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1 New Hire Orientation Policies and Benefits
SC Department of Public Safety Office of Human Resources

2 New Employee Policy Overview

3 Employee Performance Management System 400.06
Universal review date of April 1st each year Performance reviews will be made in a fair and objective manner and will measure the employee’s work performance in relation to the performance requirements of the employee’s assigned position. Performance reviews will become a permanent part of an employee’s official personnel file.

4 Disciplinary Action Policy 400.08
Employees of DPS will conduct themselves in accordance with applicable laws, regulations, department policies and generally acceptable work behaviors. Employees in supervisory positions will set an example by their conduct, attitude, and work habits. Disciplinary actions in the form of Level I and Level II reprimands, suspensions, demotions, involuntary reassignments and terminations may be taken for the purpose of correcting or punishing inappropriate work behavior.

5 Grievance Policy Grievances or appeals shall include terminations, suspensions, involuntary reassignments in excess of thirty (30) miles from the prior work station, and demotions. Compensation and failure to be selected for a promotion are not grievances. Prior to filing a formal grievance, the employee must first attempt to resolve the matter with his immediate supervisor.

6 Harassment – Free Workplace 400.13
The Department of Public Safety will not tolerate harassment based on race, national origin, religion, age, disability, color, or gender. Harassment is defined as any unwelcome verbal comments, gestures or physical contacts and includes retaliation for confronting or reporting harassment. Managers and supervisors are required to take immediate action to stop harassment, to protect the people targeted by the harasser, and to take all reasonable steps to ensure that no further harassment or retaliation occurs.

7 Equal Employment Opportunity 400.11
It is the policy of the department to provide equal employment opportunity to all individuals regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, disability or national origin. The director expects full cooperation from every employee in the implementation of this policy.

8 Affirmative Action Policy 400.12
SCDPS seeks to ensure equal employment opportunity for all individuals. DPS has developed an Affirmative Action Plan as a management tool to be utilized in achieving the goal of equal employment opportunity. Equal employment is the objective; affirmative action is the instrument used to achieve that objective.

9 Nepotism and Conflicts of Interest 200.05
In order to prevent even the appearance of impropriety, the hiring of family members within the same administrative unit is prohibited. Further, employees shall not knowingly use their employment at the department to obtain any benefits not generally available to the public.

10 Outside Employment Policy 200.01
SCDPS personnel may engage in outside employment under certain conditions and limitations. Any outside employment must be approved through written request. The director possesses the authority to order cessation of outside employment where the employment creates the appearance of impropriety to the public or where the employment interferes with the employee’s ability to perform his job duties.

11 Media Relations Policy 200.31
The Public Information Officer is centrally responsible for the coordination of information disseminated by the department No employee will accept an engagement to speak on behalf of the Department of Public Safety without prior approval.

12 Appropriate Use of Computing Resources 500.04
Authorized Uses All purposes related to the administration of departmental business and enhancement of public safety. Utilization of computing resources and information systems for expanding or advancing an employee’s professional knowledge and skills. Incidental personal uses of the INTERNET and if it does not conflict with other provisions of this policy.

13 Use of Computing Resources Cont’d
Prohibited Uses Storing files or using the computer resources for illegal, fraudulent, pornographic, or malicious activities Engaging in partisan political activity. Engaging in political or religious lobbying Engaging in activities on behalf of organizations having no affiliation with SCDPS. For personal or commercial financial gain Accessing another employee’s account without permission *See policy for complete list of prohibited uses.

14 Computer Privacy Policy 500.03
Computer access is a resource provided to employees to facilitate the accomplishment of assigned tasks and is not for use in conducting personal affairs. DPS computers are subject to monitoring at all times, and the monitoring warning/banner shall appear at log-on.

15 Leave and Attendance Policy 400.19
Falsification of any attendance or leave record shall be cause for disciplinary action up to and including dismissal. Supervisors have the authority to request verification of sick leave used, particularly in cases of suspected abuse or excessive use of leave. Employees must submit requests for leave as far in advance as possible for scheduling purposes. Employees may use up to 30 days of annual leave in one year except in cases of emergency or extreme hardship.

16 Code of Ethics As a public service employee, demonstrate the highest standards of personal integrity, truthfulness, honesty, courtesy and fortitude in all public activities to inspire public confidence and trust in public institutions. Enforce the law courteously and appropriately without fear, favor, malice or ill will. Oppose discrimination in all aspects of personnel policy.

