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Benefits

Employment

View Point Health offers benefits through the State of Georgia. Salaried employees scheduled to work at least 30 hours per week are eligible to enroll.

Health Benefits
Under the State Health Benefit Plan, employees may choose single or family coverage in one of two Health Maintenance Organizations (HMO), Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRA) or High Deductible Health Plans (HDHP). Each plan offers a full range of benefits, including prescription drug coverage. View Point Health pays approximately 75% of the cost of the health plans. Employee costs will depend on the coverage and  options chosen.

Please refer to the Department of Community Health's web page for detailed information: http://dch.georgia.gov/health-plans-programs

Flexible Benefits Program
Available benefits include employee group term and dependent life insurance, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, long and short-term disability insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, legal insurance, specified illness and long-term care insurance. Pre-tax health care and dependent care spending accounts are also available.

Please refer to the Human Resources Adminstration's web page for detailed information on flexible benefits: http://www.hra.doas.ga.gov.

Employee Assistance Program
Salaried View Point Health employees are covered by APS Healthcare's Employee Assistance Program.  The program helps employees with work/life balance by providing one-on-one counseling sessions on a wide range of personal topics, including stress, legal issues, finances, and family issues.

Retirement/Deferred Compensation Program
Employees who work at least 1000 hours per year participate in the Employees' Qualified Trust (401k) IRS qualified retirement deferred compensation plan. View Point Health contributes 7.5% of each employee's salary into the 401k plan. Employees may also contribute via payroll deduction up to the maximum allowed under IRS regulations. View Point Health employees participate in the 401k plan in lieu of the Social Security retirement program. They do continue to pay for the Medicare portion of Social Security via mandatory payroll deduction.

Employees are fully vested for the employer portion of 401k contributions after 5 years of employment, with partial vestment on a percentage basis each year.

For detailed information on the Deferred Compensation Program, refer to the web site for Peach State Reserves: http://www.ers.ga.gov

Paid Time Off
View Point Health offers paid time off to salaried employees who work at least 20 hours per week.  PTO is accrued each pay period based on years of service as follows:

  5 hours per semi-monthly pay period for up to 3 years of service
  6 hours per semi-monthly pay period from 4 through 7 years of service
  7 hours per semi-monthly pay period for 8 years of service or longer.

Part-time salaried employees working 20-39 hours per week earn pro-rated PTO based on their percentage of full-time hours.  PTO is used for approved absences. Employees may accumulate up to 480 hours and are expected to maintain a balance of at least 120 hours to cover unexpected illnesses or accidents. 

Twice per year, eligible employees may cash out unused PTO hours above the 120 hour minimum at 50% of their dollar value.

Holidays
Employees are provided with 9 paid holidays per year.

Part-time salaried employees working 20-39 hours per week earn pro-rated holiday leave based on their percentage of full-time hours.

Credit Union
View Point Health employees are eligible to become members of Georgia United Credit Union.

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