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  • COBRA
    Workers Compensation Equal Opportunity Discrimination Harassment and Retaliation AA EOR Full Time Faculty Recruitment Workshop Presentation Internet Explorer Only Reasonable Accommodation Interactive Process Assistive Device Application Memorandum Information for Job Applicants Pregnant Parenting Student Rights Campus Compliance Training Requirements Employee and Student Complaint Resources Reference List Additional Resources Employment Services Collective Bargaining Performance Evaluation Information Temporary Employment MPP Employment Staff Employment Employment Services Staff Payroll Absence Management Payroll Forms Payroll Staff Timekeeper List Frequently Asked Questions W 2 Questions Student Employment Timekeepers Professional Development and Training Announcements Fee Waiver Noontime Wellness Training Dates to Remember FAQs Contact Workshop Materials SkillSoft Online Professional Development Jobs HR Directory Forms New Employees Office of the Vice President Continuation of Health Coverage COBRA Benefits Eligibility At A Glance Staff Appointment with length of more than 6 months and timebase of half time or more Instructional Faculty 12 month or Academic Year appointment with length of more than 6 months and minimum 7 5 weighted teaching units Lecturer or Coach 12 month appointment with length of more than 6 months and minimum 7 5 weighted teaching units or AY appointment for minimum of one semester and 6 weighted teaching units Remember regardless if employed as a staff member or faculty member qualifying appointments can be either permanent or temporary COBRA Overview The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act COBRA of 1985 was enacted into law on April 7 1986 and applies to the California State University through the Public Health Service Act Generally COBRA permits covered individuals who lose coverage under the plan s as a result of certain qualifying events to elect to continue their coverage under the plan s for a prescribed period of time on a self pay basis for up to 18 29 or 36 months depending on the qualifying event The

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/hr/departments/benefits/cobra.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Disability Leaves
    Internet Explorer Only Reasonable Accommodation Interactive Process Assistive Device Application Memorandum Information for Job Applicants Pregnant Parenting Student Rights Campus Compliance Training Requirements Employee and Student Complaint Resources Reference List Additional Resources Employment Services Collective Bargaining Performance Evaluation Information Temporary Employment MPP Employment Staff Employment Employment Services Staff Payroll Absence Management Payroll Forms Payroll Staff Timekeeper List Frequently Asked Questions W 2 Questions Student Employment Timekeepers Professional Development and Training Announcements Fee Waiver Noontime Wellness Training Dates to Remember FAQs Contact Workshop Materials SkillSoft Online Professional Development Jobs HR Directory Forms New Employees Office of the Vice President Disability Leaves Contact Us Del Norte Hall Room 3004 Phone 916 278 3522 Fax 916 278 7331 Office Hours M F 9 a m to 4 p m Campus Zip 6032 Submit A Suggestion Quick Links Workers Compensation Catastrophic Leave Donor Form A variety of leave programs are available to employees at California State University Sacramento The Office of Human Resources Benefits coordinates the following leave programs Catastrophic Leave Family Medical Leave Maternity Paternity Leave and Non Industrial Disability Insurance Eligibility guidelines are subject to appropriate Collective Bargaining Agreements CBAs specific policies applicable legal agreements and current state and federal legislation Approval

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/hr/departments/disability%20leaves/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Employee Assistance Program
    Information Compensation Information Disability Leaves Military Leave Catastrophic Leave CSU Family Medical Leave FML industrial disability leave Maternity Paternity Adoption non industrial disability insurance Workers Compensation Equal Opportunity Discrimination Harassment and Retaliation AA EOR Full Time Faculty Recruitment Workshop Presentation Internet Explorer Only Reasonable Accommodation Interactive Process Assistive Device Application Memorandum Information for Job Applicants Pregnant Parenting Student Rights Campus Compliance Training Requirements Employee and Student Complaint Resources Reference List Additional Resources Employment Services Collective Bargaining Performance Evaluation Information Temporary Employment MPP Employment Staff Employment Employment Services Staff Payroll Absence Management Payroll Forms Payroll Staff Timekeeper List Frequently Asked Questions W 2 Questions Student Employment Timekeepers Professional Development and Training Announcements Fee Waiver Noontime Wellness Training Dates to Remember FAQs Contact Workshop Materials SkillSoft Online Professional Development Jobs HR Directory Forms New Employees Office of the Vice President Employee Assistance Program The employee assistance program EAP is designed to provide professional assistance to employees and their families dependents and permanent household members in assessing and resolving personal problems that may be affecting well being or job performance Effective June 1 2014 the campus is contracting with a new vendor Empathia for our Employee Assistance Program View the Empathia brochure and

