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Special Long-Term Care Insurance Open Enrollment
January 15, 2010 - Human Resources

TAMPA, Fla. (January 15, 2010) -- We are pleased to announce that USF now offers Long-Term Care insurance from John Hancock Life Insurance Company. With this change, the Gabor Agency, Inc. has opened a special Open Enrollment period that will be held from January 11, 2010 through April 9, 2010.

Benefits-eligible employees will receive information from the Gabor Agency during this period via campus mail and may attend any of the three information sessions on the USF Tampa campus. Employees who are currently enrolled in the Unum Long-Term Care insurance will continue to receive their current benefits through their Unum plans, unless they decide to make a change to John Hancock during the Open Enrollment period.

A John Hancock long-term care policy provides benefits to help you and your family manage the cost of long-term care services that may be needed when you can no longer perform normal activities of daily living that healthy, fully-functioning people do on their own. It can help you stay independent for as long as possible, enabling you to receive care in the location that you choose. Another great feature of this benefit is that it is available at discounted premiums to your eligible partners and family members as well.

If you have any questions concerning Long-Term Care insurance, please contact The Gabor Agency, Inc. at 1-800-330-6115, option 5. Representatives will also be available on campus throughout the Open Enrollment period.

USF Tampa Information Session Dates:

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Time: 1pm-3pm

Location: USF Tampa, Student Services Building, SVC 2070


Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Time: 2pm-4pm

Location: USF Tampa, Student Services Building, SVC 2070


Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Time: 9am-11am

Location: USF Tampa, Student Services Building, SVC 2070


Note: Please check with your local HR office for USF St. Petersburg, USF Polytechnic, and USF Sarasota-Manatee campuses for seminar information.


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