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  • Employee Assistance Program
    On the Web www mylifematters com 1 and enter company password stanislaus Each eligible person is entitled to up to 5 sessions per incident Face to Face Clinical Counseling for issues such as relationship concerns family problems stress emotional distress workplace problems alcohol chemical dependency Additional services include Telephone Consultations for life management issues such as financial concerns finding child care providers elder care needs and concerns tax issues legal

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/print/hr/employee-benefits/employee-assistance-program (2016-02-15)
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  • Health Care | California State University Stanislaus
    2015 VSP Benefit Plan Summary pdf 2016 VSP Benefit Plan Summary pdf VSP Evidence of Coverage EOC pdf VSP Member Registration pps VSP Select Network of Providers pdf Tru Hearing Aid Discount Program pdf Domestic Partners Assembly Bill 26 AB 26 was signed by Governor Davis and the CSU Board of Trustees adopted those provisions Effective January 1 2000 the CSU is extending health dental and vision coverages to eligible employees who have the following registered domestic partnerships Specified same sex domestic partnerships between persons who are both at least 18 years old Specified opposite sex domestic partnerships when one or both persons are over 62 years old Eligible employees must first register the domestic partnership with the Secretary of State Secretary of State P O Box 944225 Sacramento CA 94244 2250 916 653 4984 www ss ca gov Once registered employees must submit the following completed documents to the Human Resources Office Declaration of Domestic Partnership available from the Secretary of State and Statement of Financial Liability for Domestic Partner Health Benefits available on the forms rack outside the Human Resources Office and Statement of Financial Liability for Domestic Partner Dental and Vision Benefits available on the forms rack outside the Human Resources Office Once the necessary documentation is received the insurance enrollment forms will be completed Children of registered domestic partnerships may also be enrolled in the insurance plans The effective date of coverage will be on a prospective basis Health Care FAQs How do I sign up for insurance or change my existing coverage Fill out the Benefits Information Worksheet and return to the Benefits Office MSR340 If you are a new employee or have recently become benefits eligible you have 60 days from your date of hire to sign up You may change your existing coverage only during Open Enrollment in fall each year or if you have a qualifying life event How do I find out what medical or dental insurance I have Email Rose Jones Do I get insurance cards for medical Yes You should receive your cards within two months of enrolling If you haven t received them after this time please contact your provider Blue Cross Blue Shield Kaiser or United Health Care Do I need a form to visit the doctor dentist or eye doctor For doctor care just bring your insurance card For dental just provide your social security number For the eye doctor optometrist you will need the Vision Claim Form What pharmacy can I go to Blue Cross Any Caremark participating pharmacy Blue Shield Any Blue Shield participating pharmacy For mail order contact PrimeMail Kaiser Kaiser pharmacy United Health Care Any United Health Care participating pharmacy Can I mail order prescriptions Yes Refer to your prescription provider s website for information What is FlexCash and how do I get it Employees who are eligible for medical dental insurance can elect to waive CSU coverage in exchange for a cash payment 128 monthly if you waive medical only 12

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/hr/employee-benefits/health-care (2016-02-15)
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  • Leave Programs | California State University Stanislaus
    dental and vision premiums will continue to be paid by the CSU The following legislation is incorporated into the CSU FML leave Family Medical Leave Act 29 United States Code Sections 2601 et seq California Family Rights Act California Government Code SSSS12945 1 2 and 19702 3 and California Code of Regulations Title 2 Division 4 SSSS7297 et seq Resources FML California Family RIghts Act pdf FML Employee Rights Responsibilities pdf FML Health Care Provider Certification for Employee pdf FML Health Care Provider Certification for Family pdf FML Military Family Leave pdf FML Your Rights U S Dept of Labor pdf Industrial Disability Leave IDL The Industrial Disability Leave IDL Program is a wage continuation program in lieu of Workers Compensation Temporary Disability TD benefits for CSU employees who have suffered a work related injury or illness Employees deemed eligible for this benefit also must be members of the California Public Employees Retirement System CalPERS or the State Teachers Retirement System STRS The IDL benefit will be equivalent to the full amount of the injured employee s salary for the first 22 work days of the work related injury or illness a three day waiting period may apply Thereafter IDL benefits will be equivalent to two thirds of the employee s salary payable for the next eleven months of disability IDL payments are based on the actual number of workdays the disabled employee is absent An eligible employee may receive IDL payments for a period not to exceed 52 weeks within two 2 years from the first day of disability The 52 week eligibility period is equivalent to 365 calendar days Maternity Paternity Adoption Parental Leave The Maternity Parental Adoption Leave more commonly referred to as Parental Leave is a paid leave associated with the birth of an employee s own child or the placement of a child with the employee in connection with adoption and includes foster care for certain employee categories The type of absence is not charged against the employee s leave credits and the amount of paid days received is based on employee category Paid Maternity Paternity Adoption Parental leave may run concurrently with any other related leaves for which the employee is eligible Please review MOU or policy for actual language Refer to CSU policy Memorandum of Understanding for appropriate number of days of full pay This leave runs concurrently with FML and or pregnancy leave under the Education Code Click here to view Maternity Paternity Adoption Parental Leave chart To request a maternity female employees leave Provide your supervisor your anticipated leave dates in writing Provide doctor s note to the Leaves Specialist in Faculty Affairs Human Resources indicating your last day worked Meet with the Leaves Specialist to complete your estimated leave plans Please contact the Leaves Specialist at 209 664 6921 to schedule an appointment To request a parental adoption male employees leave Complete the form below and obtain supervisor approval and forward to the Leaves Specialist in Faculty Affairs Human Resources

