Insurance Programs. 1. The District agrees to provide a program of life, medical and dental insurance benefits for teachers. The District shall offer each employee a choice between the following two (2) programs of medical and health care:
Insurance Programs. Upon proper application and acceptance for enrollment by the appropriate insurance underwriter, policyholder, or third-party administrator, the Board shall make premium payments on behalf of the Administrator and his/her eligible dependents for the insurance programs, subject to possible modification as stated in ¶ 10 below.
Insurance Programs. The City agrees to provide a term life insurance policy for permanent part-time represented employees in the amount of one-half the full-time equivalent annual salary rounded up to the nearest one thousand dollars ($1,000), including an accidental death and dismemberment benefit of an equivalent amount, and to contribute toward the cost of health and dental insurance coverage under the established City plans for permanent part-time represented employees at the rate of sixty-five percent (65%) of the City contribution rates provided for in Sections 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4, 8.5, and 8.6. A permanent part-time represented employee shall also be covered by the City’s disability income protection plan based on the full-time employee benefit provided for in Section 8.10, pro-rated to the average number of hours worked per month over the previous twelve (12) months.
Insurance Programs. Coverage under the Company’s major medical, accident, health, dental, and life insurance plans as from time to time provided to other executive employees of the Company (and, to the extent provided by such policies, to Xxxxx’x dependents) shall continue to be paid for by the Company for the remainder of Xxxxx’x and his spouse’s life. Provided, however, if such coverage cannot be continued during the foregoing time period under the terms of such policies or plans, the Company shall reimburse Xxxxx for the cost of comparable coverage under individually obtained policies or for COBRA coverage, or shall make other arrangements to assure that Xxxxx has comparable coverage.
Insurance Programs. The District agrees to make available group medical, dental, life, and other appropriate insurance programs consistent with the rules and regulations of the Public Employees Benefits Board or its successor(s) and as funded by the Legislature. Furthermore, applicability of any of the following benefits is subject to Article 17.3 of this Agreement. Determination of benefit eligibility is based on quarterly workload. Part-time faculty are eligible for Life/AD&D, Medical/Dental Insurance, Basic Long Term Disability Insurance, and Optional Long Term Disability Insurance benefits if they are employed at fifty percent (50%) of a full-time load or more and are rehired in the second quarter at fifty percent (50%) or more of a full-time load. In such cases, eligibility begins in the second quarter. Once enrolled, the faculty member is eligible to continue the insurance, but does not receive the employer’s contribution in any quarter in which the faculty member does not work at least half of a full-time load or meet the averaging requirements referenced below in paragraph (a). However, such continuation may not be for longer than six (6) consecutive quarters in which a faculty member does not work at least half of a full-time load for one (1) quarter, or does not meet the averaging requirements referenced below in paragraph (a). Part-time faculty members may also qualify for employer contributions for health care benefits through workload averaging in accordance with Washington State law. The District shall notify all part-time instructors of their potential right to employer contributions for health care benefits through workload averaging. A part-time faculty member must notify the District Benefits Office of his/her potential eligibility to maintain health care coverage during the regular academic year and/or during the summer through averaging. For purposes of this provision, simultaneous employment as a part- time faculty member at other Washington State public institutions of higher education shall count toward the fifty percent (50%) eligibility criteria. If such employment is at another Washington State community or technical college, it shall also count toward workload averaging referenced in paragraph (a). If such employment is at a Washington State four (4) year institution of higher education, it shall not count toward averaging referenced in paragraph (a). The part-time faculty member shall be required to notify the District Benefits Office of such emplo...
Insurance Programs. Unit members on unpaid leaves of absence, other than OFLA or FMLA leaves, will have the opportunity provided by federal law (COBRA) to purchase health care continuation coverage through plans covering active members.
Insurance Programs. In the event Xxxxxxx'x employment with the Company is terminated upon or within twelve months following a Change in Control, the Split Dollar Agreement shall continue in full force and effect through the Severance Period and shall survive separate and apart from this Agreement, and the Company's obligation to pay all premiums pursuant to this Agreement shall continue in accordance with the terms of this Agreement for the Severance Period. On the Termination Date (except that for purposes of this provision, if Xxxxxxx'x employment is terminated under the circumstances set forth in Paragraph 10(C)(i) hereof, then notwithstanding anything in that provision, the Termination Date for purposes of this Paragraph shall be the thirtieth (30th) day following the date of receipt of the notice provided for therein), or, if Xxxxxxx'x employment with the Company is terminated upon or within twelve months following a Change in Control, at the end of the Severance Period, Xxxxxxx shall pay to the Company an amount equal to the total of all premiums paid by the Company on the split dollar policy(ies) acquired pursuant to Paragraph 5.E., without interest thereon, and upon receipt of such payment the Company shall release its interest in the policy, or a portion thereof, on Xxxxxxx'x life acquired pursuant to the terms of the Split Dollar Agreement, or any or all of the paid up additions standing to the credit of such policy, if any, such that such released interest equals the total of all premiums paid by the Company on the split dollar policy(ies) acquired pursuant to Paragraph 5.E. Alternatively, if the Company elects to pay the Deferred Compensation to Xxxxxxx within fifteen (15) days after the Termination Date pursuant to Paragraph 10.E.(iv) above, the Company at the time of such payment may demand payment from Xxxxxxx of an amount equal to the total of all premiums paid by the Company on the split dollar policy(ies) acquired pursuant to Paragraph 5.E., without interest thereon, and upon receipt of such payment release its interest in the policy, or portion thereof, acquired pursuant to the terms of the Split Dollar Agreement, and any or all of the paid up additions standing to the credit of such policy, if any, and thereafter the Company shall be under no obligation to pay any further premiums under the Split Dollar Agreement. Coverage under the Company's major medical, accident, health, dental, disability and life insurance plans as from time to time provided to other...
Insurance Programs. Pursuant to State Board Policy 2.70.02, eligible faculty may participate in health and life insurance plans made available and administered by the Public Employee’s Benefits Board; provided, that, with the approval of the Public Employee’s Benefits Board, other types of insurance plans, except for liability insurance, may be made available. The amount of monthly College District premium contribution paid on behalf of each participating faculty shall be that designated by the Public Employee’s Benefits Board. The premium entitles eligible employees to basic life, long-term disability, and medical/dental insurance. Eligibility for such insurance programs is defined by WAC 182- 12.