POLICE SERVICE Sample Clauses

POLICE SERVICE. Benefit Summary Employee Life Insurance of annual earnings up to provided by employer Employees may opt to increase the coverage at their own cost of annual earnings up to a maximum of upon evidence of insurability is Dependant Life Insurance Spouse Child Employee Accidental Death, Dismemberment and Specific Loss An amount equal to your life insurance (principal sum) Short Term Disability Benefits days weeks of weekly earnings Waiting Period Maximum benefit period Amount Long Term Disability Benefits Waiting period Amount days of monthly earnings to is provided by the employer Employees may opt to increase the coverage at their own cost of monthly earnings up to a maximum of upon approval of evidence of insurability Healthcare Deductible Reimbursement level Basic Expense Maximums: Hospital Home nursing care prescription drugs Smoking cessation products Hearing aids Speech aids orthopedic shoes Myoelectric arms External breast prosthesis Surgical brassieres Mechanical patient lifters Outdoor wheelchair ramps monitoring machine Nil Private room for a maximum of months per condition Included lifetime every years lifetime every months per prosthesis every months every months per lifter once every years lifetime every years Transcutaneous nerve simulators Extremity pumps for Lymph edema Custom-made compression hose Wigs for cancer patients Vaccines Hepatitis A B lifetime lifetime pairs each calendar year lifetime Life of the vaccine Paramedical Expense Maximums Chiropractors Physiotherapists Podiatrists Osteopaths workers Speech therapists Massage therapists Audiologists each calendar year each calendar year each calendar year each calendar year each calendar year each calendar year each calendar year each calendar year each calendar year Vision care Expense Maximums Eye examinations Glasses and contact lenses every months every months Lifetime Healthcare Unlimited Dental Care Payment basis The dental fee guide in effect on the date treatment is rendered for the province in which treatment is rendered Deductible Reimbursement levels: Basic coverage Major coverage Orthodontic coverage Accidental dental injury coverage Plan Maximums Accidental dental injury treatment Dentures and bridgework Orthodontic treatment All other treatment Unlimited every years lifetime each calendar year LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN: POLICE SERVICE BOARD (EMPLOYER) PUBLIC SERVICEALLIANCE OF CANADA (UNION) The parties agree that the position of Court Coordinator position in the Northe...
POLICE SERVICE. ASSISTANTS (CONTINUED) The benefit plan shall be B-2 base and F-55 rider. The cost shall be paid by the City. Effective November 28, 2011, employee pension contribution shall be increased 2.5% on a pre-tax bases. Full-time Police Service Assistants hired after July 1, 2009 shall be covered under a Defined Contribution (DC) pension program as defined under IRS regulations. The City shall contribute 7% of the employee’s base wage. Employees shall contribute 8% of their base wage on a tax-free basis as allowable under IRS regulations. Employee contributions shall be available to the employee upon separation of employment for any reason; employer contributions shall be available to the employee based upon the following graded vesting schedule: 3 years but less than 4 years vested = 25% of employer contributions 4 years but less than 5 years vested = 50% of employer contributions 5 years but less than 6 years vested = 75% of employer contributions 6 years or more vested = 100% of employer contributions. The City may also choose (at its sole discretion) to convert the Defined Contribution plan to a Hybrid Plan with a Defined Benefit (DB) portion of a 1% multiplier and a Defined Contribution portion fully funded by the employee at 2% of base pay. The DB portion shall be employer funded, with a six (6) year vesting period, FAC calculated on base wage and shift differential only, based on the last three years of employment, no early reduction of benefits and no post retirement benefit increase.

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