Group Insurance Program. Employees with a minimum of ten (10) years of service with the Board retiring prior to Medicare eligibility may elect to remain in the Group Insurance Program until they become eligible for Medicare; rates applicable to the entire group; the cost of such insurance shall be borne by the retiree, except that the Board shall provide without charge for the collection and remittance of premiums for such insurance. Applications must be submitted within thirty (30) days of retirement.
Group Insurance Program. A. Except as specifically set forth in this Agreement, the School Corporation has the right, in its discretion, to change, modify or alter any aspects of the insurance programs contained in this Agreement, including without limitation, carriers, eligibility requirements, plan design, premium, open enrollment and open transfer periods. However, there must be mutual agreement between the Board and the Association to change or modify the Prime Health Plan.
Group Insurance Program. 23.1: The City shall make a comprehensive group insurance program available to full-time employees covered by this Agreement. This insurance shall include, but is not limited to:
Group Insurance Program. Employees who regularly work twenty or more hours per week are eligible for participation in all group health and life insurance programs.
Group Insurance Program. 26.01 Benefit coverage shall be subject to the rules and regulations of the carriers and shall be in accordance with the master policies. Members can obtain specific information regarding benefit coverage by contacting the Office of Human Resources.
Group Insurance Program. The District offers a Cafeteria benefit program to all certified employees who normally and regularly work .5 or greater contract. The District will pay 100% of the employee only health insurance premium for each participating certified employee. Employees may waive group health insurance coverage upon submission of proof that they are covered under another group health insurance plan. Proof of other group health insurance must be submitted annually to Human Capital during open enrollment. Employees who have currently waived group health insurance coverage will receive $2000 toward optional cafeteria plan coverages, including flexible spending accounts. Employees hired after June 30, 2004 will not receive the $2,000 from the District even if they are eligible to waive District coverage. The 2007-08 Insurance Committee will review the cost of continuing the monetary award for waiver of District group health coverage as it relates to the overall District budget. They will also review the potential cost to the District for those employees hired prior to June 30, 2004 who do not currently waive District group health coverage but may become eligible to waive coverage in the future. A recommendation will be made by the Committee to the Meet and Confer teams. A covered teacher resigning from the District will have insurance continued until the end of the month in which active employment terminates. Beginning with the 2005-2006 contract year a covered teacher resigning effective at the end of the school year, who has fulfilled his/her contractual obligations, is not on a remediation plan with notice of non-renewal, will have insurance continued until August 31. These teachers are not eligible to make any changes to their benefit elections during open enrollment, only qualifying changes in “family status” will be allowed. The District will pay 100% of the employee only basic life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance premium for each eligible certified employee. Basic life insurance benefits are as follows: Active Employees to Age 70: $25,000 Active Employees Age 70-75: 55% of $25,000 Active Employees after Age 75: 45% of $25,000 Retirees to Age 65 $25,000 The District will pay 100% of the employee only basic dental insurance premium for each eligible participating certified employee. If the employee’s costs of the dental insurance premium exceeds the amount contributed by the Governing Board, the difference will be deducted from the employee's paycheck....
Group Insurance Program. Unless otherwise stated, the Company agrees to assume the full cost of the Insurance program as detailed in Appendix Exhibits X-x and as attached. The Company will provide employees with written confirmation of his/her semi-private insurance coverage.
Group Insurance Program. Employee will be eligible to participate in the Company's group insurance programs (medical, dental, vision & life insurance.) There is an employee contribution required for participation in the medical, dental and vision programs.
Group Insurance Program. A Pilot who is enrolled prior to a military leave will be reinstated upon reemployment if he returns in the same calendar year. Re-enrollment is required if a Pilot returns in a later calendar year. A reservist or National Guardsman who performs two (2) weeks active duty will have his coverage continued.
Group Insurance Program. The Company will continue to provide benefits to eligible Pilots and their covered dependents while on Military Leave for the first thirty