Employment Benefits Guide for Regular Full-Time Employees
Generations offers 401K Plan:
401K Plan – CUNA Mutual Retirement Solutions
DOWNLOAD: 401K QDIA NOTICE
DOWNLOAD: 401K Fee Disclosures
Group Insurance Plans
Generations offers group medical, dental, and vision insurance to regular full-time employees and dependents. Enrollment for new hires is effective the first of the month following sixty days. To elect coverage, you must login and enroll for benefits at www.pbenroll.com within 30 days of hire. If you fail to login and enroll, please note that you are waiving your rights to coverage.
Generations Health Assoc. Annual Open Enrollment is the last week in November.
All full time benefit eligible employees must log into www.pbenroll.com and make their elections by November 30th.
Employees who fail to make their benefit selections before the end of the open enrollment period will have to wait until the following year’s open enrollment to sign up for benefits—unless you experience a qualifying life event such as getting married or divorced, having a baby, or a spouse losing his or her job.
Health Insurance – Blue Cross Blue Shield TN
Employee pays 100%
Employee pays 100%
- Good Friday
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Day
- New Year’s Day
To be eligible for the holiday pay, you must have completed the probationary period and have worked the last scheduled shift before the holiday. The only exception to this is an excused absence.
Annual vacation with pay is granted to all regular Full-time employees for rest and relaxation. Eligible employees are encouraged to take vacation to which they are entitled. Unused vacation days are not to be carried over to the next year. No vacation can be taken until an employee has completed one (1) continuous year of service.
Regular employees are eligible for vacation with pay at their individual wage rates on the following basis:
Completed 1 year service 10 days
Completed 5 years service 12 days
Completed 10 years service 15 days
If a paid holiday falls during you scheduled vacation, you will be eligible for an extra day of vacation.
Employees will need to give their supervisor a thirty (30) day written notice to schedule vacation time. Every consideration will be given in granting your vacation schedule. However, your supervisor must schedule your vacation in terms of the needs may take precedence.
Bereavement pay is provided for regular full-time employees for up to two (2) days because of the death in the immediate family. You will be compensated for actual days lost. The two (2) days of bereavement pay are the day before the funeral and the day of the funeral. For purposes of this policy, immediate family is defined as legal spouse, son, daughter, father, mother, brother, sister, stepson, stepdaughter, father-in-law, mother-in-law, grandfather, grandmother.
Annual sick leave with pay is granted to all Regular Full-Time employees each year for non-work-related illness or injuries. Sick Leave is provided to prevent undue hardship on an employee in case of serious illness. Sick leave is not provided to encourage minor illness. Unused sick time is not to be carried over to the next year. Pay for sick leave shall not be granted until an employee has completed one (1) continuous year of service. No other compensation will be paid in conjunction with sick days for the same day.
Regular employees are eligible for sick leave with pay at their individual wage rates on the following basis:
Completed 1 year of service =96 hours
· Sick leave may be used for an employee’s personal illness, well-care and medical and dental appointments. Sick leave also may be used for illness and well-care of a member of an employee’s immediate family (including the employee’s spouse, children, mother and father).
· An employee who has a sick leave absence must present medical documentation for the absence if in addition to more than one (1) day.
· If the employee is absent unexpectedly due to personal or a family member’s illness, the employee should notify his or her supervisor or the director of human resources as soon as reasonably possible.
· Employees are not paid for unused sick leave upon termination of employment.
Sick pay will be paid according to the hours the person is/was regularly scheduled, but not to exceed more than (12) hours per day.
Employees are not eligible to use sick days during the first ninety (90) days of employment. However, sick days are accumulated from the initial date of employment.
Eligible sick leave pay must be requested within thirty (30) days of the absence due to illness. Unused sick leave is not compensated at termination or resignation.