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Benefits & Work/Life Newsletters
& Other Publications

The Resource
  • Published the second Wednesday of the month.
  • By UW Human Resources
  • For all UW benefits-eligible Faculty and Staff
  • You earn more than a paycheck when you work or teach at the University of Washington. The Resource, UWHR’s e-newsletter, will keep you informed of offerings from across the University that help you make the most out of UW employment.
  • Published quarterly
  • Available in English and Spanish
  • By UW CareLink – UW Faculty and Staff Assistance Program
  • For UW employees and their family members
  • Contains information on a variety of topics, including emotional health fitness, cross-cultural cohesiveness, depression, anxiety, blended families, grief, and protecting children online
Fidelity Investor's Quarterly
  • Published quarterly
  • By Fidelity Investments
  • For participants of the University of Washington Retirement Plan (UWRP) and/or Voluntary Investment Program (VIP).
  • Contains news and information for Fidelity shareholders.
DRS Retirement Outlook
  • Published 3 times per year (March, July/August and November)
  • By Department of Retirement Systems (DRS).
  • Fo active DRS retirement plan members & retirees.
  • Contains information on DRS programs, benefits and services.
PEBB For Your Benefit
  • Published once or twice a year (usually August and/or October)
  • By Washington State Health Care Authority – Public Employees Benefits Board
  • There are separate publications for active members and retirees
  • Contains health care insurance open enrollment news and information
  • Published quarterly
  • By UW CareLink – UW Faculty and Staff Assistance Program
  • For UW employees in supervisory roles
  • Contains highlights many of the complicated issues that come up in the workplace.

Disclaimer: The University provides educational information and tools to help you make choices that suit your individual goals. The University does not provide investment advice to its employees.