When will my benefits be effective?
Health, dental, vision, flex spending, and life coverage are effective the first day of the month following employment. If you are eligible and wish to participate in these benefits, you must complete enrollment forms and the forms must be received in the Human Resources department by the due date.
What benefits do I qualify for?
Please refer to the benefits packet that was provided in your new hire paperwork. Bring this packet with you to orientation, where you will be provided more detailed information.
Depending on your employment status you may be eligible for the following benefits
If eligible, you must complete enrollment forms by the due date for participation in these benefits.
If you are eligible and wish to participate in these benefits, enrollment is not automatic; however, you will want to complete a beneficiary form for life insurance.
- Retirement Plans
- Disability Insurance
- Flex Spending Plans- Medical and/or Daycare
- Supplemental life for yourself, spouse and/or child
Can I roll money from another plan into the 403(b)/401(K) savings plan?
Yes, if the other plan is an employer sponsored qualified plan and consists only of pre-tax dollars and tax deferred dollars—salary deferrals, earnings and employer contributions. However, you must enroll in the 403(b)/401(k) retirement savings plan before we can accept a rollover.
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