New travel voucher form

For those faculty and staff who travel for Brenau business and require reimbursement of expenses paid out of pocket, the travel voucher form has been updated to a PDF form. This form can be completed electronically, complete with electronic signature (just click the signature line and follow the instructions to generate your electronic signature). Please note the form will need to be downloaded and opened with Adobe Acrobat, instead of in your browser, in order for the electronic signature to function correctly. Once the form is completed and electronically signed, it can be emailed along with supporting documentation to your supervisor for approval. Hopefully this new form will improve the speed and efficiency of processing reimbursement requests.

The new form can be found on the ADP site under Resources > Forms Library > Travel Voucher or by downloading this PDF.

Also, please remember that if you submit expenses for reimbursement you now have the option of getting those reimbursements deposited directly into your bank account rather than receiving a paper check. Use the following link to indicate your desire to sign up for direct deposit.

https://forms.gle/T3QxXEMxsJSJo3A56

Your information will be provided to Paymerang, and you will receive an email from them with instructions on how to sign up for direct deposit.

Contact Toby Hinton at ude.uanerb@notniht with any questions.

Chair massage spots available June 19

There are 15 afternoon appointments available on a first-come, first-served basis for chair massages Wednesday, June 19, on the Gainesville historic campus. Each massage lasts for 10 minutes.

To claim one of the appointments, please be one of the first 15 to email Kelley Maddox at ude.uanerb@xoddamk.

Wellness Program Incentive and Rewards

Brenau’s Wellness Program, funded by Cigna, is designed to support healthy behavior in the workplace and to improve health outcomes. The program includes activities during the year which relate to being healthy, whether it be physical, mental, financial, social or emotional health. Employees receive points and/or cash rewards for each activity in which they participate.

Points are added to the Activity Tracker, maintained by HR. At the end of the calendar year, names will be drawn from those who have accumulated Activity Tracker points. The more points you accumulate, the greater chance you have of winning cash prizes.

Motivate-Me is a new wellness initiative program provided through our Cigna insurance. For certain activities for which members participate, gift cards are provided. Employees must be a Brenau Cigna Member to collect Cigna Rewards. Maximum award is $200 per employee, per year.

Please view the PDF of the Wellness Calendar tor upcoming events.

Cigna Members can register online at my.cigna.com to view benefit information.

Should you have questions, please contact Kelley Maddox at ude.uanerb@xoddamk or Hannah Ivester at ude.uanerb@1elooph.

Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act notice

If you are eligible for health coverage from Brenau but are unable to afford the premiums, some states have premium assistance programs that can help pay for coverage.

If you or your dependents are not currently enrolled in Medicaid or Children’s Heath Insurance Program (CHIP), and you think you or any of your dependents might be eligible for either of these programs, contact Medicaid, CHIP office, dial 1-877-KIDS-NOW or go to insurekidsnow.gov to find out how to apply.

Staff personnel evaluations due Friday, June 14

Annual staff performance evaluations are due to the HR Office by Friday, June 14.

Contact Kelley Maddox at ude.uanerb@xoddamk or 770-534-6270 with questions.

Vacation time: use it or lose it

Vacation time expires June 30. If an employee has unused vacation time as of June 30, it will be transferred to the employee’s wellness leave, if applicable.

All time off requests for the month of June must be submitted and approved in ADP before June 24.

Sign up for Safety & Wellness Day, June 12

Please join us Wednesday, June 12, for Safety & Wellness Day sponsored by the Wellness Committee and the Office of Safety & Security.

The day begins at 11 a.m. with an Are You Smarter Than a Security Officer? game show in the Student Union Building (SUB) followed by “mocktails” in the Tea Room and a drunk driving simulation experience provided by the City of Gainesville Police Department.

Bring your mobile devices in order to join in the game.

RSVP at forms.gle/rfU6Syv7AZnjHL446 by June 3 to participate. Those who register before May 24 will get a free shirt.

Employees will be awarded with one Wellness Activity Point for participation.

Chair Massage Spots available for May 15

There are 15 afternoon appointments available on a first-come, first-served basis for chair massages Wednesday, May 15, on the Gainesville historic campus. Each massage lasts for 10 minutes.

To claim one of the appointments, please be one of the first 15 to email Kelley Maddox at ude.uanerb@xoddamk.

Safety & Wellness Day, June 12: Are you Smarter Than a Security Officer?

Are You Smarter Than a Security Guard? flyer.

Please join us for Wednesday, June 12, for Safety & Wellness Day sponsored by the Wellness Committee and The Office of Safety & Security.

The day begins at 11 a.m. with an Are You Smarter Than a Security Officer? game show in the Student Union Building (SUB) followed by “mocktails” in the Tea Room and a drunk driving simulation experience provided by the City of Gainesville Police Department.

Bring your mobile devices in order to join in the game.

RSVP at forms.gle/rfU6Syv7AZnjHL446 by June 3 to participate.

Employees will be awarded with one Wellness Activity Point for participation.