My FBMC Visa Card Being Replaced with WageWorks® Health Card
Broward County Participating in Yearlong STAR Pilot Program
Broward County is one of only 32 communities in the U.S. and Canada to participate in a yearlong program to test a new national rating system that measures a local government’s environment, economic and community efforts to achieve sustainability. The Natural Resources Planning and Management Division is leading the STAR Community Rating (Sustainability Tools for Assessing and Rating) initiative, part of a national framework that ultimately answers the question: “How do we stack up against other communities in our quest for sustainability?” More...
So How Did You Do On the Hurricane Preparedness Quiz?
Recently, employees were invited to participate in a quiz testing their knowledge and skills related to hurricane preparedness. The quiz appeared both in last month’s eCountyLine and in a recent issue of Sun eNews.
At last check, 386 employees had participated in the quiz with 286, or 74 percent, completing the entire test. Overall, respondents showed a high level of awareness on how to be best prepared for hurricane season. More...
Last Paper Pay Stubs Are August 9 and 23
Employees are reminded that the last two paper pay stubs will be issued on white paper for August 9 and August 23 to further help alert all of us to the transition to easyPay.
While the ePay statement launched July 26, the paper pay stubs will continue through August 23 with the first statement available exclusively online on September 6.
Employees will access the online pay stubs through the new secure website, browardemployee.org. In addition to the ePay statement, the website allows employees to access BC-Net from any computer, smartphone or mobile device with access to the Internet. Webmail will also be available for employees who have a current Broward County email address. For more information, employees should visit with their payroll liaison or visit broward.org/easyPay.