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  • Boats Against the Current
    124 North Ashland Avenue Commissioned by UK Elder Care Work Life Boats Against the Current a new play by UK graduate student William McCann was met with great success when an excerpt premiered as part of the Kentucky State Fair Senior Day festivities on August 21 The play focuses on how a family deals with their patriarch s diagnosis of Alzheimer s Disease For more information email Terri Weber terri

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/HR/ElderCare/BATC.html (2012-11-13)
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  • Health Smart - UK Health & Wellness
    Happiness and Health presented by Suzanne Segerstrom PhD View the PowerPoint Presentation PDF Video of presentation Saving Time in the Kitchen Quick and Healthy Eating presented by Helen Moseley MS RD LD CHES View the PowerPoint PDF Handout 1 Meal plan and shopping list handout L iving with Understanding The Real Scoop on Depression in Older Adults presented by Phyllis Culp RN MSW Video of full presentation PowerPoint Fitting in Physical Fitness presented by Carrie Davidson ACSM HFS PowerPoint Presentation Brief video Mindfulness Practice for Everyday Living presented by Federico Felito Aldarondo Ph D PowerPoint Presentation 1 04 MB Handout Decoding Food Labels presented by Karen Bryla McNees Ed D R D PowerPoint Presentation 1 09 MB Ready to Launch Motivation for Healthy Habits presented by Dr Ellen Usher PowerPoint Presentation 5 19 MB PDF and a brief video Plus resources regarding William James Spirituality and Health presented by Dr Tamara Brown PowerPoint Presentation 120 KB PDF Check out a brief video Eldercare Coping with Holiday Stress presented by Dr John Ranseen PowerPoint Presentation 1 MB For more presentations visit the archive Opening a PDF requires Adobe Reader Don t have it Download the free software here Those who attend will receive a free Healthier at Home book Another way to get your FREE Healthier at Home book Click here to watch a brief video introducing the Healthier at Home self care guide Learn how the book can help you make informed choices about your health and your family s health If you already have a book follow along for a quick tutorial If not be sure to complete the quiz after watching the video to earn your book About Healthier at Home Healthier at Home published by the American Institute of Preventive Medicine is the most comprehensive self care

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/HR/wellness/healthsmart.html (2012-11-13)
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  • myUK Self-Service Guide
    the menu for step by step instructions As part of the effort to Go Green the University has adopted online pay statements for all employees and eliminated paper statements except for those employees who opt in annually to receive them Click here for details and instructions to view your pay statements online Getting Started Sign on to myUK Employee Self Service Start by going to the http myUK uky edu site and logging in using your link blue username and password You ll log on with the same University wide user name password combination you use to log into UK computers and to Exchange e mail among other systems Once logged in click on the Employee Self Service tab as shown below This will bring up the Employee Self Service Overview menu From here navigate to major feature areas Employee Search Benefits and Payment Training Working Time and Personal Information You may also access those major feature areas from top blue navigation bar from anywhere inside Employee Self Service Ready to check out Employee Self Service for yourself Log in now or see the menu at the top right of this page for more details ESS Feature Guide Addresses Update

