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September 16, 2020

Parents' Night Off: Anytime Stories for Children

Join HR Work-Life Manager, Azetta Beatty, for three great stories: Tiger Can't Sleep: My Lucky Day: Love Is A Family:

August 12, 2020

Options for working parents during virtual learning

With the majority of school districts beginning the school year with virtual learning, we know child care remains a concern for many of you, so we want to provide some resources to help. 

July 20, 2020

COVID-19 guidelines implemented to ensure clean, safe lactation spaces

The University of Kentucky is committed to supporting lactation and to providing private accessible space for those who need it, including employees. Lactation rooms remain open As the university continues through the reopening phases, lactation rooms have and will remain open and users will have to follow new health protocols for COVID-19. The guidelines from Environmental Health and Safety include these safety measures: 

May 12, 2020

FSA grace period extended through 2020 plus more relief

Unused funds stay through year-end, next year's health care rollover amount increases, plus newly eligible expenses In an announcement from the IRS shared on May 12, 2020, the IRS Notice 2020-29 allowed employers to provide relief for employees with flexible spending accounts that experienced disruption due to COVID-19. For example, employees who set aside money in their FSA for a scheduled surgery could not spend it because “nonessential” medical services were postponed.