ACSUM CONTRACT TENTATIVE AGREEMENT 2011-2013 . HECCP, Wages and Health Ins. HECCP: How it works. The Hourly Employee Compensation and Classification Program (HECCP) is NOT a point factor system. Based on the “Decision Band Method”
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HECCP, Wages and Health Ins.
Job Family: Administrative Support
Job Classification: Clerk
Career Levels: Admin spec. CL 1
Admin Spec. CL 2
Admin Spec. CL 3
Example of Individual “possibilities”:
Employee is currently AA II. In new system what will they become?
Answer: It Depends on the PDQ!
First assigned to a job family, then a job title.
CL 1, CL 2, or CL 3
Answer: It varies depending upon the individual employee’s situation, current wage, new allocation, etc.
Full Time regular unit members will pay the above amounts (11.25% of single and 13.25% of the incremental cost for dependent coverage ) retroactive to 1/1/12.
Additionally, unit members will pay the above costs for 3 months following ratification, however during this 3 month period, unit members may qualify for and receive the wellness premium incentive share described below.
Note: Article Section A3b indicates that if a State or Federal health insurance mandate increases costs and results in a mid-year premium change, the employee will continue to pay the same percentage share of the new premium.
Note: Article Section A3a continues the rebate to employees for premiums charged in excess of claims.
Level 1 requirements:
Level 2 requirements:
Earn $100 incentive bonus if plan participants
1. Maintain out of pocket cap of $1300 for individuals and $1,950 for families
2. Change to a 4 tier copay arrangement
$5 preferred generics, $10 tier 1 medications, $25 tier 2, and $40 tier 3.
2. Quality and Cost tiered networks for Hospitals.
3. Quality tiered networks for PCPs