HR Updates

Development Day training for departments, flexible summer hours starting in July, and information about how CIGNA participants can receive up to $240.

The First Annual University-wide Staff Development Day

The First Annual University-wide Staff Development Day will be held on June 7, 2012.  This exciting event is open to all Pace University staff and is an opportunity to participate in a large selection of training programs being offered by various Pace departments.  The event will consist of concurrent sessions throughout the day; come for one or many!

Click here to view the schedule for the day and to register for programs.  Contact Susan Donahue at if you have any questions.

Summer Flex Days are Here Again!

In recognition of your contributions, the University will again offer flexible summer hours this year. This summer each full-time staff member will have the opportunity to take every other Friday off, for three Fridays, or the equivalent of three days (2.5 days for those working an 80% schedule) between July 2 and August 10.

Please note: There is no carryover of any paid time-off (vacation, personal, floating holidays, summer flex days). Full-time staff employees must be actively at work in order to take advantage of summer flex days.

Preventative Care Incentive Program for CIGNA Participants

This innovative incentive program is designed to encourage you, and your spouse or domestic partner if applicable, to have annual preventative care examinations. Each participating employee who is covered by CIGNA is eligible to receive up to $240 if he/she (plus his/her spouse or domestic partner, if covered by the CIGNA medical plan) has one, two or three preventative care examinations (based upon age) during the plan year (July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012). Please click here to access the program details.

Although the exams must be completed by June 30, 2012, the Preventative Care Incentive Program Payment Form, which must be completed/signed by the health care provider, and corresponding CIGNA EOB (Explanation of Benefits), must be submitted to the University Benefits office by August 31, 2012.

2011 Great Colleges to Work For Program Survey Results Announced. Click here to view.