**INACTIVE POLICY**

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                      UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
           FINANCIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES MANUAL



TITLE:  PAYROLL:  BENEFITS                         POLICY:  XII.E.1x
                                         
         
General

The University of Virginia complies with state policies in
providing benefits to certain employees.

The policies specify that full-time, salaried employees with
appointments of six months or more are eligible for retirement,
life, disability, and health care programs and that wage employees
and part-time, salaried employees are not eligible.

The Benefits Division of the Department of Human Resources 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.

Payroll Deductions

Generally, full-time, salaried employees are eligible for various
payroll deductions.

A partial listing of the most commonly used deductions and the
departments responsible for processing the deductions are as
follows:

 Parking permit deduction            Parking and Transportation     
                                     Services

 Credit Union deduction              University Credit Union,       
                                     Main Office

 United Way contributions            Transactions Accountant,       
                                     Payroll Department

 U.S. Savings Bond deduction         Payroll Department

NOTE:  Part-time, salaried employees are eligible for U.S. Savings
Bond deductions.

         
Benefits and Deductions While on Leave

Employees should contact the Benefits Division of the Department of
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 be automatically
suspended by the Payroll Department.

The Payroll Department will reinstate all employee deductions and
benefits once notified by the Benefits Division of an employee's
return from a leave of absence.

NOTE:  Employees should refer to the Department of Human Resources
Policies and Procedures Manual, Sections 520.00 - 522.00, for
information concerning policies on benefits during leave.


ISSUED BY:                                                 03/12/92 
Assistant Comptroller for
Accounting Operations          12.5.1.1