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How do I make changes to my insurance plans?
Changes are permitted during Annual Enrollment or within 31 days of a qualified change in status event. Please submit an online request and upload supporting documentation in My UT Benefits. Please use the Chrome web browser to log into My UT Benefits. If you have questions or need assistance with My UT Benefits, please contact the Office of Talent & Innovation at 512-499-4587 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
What’s the difference between the Office of Talent & Innovation and the Office of Employee Benefits?
The Office of Employee Benefits (OEB) serves as the insurance plan. The Office of Talent & Innovation (OTI) administers the plans created by OEB for UT System Administration employees. For insurance and retirement program questions, please contact OTI at 512-499-4587 or email@example.com.
Time Reporting & Leave
Who do I speak with regarding extended leave?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
How do I view my leave balances?
- Log into PeopleSoft using your SNAC.
- From the home page, click on the Time & Attendance tile.
- On the left side of the screen, click on Absence Balance Details.
How do I determine when my state comp time will expire?
Please visit Review Compensatory Time Expiration in the Employee Time Reporting & Leave Balances Manual.
How do I view my W-2?
Who do I speak with regarding my paycheck?
Please call the Office of Talent & Innovation at 512-499-4587 or email email@example.com.
How do I set up multiple direct deposit accounts?
Please refer to the Self-Service Direct Deposit job aid.
What are the Wellness Center hours and what do I need to know before I go?
Please visit Wellness Center.
What does the Employee Assistance Program offer and what is the contact information?
UT System employees are eligible to use the Employee Assistance Program provided by UT Austin. Please visit the page for details and contact information at https://hr.utexas.edu/current/eap.
How do I obtain a copy of my job description?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain a job description.
How is a position’s exemption status determined?
Each position is classified as exempt or non-exempt according to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) based on job duties. In general, management-level jobs are exempt and jobs with less authority or autonomy are non-exempt. Here are some basic differences between non-exempt and exempt positions:
- Subject to the FLSA
- Eligible for overtime
- Employee must seek prior approval prior to working more than scheduled hours
- Not subject to FLSA
- Not eligible for overtime
Who do I speak with regarding workplace accommodations?
Please call the Office of Talent & Innovation at 512-499-4587 or contact your HR Business Partner.
Who do I contact for problems with a manager or employee?
Please contact your HR Business Partner for assistance.
How do I request an employment verification?
Please visit Employment Verification.
How do I determine if I’m in an exempt or non-exempt position?
The easiest way to determine your status is to look on your timesheet. In the header on the right side, you'll see a field for FLSA Status. The field value will reflect Exempt or Non-Exempt.
How do I get a replacement badge?
Go to the Make a Payment Portal.
Select ID Badge for the payment type.
Make the payment via credit card.
Take your receipt to Sherri Prince (11.445-W) for processing.
There is no charge for broken badges. Call the Office of Talent & Innovation at 512-499-4587 to arrange a time to get a new badge. Please bring your broken badge.