17 Alcohol and Drug Deterrence Program 200.04
The critical mission of law enforcement requires the maintenance of an alcohol and drug free work environment. The public has the right to expect that those sworn to serve the public in a law enforcement capacity are at all times both physically and mentally prepared to fulfill those duties. In order to ensure the integrity of the department and to preserve public trust and confidence in a fit and drug-free law enforcement profession, the department will maintain a drug deterrence program to detect prohibited drug use by employees.

18 Alcohol and Drug Deterrence Program
This program includes applicant testing, random drug testing, reasonable suspicion testing, accident or unsafe practice testing and testing as part of, or as a follow-up to, rehabilitation. An employee shall be disciplined and may be terminated for refusing to take the drug test when required and for attempting to alter or substitute the specimen provided.

19 Employee Assistance & Chaplaincy Program 200.23
As an employer, the department is concerned with the well-being of its employees, the maintenance of work productivity, and the preservation of a safe and secure workplace. DPS is a member of, and participates in the South Carolina Law Enforcement Assistance Program (SCLEAP) which provides traditional employee assistance services as well as a volunteer chaplaincy program.

20 Violence in the Workplace 200.29
All forms of workplace violence are prohibited. These include, but are not limited to; attack, the use of force in order to harm; threats, expressions of intent to inflict injury; harassment, behaviors designed to trouble or worry the victim; and property damage, intentional damage to property owned by the state, employees, visitors, or vendors. All employees who observe or experience violent, threatening, harassing, intimidating, or other disruptive behavior by employees or other persons on DPS property have a duty to immediately report such behavior to their immediate supervisor, deputy director/office head or their designees.

21 Dress Code DPS is committed to projecting a positive image in all interactions with the public. All DPS employees are expected to dress in a neat, professional, businesslike manner during working hours, especially in situations requiring contact with the public. All uniformed personnel will be subject to the standards defined by their law enforcement division or office.

22 Our Mission: The mission of the South Carolina Department of Public Safety is to protect and serve the public with the highest standard of conduct and professionalism; to save lives through educating its citizens on highway safety and diligent enforcement of laws governing traffic, motor vehicles, and commercial carriers; and to ensure a safe, secure environment for the citizens of the state of South Carolina and its visitors.

23 DPS Values As a main component of fulfilling its mission, the South Carolina Department of Public Safety values: Integrity Excellence Accountability Employees Leadership

24 DPS Background Created in 1993 due to restructure of state government
DPS was once a part of the S.C. Department of Transportation and was commonly known as the Highway Department DPS is made up of the Highway Patrol, State Transport Police, Bureau of Protective Services, Office of Highway Safety & Justice Programs, Immigration Enforcement Unit and the S.C. Hall of Fame

25 Law Enforcement Accreditation
SCDPS has voluntarily chosen to undergo a rigorous process of demonstrating its professional commitment to public safety and delivering a high level of service to the citizens of S.C. by participating in national law enforcement accreditation. DPS must comply with a comprehensive set of written standards covering every aspect of law enforcement policies, procedures, practices and operations. Every year data is gathered and every three years a review is conducted to maintain accreditation. It is a stamp of approval for our law enforcement.

26 Insurance Benefits SC Public Employee Benefit Authority
All new employees will be given an Insurance Benefits Guide. You may refer to this guide at any time for detailed information and questions pertaining to State Health Plans, Life Insurance, MoneyPlu$, Supplemental Long Term Disability, Vision and Dental benefits.

27 Provider Directory To access go online to EIP’s website or Doctor’s listed have agreed to accept the plans allowable charges as payment in full and they will not balance bill you.

28 PEBA Insurance Benefits Programs
Health Plans Dental Plans Vision Plan Life Insurance Long Term Disability MoneyPlu$ (Pre-tax programs)

29 Eligibility Full-time permanent and non-permanent employees
Must work at least 30 hours a week Variable-hour employees Must work an average of 30 hours per week over a defined measurement period. *Full-time non-permanent and variable hour employees are only eligible for health, dental, vision, the pre-tax premium feature and a Health Savings Account.

