- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Short Term Disability
- Long Term Disability
- Critical Illness
- Universal Life Insurance with Living Benefits
- Hospital Indemnity
- Legal Plan
- Identity Theft Protection
- 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan
- 529 College Savings Plan
- Tuition/Certification Reimbursement
- Student Loan Repayment
- Employee Assistance Program
- Child Care Center
- Employee Loans
Find answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about benefits and coverage.
When are benefits effective?
Health and welfare benefits are effective the first of the month after the first 30 days of employment. Annual and sick leave are effective on the first date of employment.
When do I need to complete my online benefit enrollment through UKG?
The online enrollment needs to be complete within 30 days from your date of hire. Click here to view a how-to guide to complete the online enrollment.
What supporting documentation do I need to submit?
After completing your online enrollment, send your marriage certificate if adding a spouse, and/or birth certificates if adding children within 30 days to Human Resources by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop by the Human Resources office at Renown Regional Medical Center.
What happens if I don’t complete my online benefit enrollment through UKG on time?
If enrollment forms are not submitted timely, even to decline benefits, employees will be automatically enrolled in medical, rx, vision, and no dental.
When will I get my insurance cards?
Insurance cards will be sent approximately 7 to 10 business days after enrollment form have been received.
Can my spouse be covered?
Yes, a legal spouse can be enrolled in medical benefits if they are not offered group health coverage through their employer. Complete a spouse affidavit online to add your spouse. Legal spouses can also be enrolled in other benefits including dental, life insurance, accidental death & dismemberment, critical illness and/or accident.
When is vacation time available to me?
Annual leave time is available on day one of employment. Exempt employees annual leave is front-loaded and hourly (non-exempt) employees accrue annual leave each pay period. Annual leave is subject to prior approval from the person to whom an employee reports and is granted according to the needs of the department.
When is sick time available to me?
Sick time is calculated at the close of a pay period and available for use in the following pay period. To use sick leave pay, employees must appropriately notify the person to whom he/she reports.
What does exempt and non-exempt mean?
Employees are classified as exempt or nonexempt based on their job categories and duties performed. Exempt employees are exempt from the overtime provision of the Fair Labor Standards Act because they meet the specific criteria for exemption. Nonexempt employees are subject to wage and hour laws, such as overtime pay. Nonexempt employees must clock in and out to record their time worked.