|Holidays||All Regular employees.||12 paid holidays|
|Vacation||Full-time and Regular Part-time employees - eligible with pay after six months of continuous service.
Regular Part-time employees - pro rata basis.
Full-time employees accrue vacation as follows:
|Personal Business Leave||Full-time employees - no usage or payment prior to six months of service.||Personal business leave = 24 hrs./yr. (.93 hrs./pay period).|
|Sick Leave||Full-time and Regular Part-Time employees - not paid the first six months of employment.
Regular Part-time employees - pro-rata.
|Full-time employees accrue 96 hrs. of sick leave per year (3.7 hrs./pay period).
Accrued sick leave may not be taken until the employee has successfully completed the initial probationary period (usually six months).
|Health Insurance||Full-time employees and Regular Part-time employees who work 30 or more hours per week - eligible on the first of the month following 30 days of employment.||2 health insurance plans. Cigna Vision Plan is included. Cost is shared with employees.|
|Health Savings Account||Full time employees and Regular Part-time employee who work 30 or more hours per and who are enrolled in the Open Access Plan 2 Health Insurance - eligible on the first of the month following 30 days of employment.||Set aside pre-tax dollars to pay for qualified health care expenses not covered by the health plan. City contributes annually to your health savings account - $600 individual or $1,200 family.|
|Dental Insurance||Full-time employees and Regular Part-time employees who work 30 or more hours per week - eligible on the first date of the month following date of hire.||3 dental insurance plans. Cost is shared with employees.|
|Vision Insurance||Full-time employees and Regular Part-time employees who work 30 or more hours per week - eligible on the first date of the month following 30 says of employment.||2 vision insurance plans. Employee pays premium for the voluntary vision plan.|
|Aflac Voluntary Insurance||Full-time employees and Regular Part-time employees who work 30 or more hours per week - eligible for accident, cancer, critical illness, hospital and short term disability - eligible on the first date of the month following 30 days of employment.||Employee pays premiums for these optional insurance plans.|
|Basic Life Insurance||Full-time employees/Regular Part-time employees who work 20 or more hours per week - eligible on the date on which you complete a waiting period of 1 day of continuous service.||City paid term life insurance - provided in the amount of the employee's annual salary.|
|Supplemental Life Insurance||Full-time employees and Regular Part-time employees who work 30 or more hours per week - eligible on the date on which you complete a waiting period of 1 day of continuous service.||Employee pays premium based upon supplemental life insurance amount requested. Employee has option to elect dependent coverage. Premium is 100% employee paid. If you enroll during the initial new hire enrollment period, the guaranteed issue amount is $200,000. Any amount over the guaranteed issue amount requires evidence of good health and is subject to a maximum benefit amount limit of the lesser of $450,000 or 6 x Basic Annual Earnings.|
|Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance||Full-time Employees and Regular Part-time employees who work 20 or more hours per week - eligible on the the date on which you complete a waiting period of 1 day of continuous service.||City paid - equivalent to two times the employee's annual salary|
|Long Term Disability||Full-time employees and Regular Part-time employees who work 30 or more hours per week - eligible the first of the month following 30 days of employment. Must be off 180 days before applicable.||Long Term Disability Insurance Plan pays 60% of income after 180 days of disability, when employee is totally disabled and coordinates with "other income benefits". Provides for up to 24 months of disability. Employees may purchase additional coverage.|
|Section 125 Flexible Benefit Plan||Full-time and Regular Part-time employees who work 30 or more hours per week.||Pre-tax earnings for health/dental insurance premiums, unreimbursed medical and dental expenses, and dependent care expenses.|
|Employee Assistance Program (EAP)||Full-time employees.||Confidential, short-term counseling services for employees and eligible dependents.|
|Longevity Pay||Regular employees.||Paid annually up to 30 years of service, or in accordance with Work Agreements.|
|Tuition Reimbursement||Full-time employees - eligible after six months of continuous employment.||Up to 50% of the tuition reimbursement for a maximum of six credit hours per semester or quarter.|
|Section 457 Deferred Compensation Plan||Regular full-time and Regular Part-time employees.||The employee defers a portion of his or her salary before or after taxes to this retirement savings. This plan does not affect social security benefits.|
|State Retirement Plan (LAGERS)||Following six-months employment, employees become members of the State Retirement Program (LAGERS). Mandatory employee contribution is 4%, with the remainder paid by the City for this defined benefit plan. Must work 1,500 hours annually.||Retirement age is 60 for general employees and 55 for Public Safety employees. Early retirement is available up to 5 years prior to retirement age. Fully vested following 5 years of service.|
|Credit Union||Employees - eligible upon hire.||Services include payroll deduction, checking and savings accounts, and favorable loan rates.|
|Bereavement Leave||Regular full-time or part-time employees - eligible in the event of the death of an immediate family member.||3 to 5 working days.|
|Parking||All employees.||Free parking.|
|Social Security||All employees.||Contributions to Social Security are matched on the employee's behalf. Provides income at the time of disability, retirement, or the employee's death if eligibility requirements are met.|
|Direct Deposit||All employees.||All pay checks are directly deposited to financial institution of employee's choice.|
|Workers' Compensation||All employees.||The employee, in conjuction with current workers' compensation laws, may be granted up to 30 weeks (or 52 weeks for Public Safety personnel) of injury leave at 80% of the employee's base pay. In the event the injury requires time off beyond 30 or 52 weeks, the employee may receive pay at 66 2/3% of the employee's base pay. The City pays related medical expenses.|