Employee Benefits Summary
The School District of Greenfield seeks to attract, retain and motivate the best employees possible.  To that end, in consultation with Hays Companies of Wisconsin, the District offers a comprehensive employee benefit package.  For benefit eligibility questions, please see the appropriate employee handbook or contact Human Resources.

  •  Benefit Summary  Eligibility Paid for by: Employee Cost Provider   Plan Information Health Insurance Eligible employees may elect coverage for themselves and/or family under the group health insurance plan.
    • 50% FTE for professional staff;
    • +30 hours/week for hourly employees
    • Shared (District 90%; Employee 10%) for 100% FTE
    • Employee per month ('17-18): $69.60/Single*
    • Employee per month  ('17-18): $161.77/Family*

      *With completed Health Appraisal
    UHC 2017-18 Plan
    MyUHC Login 
    Full Summary & Plan Design (long)
    Dental Insurance Eligible employees may cover themselves and/or family under the group dental insurance plan.
     
    • 50% FTE for professional staff;
    • 30 hours/week for hourly employees
    • District (100%)
    •  No cost
    Delta 2017-18 Plan Flexible Spending Account A flexible spending account (FSA) is a benefit offered to the employee which allows a fixed amount of pre-tax wages to be set aside for qualified expenses. Qualified expenses may include child care or uncovered medical expenses. The amount set aside must be determined in advance and employees lose any unused dollars in the account at year-end.
    • All employees
    • Employee
    • Employee determines annual amount
    • Available for medical expenses
    • Available for dependent care expenses
    Diversified  
    Plan Enrollment Form
    Guide to pre-tax savings
    Long-Term Disability LTD provides employees with 90% of their earnings should the employee be unable to work.  The employee must be out of work for 60 days before they can receive this benefit.  Health insurance continues to be provided during the period of LTD.
    •  Employees working 20 hours/week
    • District
    •  No cost
    National Insurance Services Teachers
    Admin
    Clerical
    Custodian
    Short-Term Disability STD is a voluntary benefit.  Maximum benefit duration is the length of your disability or up to 60 consecutive calendar days, whichever is less. During the period of STD, the employee is paid a weekly benefit.  The weekly benefit is determined by the amount the employee pays in premiums on a monthly basis.
     
    •  Employees working 20 hours/week
    • Employee
    • Rates vary depending on coverage selected
    National Insurance Services  
    Plan Booklet
     Fraud Insurance All employees are eligible for up to $25,000 to reimburse for costs associated with identity theft/fraud.  
    • All Employees
     District  No cost Travelers: Contact HR for more information
    Employee Assistance Program The District provides employees help through the Employee Assistance Program (EAP).  The EAP is managed by National Insurance Services.  Employees have free access to licensed professionals to assist employees in a number of life issues.

    •  All Employees
    • District
    •  No cost
    National Insurance
    • (866) 451-5465
    Retirement All public employers in Wisconsin belong to the Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS).   Upon retirement, employees receive a monthly annuity based on a number of variables (eligibility, annual earnings, years of service, etc.).  Participation in the WRS is mandatory and exclusive to employees who work a certain number of hours on an annual basis.  Employers must contribute a certain percentage of the cost and the employee is responsible for the other half.  Employee contributions are done via payroll deduction.
    • Employees who work 880 hours/annually (440 hours/annually if enrolled in WRS prior to 7/1/2011)
    • Shared
    • 6.8% of wages by both employee and District (6.7% in 2018)
    Employee Trust Funds  WRS Life Insurance The District provides basic life insurance (at the employee’s annual salary) to eligible employees.  There is no cost to the employee unless the employee chooses to purchase additional coverage.  Additional coverage includes supplemental and spouse/dependent coverage.
    • WRS eligible employees (see "retirement")
    • District 1X; Employee up to 5X
    • No cost for Basic (1X)
    • Variable cost for additional coverage based on age and amount of coverage
    Employee Trust Funds Overview
    Plan Booklet 
    Vision Insurance Vision is a voluntary benefit.  Coverage includes exams, frames, lenses, contacts and Lasik.
    •  All employees
    • Employee
     
    • Employee per month: $9.65/Single
    • Employee per month: $24.15/Family
    Superior Vision Vision Plan
    Getting Started with the Vision Plan 
    Tax-Sheltered Annuity (TSA) Employees can save for retirement through a tax-sheltered annuity (TSA).  Contributions are made through payroll deduction to a specific list of 403(b) and 457 vendors.  The District uses MidAmerica as the 3rd party administrator.
    •  All employees
    • Employee
    •  No cost; voluntary
    MidAmerica (get started)
    457 Account Employees may also contribute pre-tax income into a 457 account through the Wisconsin Deferred Compensation (WDC)  Program.
    • Employees eligible for WRS
    • Employee
    •  No cost; voluntary
    Wisconsin Employee Trust Funds  Plan information Health Reimbursement Account Employees who had a HRA under the former health insurance plan may seek reimbursement for health care related costs.
    •  N/A
    •  N/A
    •  N/A
    MidAmerica Summary of Benefits and Coverage Notice for your HRA plan Health Savings Account  Employees who had a HSA under the former health insurance plan may access this account for payment of health care related costs.
    •  N/A
    •  N/A
    •  N/A
     Diversified   Supplemental Coverage Retirees over the age of 65, on Medicare, may elect supplemental coverage at their own expense through Benistar.
    • Board-approved retirees
    • Retiree
    •  Variable
    Benistar
    District-Sponsored Post-Employment Benefit (Professional Educators) Upon retirement, age and years of service requirement, eligible employees may receive a post-employment benefit in the form of a TSA.
    • Professional Educators
    • District
    •  No cost
    District-sponsored  District-Sponsored Post-Employment Benefit (Classified Staff)
    Upon retirement, age and years of service requirement, eligible employees may receive a post-employment benefit in the form of a TSA.
    • Classified Staff
    • District
    •  No cost
    District-sponsored
    District-Sponsored Post-Employment Benefit (Management & Professional/Technical Employees)
    Management Team/administration and Professional/Technical employee receive a percentage of their salary in the form of a TSA. 
    • Management & Professional/Technical Employees
    • District
    •  No cost
    MidAmerica