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/HR/myuk/ (2012-11-13)
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  • Body Shop - UK Health & Wellness
    Body Shop Fitness Through Body Shop Fitness UK Health Wellness provides a range of fitness options at very attractive rates for employees retirees spouses and sponsored dependents Body Shop Fitness membership includes access to two fitness facilities Group Fitness Classes one on one exercise consultations and training information Who can join All UK employees retirees spouses and sponsored dependents are eligible for Body Shop Fitness You can join any facility or group exercise class at any time Join today Where are the Body Shop facilities and what are the hours Body Shop Fitness offers two conveniently located facilities Seaton Center gym south campus and Alumni gym north campus The Body Shop at Alumni Gym features more than 15 pieces of cardio equipment more than 25 pieces of Nautilus strength training circuit free weights and locker rooms for day use The Body Shop at Seaton Center features more than 10 pieces of cardio equipment complete Kieser strength training circuit more than 25 pieces of weight training equipment and free weights Find current gym hours here Can I rent a locker Seaton Full locker rental available for 5 month via payroll deduction or half lockers available for day use Stop by 116A Seaton Center to rent a locker in Seaton Alumni Locker rental is 5 per month for full locker and 2 50 per month for half locker paid via payroll deduction for UK employees and their spouses Retirees and BCTC employees ONLY may pay with a check or credit card There is a minimum three month rental period Currently all lockers are rented please sign up for the waiting list here Full and half lockers are available for daily use as well How much does it cost The fee for Body Shop Fitness will be deducted from your UK employee paycheck at the rate of 7 per month or 3 50 per biweekly period and includes all Group Fitness Classes as well as one on one exercise consultations to help you get started with an exercise program or enhance your current program Complete and return the payroll deduction form Retirees and retiree spouses ONLY We now accept Visa and MasterCard debit credit card payments online Click the Payment Options tab at the top of the webpage Retirees and their spouses may also pay with check or cash Be sure to complete this RETIREE enrollment form Where can I park Parking Structure 7 located at the corner of Sports Center Drive Jerry Claiborne Way accommodates employees and visitor pay parking The structure is also open to any user with a valid UK permit after 3 30 p m The structure is open from 5 30 a m to midnight Monday through Friday 9 a m to 10 p m on Saturday and 10 a m to 11 p m on Sunday Visitor pay parking is 2 for both the first and second hours and 1 for each additional hour with a 10 per day maximum charge A Restricted Parking Permit is available

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/HR/wellness/bodyshop.html (2012-11-13)
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  • Employee Relations - resources for displaced employees
    environment for each employee and to administering all policies fairly It is the practice of the University to consider staffing reductions after other possible solutions have been considered The information on this website see menu at right was developed by Human Resources to provide employees displaced by position eliminations with useful information and a guide to available resources If you have any questions or need more information please contact one

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/HR/emprel/pos-elim.html (2012-11-13)
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  • Holiday Announcement
    Wednesday Labor Day September 3 2012 Monday Presidential Election Day November 6 2012 Tuesday Thanksgiving Day November 22 2012 Thursday Day after Thanksgiving November 23 2012 Friday Christmas Day December 25 2012 Tuesday Special Holidays Bonus Days December 26 2012 Wednesday To receive the Special Holidays you must be employed on or before November 4 2012 in a regular position December 27 2012 Thursday December 28 2012 Friday December 31 2012 Monday New Year s Day January 1 2013 Tuesday Martin Luther King Jr Day January 21 2013 Monday Memorial Day May 27 2013 Monday Time entry absence codes for University holidays Employees of UK HealthCare who do not normally receive the Friday after Thanksgiving as a holiday are provided a floating holiday in place of this calendar day Staff must be employed on or before November 4 2012 to receive these days Regular employees with an FTE of 0 5 or greater shall be granted 4 Special Holidays Bonus Days off with pay on a pro rata basis Employees who leave employment at UK prior to January 1 2013 are not eligible for special holidays Questions concerning holiday leave should be addressed to Human Resources Employee Relations Office at

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/HR/HolidayAnnouncement.html (2012-11-13)
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  • UK HR newsletter - Thrive
    of past issues Resource Toolbox Make the Difference My UK UK Benefits UK Elder Care UK Employee Discount Program UK Employee Family Education Programs UK Employee Relations UK Health and Wellness UK HealthCare UK Parking and Transportation Services UK REFER Employee Assistance Program UK Training and Development UK VIP Center UK Wildcat Wheels Bike Library UK Work Life UK Work Life Connections Employee Assistance Program Background Checks and Hiring How

