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CHC During COVID-19: Services Are Available!
CHC employees are eligible to participate in CHC’s health and welfare plans if you are regularly scheduled to work at least 30 hours per week. Your benefits become effective on your hire date, no waiting period!
We offer 12 different health plan options allowing our employees to choose the plan best suited to their personal needs. Choices include Blue Shield, Kaiser and United HealthCare with options for HMO or PPO plans and varying deductibles. There is NO EMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTION required for employees who choose Employee-Only HMO coverage!
We also offer Dental and Vision coverage, again with NO EMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTION required for Employee-Only coverage! Dental coverage is through United HealthCare and vision coverage is through Vision Service Plan (VSP).
Benefit eligible employees receive basic term life and personal accident insurance (PAI) coverage equal to 1x basic annual earnings, with a minimum of $15,000 and a maximum of $50,000. Employees can buy additional life and personal accident insurance through CIGNA.
CHC also offers discounted rates on pet insurance and long term care for your four-legged family members to help cover unexpected costs for accidents, illness, emergency visits, and vet bills.
Benefit eligible employees receive Short-Term and Long-Term Disability with the option to purchase extra voluntary insurance at a discount.
Security for the next chapter.
CHC proudly offers all employees a 401(k) plan, which provides a way for you to contribute pre-tax dollars and save for your retirement. Effective your first day of employment with CHC, you are eligible to participate and can choose from a variety of options based on your personal investment style. CHC provides an annual discretionary contribution to your 401(k).
Health Savings Account (HSA) is a tax-saving opportunity for employees who elect a high-deductible health plan. Employee contributions are used to reimburse themselves for out-of-pocket expenses.
If you’re paying for daycare for your children, a Dependent Care FSA is another tax-saving opportunity to set aside a portion of current earnings on a pre-tax basis for later reimbursement of qualifying dependent care expenses.
529 College Savings Plans are tax-advantaged college investment programs that help employees meet rising college costs. Plan participants make post-tax contributions to an account on behalf of a beneficiary.
CHC participates in the WageWorks commuter benefits program to use pre-tax dollars for mass transit and/or parking expenses.
As a non-profit agency tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, our employees may take advantage of the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program. For more information, visit StudentAid.gov/publicservice.
— A CHC Clinician