This is the time of year when staff and their managers should review and/or update departmental procedures for essential services needed during emergencies or other conditions.
On Monday, November 20, 2023, all Princeton University employees and students received an email regarding the creation of a new website called "Campus Resources for Difficult Times."
Annual physicals are very important because they can help identify and treat health conditions before they worsen. If you are overdue for an annual physical, and you are having trouble getting an appointment, take advantage of this convenient program.
The annual 403(b) contribution limit for 2024 has changed from 2023. If you are under age 50, the annual contribution limit is $23,000. If you are age 50 or older in the calendar year, you may contribute an extra $7,500 “catch-up” contribution, for a total annual contribution limit of $30,500.
On Sunday, October 22, 2023, all employees and students received a call for respect and care from Deans Jill Dolan, Rod Priestley, and Gene Jarrett and Vice Presidents W. Rochelle Calhoun and Romy Riddick.
Have you ever had joint pain? If so, assistance is now easily within reach. Princeton has partnered with Hinge Health, a virtual physical therapy exercise program designed to support back and joint health. Effective immediately, this program is available at no cost to you and your eligible dependents, aged 18 or older, enrolled in a Princeton medical plan.
Taking care of your physical, mental, and financial wellness is extremely important. We encourage you to utilize these available benefits:
- Employee Wellness Center @ 350 Alexander
- Mental Wellness Resources
- Employee Assistance Program (Carebridge)
- Retirement & Financial
- Benefits News & Events
- Thrive Together Newsletter
HR staff members are here to support you every step of the way, and are reachable by phone at (609) 258-3302 or email at [email protected] for assistance.
News & Stories
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It is a time to educate and promote research, as well as support survivors and those currently fighting the disease.
On August 11, the University’s Office of Human Resources hosted its annual Celebration Breakfast for 29 staff members of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) who completed the Summer Transfer Program (STP).