The University of Virginia complies with state policies in providing benefits to certain employees.
The University Benefits Division is responsible for determining employee eligibility and enrollment of retirement, life, disability, and health care benefits. Any changes or questions concerning these benefit coverages should be directed to the Benefits Division.
Generally, all salaried employees are eligible for various non-benefit payroll deductions. A partial listing of the most commonly used deductions and the departments responsible for initiating and managing the deductions are as follows:
*Parking permit deduction (pre-tax available), Parking and Transportation
*UVA Health & Fitness/Recreation Membership, Intramural-Recreational Sports
*United Way contributions, Community Relations
*Cavalier Computers, UVA Bookstore/Cavalier Computers
Benefits and Deductions while on Leave
Employees should contact the Benefits Division of the University Human Resources to determine if retirement, life, disability, and health care benefits will continue during their leave of absence. The type of leave will usually determine the employee’s eligibility for benefits during this period.
Benefits not continued by the Benefits Division during the leave of absence, and all other employee deductions, will automatically be suspended. Payroll will reinstate these deductions and benefits once notified of an employee’s return from a leave of absence.