Faculty and Staff Benefits - Medical, Vision, Life Insurance, Long Term Disability, Retirement, Flexible Spending Accounts, Legal, Child & Dependent Life Insurance and Prescription Drug plans are available to eligible regular faculty and staff of the University of Michigan. Typically, new hires have 30 days to elect these benefits with a retroactive date to their hire date. Entry into these plans after 30 days from hire is limited to qualifying IRS events or eligible changes in faculty/staff member's jobs.
The University of Michigan is committed to providing high-quality, market-competitive and affordable benefit programs. Two committees have been formed to review options for continued commitment to this mission. Click here for more information.
Tuition Benefits for Staff Members - Tuition support is available for staff members at the UM-Flint Campus. Please click on the icon to the left to review the support available for staff members attending classes at UM-Flint or attending classes outside of the UM-Flint Campus. Deadlines for submission apply.
Dependent Child Tuition Scholarship Program - This program allows dependent children of UM-Flint regular Faculty and Staff members the potential for a scholarship towards the cost of UM-Flint tuition. This plan has strict deadlines for application submission.
Work~Connections works closely with the Office of Human Resources & Affirmative Action - Flint to assure the proper recording of sick time absences due to non-work related injuries or illnesses. Illness/injuries which require faculty or staff to be absent to work for more than 10 consecutive work days or for chronic illnesses, must have proper documentation for appropriate sick pay to be received.
For work related injuries, it is important that U of M - Flint faculty and staff contact our Department of Public Safety (DPS) at 762-3335 for emergency situations or Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) at 766-6763 for non-emergency work related injuries. It is important that employees contact EHS with a work related injury. Not doing so may delay proper payment, loss in workers compensation or the employee may be financially responsible for the work related injury. An attachment to the EHS and DPS websites are below:
We understand that you can contribute your best efforts to the University when you are able to address the goals and obligations of your personal life; and when you can balance your family's care with the other facets of your life. Our programs and services are designed to help you reach this balance. Click here to see the opportunities available.
Faculty and Staff Assisance Program (FASAP) - In recognition of the University's goal to maintain a climate sensitive to the individual needs of the faculty and staff (active and retired) and their immediate families, FASAP offers a number of services to help with personal difficulties encountered at both work and home. Services include:
- Short term counseling services on personal, emotional, family and work place issues
- Critical incident, trauma and grief counseling
- Brown Bag educational presentations on a variety of emotional and mental health topics
All FASAP services are free of charge and confidential. Click here to visit the FASAP website.