As an employer, New York University is proud of the opportunities and advantages it offers to its employees. NYU has a long-standing commitment to provide high-quality employee benefits and programs that meet the needs of our diverse community. Many of those advantages are found in the NYU benefits programs and online resources and tools.
Full-time employees may choose from several plans of health coverage. They may also enroll in the NYU Dental Plan, and have access to the NYU Retirement Plan, disability and life insurance, NYU’s LiveSmart Wellness Initiative, the Employee Assistance Program through Carebridge Life Resources, family care, mortgage programs and dependent coverage. Full-time employees may also be eligible for tuition benefits for themselves and their dependents. Coverage depends on your full-time employee classification, so navigate through the full-time employee benefits pages for more information.
Part-time employees have access to retirement benefits, business travel accident insurance and New York State Disability Insurance. Some part-time employees can enroll in health plans and qualify for dependent coverage. Coverage depends on your part-time employee classification. For more information on the benefits available to you, navigate the part-time employee benefits pages. Retirees are also eligible for benefits, including medical coverage, life insurance and other benefits, depending on the classification of employee they were at the University. For more information about your coverage, navigate the retiree benefits pages.
PeopleLink is NYU's new integrated service center, providing a single point of contact for your HR and Payroll inquiries and services. Contact PeopleLink at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-992-LINK (5465) Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
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