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Working at UD News and Information

Sept. 17, 2020

News you need

Influenza vaccines available by appointment

UD’s Nurse Managed Primary Care Center will be offering Influenza vaccines beginning Monday, Sept. 21. Vaccines are offered by appointment only; walk-ins will not be accepted. Access the schedule of available dates and times.

Notice to non-Delaware resident employees

The shift to remote work could have tax implications for employees working remotely outside of the State of Delaware. These employees should review their state tax withholdings and consult with their tax advisor to determine any necessary W4 Form updates. Learn more.

Protect the flock!

Help protect the flock: Remember to wear a face covering or stay six feet away from others at all large gatherings. Failure to do so will result in an unsuccessful UD health screening. The screening is required for anyone planning to enter University facilities. Access the questionnaire or scan the QR code posted around campus.

New time and attendance system

The University of Delaware's Payroll Office has launched UD WorkForce, a new time and attendance system. Training materials are provided on the website. Open Zoom sessions with Payroll staff are also available for employees who have questions or need assistance.


TIAA Webinars to support your financial wellbeing

TIAA offers webinars on a variety of financial topics. September webinars include income and estate planning, saving for college, the 2020 election and the economy, and savings and investing for women. Sessions are available on demand for 30 days following the live webinar. You can also schedule a virtual counseling session.

Featured jobs

View this month’s featured UD job on the HR Careers site:

That’s Interesting: Facilities Behind the Scenes

Join a panel discussion on Sept. 24 at noon to hear from leaders of the UD Facilities team on how they are working to keep campus safe and clean amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more and register.

Secure UD Training–phase II

UD Information Technologies is partnering with Human Resources to offer Phase II of 2020 Secure UD Training. The training equips employees with the knowledge and skills to protect themselves and the University from cyber risks at home, in the office or abroad. Look for an enrollment notification from the Learning System Administrator ( with instructions. Learn more.

Tuition Exchange Program applications open

Faculty and staff applications for the Tuition Exchange Program’s (TEP) 2021-22 academic year scholarships are open. Those interested in applying should do so through the Educational Benefits web form by Oct. 28, 2020. Learn more.

2020 reunions

This October, UD is hosting 10 virtual reunion celebrations for alumni in classes ending in 0 or 5, starting with the Class of 1970. Registration begins on Sept. 16 and the 2020 Reunion Class Challenge is already underway with about $50,000 raised! Learn more.


Working at UD

The Working at UD collaborative continues to foster a positive work-life experience for employees. Representatives from Athletics, Employee Health and Wellbeing, Equity and Inclusion, Development and Alumni Engagement and Human Resources are partnering to share valuable information and promote tools and services. Let us know how we can continue to support you.

Social Justice Circles

The Office of Equity and Inclusion is coordinating Social Justice Circles—small, informal gatherings to discuss issues of social justice in a brave, confidential environment with others on campus. Meetings are held monthly and are group-led, with a facilitator in each group. Learn more and register.


Lace up your sneakers, Walktober is back! All-Access Members and their household members aged 13+ are invited to join this 6-week activity challenge to track steps, encourage movement and get outside. Registration now open.

Introducing Working Well

Join a new, 11-part workplace wellbeing series Wednesdays from 2-2:30 p.m., beginning Sept. 23. Engage in dynamic discussion with the Employee Health and Wellbeing team, identify key ingredients that go into high functioning workplaces, and focus on your individual wellbeing. Learn more and register online.

Employee Assistance Program

Visit this month’s Health Advocate Member newsletter for helpful tips including how to keep moving, preparing for flu season and getting better sleep.

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