30 Eligibility Spouse Current spouse or former spouse if coverage is court-ordered Spouse employed by PEBA Insurance-covered employer or eligible to be covered as a funded retiree cannot be covered

31 Eligibility Children Natural child Stepchild Adopted child
Child placed for adoption Foster child Child for whom employee has legal custody

32 Eligibility Eligible Children Under age 26*
Coverage may continue beyond age 26 if the child is approved as incapacitated. If employee and employee’s spouse both work for a State Covered Entity, then their children can only be covered by one of them. *To be eligible for Dependent Life-Child insurance, dependent children age must be full-time students, unmarried and not employed on a full-time basis.

33 Dependents Under Age of 26
If employee chooses to enroll as dependent child Only eligible for benefits offered to children NOE refusing all coverage as an employee is required. When child loses coverage, may enroll due to loss of state coverage Health, dental, vision Optional Life and SLTD with medical evidence

34 Eligibility Documentation Needed
Required to cover spouse or any children Must be submitted when enrolling a spouse or child Required for Special Eligibility situations Also required by audit

35 Insurance Enrollment and Coordination of Benefits

36 Enrollment Enroll Within 31 days of
Hire or retirement date Special eligibility situation During October enrollment periods effective the following January 1.

37 Enrollment October Enrollment Periods (October 1-31)
Change health plans Enroll in or drop health and vision Enroll or re-enroll in MoneyPlu$ programs Add or drop eligible dependents (from health & vision) Every Odd-Numbered Year (i.e. 2015, 2017, etc.) Enroll in or drop Dental or Dental Plus

38 Coordination of Benefits
Health and Dental Plan that covers person as employee is primary to plan that covers person as dependent Children – Plan of parent whose birthday occurs earliest in year is primary Deductible and coinsurance linked for married PEBA Insurance Benefits subscribers enrolled in the same health plan

39 Health Plans Health Plan Options State Health Plan
Standard Plan Savings Plan AMRA TRICARE Supplement

40 Standard Plan and Savings Plan
State Health Plan (SHP) Insured by State of South Carolina, claims administered by BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina Standard Plan and Savings Plan Common to Both Worldwide coverage In- and out-of-network benefits Pharmacy network Mental health network Medi-Call My Insurance Manager Provider files claims Subscriber pays deductibles and coinsurance

41 State Health Plan Standard Plan and Savings Plan
Preauthorization Refer to Insurance Benefits Guide for information regarding Medi-Call Certain procedures require preauthorization; failing to call Medi-Call may result in a $200 penalty and you may have to pay out of pocket for the procedure National Imaging Associates Companion Benefit Alternatives Catamaran

42 State Health Plan Standard Plan and Savings Plan
Provider Network Provider files claims and accepts allowed amount as payment in full Member pays deductibles and coinsurance Out-of-network No benefits paid for out-of-network prescription drugs Subscriber May have to file claims May be balance billed Pays higher coinsurance

43 State Health Plan Standard Plan and Savings Plan
Limited Preventive Benefits (Refer to Insurance Benefits Guide for plan details) Routine mammogram One baseline mammogram during ages 35-39; one per calendar year for ages 40-74 Pap test Women ages 18-65 Well child care Check-ups for covered children under age 18 Routine colonoscopy – Once every 10 years starting at age 50

44 Deductibles and Coinsurance
SHP Standard Plan Deductibles and Coinsurance Annual Deductible $445 individual $890 family In-network Coinsurance Plan pays 80% Subscriber pays 20% Out-of-network Coinsurance Plan pays 60% Subscriber pays 40% Coinsurance Maximum $2,540 individual $5,080 family Coinsurance Maximum $5,080 individual $10,160 family

45 Per-occurrence Deductibles
SHP Standard Plan Per-occurrence Deductibles $12 Office visit $95 Outpatient facility services $159 Emergency room visit (waived if admitted to the hospital)

46 Network Retail Pharmacy Retail Maintenance Network
SHP Standard Plan Network Retail Pharmacy (up to 31-day supply) $ 9 Tier 1 $ 38 Tier 2 $63 Tier 3 Mail Order (up to 90-day supply) $ 22 Tier 1 $ 95 Tier 2 $158 Tier 3 Retail Maintenance Network $2,500 maximum copay per person

47 SHP Standard Plan The Standard Plan is geared towards “Medically Necessary Services”. With the Standard Plan you have the freedom to choose which doctors and specialists you visit without a referral. However, with the Standard Plan a yearly physical is not covered.

