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Updated Apr 02, 2015

On February 1, 2015, the University of Nebraska - Lincoln secured blanket international travel coverage for all faculty and staff who travel outside the country on UNL business with the correct visa.  Faculty and staff no longer need to purchase this insurance individually. See details at  http://travel.unl.edu/ForeignTravel

Updated Sep 10, 2014
In our ongoing commitment to campus safety, UNL is introducing TIPS Incident Reporting. This service allows students, parents, faculty and staff to confidentially and anonymously report campus incidents or positive experiences. The link is located in the site’s footer, available on all UNL web pages. Please have a look.
Updated Mar 05, 2015

The 2015 spring Pre-Retirement Seminar will be held on Thursday, April 9, 2015 in the Ballroom at the Nebraska Union on city campus.  This program is for faculty and staff, age 50 and older with at least 10 years of service and faculty and staff age 65 and older.  The seminar will be offered twice; a morning session and then again the same presentation in the afternoon.

Updated Jun 18, 2014

The recent Nebraska Legislative Session included the passage of LB 907, a bill that takes effect in July 2014. LB 907 prescribes when a public employer may review and access the criminal history background of an applicant. The criminal history background of an applicant now may only be reviewed once you have determined that an applicant meets minimum employment qualifications.

Updated Jun 10, 2013

The University of Nebraska has limited the accrual of vacation leave, based on a cap of 280 hours, since 2007. As the system currently records vacation accrual, if your vacation balance is less than 280 hours you receive a full month’s vacation accrual; typically 16 hours for many employees. This allowed those with balances less than 280 hours to earn a full accrual and actually reach a leave balance greater than the 280 hours allowed by University policy.

Updated Aug 27, 2014

Effective October 1, 2009, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will conduct employment verification on all new hires through E-Verify in compliance with Nebraska state law LB 403. E-Verify is an Internet-based system operated by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in partnership with the Social Security Administration. E-Verify is used by employers to verify employment eligibility of new hires.

Is E-Verify required?

Effective October 1, 2009, E-Verification is required for all new hires at UNL.