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Retirement Plan Fee Credit

As a result of the reduction in total fund expenses, a fee credit will be allocated this month to participants with legacy accounts. This affects those with pre-2012 Fidelity or TIAA accounts with a balance.

Retirement Plan Fee Credit Info

 

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Weekly Coronavirus Communications Updates

Every week, University Communications prepares a summary of all the recent coronavirus-related information. To help employees stay up-to-date on announcements and activities, those summaries are now available on the Together We Will website and will be included in the Tuesday edition of InsideMSU.

Read Weekly Communication Updates

 

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Support for Spartan Caregivers

We appreciate the struggles and challenges caregivers are experiencing right now. The MSU WorkLife Office has compiled an extensive list of resources available, including: options for care providers, support for managing boundaries with kids and work at home, and supervisor support on flexibility and making equitable decisions. Be sure to review and utilize these valuable resources.

Find Caregiver Support Resources

 

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Campuswide Health Screening Form

All faculty, staff, student employees and students should use the university's official health screening form. Units should use this form moving forward rather than any forms created in the unit. MSU IT and the University Physician’s office have created this form and own this information.

 

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Reminder to Take Advantage of Optional Benefits and Resources

Are you aware of all the optional benefits and resources available to you and your family? From telemedicine and diabetes management to employee discounts and many more, these optional benefits can help you stay healthy and save money.

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Three Steps to Positive Personal Accountability

When many of us think of accountability, we associate it with negative connotations such as stress or even fear. The first step toward fostering positive, personal accountability, as well as a culture of accountability in the workplace, is to understand and redefine what true accountability means. 

Positive Personal Accountability

Establish Trust and Credibility for Greater Influence

“Influencers” are all over the news, but what does it mean to be a true influencer in the workplace? It’s not about your number of Instagram followers, but rather knowing — and practicing — the skills that strengthen personal power and influence.

How to Increase Influence
 

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Ideas for Connecting with Co-workers in Honor of Employee Appreciation Day

After a full year of remote work and social distancing, it’s no surprise many of us are feeling more disconnected than ever. Employee Appreciation Day (March 5) reminds us to connect with and recognize our amazing co-workers. We have ideas to help you engage with your team members virtually.

Ideas to Connect Virtually
 

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Virtual Course Highlight: Everything DiSC: Behavior Styles at Work

Everything DiSC®, a popular virtual training and personalized learning experience, has earned rave reviews from participants, including "eye-opening," "inspiring and fun," and "true game changer." It is currently open for registration in the EBS Portal for two upcoming dates on March 17 and May 5.
Learn About Everything DiSC

 

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Financial Resources from MSU Retirement Vendors 

Both of MSU’s retirement vendors, Fidelity and TIAA, have resources and tips on saving money, getting out of debt, and planning for retirement with live webinars, courses for financial literacy, and other tools. 
Financial and Retirement Resources

 

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New Guidelines for Colorectal Cancer Screenings

During colorectal cancer awareness month, we're sharing important new guidelines and resources. Colorectal cancer screening is now recommended for people 45 and older based on an increasing number of diagnoses for individuals under 50. MSU Health Care’s primary care, imaging services and pharmacy can assist with managing your health, diagnosis and medications if diagnosed with colorectal cancer.

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