If you manage people, your career development role is two-fold: coaching direct reports and keeping sight of your own career goals. You now have tools for both roles.
On March 9, Stanford introduced a new online tool called the Total Compensation Statement, which provides a year-to-date view of an employee’s:
- Health benefits;
- Vacation, holidays or other paid time off;
- Retirement savings;
- Other payments received such as BeWell Employee Incentive Program, transportation rewards and other incentives; and
- Stanford’s contributions to benefits
Stanford Benefits was recently made aware of a cyberattack against Premera Blue Cross, a health insurer based in the Pacific Northwest. Premera Blue Cross is separate and independent from Blue Shield of California, which administers our EPO, PPO and HDHP medical plans.
Career Services recently introduced expanded career management resources designed to support you as you navigate your career at Stanford.
Stanford Benefits often receives several questions regarding dependent eligibility. While the information is available on the Stanford Benefits website and promoted during Open Enrollment and in the Welcome Center new hire orientation, we thought it would be helpful to summarize our most frequently asked questions.