Financial Security Benefits
Duke offers the Duke University Faculty and Staff Retirement Plan as a savings plan that both biweekly paid employees and monthly paid employees can contribute to on a pre-tax basis to save for retirement. Biweekly paid employees are also eligible for the Employees' Retirement Plan (ERP), which is a pension plan paid for entirely by Duke. Eligible monthly paid employees may receive a contribution to the Duke University Faculty and Staff Retirement Plan.
Duke offers comprehensive disability insurance programs, including both an employer paid plan and voluntary employee paid programs.
Duke offers you a comprehensive life insurance program, including both employer paid plans and voluntary, employee paid programs from which you can choose to participate to supplement your insurance needs.
Employees have the opportunity to purchase group long term care insurance. This insurance covers expenses incurred in skilled and intermediate nursing homes as well as home health care and adult day care expenses. A variety of daily and lifetime payment levels are available.
Personal Casualty Insurance protects you in the event of an accident or natural disaster that damages personal property that you own, or against personal liability in the case of property damage or personal injury to another person as a result of your actions.
Duke University Federal Credit Union is a non-profit financial cooperative that provides members with a full range of quality, convenient financial services at competitive prices.
Need help understanding which coverage you may need? View a detailed comparison of the financial security benefits available to Duke employees.