SEBB Sample Clauses

SEBB. The District shall provide insurance benefits to all eligible employees under the rules, regulations and policies of the School Employees Benefits Board (SEBB). The District shall pay the full portion of the employer contribution as adopted in the School Employees Health Care Coalition agreement for all employees who meet the eligibility requirements outlined in law. All eligible administrators along with eligible dependents, will pay and be eligible for full insurance coverage under the SEBB program if the Administrator works, or are anticipated to work 630 hours or more in an eligibility year, as long as they maintain an employee/employer relationship. Payroll deductions will be made for any portion of an eligible administrator’s premiums.
SEBB. 34 Starting January 1, 2020, the District will move onto the SEBB insurance system as legislated by the 35 Washington State legislature.
SEBB. 23 School Employees Benefits Board (SEBB) Eligibility: Employees shall be deemed eligible for medical 24 and non-medical benefits if they are expected to work the State mandated minimum for SEBB benefits. 26 Employees who are not expected to work enough hours in order to be initially eligible, but who work at 27 least the number of hours to be eligible during the contract year, shall become eligible to enroll for 28 benefits in the current contract year upon reaching the eligibility threshold of hours and deemed eligible 29 for the remaining contract year. This provision shall include substitute employees.
SEBB. 42 Beginning January 1, 2020, and each year thereafter, the employer agrees to provide the insurance 43 plans, follow employee eligibility rules and provide funding for all bargaining unit members and their 44 dependents as required by State Law, the State Operating Budget and the School Employees Benefits 45 Board (SEBB). 47 All Benefit Plans for 2018-19 will continue unaffected through December 31, 2019.
SEBB. Effective January 1, 2020, employees will receive health benefits as provided for by the State Employee Benefits Board (SEBB) program and state law, with funding, employee contributions, and administration terms and conditions as determined by that program or state law. Per Article XVIISavings Clause, in the event of a change in state funding either party shall have the option to reopen this Agreement.‌
SEBB. ‌ 37 The District shall provide basic and optional benefits through the School Employees Benefits Board (SEBB) 38 under the rules and regulations adopted by the SEBB. 39 40 Section 12.1.1. 41 Open enrollment for employees eligible to enroll in insurance programs shall be late August until 42 September 28 each year; however, new employees may enroll within thirty (30) days of their initial 43 employment. 44
SEBB. The District will implement the State’s mandatory insurance program administered by the Washington Health Care Authority through the School Employees Benefits Board (SEBB). The District shall pay the full portion of the employer contribution as adopted in the School Employees Health Care Coalition agreement for all employees who meet the eligibility requirements of SEBB. Employee eligibility, plan offerings, premium rates and employee contributions are determined by SEBB.
SEBB. 13 Employees will receive health and other insurance benefits through the School Employees Benefit Board 14 (SEBB) Program as adopted in the School Employees Health Care Coalition agreement. The District will 15 follow SEBB rules and guidance related to employee eligibility and program administration. The most 16 current information on available benefits is available through SEBB’s website, linked here.