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/hr/departments/benefits/eap.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Employee Benefits Programs
    Performance Evaluation Information Benefits Benefits Provider Contact COBRA Disability Leaves Employee Assistance Program Employee Benefits Programs FAQ New Employees Orientations Workshops When You Separate Retirement Classification and Compensation Classification Information Compensation Information Disability Leaves Military Leave Catastrophic Leave CSU Family Medical Leave FML industrial disability leave Maternity Paternity Adoption non industrial disability insurance Workers Compensation Equal Opportunity Discrimination Harassment and Retaliation AA EOR Full Time Faculty Recruitment Workshop Presentation Internet Explorer Only Reasonable Accommodation Interactive Process Assistive Device Application Memorandum Information for Job Applicants Pregnant Parenting Student Rights Campus Compliance Training Requirements Employee and Student Complaint Resources Reference List Additional Resources Employment Services Collective Bargaining Performance Evaluation Information Temporary Employment MPP Employment Staff Employment Employment Services Staff Payroll Absence Management Payroll Forms Payroll Staff Timekeeper List Frequently Asked Questions W 2 Questions Student Employment Timekeepers Professional Development and Training Announcements Fee Waiver Noontime Wellness Training Dates to Remember FAQs Contact Workshop Materials SkillSoft Online Professional Development Jobs HR Directory Forms New Employees Office of the Vice President Employee Benefits Programs For detailed information regarding each specific benefit program please click the link below to be directed to the appropriate page Medical Dental Vision FlexCash Life Insurance Long Term Disability Insurance

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/hr/departments/benefits/benefitsprograms.html (2016-02-12)
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  • FAQ
    parent child relationship you must provide a copy of the court order or sign an Affidavit of Eligibility 5 Can I enroll my domestic partner To enroll a domestic partner you must register the domestic partnership with the Secretary of State and provide a Declaration of Domestic Partnership and a CSU Notice of Financial Liability Same sex domestic partnerships between persons who are both at least 18 years of age and certain opposite sex domestic partnerships one partner must be 62 years of age or older and the other partner at least 18 years of age are eligible to register with the Secretary of State 6 I have a disabled dependent child who is over the age of 26 can he she be covered by my health plan You may cover your over age disabled dependent who has never married and is incapable of self support because of a mental or physical condition that existed prior to age 26 on your initial enrollment subject to approval by CalPERS A Member Questionnaire for the CalPERS Disabled Dependent Benefit form and a Medical Report for the CalPERS Disabled Dependent Benefit form must be approved by CalPERS prior to enrollment 7 How much will my health benefits cost me The amount you pay is based on the amount the employer contributes the health plan you select and the number of dependents you include on your enrollment See the health premium rate chart in your benefits packet 8 How much will I have to pay for dental and vision insurance Dental and vision premiums are covered fully by the CSU There is no employee contribution on a monthly basis You will have to pay a co payment when you use the plan The amount of co payment you pay is based on the services provided 9 When will I receive my health plan identification card s You should receive your identification card in approximately 10 days from the date you sign your enrollment forms There are no dental cards issued for the PPO dental plan or VSP vision plan You simply provide the plan group number employee social security number and date of birth 10 How do I see my Primary Care Physician PCP before I get my I D card Most Primary Care Physicians will honor a copy of your enrollment form that is mailed to your home address after the Benefits Office has processed your enrollment If your provider will not see you until you receive your I D card contact the Benefits Office We will contact your provider to determine additional options 11 How do I get prescriptions filled before I receive my I D card If you or any of your covered dependents need a prescription before you receive your identification card you will need to pay for the prescription in full at a participating pharmacy save your receipt and then file a claim for reimbursement with your insurance carrier once you receive your I D card 12 Can I

