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The UCPath Center recently launched a redesigned, enhanced version of the “Ask UCPath” website.

The improved design provides users with quick search options and easy access to self-service resources. Employee features include:

  • New, more welcoming look and feel
  • Readily accessible “trending topics” that will be updated throughout the year
  • “Other Resources” page with links to the benefits-billing portal, benefits deduction calendar, payroll calendar and salary overpayment portal
  • FAQ section that will be regularly updated with frequently searched content

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For questions about the updated site, or your benefits, submit an inquiry by signing in to your account on the UCPath website. Once you’re signed in, on the upper right-hand side, click on “Ask UCPath Center.” You may also contact the UCPath Center to speak with an associate Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., at 855-982-7284.

 Are you an HR benefits manager? As of April 17, transactors with “Submit an Inquiry on Behalf of Employee” (SOBO) access can use a new and improved web page to access cases. The improvements include a new page for transactors that streamlines access to existing cases.

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