Employee Annual Benefit and Compensation Statement is now available in BannerWeb

By Becky Stephenson, human resources

compbenBenefits & Wellness is pleased to announce that employees can view their 2015 Annual Benefit and Compensation Statement via BannerWeb. 

This statement provides employees with the estimated value of pay and benefits.  It provides information about university-provided benefits and lists the employee's 2015 benefit elections.  Miami University strives to provide our faculty and staff with comprehensive, flexible and cost-effective total compensation.  

To access, log into BannerWeb using your unique ID and password at  Click on Employee Services Online, then Benefit and Deduction Information, then Annual Benefit and Compensation Statement.  Previous years are available in the Calendar Year drop-down box.  Please direct questions to Benefits & Wellness at 529-3926 or via email at

Sign up for your Healthy Miami biometric screenings today

boiscreenCheck your Healthy Miami account and register for your 2016 Biometric Health Screening today. The TriHealth Biometrics team now offers appointments six days per week (Monday-Friday and select Saturdays) plus early morning time slots 7-8 a.m. every other Wednesday. The appointments are conducted at the Miami Health Services Center on Campus Avenue and include a free fasting blood draw and blood pressure screening.

The results are sent to your primary care physician within two weeks and uploaded into your Healthy Miami account within four weeks. You do not have to wait 365+ days from your last screening. Register today and be on your way to completing your steps before Nov. 15, 2016.

Biometric screenings are also offered quarterly on the Middletown and Hamilton campuses. Contact Benefits & Wellness at 513-529-3492 or with any questions.

ADA - Americans with Disabilities Act NEW contact information

There is a new way for staff and faculty (and applicants to staff and faculty postings) to make a request for reasonable accommodation for disabilities. Email or call 513-529-3560. The phone line and the email address are used exclusively for ADA requests, and requests are confidential. (Student accommodation requests should continue to be made to student disability services, or 513-529-1541.)