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The Total Reward of Working at Penn

March 15, 2011, Volume 57, No. 25

We know that your commitment to Penn is more than just a job, and Penn offers you much more than just a paycheck. When it comes to value-added programs and services, we have a lot to offer our faculty and staff.

That’s why we provide full-time faculty and staff with Total Compensation Summaries each year—so you have a better understanding of the total value of working at Penn. Your 2010 Total Compensation Summary will give you a breakdown of the monetary compensation and benefits you received from the University last year. You’ll get the full picture of what Penn provides you—such as contributions to your healthcare and retirement plans—and other benefits you may not even be aware of, like health and wellness services, disability benefits, and discount programs.

You can access your personalized Total Compensation Summary via the Human Resources website at www.hr.upenn.edu/totalcomp

Some of you received a paper copy of your summary at your home address. However, in order to further Penn’s sustainability initiative, we’re cutting back on the amount of paper we generate. So, most monthly-paid faculty and staff will no longer receive a paper summary. You’ll be able to access your personalized statement online instead.

Related: Benefits Open Enrollment; Are You Eligible for a Tax Credit?

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