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Lily Galindo, Benefits/Risk Management Coordinator
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Ashley Elmore, Benefits Specialist
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Welcome to the Dickinson ISD Benefits Homepage. Here you will find basic information about the benefits offered by DISD as well as resources to our services.
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available to all employees at no cost. Lifeworks can be reached in English at 1-888-456-1324 or Spanish at 1-888-732-9020, 24/7 or at www.lifeworks.com/us, enter User ID: Dickinson and Password: lifeworks. Please don't hesitate to use EAP during this difficult time. Due to the high demand, please allow 24-72 hours to receive a response. An EAP customer service representative will contact you as soon as possible. Thank you!
Click below for Benefits Overview, Active Care Plan Highlights, or Active Care Changes for 2020-2021.
NEW THIS YEAR! Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) will
be the medical plan carrier as of Sept. 1, 2020.
Click below for Active Care Plan Highlights and Active Care Changes for 2019-2020
Start planning for retirement today!
For questions regarding a 403b and 457 Retirement Plan, please contact TCG Administrators directly at 1-800-943-9179 anytime during the year. You may also go to www.tcgservices.com for more information regarding these additional retirement benefit plans. It's never too early or too late to start saving! Substitutes can also call TCG for 457 FICA Alternative Plan information. TCG can also answer questions regarding the CARES Act provisions passed by Congress to positively impact retirement plan participants.
Benefits for the 2019-2020 school year will be effective September 1, 2019 through August 31, 2020. Please see below tabs for more information and/or click the link above to the Benefits HUB.
The 2019-2020 Open Enrollment period for all benefits (medical, vision, etc.) is July 15 - August 16, 2019. After this time, benefit enrollment is only available to new hires and/or employees with a family status change/qualifying life event.
The Family Medical Leave Act is an unpaid leave regulated by the U. S. Department of Labor. Employees are eligible to take FML if they have worked for their employer for at least 12 months and have worked for at least 1,250 hours over the previous 12 months. If you qualify for FML, you may take up to 12 work weeks (60 days) of leave. Please see Employee Handbook for more information and qualifying reasons. You may also contact Lily Galindo, Benefits/Risk Management Coordinator or Ashley Elmore, Benefits Specialist for questions regarding family medical leave.
Employees injured on the job must report such injury to the campus nurse or his/her immediate supervisor when the injury occurs and complete the required documentation. The supervisor or designee must complete the Accident Investigation Report with as much information as available. This information should then be forwarded to Human Resources the same day of the accident or as soon as you are notified of the accident. Regardless if the employee seeks medical treatment or not a report must be completed and sent to HR. If medical treatment is needed, the employee or supervisor must notify HR and may go to one of the approved clinics. The employee may also go to the doctor of their choice, as long as the doctor accepts workers' compensation claims and is willing to file any necessary forms. The District's workers' compensation insurance is with Claims Administrative Services and they can be reached at 1-800-765-2412 or www.cas-services.com. You may also contact Lily Galindo, Benefits/Risk Management Coordinator or Ashley Elmore, Benefits Specialist for questions regarding workers compensation.
The purpose of the sick leave bank is to provide sick leave days to members of the bank in the event of an unexpected critical illness or surgery or a short-term inability to work due to a serious injury of a bank member or member's spouse, child, or parent, causing the member to be unable to perform the duties of his or her position. Days may be requested from the bank only after the member has exhausted all accumulated sick leave, local sick leave days, and accrued vacation days. In order to enroll in the sick leave bank, an employee must be employed for at least a year and may elect to join the sick leave bank during the following open enrollment by contributing at least two local sick days. The employee will complete the enrollment process through the BenefitsHUB. Current employees may log into the BenefitsHUB anytime during the year to see if they are a member of the sick leave bank. For questions regarding the sick leave bank and to request a donation of days, please contact Lily Galindo, Benefits/Risk Management Coordinator at 281-229-6050 or email@example.com.
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