: http://police.umbc.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/80/2013/09/Online-Emergency-Preparedness-Training.pdf