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  • Retirement, Savings & Flexible Spending | California State University Stanislaus
    Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Human Resources Employee Benefits Retirement Savings Flexible Spending Retirement Savings Flexible Spending Planning for Retirement Planning for Retirement Checklist pdf Retirement Plans CalPERS California Public Employees Retirement System CalPERS CalPERS Beneficiary Designation Form pdf Retirement Plans Alternative if not CalPERS eligible Part Time Seasonal Temporary PST Retirement Program Retirement Plans Voluntary Savings 403 b 457 401 k Comparison Chart Savings Plus Program 401 k 457 Access Retirement Manager TSA 403 b pdf TSA 403 b Fund Sponsor Contact Information pdf TSA Brochure Saving Made Easy pdf Savings Plans HCRA DCRA Flexible Spending Accounts To determine if you are eligible get plan or contact information please see the Systemwide Benefits Portal HCRA DCRA Enrollment Form pdf Savings Plans Scholarshare College 800 544 5248 ScholarShare website Printer friendly version Human Resources Employment Opportunities Employment Services Employee Classification Compensation Volunteers Payroll Employee Benefits Employee Assistance Program Health Care Leave Programs Retirement Savings Workers Compensation Income Protection Voluntary Benefits Fee Waiver Healthy Air Living Rideshare Glossary Equal Opportunity Non discrimination Forms Publications Policies Procedures Training Development Whistleblower Protection Contact Information Staff Council Title IX Faculty Affairs American Disabilities

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/hr/employee-benefits/retirement-savings-flexible-spending (2016-02-15)
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  • Workers' Compensation | California State University Stanislaus
    pre designated To pre designate completed the English Pre Designated of Personal Physician Form Spanish Pre Designated of Personal Physician Form or the English Pre Designated of Personal Chiropractor or Acupuncturist Form Spanish Pre Designated of Personal Chiropractor or Acupuncturist Form and return to the Workers Compensation Coordinator WCC MSR340 Information and Assistance Refer to Guide Book for Injured Workers for additional information False Claims and False Denials Any person who makes or causes to be made any knowingly false or fraudulent material statement or material representation for the purpose of obtaining or denying workers compensation benefits or payments is guilty of a felony and may be fined and imprisoned FAQs What is Workers Compensation Workers Compensation is an employer paid benefit program that provides compensation and medical benefits if you are injured or become ill due to a work related condition The California State University CSU program is administered by Sedgwick Claims Management Services What is covered by this benefit Any injury or illness is covered if it is caused by your job This includes serious injuries as well as first aid type injuries Under workers compensation law you will receive help if you are injured no matter who was at fault The main question is whether or not the injury or illness was caused by your job Final determination of eligibility for benefits is made by Sedgwick Claims Management Services When does coverage begin There is no waiting period for coverage by workers compensation Coverage begins the first minute you are on the job and continues any time you are working Payment for medical treatment begins immediately There is a three day waiting period before the disability income benefit payments begin What are the benefits The program will pay all approved medical and hospital bills associated with your work related injury or illness If you are disabled you may be eligible for Industrial Disability Leave IDL payments or you may choose Temporary Disability TD payments Temporary Disability payments are equal to two thirds of your salary up to a maximum set by law If you cannot return to your usual occupation due to the injury or illness you may be eligible for permanent disability benefits In addition you may be entitled to Vocational Rehabilitation VR benefits if you are unable to return to your usual job duties While you are enrolled in a VR plan the benefits are paid by your employer In case of death qualified surviving dependents are eligible to receive benefits as set by law What needs to be done when injured Immediately report the job related injury illness to your supervisor You will receive an Employee Claim for Workers Compensation Benefits on which you should describe your injury and how when and where it occurred Return the completed form to your supervisor or Human Resources Office The Human Resources Office will send a copy to Sedgwick Claims Management Services and submit a claim on your behalf Sedgwick Claims Management Services will then get in

