(Effective July 1, 2022)
Begin accruing first day of employment and cannot be taken until successful completion of probationary period, EXCESS of 40 DAYS [320 hours] will be deposited into an 106 Premium Reimbursement Account.
0 months – 3 years 1 day per month (12 days per year)
4 years – 9 years 1 ¼ days per month (15 days per year)
10 years – 15 years 1 ¾ days per month (21 days per year)
Over 15 years 2 days per month (24 days per year)
* Please note that leave is prorated according to your status determined by actual hours worked*
Begin accruing first day of employment (UMLIMITED ACCUMULATION)
1 day is allowed after first month of employment
1 ¼ days per month accumulation
For new employees, personal leave is prorated according to schedule below, for the first year only. Any employee on board as of December 31st of each year automatically receives 8 days as of January 1st the following year. (NOTE: Personal Leave may not be taken until successful completion of probationary period; personal leave will be lost if not taken before December 31st of each year.)
1/1 to 1/31 6 days 4/1 to 4/30 3 days
2/1 to 2/28 5 days 5/1 to 5/31 2 days
3/1 to 3/31 4 days 6/1 to 6/30 1 day
7/1 to 12/31 0 days
Up to 12 weeks per year
3 days + 1 day for extended travel
3 weeks per year with no loss in pay for Reserve or National Guard Training, Active Duty and serving during emergencies.
No loss in pay while serving Jury Duty.
State Pension System (7% employee contribution)
Provides the employee with a range of health care and other employee benefit options which gives employee the opportunity to design a benefit plan that best meets the employee’s needs. Employee may use available credits to purchase the following:
HEALTH INSURANCE – CareFirst Triple Option and BlueChoice Opt-Out Plus Open Access and Kaiser Permanente (all plans include prescription drug coverage)
DENTAL INSURANCE – CareFirst Dental PPO Plus Plan and CareFirst Dental PPO Plan
VISION INSURANCE – Provided through BlueVision Plus
FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNTS – Provided through American Fidelity. Employees may fund health and child care expenses on a pre-tax basis.
PRE-TAX – All deductions for health, dental, vision and flexible spending accounts are subject to deductions from paycheck before federal and state taxes are applied.
Provided through MetLife - $50,000 policy – NO COST TO EMPLOYEE
SUPPLEMENTAL LIFE (TERM/WHOLE/UNIVERSAL AND AD&D)
Provided through MetLife.
LONG TERM DISABILITY
Provided through MetLife.
Lincoln Financial Group – Retirement Consultant David Weiland
Phone 410-236-2494 Email- Dave.Weiland@LFG.com
[Customer Service Representative 1-800-234-3500]
RETIREE HEALTH CARE INSURANCE BENEFITS
Employees hired on or after 7/1/2010 will have an automatic PEHP account made available as the primary retiree healthcare benefit. This 105(h) Universal Reimbursement Account will only be able to be accessed upon separation of service and/or retirement whichever applicable. These accounts are employer funded, tax free, & portable with 20 different Nationwide investment options.
These funds are solely for the use of offsetting your premium health care cost, prescriptions, co-pays and deductibles. Upon death funds are made available immediately to the surviving spouse or qualified dependents (as defined by the IRC 152 (a).
DEATH BENEFITS – PAID BY COUNTY
- 50% of accumulated sick leave
- All accumulated annual leave
- Personal leave (maximum of 2 days)
- $50,000 life insurance
- One (1) month’s salary
PAID BY THE COUNTY
One year’s pay (after 1 year’s service) plus employee’s contributions refunded with interest.
HOLIDAYS – 11 per year:
New Year’s Day January 1st
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 3rd Monday in January
President’s Day 3rd Monday in February
Memorial Day last Monday in May
Juneteenth June 19th
Independence Day July 4th
Labor Day 1st Monday in September
Veteran’s Day November 11th
Thanksgiving Day 4th Thursday in November
Friday after Thanksgiving
Christmas Day December 25th
Employee Assistance Program
Travel and Official Expense Reimbursement
Uniforms and Safety Clothing