Epifanio Rebollo, a Brooklyn College Peace Officer, has also served in war – in Basra, Iraq. Assigned to National Guard Company 442 in Jamaica, he was deployed in June 2009 for fourteen months.
Are challenges in your personal life affecting your peace of mind or your work?
Are you finding it harder to balance work and home?
The University’s Work/Life Program can help.
In the aftermath of the Japanese earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crises, the CUNY Work/Life Program is offering counseling assistance to affected University employees and their relatives here, in Asia and other devastated areas.
CUNY has updated its workplace violence prevention policy, emphasizing that it will respond promptly to threats and acts of violence.
Do you know how many of your co-workers took the latest Early Retirement Incentive?
The answer: 667
Some details about who chose the benefit offered by the University in 2010:
Of that number, 281 were faculty members, 141 were non-teaching instructional staff, and 245 were classified staff
If you are a part-time employee you may also be eligible for some benefits. Since CUNY offers so many varied benefits, the specifics of what may be available to part-timers are detailed. So please check with the Human Resources office at your college. That’s an important thing to do to make sure you don’t miss getting a benefit to which you may be entitled.