|Employee Benefit Overview|
Paid Holidays per year for the calendar year of 2012 = 13
Regular, part-time employees working at least 20 hours per week are eligible for vacation on a pro-rata basis.
Sick Leave accrual = 12 paid sick days per year.
The Medical Benefit Plan is self-insured, self-funded by Campbell County Government. Premiums are currently 100% paid by the County for regular, eligible employees who work 40 hours/week; pro-rated for employees working 30-40 hours/week. Those working 20-29 hours/week may participate at their own cost.
The Dental Benefit Plan is self-insured, self-funded by Campbell County Government. Premiums currently are 100% paid by the County for regular, eligible employees who work 40 hours/week; pro-rated for employees working 30-40 hours/week. Those working 20-29 hours/week may participate at their own cost.
Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance is provided by a third party insurance company. Life insurance is included in the premium paid for health insurance. Employee basic life coverage is equal to 1 X annual salary to a maximum of $50,000. Dependent coverage is equal to $2,000. Employee AD&D is equal to the amount of basic life coverage. Supplemental basic life insurance is available for employee and dependents at the employee's expense.
Supplemental Life Insurance: This insurance may be purchased by the employee for themselves and their spouse to maximum of $500,000 for employee and $250,000 for the spouse.
Long-Term Disability (LTD) Insurance is provided by a third party insurance company. Benefit for eligible, qualifying employees is 60% of monthly earnings to a maximum of $5,000 per month, less any other benefit received. Benefits are subject to a 180-day elimination period.
Flexible Benefits Plan allows employees to contribute pre-tax dollars for health, dependent care and vision care expenses and when applicable, premiums.
Retirement is provided through the Wyoming Retirement System. The employee contribution is 7% and 7.12% for the employer of the employee's gross pay. Currently, both the employee and the employer contribution is funded by Campbell County. The Plan is a defined benefit pension plan, and employees must be classified as regular employees, working at least 20 hours/week to be eligible to participate. Pension Plan Handbook
Optional Vision Insurance is provided by Vision Service Plan (VSP). Employees pay 100% of the premium.
Employee Assistance Plan (EAP) is provided by the County for all regular employees working at least 20 hours a week. The service is free and confidential.
Retiree Medical Benefit - Eligible employees and their spouse may continue their medical coverage by paying 100% of the premium. Employees must be at least 60 years of age and have at least 17 years of service with Campbell County.
More information regarding benefits can be found in the Personnel & Benefit binders as well as by contacting the HR Department. All benefits are subject to eligibility requirements and may change at any time. In the case of a difference between this summary and the master policies, the master policies will be controlling.