48 Deductibles and Coinsurance
SHP Savings Plan Deductibles and Coinsurance Annual Deductible $3,600 individual $7,200 family In-network Coinsurance Plan pays 80% Member pays 20% Out-of-network Coinsurance Plan pays 60% Member pays 40% Coinsurance Maximum $2,400 individual $4,800 family Coinsurance Maximum $4,800 individual $9,600 family

49 SHP Savings Plan Rules Added benefits Annual flu shot
Member pays 100% of Allowed amount in-network Actual charges out-of-network Allowed amount at network pharmacies After deductible is met, Plan will reimburse member 80% of allowed amount for in-network services Added benefits Annual flu shot Annual physical that includes specific services Eligibility to contribute to Health Savings Account (HSA)

50 2015 Active Employee Monthly Health Premiums
SHP Savings Plan SHP Standard Plan TRICARE Supplement Employee Only $ 9.70 $ 97.68 $62.50 Employee/Spouse $ 77.40 $253.56 $121.50 Employee/Children $ 20.48 $ Full Family $113.00 306.56 $162.50 Information current as of January 1, 2015

51 Tobacco Surcharge Details $40 per month for subscribers
$60 per month for subscribers who cover at least one dependent Automatically charged unless you certify that no one uses tobacco Certification Regarding Tobacco Use Form

52 Tobacco Surcharge Avoiding the Surcharge
Must be tobacco free for at least 6 months All health plans offer free tobacco cessation program Detailed info in your Insurance Benefits Guide Reasonable Alternative Standard Physician provides a letter stating that it is unreasonably difficult or medically inadvisable for you to attempt to stop using tobacco, you can avoid surcharge

53 Tobacco Cessation Benefit Free & Clear Program
SHP Subscribers and their covered dependents who would like to stop using tobacco may participate in the Free & Clear Program. No cost Will provide nicotine replacement products if necessary Dependents under age 18 must have parental consent. For more information go to

54 Behavioral Health Benefit
Office visits to a mental health or substance abuse provider are covered under your plan and don’t require authorization Administered by Companion Benefit Alternatives Refer to Insurance Benefits Guide for details and services that may require preauthorization

55 Employee Assistance Employee Assistance Program Chaplaincy Service
Assists employees with personal, medical, or addictive problems, to find treatment, assist with recovery and rehab and remain healthy Provided by the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation’s Employee Intervention Program Chaplaincy Service

56 Wellness Incentive Program
Members meeting certain criteria who have diabetes, cardiovascular disease or congestive heart failure may qualify for copayment waiver for certain generic drugs Weight Management Program – Designed to help employees meet weight loss goals Migraine Program – To help migraine sufferers identify triggers and manage pain

57 MyBenefits Access your benefits information online with MyBenefits
Must register as a first time user at Review benefits, change beneficiaries, update contact info, make changes during enrollment period

58 Blue Card Program Allows you to choose doctors/hospitals when away from home In an emergency, use State Health Plan ID card to show you are a Blue Card Program member Receive highest level of benefits with no balance billing

59 State Dental Plan Insured by State of South Carolina, claims administered by BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina

60 Orthodontics (only children younger than 19; $1,000 lifetime maximum)
State Dental Plan Free to choose dentist No pre-existing conditions exclusions May not drop or change until next open enrollment (every two years) $1,000 maximum benefit per year Class I Preventive Services 100% of fee schedule Class III Prosthodontics 50% of fee schedule Class II Basic Services 80% of fee schedule Class IV Orthodontics (only children younger than 19; $1,000 lifetime maximum)

61 State Dental Plan Monthly Premiums Employee Only $0 Employee/Spouse
$7.64 Employee/Children $13.72 Full Family $21.34

62 Dental Plus Insured and administered by BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina
Supplement to Basic Dental Higher allowance for Class I, II and III services Combined maximum benefit of $2,000 per year May enroll in or cancel coverage during open enrollment

63 Dental Plus Monthly Premiums Category Basic Dental Dental Plus
Total Premium Employee None $24.58 Employee/ Spouse $7.64 $49.66 $57.30 Child $ 13.72 $57.26 $70.98 Full Family $ 21.34 $74.22 $95.56

64 State Vision Plan Services Eye exams (Once a year with $10 copay)
Frames (Once every two years with $150 allowance) Lenses (Once a year with $130 allowance) Contact lens services and materials Diabetic Eye Care benefit Discounts on LASIK and PRK vision correction

65 State Vision Plan Monthly Premiums Employee only $7.00 Employee/Spouse
$ 14.00 Employee/Children $14.98 Full Family $ 21.98 Please refer to your Insurance Benefits Guide for detailed information on Vision Care.

