ENROLMENT 6.1.0 For new hires, each Board shall distribute benefit communication material as provided by the Union to all new members within 15 to 30 days from their acceptance of employment.
Enrollment The School shall maintain accurate and complete enrollment data and daily records of student attendance.
Disenrollment Adverse Benefit Determination taken by the Division, or its Agent, to remove a Member's name from the monthly Member Listing report following the Division's receipt and approval of a request for Disenrollment or a determination that the Member is no longer eligible for Enrollment in the Contractor.
Health Plan The City shall provide a group comprehensive health care plan to regular employees. The City shall pay one hundred percent (100%) of the monthly cost of single coverage. The City will pay ninety-four percent (94%) of the monthly cost of family coverage and ninety-four percent (94%) of the monthly cost of 2/4 party coverage.
Pilot Programs The Employer may develop voluntary pilot programs to test the acceptability of various risk management programs. Incentives for participation in such programs may include limited short-term improvements to the benefits outlined in this Article. Implementation of such pilot programs is subject to the review and approval of the Joint Labor-Management Committee on Health Plans.
HEALTH PROGRAM 3701 Health examinations required by the Employer shall be provided by the Employer and shall be at the expense of the Employer. 3702 Time off without loss of regular pay shall be allowed at a time determined by the Employer for such medical examinations and laboratory tests, provided that these are performed on the Employer’s premises, or at a facility designated by the Employer. 3703 With the approval of the Employer, a nurse may choose to be examined by a physician of her/his own choice, at her/his own expense, as long as the Employer receives a statement as to the fitness of the nurse from the physician. 3704 Time off for medical and dental examinations and/or treatments may be granted and such time off, including necessary travel time, shall be chargeable against accumulated income protection benefits.
Retirement Program Any employee employed prior to October 1, 1977, working at least seventy (70) hours per month shall by law be a member of the Washington Public Employees Retirement system (PERS) Plan One. Any employee working at least seventy (70) hours per month, entering employment on or after October 1, 1977, shall by law be a member of the School Employees Retirement System, Plan Two or Three. The District shall provide each new employee information concerning PERS or SERS membership benefits.
Health Spending Account 20.7.1 On January 1 the Board will contribute an annual amount of $800 to a Health Spending Account for eligible full-time continuous employees covered by this agreement. Eligible employees will be continuous employees who are actively at work, on maternity leave, on paid sick leave, on extended disability or on WCB as of the first working day of the applicable calendar year. A continuous employee hired after the first working day in the calendar year, will be eligible for the Health Spending Account on the first calendar day of the month following their date of hire. The contribution on the first calendar day of the month following the date of hire will be as follows for a full time employee: Month of Hire Contribution Amount Contribution Date January $733 February 1st February $667 March 1st March $600 April 1st April $533 May 1st May $467 June 1st June $400 July 1st July $333 August 1st August $267 September 1st September $200 October 1st October $133 November 1st November $67 December 1st December $800 January 1st The Board will contribute an annual amount of $500 to a Health Spending Account for full-time term specific employees covered by this agreement. The contribution will be made on the first calendar day of the month following the date of the commencement of the employee’s term. A term specific employee will not receive additional contributions if their term is extended or the employee commences a second term in the same calendar year.
Public Employees Retirement System “PERS”) Members. For purposes of this Section 1, “employee” means an employee who is employed by the State on August 28, 2003 and who is eligible to receive benefits under ORS Chapter 238 for service with the State pursuant to Section 2 of Chapter 733, Oregon Laws 2003.
Health Care Savings Plan ASF Members who have a HCSP waiver on file shall receive a two hundred fifty dollars ($250) cash payment. If the ASF Member separates due to death, the two hundred fifty dollars ($250) is paid in cash, not to the HCSP. An ASF Member who becomes totally and permanently disabled on or after January 1, 2008, who received a State disability benefit, and is eligible for a deferred benefit under a State Retirement program is also eligible for the two hundred fifty dollar ($250) contribution to the MSRS Health Care Savings Plan. ASF Members are eligible for this benefit only once.