In addition to competitive wages and great work environment, we also offer excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision, disability, life insurance, pension/401(k), paid time off, 11 paid holidays and a wellness program.
Every year you have a chance to make changes to your benefits during the open enrollment period. Outside of that, you may be able to make changes due to status changes, like: the addition of a child, a spouse gaining or losing benefits, marriage or divorce. 2017 Premiums Summary Handout
The City offers two health insurance options for all benefit-eligible employees. As the plan administrator, Cigna establishes the provider network, administers claims and pays medical providers. Both plans offered by the City meet the Minimum Essential Benefits required under the Affordable Care Act.
Choice Plan is a traditional plan requiring co-pays for office visits and pharmacy expenses, a deductible and co-insurance for more significant medical needs.
2016 Choice Plan Summary
2016 Summary of Benefits and Coverage
High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) is a plan in which all medical costs (beyond preventive care) are applied to a deductible prior to insurance being applied. Medical costs include pharmacy expenses and acute visits to your health care provider.
2016 HDHP Summary
2016 HDHP Summary of Benefits and Coverage
Delta Dental Plan A summary
Delta Dental Plan B Summary
The City provides two levels of vision care:
The City offers a comprehensive life insurance program and includes both employer paid and voluntary contribution options.
Dependent Basic Life: a benefit of $5,000 for your spouse and $1,000 for each dependent child. The premium is paid by the City.
Provided by the City at no cost to the employee. STD provides supplemental income for employees who are temporarily or permanently unable to perform their duties at work due to illness or injury. There is a 14 day waiting period prior to any benefits beginning.
Provided by the City at no cost to the employee. The benefit is administered through Sun Life Financial and provides supplemental income for employees who are temporarily or permanently unable to perform their duties at work due to illness or injury. There is a 90 day waiting period.
The City contributes an amount equal to 4% of your base pay on a biweekly basis to an Employee Savings Plan. You can determine how you want this money invested and if no option is selected, the investment will default to a Target Date Fund based on your age. This plan is administered by Principal Financial Group.
Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are like personal savings accounts, but the money in them is used to pay for health care expenses. You — not your employer or insurance company — own and control the money in your health savings account. The money you deposit into the account is not taxed. The City will also contribute money to your HSA, and is dependent on which coverage level you select. To be eligible to open an HSA, you must have a special type of health insurance called a high-deductible health plan.
The HSA is administered by Ameriflex, through Bancorp. Your account would be through Bancorp and checks would be provided to you by Bancorp. If you are currently enrolled in the HSA your card is valid from one year to the next. However, if you need to order new cards for dependents, please complete the attached form and send to Human Resources.
You will receive a card issued in your name. If you would like additional cards, please complete this form and send to Human Resources. You may also be asked to sign and return a signature card to Bancorp prior to checks being sent to your home.
Like any health care option, HSAs have advantages and disadvantages. As you weigh your options, think about your budget and what health care you're likely to need in the next year.
If you're generally healthy and want to save for future health care expenses, an HSA may be an attractive choice. Or if you're near retirement, an HSA may make sense because the money in the HSA can be used to offset costs of medical care after retirement. On the other hand, if you think you might need expensive medical care in the next year and would find it hard to meet a high deductible, an HSA might not be your best option.
We provide several types of paid leave:
The PTO plan is in lieu of the traditional vacation and sick leave plans. PTO can be used for rest, recreation, personal illness/injury or time off to meet other personal needs such as doctor, dentist or EAP appointments
The city provides eleven paid holidays per year to eligible employees.
The City recognizes that responding to a death in the family is a significant personal obligation. Consequently, employees may receive approval to take up to three consecutive scheduled work days off with pay
Available anytime, any day, your Employee Assistance Program is a free, confidential program to help you balance your work, family, and personal life.
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