66 Vision Care Discount Program
No enrollment or premium – discount program Participating providers only $60 for routine eye exam – excludes contact lens exam 20% discount on eyewear except disposable contact lenses

67 Life Insurance Insured and administered by Minnesota Life

68 Life Insurance Basic Life
$3,000 term life insurance to all eligible employees under age 70 Premium paid by employer Employees enrolled in any health plan are covered

69 Life Insurance Optional Life
Premium based on amount of coverage and employee’s age Coverage up to three times salary if enrolled within 31 days of employment Medical evidence required for additional coverage Maximum coverage level of $500,000

70 Dependent Life Child Coverage Spouse Coverage $15,000 per child
Premiums - $1.10 per month, regardless of number of children covered Can enroll eligible children throughout the year without medical evidence of good health Spouse Coverage New hire can enroll spouse for $10,000 or $20,000 without medical evidence of good health May enroll in up to 50% of employee’s Optional Life coverage with medical evidence Not available to full-time military personnel

71 Long Term Disability Insurance
Basic Long Term Disability Premiums paid by employer Employee automatically enrolled with selection of a health plan 62.5% benefit, up to $800 per month 90-day waiting period

72 Long Term Disability Insurance
Supplemental Long Term Disability (SLTD) Provides protection for employee if annual salary exceeds $15,360 Benefit – 65% of monthly salary up to $8,000 per month Choice of two plans 90-day benefit waiting period 180-day benefit waiting period

73 Long Term Disability Insurance
Enrollment in SLTD New hire may enroll without medical evidence of good health Late entrant must provide medical evidence of good health to enroll Employee pays premium – based on monthly salary, plan chosen and age

74 MoneyPlu$ Administered by Fringe Benefits Company, a Division of WageWorks (FB-WW)
Features Pre-tax premiums Medical Spending Account (MSA) Dependent Care Spending Account (DCSA) Health Savings Account

75 MoneyPlu$ Pre-tax Premiums Health Dental and Dental Plus
State Vision Plan First $50,000 of Optional Life Tobacco Surcharge $0.28 monthly administrative fee

76 MoneyPlu$ Medical Spending Account (MSA)
Employed for one year before participating $2,550 maximum annual contribution $3.14 monthly administrative fee “Use it or lose it” account Eligible Expenses Deductibles, coinsurance and copayments Medically necessary expenses Prescription medications and approved over-the-counter medications with prescription

77 MoneyPlu$ Dependent Care Spending Account (DCSA)
$5,000 maximum contribution $3.14 monthly administrative fee Eligible Expenses Day care facility fees Care for qualified individuals in your home or someone else’s home Summer day camps

78 MoneyPlu$ Health Savings Account (HSA)
Employee must be enrolled in the SHP Savings Plan Money deposited into account carries forward from year to year Account is portable $3,300 maximum contribution for individuals $6,550 maximum contribution for family Additional $1,000 catch-up provision for individuals age 55 and older Fees $1.50 per month to FB-WW $2 per month to Wells Fargo

79 COBRA Applies to health, dental, vision and MoneyPlu$ Medical Spending Accounts Must have been covered at time of termination to continue coverage under COBRA

80 Attendance & Leave Accrue 9.38 hours per month of sick and annual leave for employees in 37.5 hr/week positions; 10 hours per month of sick and annual leave for employees in 40 hr/week positions Can only use 30 days of annual leave each year except in cases of emergency Maximum amount of annual leave you can carry over each year is 45 days Maximum amount of sick leave to carry over is 180 days

81 Attendance & Leave Employees can use 10 days of sick leave to take care of a sick family member 3 consecutive days of administrative leave can be taken for the death of an immediate family member If employees accrue more leave than they can use or carry over, they may donate it to the leave pool. 12 State holidays a year

82 Payroll Paid on the 1st and 16th of each month
If pay date falls on a weekend, paid the Friday before Employees are asked to sign up for payroll direct deposit

83 Worker’s Compensation
As a state employee, you’re eligible for worker’s compensation if injured on the job. It is your responsibility to report any work related injuries to your direct supervisor ASAP. Contact Human Resources for questions pertaining to worker’s compensation. The State Accident Fund handles worker’s compensation claims. Compendium determines which doctors you can see while receiving worker’s compensation.

