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Annual Total Compensation Statements: Now Online!

Your annual Total Compensation Statement gives you a “big picture” view of the value of your UPHS pay and benefits. The newest statement, showing the total value of your benefits and compensation for the period January 1, 2012 – December 31, 2012, is now available online. Visit the Human Resources website, and click on one of the links for the Total Compensation Statement.

New this year:  It’s easier to access your statement! Just use your network ID and password.

Did you know your statement is also a valuable tool to use in retirement planning? Review the Retirement section to be sure you’re participating in all the retirement plans that you’re eligible to join and that you’re making the most of your opportunities to plan for your future.

In order to receive a Total Compensation Statement, you must be a UPHS employee, enrolled in UPHSflex benefits, and have a hire date on or before June 30, 2012.

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