EMPLOYEE NEWS & EVENTS
2017 Open Enrollment
You may now make any Open Enrollment changes through October 31, 2017. As always, MyBenefits.sc.gov is the easiest way to change your coverage during Open Enrollment.
For more information regarding Open Enrollment visit https://www.peba.sc.gov/openenrollment.html Here you will find all things related to 2017 Open Enrollment, like “What’s new for 2018”; “What you can do during 2017 open enrollment”; “MyBenefits”; “Follow up on your open enrollment changes”; and so much more.
Additionally, be sure to carefully review your weekly Wellness Wednesday Newsletter emails each week. Between September 13th and October 31st, your Wellness Wednesday Newsletter will spotlight 2017 Open Enrollment. If you haven’t had the chance to read last week’s Wellness Wednesday, please do so. Archives of the Wellness Wednesday Newsletter can be found on our HR News and Events Webpage.
Also, Kaji Orr will be on the Georgetown and Grand Strand Campus during October for anyone that wants to meet face-to-face to make your Open Enrollment changes. If you would like to meet with Kaji during one of the following days, please set an appointment with her via email.
Grand Strand: October 4th
Georgetown: October 10th
New Addition to the PerksCard Program
We are excited to announce a new addition to the PerksCard program, PerksConnect! This merchant network can save you thousands of dollars annually on dining, local attractions, travel, shopping, gift cards and more!
The state of South Carolina offers this discount program to all state employees. PerksConnect enables us to save on many everyday purchases from local and national vendors. We hope you enjoy the savings!
Select your area (Central, South, North)
Click “Activate Your Account” and fill in the required fields.
Group code for Central: SCOHRCENTRAL17
Group code for South: SCOHRSOUTH17
Group code for North: SCOHRNORTH17
HGTC Offers SAFE Training
The S.A.F.E. response to violence is an easy way to remember the actions that need
to be taken in any given situation that threatens the personal safety of a member
of the Horry-Georgetown Techincal College community.
S.A.F.E. stands for Secure, Alert, Fight, Escape.
The S.A.F.E. method is meant to empower individuals during a threatening situation and equip them with ideas and knowledge of what to do in dangerous situations by proactively providing a plan of action. This, one hour session, is provided by Coastal Carolina University Department of Public Safety officers with extensive knowledge in the areas of both law enforcement and civilian response to active shooters or armed aggressors.
The session will be a mixture of both presentation and audience participation exercises that help promote the S.A.F.E. response to violence model.