Employees paid on an hourly or biweekly basis will be able to make voluntary pre-tax contributions, Roth 403(b) after-tax contributions, or a combination of both to the Faculty and Staff Retirement Plan. While Duke does not contribute to the 403(b) plan for employees paid on an hourly or biweekly basis, eligible employees paid on an hourly or biweekly basis may receive a retirement benefit through a pension paid entirely by Duke through the Employees' Retirement Plan.
You are eligible to participate immediately in the Faculty and Staff Retirement Plan, and may direct the investments you select through Fidelity. Duke has established a tiered line up to make your investment choices easier.
Enrolling and Selecting Your Investment Options
The Faculty and Staff Retirement Plan is an important part of your benefits at Duke. This plan allows you to save for your retirement. This guide contains useful information that will help you enroll in the plan and select investment options:
Summary Plan Description
Please refer to the Summary Plan Description for further details on plan benefits and the investment options available.