A new cost effective way for you to see a physician via phone or video. Telemedicine can be used for minor illnesses, including flu, coughs and colds, mental health counseling and dermatology, to name a few examples. It is available 24 hours a day, 365 daysa year. All medical carriers offer this service.
The CityFit Wellness at Work Program for 2017 offers employees the opportunity to earn two (2) sets of financial Rewards by engaging in and completing the following activities:
Monthly Check-ins and
One Activity of your choice, including new programs such as Pittsburgh Beats the Pack - an outreach course with cessation medications to help you kcick the habit for good. 2018 will carry a financial reward for those who are tobacco free.
A Confidential and completely voluntary program, unless completion is required for your position. Only you decide whether or not to use the help. HealthAdvocate; Login information - Password: city of pittsburgh.. Explore the link in red across the top of the page on resources, personal well being, relationships, financial, wellness, legal and personal growth.
Eligible employees of the City of Pittsburgh can enroll in the City’s Flexible Spending Account Program. This annual program allows an employee to set aside funds for medical and other qualified expenses on a pre-tax basis. The FSA uses a Pre-Paid Debt card specifically for Healthcare Related costs. Your FSA can be used towards expenses like Co-payments, Co-insurance, eye glass, dental or orthodontia expenses.
Eligible employees may participate in the City of Pittsburgh’s vision program through Vision Benefits of America (VBA). Available to employees are three levels of coverage; Basic, Enhanced and Premier.
If elected at time of hire, coverage will begin 90 days following the date of hire unless otherwise stated in a union member’s collective bargaining agreement.
Eligible employees will be enrolled in the City of Pittsburgh’s STD/LTD Plan and be given an option to buy-up to an enhanced plan.
The City of Pittsburgh offers a variety of voluntary benefits including AFLAC, Legal Services, Identity Theft Shield, and Pet Insurance.
Tuition Reimbursement Program
Tuition reimbursement is offered to eligible employees of the City of Pittsburgh. In addition, the City partners with numerous area universities to provide special Tuition Discounts. Call Pam Vogel at (412) 255-2712 for more information.
Eligible employees are enrolled in the City of Pittsburgh Municipal, Police, or Fire Pension Plan.
Municipal Pension Fund Office: 412-255-2655.
457 Deferred Compensation Plan
The City of Pittsburgh offers eligible employees the opportunity to defer compensation on a pre-tax basis into a governmental 457 Plan. A 457 plan is a voluntary non-qualified tax-deferred compensation plan that is similar to a 401K or a 403B. An employee may defer compensation into the plan on a pre-tax basis.
For example; if you earn $25,000 per year, and set aside $3,000 dollars into the plan, you will be taxed on $22,000 per year instead of $25,000 per year.
No waiting period to begin investing or rolling over a previous savings plan. (401K) and/or (403B)
There is a ceiling to how much you can invest per year. $18,000 for anyone under the age of 50. $24,000 for anyone age 50 and over.