NYSCC Temporary Hourly Staff
- Health Insurance ~ The New York State Health Insurance Program
If effective date of hire 1st -15th, coverage effective the 1st of following month, if effective date of hire 16th-end of month, coverage effective the 1st of the month after following month.
- The Empire Plan (can live/work in all counties in NY)
- Blue Choice (must live/work in Livingston, Monroe, or Ontario County)
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Western NY (must live/work in Allegany, Cattaraugus, or Chautauqua County)
- HMO Blue (must live/work in Ontario or Steuben County)
- Independent Health (must live/work in Allegany, Cattaraugus, or Chautauqua County)
- MVP Health Care (must live/work in Livingston, Monroe, or Steuben County)
- Dental Insurance ~ Emblem Health
Dental coverage is effective the 1st of the month following six full months of employment at no cost to the employee.
- Vision Insurance ~ EyeMed
Vision coverage is available the 1st of the month following hire; premiums are the responsibility of the employee. For full time temporary employees, only.
Eligible after six months of at least half-time continuous service, will accrue based on classification. Regular, full-time employees accrue hours every pay-period for a total of 10 days per anniversary year for the first year of service, a total of 15 days for the second through fifth years, and 20 days for the sixth year and beyond. (Can have 1 times allotment as a maximum) After an initial 3-month probationary period, employees may use accrued time. A maximum payout of 5 days will be paid upon termination of employment with the University and/or moving to a position that does not have a vacation provision.
- Sick Days
Temporary, full-time employees, accrue hours per pay-period for a total of 18 days per year (maximum 200 days). Temporary, part time employees, accrue 1.33 hours per pay-period. Sick days are accrued and available immediately after accruing with no waiting period.
- Retirement Plan ~ Mandatory for all full-time employees
Employees’ Retirement System (ERS) ~ Defined Benefit Plan
The employee will contribute 3%-6% of their annual salary (depending on salary); vest after 5 years of employment.
- Supplemental Retirement Plan
Employees may also contribute pre-tax or post-tax dollars to a Supplemental Retirement Annuity to enhance their retirement savings.
- Short-term Disability Insurance ~ Sun Life
Temporary, full-time employees, regularly working a minimum of 30 hours per week, can elect short-term disability coverage upon hire or during open enrollment. This insurance will provide you with 26 work weeks off from work should you become disabled. This benefit will provide 50% of weekly earnings ($1,500 maximum weekly benefit). Premiums are the responsibility of the employee.
- Short-term Disability Insurance ~ State of New York
Coverage begins after four consecutive weeks of service for full-time employees; after 25 regular work days for part-time employees. This insurance will provide you with 26 work weeks off from work should you become disabled. This benefit will provide 50% of weekly earnings ($170 maximum weekly benefit). There is no cost to the employee for this benefit.
- Paid Family Leave ~ Sun Life
Full-time employees are covered after 26 weeks of employment, part-time employees are covered after 175 days of employment. This leave provides paid time off to bond with a newly born, adopted, or fostered child, to care for a family member with a serious health condition, or assist loved ones when a family member is deployed abroad on active military duty. This leave provides a 12 week maximum benefit at 67% of weekly wages, up to the New York State Average Weekly Wage. Employees are responsible for the cost of the premium.
- Flexible Spending Accounts ~ Benefit Resources
Temporary, full-time employees, Dependent Care and Medical Flex: These are flexible spending account programs that provide employees with the opportunity of paying for medical, child care, elder care, or other dependent care expenses on a tax-free basis.
- Group Travel Insurance
Travel Accident insurance covers employees traveling on University Business (not including commuting to or from work) at no cost to the employee.
Parking of employee vehicles is free of charge. Employees must register vehicles with the Public Safety office. Registration with appropriate permit displayed allows employees to park in designated areas. The University will not be held liable for parking tickets, expenses, or losses associated with this benefit.
- Identification Card
Photos for Alfred University ID cards are taken in the Human Resources Office, Greene Hall. Use of some facilities, eligibility for a parking sticker or library card, and entrance to certain University activities requires such proof of identification.
- Campus Recreational Facilities
McLane Center houses a pool and a multi-purpose gymnasium, basketball, volleyball, tennis courts, etc. Facilities are available free of charge to Alfred University employees and dependents. The Fitness Center, also located in McLane Center, is available free for employees and their immediate families.
- Use of Herrick and Scholes Libraries
With the employee ID card, library privileges, including circulation and reference services, are available free of charge.
- Email Address
Employees are issued an email address free of charge upon orientation. Email is the official means of communication at Alfred University; therefore, all employees must use their Alfred University account.
Employees are paid every other Friday on a two week lagged payroll. Depending on your start date within a pay-period, you may have to wait up to 5 weeks before receiving your first full paycheck. Bi-weekly timesheets are due in BannerWeb by the next Wednesday after a pay-period ends.
Please refer to the Human Resources Benefits Website for further clarification.
The University reserves the right to amend, delete, or change the cost arrangements of any benefit plan, or part thereof, any time, at its sole discretion, and without prior notice to employees or retirees. In addition, the University offers no guarantee or warranty of benefits to employees or retirees.