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How do you find benefit information from human resources?

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Check the human resources page of your employer's website for information about employee benefits. Tuft University, Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Connecticut and the University of California at Riverside are among the employers that post employee benefit information on their human resources pages, as of 2015.

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The human resources page on the Tuft University website lists health, dental, vision, flexible spending accounts, health advocate and retirement plans among the benefits of some university employees. It also has a New Hire Benefits Enrollment Information link with information on benefits for new employees. Additional benefits include long-term disability, life insurance, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, commuter benefits and prepaid legal services.

Health, retirement, tuition, life insurance and disability Insurance are among the employee benefits available from Carnegie Mellon University. The university website keeps updated links of PDF files for each current year's list of benefits. The University of California at Riverside also keeps PDF links of current employee benefits on its human resources page.

The University of Connecticut facilitates State of Connecticut medical and dental plans, State Employees' Retirement System plans and the Supplemental Benefits Program. The Employee Assistance Program is available to qualifying faculty, staff and family members, and it provides professional assessment and counseling services.

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