14 Kwiecień 2021
Usnh Collective Bargaining Agreement
Autor: Anna Pilsniak. Kategorie: Bez kategorii .
Keene State offers a competitive overall compensation package for our employees through the New Hampshire university system. Staff and teachers in supported positions benefit from a large number of medical plans, dental care, a generous defined contribution pension plan and paid time, as well as life insurance, long-term disability and access to other voluntary programs. Karyn Kaminski is at your disposal for all your questions of benefit! You will also find detailed information on the plans through the USNH human resources links. The faculty and staff have access to the Employee Assistance Program (EAP), workers` compensation insurance and unemployment. Some adjunctaires may also qualify for medical plan registration or contributions to a 403B retirement plan. For more information or to see how you can qualify for usnH Adjunct Benefits, please call Karyn Kaminski at 358-2486. The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is an important benefit that will be available from January 2015 to all USNH employees (excluding student staff). The EAP provides confidential advice to staff members or their loved ones who need a family. EAP also provides initial support for legal advice, financial advice and life coaching. Faculties of study of five or more semesters are covered by the KSCAA collective agreement. Company staff participate in the USNH Benefits Program, which offers three medical options, two levels of dental coverage, life insurance, long-term disability and a generous defined contribution pension plan. Information on relevant policies and programs can be found in the company`s personnel manual. To change benefits, employees must have access to MyBenefits.USNH.edu.
. A full package of benefits is available for our faculty, most of which are covered by the collective agreement with the Keene State College Educational Association. A summary of the services can be provided in the KSCEA Faculty Benefit Overview. Contract doctes are non-tenure track faculties that provide services to the institution and often intervene to provide university programs when there are vacancies at Tenure-Track. Sub-contractors have access to their own generous services, as described in the USNH Faculty/Staff Benefit Overview.