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California Public Employee's Retirement System (PERS). The City participates only in the medicare portion of Social Security.
the City has a cafeteria plan for health, dental and vision insurance
and contributes $469-$1309 monthly towards the plan depending on the
classification. Employees may choose from several health insurance
options. There are also two dental plans to choose from.
2014 Health Benefit
Access+ Evidence of Coverage
NetValue Evidence of Coverage
PERS Care Evidence of Coverage
PERS Choice Evidence of Coverage
PERS Select Evidence of Coverage
PORAC Evidence of Coverage
Insurance: group term life insurance is provided for all regular
employees. The amount of coverage varies depending on the classification. Employees may
purchase additional life insurance for themselves and their dependents.
employees receive 12 days per year increasing to 20 days after 20 years.
employees receive 12-13 days per year depending on the classification.
Leave: employees receive 12 days per year.
Leave: is a benefit available to management employees. The number of
administrative leave hours varies depending on the classification.
Work Schedule: is available to many positions within the City
Disability Insurance: is available for regular employees. The amount of
benefit and contribution by employee varies by classification.
Compensation: is available for employees to set aside a portion of their
salary on a pre-tax basis to supplement retirement.
Program: offered to help employees gain knowledge, skills and motivation
to improve the quality of their lives and well-being.
Assistance Program: a counseling and consultation service designed to help
employees and eligible family members with a wide range of personal issues.
Benefits Program: available to help employees save taxes on: (1) Pre-tax
health insurance premium deductions, (2) Unreimbursed/ uncovered medical expenses, and (3)
Dependent care expenses.
Reimbursement: up to $1500 annually for
job-related educational costs is available to employees.
Reduction Incentive Program (TRIP): incentives are available for employees
who voluntarily participate in alternative forms of transportation to
and from work.
Purchase Program: interest-free loans to employees who have passed
probation and who purchase computers for personal use with City approved software
for City Employees (PACE):
Voluntary organization for professional development training classes, membership
meetings with a variety of speakers, and social functions designed to facilitate
interaction with employees from all departments in a relaxed setting away from work.