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/HR/faculty_staff.html (2012-11-13)
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  • Employee Relations - Policy Changes, Human Resources, University of Kentucky
    coverage see process section note under 1 An employee s response to a clarification request must be provided within seven calendar days unless not practicable despite diligent good faith efforts see process section 4 Physician Assistants are now considered covered health care providers see policy section 2 definitions Health Care Provider i Military Revisions Employers must grant eligible employees up to twenty six weeks of unpaid leave to care for a wounded service member provided that the service member is the employee s spouse child or parent or the employee must be the service member s next of kin Employees are entitled to only one twenty six week leave period to care for a wounded service member in a twelve month period The right to a leave does not renew once a new twelve month period begins although the leave may be taken on an intermittent or reduced schedule basis all of the twenty six weeks of leave must be used during a single twelve month period see policy section 2nd note under 1 Employees may also take leave for a qualifying exigency related to a family member in the military see policy section 1f HRP P 88 0 Family and Medical Leave Effective 08 19 08 Basic changes include the following Language was added in accordance with changes to the federal Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 expanding leave to cover providing care to a military service member who is ill or injured see policy section 1e and 2nd note HRP P 2 0 Equal Opportunity Discrimination and Harassment Effective 08 12 08 Basic changes include the following Language was added to reflect changes made to AR II 1 1 9 Policy on Discrimination and Harassment see purpose section policy section and process section Discrimination and Harassment was added to the policy title HRP P 30 0 Compensation Administration Effective 07 01 08 Basic changes include the following Leave types considered non working hours such as vacation holiday etc will no longer factor into overtime calculations for non exempt employees Only actual hours worked will apply toward overtime calculations see policy section Compensation for Overtime 3 4 HRP P 80 0 Vacation Leave Effective 07 01 08 Basic changes include the following Vacation leave earned over the course of any one fiscal year period July 1 June 30 must be used no later than the last day June 30 of the following fiscal year Overall this reduces the time allowed for staff to use VL by three months see process section Dispostion of Unused Vacation Leave HRP P 87 0 Conversion of Temporary Disability Leave Effective 06 20 08 Basic changes include the following Vacation leave acquired through conversion will count as vacation days earned in the current fiscal year see policy section Conversion to Vacation Leave f Previously vacation leave acquired through conversion counted as vacation days earned in the completed fiscal year HRP P 90 0 Employee Benefits Policy Effective 01 24 08 Basic changes include the following Supplemental LTD plan language was added to the policy see policy section 1c HRP P 83 0 Holiday Leave Effective 01 23 08 Basic changes include the following Hospital employees receive one additional floating holiday with pay see policy section 1 Note HRP P 93 0 Health Care Plans Effective 01 23 08 Basis changes include the following Employees eligible for new benefits enrollment will be covered effective on the first of the month consecutive with or following his her date of hire see policy section 4a Previously coverage began on the first of the month consecutive with or following receipt of the employee enrollment form Temporary employee benefit eligibility will no longer be contingent upon a six month assignment see policy section 5a b HRP P 91 0 Life Insurance Effective 01 10 08 Basic changes include the following Basic life insurance increased from 10 000 to 1 times salary see policy section 2 Optional life insurance increased from 3 times salary to 5 times salary see policy section 3a HRP P 2 0 Equal Opportunity Effective 07 06 07 Basic changes include the following Existing language was added from AR II 1 1 9 Handling Allegations of Sexual Harassment that outlined additional information regarding amorous relationships in the workplace see policy section 1 Note HRP P 94 0 Health Care Plan Credit Effective 10 01 06 Basic changes include the following Employees hired after December 31 2005 will have access only to UK Health Plans as retirees UK will not provide an employer credit towards retiree health plan costs for these employees see policy section 8 This policy changes was made as a result of recommendations from the Retiree Health Benefits Committee Employees hired before January 1 2006 who are not eligible to retire as of July 1 2007 will pay 10 of plan premiums see policy section 5 Employees hired before January 1 2006 who are not eligible to retire as of July 1 2007 will pay premimums based on the years of service and age at retirement for pre 65 coverage They will pay 10 of premiums after age 65 see policy section 6 LTD participants will receive the health credit for 29 months or until eligible for Medicare whichever is greater see policy section 9 HRP P 95 0 Long Term Total Disability Program Effective 10 01 06 Basic changes include the following Retirement contributions from the University were reduced from 15 to 10 of the base pay at the onset of disability see process section 6e HRP P 11 0 Pre Employment Screening Effective 07 12 06 New policy was created on July 12 2006 in compliance with KY House Bill 3 The purpose of the policy is to outline policy and procedures for background checks criminal history etc and drug screenings for new hires HRP P 19 0 Nepotism Effective 05 04 06 Basic changes include the following Existing language was added from AR II 1 1 9 Handling Allegations of

    Original URL path: http://www.uky.edu/HR/emprel/policychanges.html (2012-11-13)
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