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​​​​​​​​​​5.7 Employee Benefits

​​​​​All employees must be offered the benefits package for which they are eligible as determined by the archdiocese. A record of the employee's choices concerning medical, den​tal, vision, short and long-term ​disa​bility insurance, and life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance must be kept in a separate​ medical file for each employee. Specific information about each benefit is available in the Be​nefits​ Guide (red) and Benefits Guide (blue)​(for ACC, Cemeteries and Mortuaries).

Archdiocesan employees have the option to enroll eligible dependents for medical, vision, and dental benefits. Eligible dependents of employees include:​

  • A spouse
  • Dependent children, up to age 26, regardless of student status

  • Any dependent child who is incapable of self-support because of a medical or physical disability that the employee claims on his or her federal tax return

If an employee waives any benefit, a signed written waiver indicating each benefit the employee has voluntarily chosen t​o refuse must be kept in the employee's medical file​​.

Many employee benefits are determined by federal and state law. The policies governing these benefits must be followed by each location.

See the New Hire Orientation Checklist for the benefits that can be made available.



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