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  • Income Protection & Voluntary Benefits | California State University Stanislaus
    Standard 2016 Voluntary Life Insurance Rates pdf DCRA Brochure pdf HCRA Brochure pdf ASI FSA Debit Card Application pdf ASI FSA Debit Card Information pdf Employee Discount Program for Government Employees Tickets at Work TicketsatWork is the leading Corporate Entertainment Benefits provider offering exclusive discounts special offers and access to preferred seating and tickets to top attractions theme parks shows sporting events movie tickets hotels and much more TicketsatWork is a unique benefit offered exclusively to companies and their employees company code is csustan Verizon Wireless Government employees may receive the 15 employee discount on voice plans of 34 99 and above and 20 discount on select data plans To register go to www verizonwireless com getdiscounts click on employee discounts and add your corporate e mail address You will receive a confirmation email sent to your corporate email address inbox within minutes Complete the process by opening the email and select Register Your Line follow the prompts to enter your name and primary mobile number information Once registered you may continue on to Get Shopping to upgrade equipment or order new service with new equipment Employee accounts support 800 922 0204 New customers please visit any Verizon Wireless retail location to activate new service with Verizon Wireless under our government employee program WEMCA profile 559201 Government Employee Discounts go to www verizonwireless com getdiscounts Verizon web site for plans and equipment pricing www verizonwireless com AT T Stanislaus State employees qualify for savings up to 17 off of qualifying AT T wireless services In addition you are also eligible for waived activation and upgrade fees and up to 75 in bill credits on qualifying new lines of service through 6 30 13 New and existing AT T customers can visit www att com wireless csustanislaus to sign up or

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  • Healthy Air Living & Rideshare | California State University Stanislaus
    alternative modes of transportation for faculty and staff at Stanislaus State The focus of the Rideshare program is to encourage faculty and staff to Find alternative modes of transportation such as carpooling public transportation walking or riding a bike Take a step towards a healthier life by walking or riding a bike Learn about the financial benefits of carpooling public transportation walking or riding a bike to work Carpooling or taking public transportation is a good way to go when you are trying to cut down on expenses If you live in the surrounding cities of Turlock then you can easily find a public transportation route Or if you and some co workers find that carpooling is a good option then be sure to look at the Guaranteed Ride Home Program to help ease your doubts leaving your vehicle at home in case an emergency should occur Employee Form Guaranteed Ride Home What is Guaranteed Ride Home Find a Public Transportation Route Walking Another mode of transportation to consider if you live close to the campus is walking Not only does is save money on transportation the health benefits are incredible Reduced chance of heart attack and stroke Lowers risk of diabetes Reduces stress Increases energy Weight loss For more walking benefits click here Biking Riding a bicycle to and from work is a great alternative transportation choice that is fun and supports a healthy lifestyle Whether your current bike needs a tune up or you are in the market for a new one these local bike shops are a great place to start Oakdale Bicycle Shop Bike Works Turlock CA Fun Sport Bikes Modesto CA World Of Wheels Modesto CA How do you know if walking biking carpooling or other means of transportation are the right things for you

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/hr/employee-benefits/healthy-air-living-rideshare (2016-02-15)
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  • Glossary | California State University Stanislaus
    the type of dental treatment they receive Members may choose a dentist in the Delta Premier network and pay less Election Date The date your enrollment form is received by the Human Resources Office Golden Handshake An early retirement incentive program that provides you with additional age or years of service credit enabling you to receive a higher retirement benefit than otherwise possible FMLA Family and Medical Leave Act Covered employers must grant an eligible employee up to a total of 12 workweeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period for one or more of the following reasons for the birth and care of the newborn child of the employee for placement with the employee of a son or daughter for adoption or foster care to care for an immediate family member spouse child or parent with a serious health condition or to take medical leave when the employee is unable to work because of a serious health condition HMO Health Maintenance Organization A health plan that provides care from specific doctors and hospitals that contract with the plan Usually there are no claim forms to be completed and there is often a geographically restricted service area HMOs offer members a range of health benefits including preventive care for a monthly fee with no deductibles or maximums They also set copayments for the care you receive The HMO will give you a list of doctors for your use in choosing a primary care physician PCP The PCP coordinates all your care including referrals to a specialist If you go outside of the HMO without a referral from the plan you ll be responsible for the total cost of services except for emergencies or urgent care services HMOs are only available in designated California services areas MES Medical Eye Services Open Enrollment This is the time you can enroll change health plans or add eligible family members You ll receive your Health Plan Statement before the open period begins with information on your current coverage and the steps you ll need to take if you need to make changes Any changes made during open enrollment take effect the following January 1 PCP Primary Care Physician PERS Public Employees Retirement System another acronym sometimes used in place of CalPERS California Public Employees Retirement System Visit CalPERS website PERSCare PPO plans that cater to individuals who value freedom of choice Unlike a health maintenance organization where a primary care physician directs all medical care PERSCare and PERS Choice allow you to manage your own care You can see a specialist without a referral and can change physicians whenever you wish Also there are no restricted geographic service areas so coverage is provided anywhere in the world Also see PERSChoice PERSChoice PPO plan that cater to individuals who value freedom of choice Unlike a health maintenance organization where a primary care physician directs all medical care PERSCare and PERS Choice allow you to manage your own care You can see a specialist without

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