Updated Mar 30, 2023

Forbes ranking scores university at no. 2 in Nebraska, no. 13 in education nationally.

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is again counted among the best places to work in the Cornhusker State and across the nation.

Updated Jun 14, 2022

The Employee Assistance Program will continue to offer a professional development group for faculty and staff. The next session will be offered via Zoom at noon, Jan. 20.

The group is focused on sharing key ways to bring your best self to work. Topics vary from effective communication skills, professional boundaries, time and energy management, dealing with change and cultivating resilience. Each session is offered at noon on the third Thursday of the month.

The January session will explore positive coping strategies fo ;stress.

Updated Feb 09, 2022

The 2021 W-2 Wage and Tax Statement is now available via Firefly. 

Employees must be enrolled to receive the W-2 forms via the online service. Opting for electronic delivery allows employees to have early access to forms in mid-January and the ability to review W-2 forms from previous years. It also reduce printing and postage costs for the university. The enrollment process, available here, is quick and easy. Enrolling will automatically provide access to all future W-2 forms online.

Updated Dec 06, 2021

University leaders have updated policies that addresses employee pay and instructional continuity during inclement weather shutdowns.

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.