84 Parking Please refer to the designated parking memo in your packet regarding parking at headquarters. When parking at headquarters, avoid any visitor parking or other designated areas.

85 Outside Employment & State Service
Any outside employment must be approved through your supervisor This is to prevent any potential conflict of interest, mainly for law enforcement officers. If you have prior state service, fill out a form with HR to transfer service credit and any applicable leave balances.

86 *All active employees are required to contribute to a retirement plan.
Retirement Plans SCRS, ORP, PORS *All active employees are required to contribute to a retirement plan.

87 SCRS Plan Defined benefit plan Plan bears investment risk
After retiring, you will receive a monthly retirement check for life – cannot outlive your benefit Monthly survivor benefit for your beneficiary if you die in service with 15 or more years of service Cost of living adjustments Disability benefits Two payment options that provide monthly payment to survivor in the event of your death.

88 SCRS Plan Employee contributes 8% Employer contributes 10.75%
Eligibility Class Two Members – employees with memberships before 7/1/2012 Class Three Members – employees gaining membership on or after 7/1/2012

89 SCRS – Retirement Eligibility
Class Two Members Normal Retirement (Unreduced benefit) 28 years of service, at least 5 years earned service Age 65 or older with at least 5 years earned service Early Retirement (Reduced benefit) Age 60 with at least 5 years earned service; benefit reduced 5% for each year of age less than 65 Age 55 or older with 25 years of service, 5 years must be earned service; benefit reduced for each year of service less than 28 TERI Program – ending July 1, 2018

90 SCRS Retirement Eligibility
Class Three Members (Membership on or after 7/1/2012) Must have at least 8 years of earned service to be considered “vested” and eligible to receive a benefit Retire with unreduced benefits once your age and years of service total 90 Example – If you’re 56 years old and have 34 years of earned service Retire early with reduced benefit at age 60 and with at least 8 years of earned service

91 SCRS – Disability Retirement
Class 2 members Eligible for disability retirement with at least 5 years of earned service and are under age 65 Disability must be total and likely to be permanent Class 3 members Eligible for disability retirement with at least 8 years earned service credit (unless disability is result of injury in the performance of your job duties

92 SCRS Plan If you leave before retirement, you may:
Request a refund of your contributions You will only be refunded your contributions, not the employer contributions Leave your money in retirement systems and retain years of service credit should you later become employed with the state again Money left in retirement systems will accrue interest for one year after account is inactive (no contributions in preceding 12 months)

93 ORP Retirement Plan Defined contribution plan
You choose and direct your investments in professionally managed mutual funds and other investment products You bear the investment risk and are responsible for managing investments Potential to increase retirement income based on investment decisions

94 ORP Retirement Plan Your retirement benefit is limited to the balance in your account when you retire Not a guaranteed monthly benefit No option for disability retirement or survivor benefits Employee/employer contribution rates are same as SCRS If you leave employment, you take your contributions and the employer contributions

95 ORP Retirement Plan Open enrollment period from January 1-March 1 during which a State ORP participant may Change investment providers; or, Irrevocably switch to SCRS membership if the participant is between the first and fifth anniversary of his initial State ORP enrollment. If a State ORP participant does not transfer to SCRS within five years, he must continue enrollment in ORP and may not change to SCRS.

96 PORS Retirement Defined benefit plan
Member Contribution Rate: 8.41% of Gross Pay Available to police officers and firefighters in the state Provides service retirement benefits for life Disability retirement benefits Cost of living adjustments Survivor benefits – two payment options that provide a monthly benefit to survivor in the event of your death

97 PORS Retirement Eligibility
Class Two Members 25 years of service, 5 years must be earned service Age 55 or older with at least 5 years earned service Class Three Members 27 years of service with 8 years earned service Age 55 or older with 8 years earned service

98 Deferred Compensation
Administered through Great-West Financial, Two savings plan options designed to supplement existing retirement and pension benefits 401K 457

99 Types of Beneficiaries for form 1102
Multiple beneficiaries share equally in survivor benefits. Primary beneficiaries for your in-service death benefit. (Refund of retirement account or lifetime annuity if member had 15 years of earned service). Contingent beneficiaries in case of death of the primary beneficiaries. All primary beneficiaries must be deceased before any contingent beneficiaries are paid. Incidental death benefit beneficiaries: Will receive the amount of the deceased employees annual salary at time of passing.

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