Update Your Personal Profile Information, Win a Chance at an Apple iPad

Review personal and beneficiary information during ‘Check Yourself’ campaign through April 11

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During the “Check Yourself” campaign through April 11, Duke Human Resources is asking all staff and faculty to review and update their personal and beneficiary information on the Duke@Work self-service website. Employees who make a change or update information between April 1-April 11 will be entered into a random drawing for an Apple iPad.

Information that can be reviewed and updated includes:

  • Gender Identity, Pronouns, and Preferred First Name (such as Bill instead of William)
  • Race, Ethnicity, Veteran and Disability Status
  • Address and Phone Numbers
  • Emergency Contacts
  • Cell Phone Number for emergency text messages
  • Beneficiaries for Basic Life Insurance, Supplemental Term Life Insurance, Personal Accident Insurance and retirement accounts
An example of text on the Duke@Work self-service website shows what information can be updated.
The Duke@Work self-service website allows employees to update personal information when necessary.

Employees can also review the “View Summary of my Personal Information” in the My Profile section of Duke@Work to ensure education level is accurate, especially if a new degree has been obtained since hired, and that work location and work arrangement is accurate (on-site, remote or hybrid). Changes or updates to those two fields must be requested of your payroll/Human Resources representative.

The $10,000 basic life insurance benefit paid for by Duke is separate from the supplemental life insurance, which is voluntary and employee-paid coverage. Beneficiaries need to be updated for both plans individually.

Double-check your beneficiary information for all insurance and retirement plans directly at hr.duke.edu/benefits/enrollment/beneficiaries.

To make sure your information is up to date, go to the Duke@Work self-service website and check your providers as well.

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