Human Resources COVID-19 Updates:
Our Response How to Keep Working & Stay Safe Self-Care
Updated Jun 01, 2021

All of us have been affected in myriad ways by the disconnect and distress of enduring the pandemic. Being able to tolerate the lingering effects and retune to healthful socialization is a legitimate concern and wish for many in our campus community. 

Updated Jan 21, 2021

New COVID relief legislation allows you to maximize the use of amounts in your Health Care Flexible Spending Account and/or your Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account.

Effective immediately, here's what is happening:

Updated Sep 15, 2020

The University of Nebraska system has extended the deadline for a program that allows employees to voluntarily reduce work hours and pay, but maintain full-time benefits coverage. Announced in June, the program is intended to reduce labor costs and address budgetary impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Updated Apr 03, 2020

The Employee Assistance Program administers a loan fund designed to assist non-probationary, regular university employees in financial crisis.

Financial hardships caused by the spread of COVID-19 can be helped with the EAP's Employee Emergency Loan Fund.

Employees may apply for up to $750. All money borrowed is interest free and is paid back into the fund by payroll deduction. The Employee Loan Fund was established and funded by donations from university employees, employee group, and friends. No state or other university funds are used by this fund.

Updated Mar 24, 2020

The EAP is offering assistance during the changes of COVID-19. Schedule a Zoom or phone session with an EAP counselor by calling or emailing their office. 402-472-3107 | Toll Free: 888-445-9881 | eap@unl.edu