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/hr/departments/benefits/faq.html (2016-02-12)
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  • New Employees
    Compensation Equal Opportunity Discrimination Harassment and Retaliation AA EOR Full Time Faculty Recruitment Workshop Presentation Internet Explorer Only Reasonable Accommodation Interactive Process Assistive Device Application Memorandum Information for Job Applicants Pregnant Parenting Student Rights Campus Compliance Training Requirements Employee and Student Complaint Resources Reference List Additional Resources Employment Services Collective Bargaining Performance Evaluation Information Temporary Employment MPP Employment Staff Employment Employment Services Staff Payroll Absence Management Payroll Forms Payroll Staff Timekeeper List Frequently Asked Questions W 2 Questions Student Employment Timekeepers Professional Development and Training Announcements Fee Waiver Noontime Wellness Training Dates to Remember FAQs Contact Workshop Materials SkillSoft Online Professional Development Jobs HR Directory Forms New Employees Office of the Vice President New Employees Benefits are an important part of your overall compensation package at Sac State Use the Total Compensation Calculator to see the significance of your CSU benefits package and how it complements your salary Eligibility Review the Eligibility page to determine whether your appointment qualifies you for benefits This page will also provide information about enrolling eligible family members Benefits Orientations The Benefits Office conducts bi monthly orientations for new staff employees Benefits orientations specific to faculty are also scheduled at the beginning of each semester

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/hr/departments/benefits/new%20employees.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Orientations & Workshops
    non industrial disability insurance Workers Compensation Equal Opportunity Discrimination Harassment and Retaliation AA EOR Full Time Faculty Recruitment Workshop Presentation Internet Explorer Only Reasonable Accommodation Interactive Process Assistive Device Application Memorandum Information for Job Applicants Pregnant Parenting Student Rights Campus Compliance Training Requirements Employee and Student Complaint Resources Reference List Additional Resources Employment Services Collective Bargaining Performance Evaluation Information Temporary Employment MPP Employment Staff Employment Employment Services Staff Payroll Absence Management Payroll Forms Payroll Staff Timekeeper List Frequently Asked Questions W 2 Questions Student Employment Timekeepers Professional Development and Training Announcements Fee Waiver Noontime Wellness Training Dates to Remember FAQs Contact Workshop Materials SkillSoft Online Professional Development Jobs HR Directory Forms New Employees Office of the Vice President Benefits Orientations Workshops Spring 2016 New Newly Eligible Part time Faculty Benefits Orientation A workshop that provides a comprehensive review of the CSU Benefits Program for Faculty If you are unable to attend an in person Benefits Orientation session you can review the following Benefits Overview PowerPoint Presentation Employee Benefits Packet PDF Portfolio The Employee Benefits Packet contains general information on the various programs within the CSU benefits package and forms required for enrollment The packet contains 4 pocket Pocket 1 Health

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/hr/departments/benefits/orientations%20and%20workshops.html (2016-02-12)
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  • When You Separate
    Information Benefits Benefits Provider Contact COBRA Disability Leaves Employee Assistance Program Employee Benefits Programs FAQ New Employees Orientations Workshops When You Separate Retirement Classification and Compensation Classification Information Compensation Information Disability Leaves Military Leave Catastrophic Leave CSU Family Medical Leave FML industrial disability leave Maternity Paternity Adoption non industrial disability insurance Workers Compensation Equal Opportunity Discrimination Harassment and Retaliation AA EOR Full Time Faculty Recruitment Workshop Presentation Internet Explorer Only Reasonable Accommodation Interactive Process Assistive Device Application Memorandum Information for Job Applicants Pregnant Parenting Student Rights Campus Compliance Training Requirements Employee and Student Complaint Resources Reference List Additional Resources Employment Services Collective Bargaining Performance Evaluation Information Temporary Employment MPP Employment Staff Employment Employment Services Staff Payroll Absence Management Payroll Forms Payroll Staff Timekeeper List Frequently Asked Questions W 2 Questions Student Employment Timekeepers Professional Development and Training Announcements Fee Waiver Noontime Wellness Training Dates to Remember FAQs Contact Workshop Materials SkillSoft Online Professional Development Jobs HR Directory Forms New Employees Office of the Vice President When You Separate From The University COBRA Continuation of Coverage Quick Facts FAQ Listed below are some important items to think about when separating from the university Please click the link below to see information

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/hr/departments/benefits/whenuseparate.html (2016-02-12)
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