Juneau County Employee Benefits
HEALTH INSURANCE WITH ETF
You can visit the ETF Health Insurance website at etf.wi.gov under benefits to insure you receive the maximum benefit.
All regular full-time employees and all regular part-time employees (30 hours or more per week shall be eligible for health insurance coverage.) The employee may select either the single or family coverage. The insurance becomes effective the first day of the month following one complete month of employment. Regular part-time employees shall pay a pro-rated amount for the single or family plan based on hours worked. Juneau County pays a significant portion of the cost of the plan. Juneau County pays 88% of the lowest cost plan and employee 12%.
Please review your ID card for accuracy when you receive it.
HEALTH PLAN RATES
Have questions? ETF 1-877-533-5020 Summary of Benefits and Coverage by Health Plan
The Juneau County Dental benefit plan is provided to employees who work 30 hours or more a week. The effective date is the first day of the next month after hire.
Also, before scheduling appointments for extensive dental care, you may ask your dentist to send the treatment plan to Delta Dental. The plan will be reviewed by Delta Dental and you and your dentist will receive a Predetermination of Benefits form.
Delta Dental’s website https://www.deltadentalwi.com/s/ has a lot to offer. You can use it to obtain coverage information under your plan, check the status of a claim, find a network dentist, evaluate your oral health and learn ways to improve and protect it.
DENTAL PLAN RATES
|Dental Insurance Premiums
|Family Coverage (employee and spouse)
|Family Coverage (employee and child)
|Family Coverage (full family, 3+party)
DENTAL PLAN BENEFIT SUMMARY
DENTAL VISION PLAN
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The effective date is the first day of the next month after hire.
VISION PLAN RATES
|Vision Insurance Premiums
|Employee + 1
|Employee & Family
FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNTS (FSA)
A healthcare FSA lets you use tax-free money to pay for eligible medical expenses.1 FSAs help members realize significant savings on healthcare costs. Don’t think of it as money deducted from your paycheck—think of it as money added to your wallet. The plan year for the FSAs runs January 1st to December 31st.
For added convenience, we have a “Benny” card – a debit type card you can use at time of service and avoid filing claims or submitting receipts in many cases.
1. Healthcare Flexible Spending Account: Use this account to cover the cost of health, dental, vision and hearing expenses which are not covered under an insurance plan for you and your dependents. You may contribute up to $3,200 per year. You can now rollover unused amounts up to $640.
2. Dependent Care Spending Account: Use this account to cover the cost of dependent care while you work. You may use this for expenses for the care of a child under age 13 or a disabled spouse, child or parent. If you are married, your spouse must be employed or attending classes full time for you to use the Dependent Care Spending Account. You may contribute up to $5,000 per year per household to this account or $2,500 per year if you are married and file your taxes separately.
The Flexible Spending Accounts are administered by Health Equity. For more information, call Tabitha Lueneburg at 608.393.6552 or firstname.lastname@example.org|aflac.com.
Juneau County is very pleased to extend to you the opportunity to evaluate voluntary benefit plans available through AFLAC.
Please contact Tabitha Lueneburg, AFLAC Benefits Coordinator 608-393-6552 or email@example.com
LIFE INSURANCE THROUGH ETF
Eligible employees of Juneau County can elect up to four times their salary in term life insurance through Employee Trust Funds (ETF). Enrollment can be done with Human Resources.
Contact ETF at 877.533.5020 or online at http://etf.wi.gov/.
VOLUNTARY SHORT TERM DISABILITY COVERAGE THROUGH AFLAC
Many individuals who wouldn’t dream of leaving their home or car uninsured fail to protect their most important asset: their income. It pays a percentage of a policyholder’s gross income each month while he or she is disabled, adding a vital measure of financial security in a time of need. Rates depend on income & Elimination Period
Contact Tabitha Lueneburg, AFLAC Benefit Coordinator 608-393-6552 or firstname.lastname@example.org
LONG TERM DISABILITY COVERAGE THROUGH THE STANDARD
Juneau County provides employees long-term disability coverage paid at 60% of your eligible earnings, up to a maximum benefit of $5,000 per month. Plan minimum per month $100.00. Benefit waiting period is 90 days.
Enrollment can be done with Human Resources.
Contact information for Long Term Disability with The Standard 1-800-368-1195
WISCONSIN RETIREMENT SYSTEM (WRS) THROUGH ETF
For eligible employees, the total contribution rate to WRS is 13.6% of gross wages; half of that is paid by Juneau County and the other half is paid by the employee via “pre-tax” deductions. Protective status employees the total contribution rate to WRS is 20.02% with 13.6% paid by Juneau County.
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ETF Benefit Specialists are available from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (CST), Monday - Friday. Call 1-877-533-5020