A USG Well-Being Information Session and WebEx will be held at Middle Georgia State University on 3/12/2018 for all employees enrolled in a USG healthcare plan.
Middle Georgia State University has contracted with ESPῩR to provide employees and their family members with a comprehensive Employee Assistance Program (EAP). All medical benefits eligible employees have access to the program. Services are free and confidential, within the bounds of the law. The EAP is available 24/7/365 and provides the following services. Work-Life Counseling Continue reading
It’s that time again for our Benefits and Wellness Fair! Learn about the 2018 benefit changes and take advantage of the opportunity to talk with our benefits and wellness vendors and register for prizes. Flu shots will also be available for employees enrolled in USG’s health coverage. Please bring a copy of your insurance card Continue reading
University System of Georgia Benefits Administration Implementation Coming Soon — Two New Ways to Access Your Benefits We know that University System of Georgia benefits are important to you and your family. They offer protection, peace of mind and comfort — and you want to make the most of them. Rest easy! Continue reading
Open Enrollment is Coming – Monday, October 31, through Friday, November 11. This is your once-a-year opportunity to enroll in, or make changes to your benefits. Beginning October 31, 2016, you can make changes to your coverage by logging in to the ADP Portal https://portal.adp.com Next week we will Continue reading
It’s that time again! Open Enrollment is just around the corner. Be prepared to learn about your 2017 benefits and the best preventive care practices for you and your family.
The MGA community will observe Monday, September 5, 2016 as a holiday
Beginning September 1, access to the Macon Recreation & Wellness Center will be $15/month for faculty & staff who wish to join.
In conjunction with Middle Georgia State University, TIAA-CREF offers one-on-one advice sessions at no additional cost to employees.
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) regulations governing which employees are eligible to receive overtime pay as non-exempt (hourly) employees.