Dental and Vision Benefits Sample Clauses

Dental and Vision Benefits. Dental and vision insurance may be continued by an eligible retiree and his/her spouse of record by the retiree, only if the eligible retiree elects to continue the benefits at the time of the retirement. This coverage cannot be added at a later time. The unit member must pay the District quarterly, in advance, the full cost of such benefits.
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Dental and Vision Benefits. If a retiree’s retirement was effective June, 1969, or later, the retiree and his or her dependents shall also have the right to participate in dental plans as prescribed by the Joint Labor/Management Benefits Committee, and if a retiree’s retirement was effective January, 1978, or later, the retiree and his or her dependents shall also have the right to participate in the district’s vision plan as prescribed by the Joint Labor/Management Benefits Committee.
Dental and Vision Benefits. The Dental and Vision Plan year is January 1 through December 31. The City’s maximum yearly employee dental/vision reimbursement is currently $1,939 per employee and $1,291 per dependent. Pursuant to City Council Resolution 2008-45, the annual reimbursement maximum for employees and dependents will be adjusted annually using the 12-month CPI-U, San Francisco Area, set by the U.S. DOL BLS for the month of September, not to exceed 3%, and becomes effective January 1 of the following year. The annual reimbursement maximum may be used for dental and/or vision care. Covered expenses are detailed in the City’s Reimbursement Plan, which is available from Human Resources. Covered expenses are set by the Plan. Employees and/or their dependents are permitted to use up to the cumulative maximum yearly reimbursement amount for dental or vision care for the employee and/or his or her dependents, as long as such care is not otherwise covered by a medical insurance plan.
Dental and Vision Benefits. The Employer shall continue to offer the same Dental and Vision benefit plans currently in effect.
Dental and Vision Benefits. Eligible retirees and their eligible dependents and survivors shall have the right to continue their participation in the Health Benefits plans available to active employees, subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement. Nothing in this Agreement, however, shall be construed as conveying any vested right to any particular plan, plan design, or plan component. The terms of the District's Health Benefits Program (CalPERS Health Care Program), as well as the plans available under the Program, remain subject to alteration by action of CalPERS, the Joint Labor/Management Benefits Committee or any future agreement between the District and its Exclusive Representatives.
Dental and Vision Benefits. The District shall provide for a vision plan through VSP, and a dental plan through Delta Dental, maintaining the same benefit package as is currently provided under the District's VSP Group Vision Care Plan, effective October 1, 2013, and the District's Contract with Delta Dental, effective October 1, 2007, as amended. Except as provided in subsection (B) above, the District will pay the premiums for the eligible employee and his or her eligible dependents.
Dental and Vision Benefits. 9.2.1 The District shall pay the full premiums for dental coverage for each unit member on a pro-rata basis to hours worked effective upon ratification of an agreement concluding negotiations through June 30, 2021.
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Dental and Vision Benefits. The District shall provide fully paid dental and vision insurance for eligible employees and dependants.
Dental and Vision Benefits. The WSCTA agrees to allow the District to offer a PPO Dental plan with a benefit level higher than the current dental plan, in addition to the current dental plan in 2011-2012.
Dental and Vision Benefits. The Borough shall continue to provide Dental and Vision coverage in accordance with the Exhibits annexed hereto and made a part hereof by reference as if fully set forth herein except that the calendar year maximum Dental payments effective January 1, 2011 going forward shall be: $600 per employee only $1200 per employee and one dependent $2000 per employee and two or more dependents and the calendar year maximum Vision payment shall be: $100 per participant for contact lenses or glasses The Borough, at its sole discretion, retains the right to select and change the providers of its Dental Plan and Vision Plan during the term of this Agreement, so long as the benefits provided are substantially similar to the current coverage. Selection of the providers is a managerial prerogative not subject to the terms of this collective bargaining agreement.
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