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Posted June 23, 2017

Social Well-Being: Mason Kids Club

Wondering what to do with your school-age child between the ages of 6-11 once camp ends and school hasn’t started? Sign up for Mason Kids Club, managed by the George Mason University Child Development Center, from August 14-August 25. Two one-week sessions will be offered with fun, hands-on activities and engaging campus field trips. For details and registration, please visit www.regonline.com/masonkidsclubsummer2017.  If you have any questions, please call the Child Development Center at 703.993.5960.

 

 

 

Posted June 21, 2017

Non-Exempt Employees Can Choose Leave or Pay for Their Overtime Hours

Effective August 1 , non-exempt employees (i.e. overtime eligible for all hours over 40 worked in a week) can initiate or change their election regarding how their overtime is to be handled by the Payroll Department. All non-exempt employees have the option of being paid for their overtime (which is the default) or to accumulate their overtime as leave.

If a non-exempt employee has made an election in the past and does not want to change their election, they do not have to do anything. If they want to continue to receive pay for any overtime earned, they also do not have to complete a form.  However, if the non-exempt employee would like to change their election from receiving pay to receiving leave or receiving leave to receiving pay, they need to complete an Overtime Leave Agreement Form and submit it to the Payroll Department no later than Friday, September 8.

Unfortunately this deadline is firm and we cannot accept forms after that date.

Please remember that an election commits the employee to their choice for one year until the next open enrollment period. This means that if the non-exempt employee elects leave accumulation he or she will receive leave and not pay for any overtime worked during the next academic year.

Please contact Catalina Wheat at 3.2751 if you have any questions.

Posted May 31, 2017

Flexible Summer @ Mason

Summer is here! Time to prepare for “Flexible Summer @ Mason” which runs from June 18 – August 12, 2017. While the use of flexible schedules like telework, flextime and compressed schedules is encouraged throughout the year, it is strongly suggested that departments make a concerted effort to integrate some type(s) of flexwork into their daily operations, if and when possible, over the summer.

For information on flexible work at Mason including compressed schedulesflextimetelework, and more, please visit http://flexwork.gmu.edu/options/.

Posted November 1, 2016

IRS Limits for 2017

The IRS announced cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs) affecting the dollar limits for pension plans and other retirement-related items for the 2017 tax year. There is no change from 2016. Participants under age 50 can contribute up to $18,000 in the Supplemental Retirement Plan (403(b)) program and the Virginia Deferred Compensation Plan (DCP) (457). Participants age 50 and over can contribute $24,000 in each plan. If you wish to change your 403(b) contribution, please complete a 403(b) salary reduction agreement and return to Benefits at MS 3C3. If you wish to change your 457 contribution, please call ICMA-RC at 1-VRS-DC-PLAN1 (1-877-327-5261), or log into your account at http://www.varetirement.org/dcp.html.

 

 

 

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