The open enrollment period for PEBA insurance benefits is October 1–31, 2020. During open enrollment, permanent full-time employees who are currently eligible for insurance benefits may change their coverage for the following year.
The College of Charleston is hosting a four-part virtual Retirewise® workshop series at 12 p.m. on Mondays, starting Monday, Sept. 21, 2020. The series is free to CofC employees and their spouses/partners.
Human Resources presents information about the COVID-19 Special Request for Accommodation Process and leave options for staff.
The South Carolina Public Employee Benefit Authority (PEBA) is now offering one-hour video benefit consultations to members of the S.C. Retirement Systems and State Health Plan.
Employees now have free access to thousands of expert-led videos on hundreds of topics through the LinkedIn Learning online educational platform.
Human Resources has issued information about two new paid leave options available to CofC employees who are not able to work due to the COVID-19 response.
Sarah Myer '09, director of operations in the Office of Admissions, shares more than an organ with her kidney transplant recipient.
The College of Charleston is hosting a four-part Retirewise® workshop series for faculty and staff from 12–1 p.m. on Mondays, March 2–23. Register now.
Staff and faculty with the State Health Plan may now get free diagnoses and treatment plans from Medical University of South Carolina providers through MUSC Health Virtual Care.
The open enrollment period for PEBA Insurance benefits is October 1–31, 2019. During open enrollment, eligible subscribers may change their coverage for the following year.