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EDB MANUAL, SECTION E - BENEFITS

E4.0 EDB BENEFITS - INSURANCE ELIGIBILITY


E4.1 Benefits Eligibility Level Indicator (BELI)

Detailed information regarding eligibility criteria for assigning BELI codes can be found in Chart 4.A.


The BELI code indicates the eligibility for health and welfare benefits. Initial eligibility is based on (1) the appointment type, duration of appointment, and percentage of appointment or (2) after 1,000 eligible hours on pay status regardless of appointment. Initial eligibility is based on these criteria. To continue eligibility, an employee must maintain an average paid time of at least 17.5 hours per week.

The preparer enters the "Assigned BELI" and "Effective Date" and the system then derives a "Derived BELI" (a display-only field) which is based on information entered in specific fields or a group of fields. In most cases, the Assigned BELI and the Derived BELI will be identical. Before enrolling an employee in University benefits, ensure that the Assigned BELI and the Derived BELI are in compliance.

This EPER screen (shown below) is one of two screens that can be used to add, change or correct BELI data. This screen is part of the New Hire & Re-Hire bundles.

  PPEPER0-E0943                 EDB Entry/Update                02/17/YY 13:20:38
  01/31/YY 23:41:35         Personnel-Miscellaneous             Userid:  ABCDE   
  ID: 121212121 Name: EXAMPLE,IMA                                 Pri Pay: MO    
                                                                                 
  Assigned BELI: 1 Derived BELI : 1        Effective Date: 0701YY                
  BELI Status Qualifiers:  Primary:    Date:         Secondary:    Date:         
  Date of Hire                  : 0701YY   Original Hire Date: 0701YY            
  Employee Relations Code       : E      Employee Relations Unit: CX             
  Probationary Period End Date  :                                                
  Next Salary Review Date       : 07YY   Next Salary Review Type: 2              
  Merit Rate Increase Percent   :                                                
  Home Department               : 356500 PAYROLL                                 
  Primary Title Code            : 4722   _____ASSISTANT III                      
  Employee Unit Code            : CX     Employee Representation Code   : C      
  Employee Special Handling Code:        Employee Distribution Unit Code:        
  Job Group ID                  : D06                                            
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E4.2 Assigned BELI

The BELI - Benefits Eligibility Level Indicator -  is a one-digit code that controls enrollments in the Health and Welfare plans.

1 Eligible for Full Benefits (employee is a member of a retirement system and is appointed to work at least 50% time for 12 months or more OR has been on pay status for 1,000 eligible hours within a rolling 12-month period.
2 Eligible for Mid-Level Benefits (visiting faculty who is not a member of a retirement system, but is appointed to work at least 50% time for 12 months or more.)
3 Eligible for Mid-Level Benefits (employee is not a member of a retirement system and is appointed to work 100% time for 3 months or more, but less than 12 full months.)
4 Eligible for CORE benefits only (employee’s appointments do not meet Level 1, 2, or 3 requirements, but the employee has a 43.75% appointment.)
5 Not eligible for benefits.

Eligibility to Continue Benefits

Continued eligibility for Beli 1,2,3 and 4 requires that the employee maintain an Average Regular Paid Time of 17.5 hours per week on pay status.  The 'Average Paid Time' is a 12 month average and can be found on the IHRS screen.  After 2 consecutive months of insufficient Average Regular Paid Time, the employee must be de-enrolled as of the first of the following month.

NOTE:  Career and Limited appointment types are NOT criteria in determining eligibility for benefits.

The IHR2 screen shown below can be used to verify existing benefits eligibility hours.

 PPIHR20-I1338                     EDB Inquiry                 02/03/YY 13:20:38
 01/30/YY 23:41:35          Hours Toward Eligibility           Userid:  ABCDE   
 ID: 121212121 Name: EXAMPLE,IMA                                  LAD:  11/18/YY
 Hm Dept: 352500 PAYROLL          Emplmt Status: A  Pri Pay: MO                  
 
 Hours Toward Benefits Eligibility        Hours Toward Career Status Eligiblity 
 Total Hrs at Month Begin:     754.01     Total Hrs at Month Begin:     354.00  
 Current Month:                   .00     Current Month:                   .00  
   Jan:     184.00     Jul:        .00      Jan:        .00     Jul:        .00 
 * Feb:        .00     Aug:        .00    * Feb:        .00     Aug:        .00 
   Mar:        .00     Sep:      74.00      Mar:        .00     Sep:      74.00 
   Apr:        .00     Oct:     160.00      Apr:        .00     Oct:     160.00 
   May:        .00     Nov:     192.00      May:        .00     Nov:     120.00 
   Jun:        .00     Dec:     144.01      Jun:        .00     Dec:        .00 
 
                                          As of Date for Counting Hours: 09/16/YY
                                        
                                        
                                        
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The IHRS screen shown below can be used to verify the "Average Paid Time" in the rolling 12-month period.

 PPIHRS0-I0930                     EDB Inquiry                 02/03/YY 13:20:38
 01/30/YY 23:41:35            Hours on Pay Status              Userid:  ABCDE   
 ID: 121212121 Name: EXAMPLE,IMA                                  LAD:  11/18/YY
 Hm Dept: 352500 PAYROLL          Emplmt Status: A  Pri Pay: MO                 
                                                                                
 Hours on Pay Status:  Curr Mnth:           .00                                 
   Jan:     184.00     Jul:         .00                                         
 * Feb:        .00     Aug:         .00           YTD Tot Hrs  :    352.00      
   Mar:        .00     Sep:       74.00           YTD Reg Hrs  :    308.01      
   Apr:        .00     Oct:      160.00           YTD OT Hrs   :      1.00      
   May:        .00     Nov:      192.00           YTD NonWk Hrs:     12.00      
   Jun:        .00     Dec:      144.01           Avg Hr/Wk    :     39.39      
                                                  Prior Service Mths :    0     
 Lv Accr Hrs:       Balance       Maximum         Empl Service Credit:    4     
 Vacation           34.621073       280.04             From Date     : 10/YY    
 Sick Leave         22.805214                                                   
 Compensatory         .00                                                       
 Paid Time Off        .000000                                                   
                                                                                
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Examples of typical staff appointment conditions and their appropriate Assigned BELI code:

NOTE: the system will derive the specific BELI code (codes 6-9) identifying the reason for ineligibility.

E4.3 Derived BELI

Non-enterable field. The code is system-derived and is based on the data that have been entered in specific fields or a group of fields. If a discrepancy exists between the Assigned BELI and the Derived BELI, corrective action must be taken.

1 Eligible for Full Benefits
2 Eligible for Mid-Level Benefits
3 Eligible for Mid-Level Benefits
4 Eligible for CORE benefits only
5 Not eligible for benefits
6 Not eligible (restricted or student appointments)
7 Not eligible (per diem appointment)
8 Not eligible ("by agreement" appointment)
9 Not eligible ("without salary" appointment)
? Previously assigned BELI defaults to a ? when an employee separates or a previous separation date has not been deleted
U Derives whenever the system is unable to calculate a valid paid-time average for the employee AND the employee’s appointment(s) does not qualify for any benefits eligibility above CORE level.
X Derives whenever the system is unable to calculate a valid paid-time average for the employee AND the employee’s EDB record has NO appointment.

E4.4 Effective Date

A six-digit number that indicates the effective date of the employee’s current BELI. An effective date should be entered to reflect any BELI change.

E4.5 BELI Status Qualifier Code

The Status Qualifier code is used to prevent employees in qualified status situations from being reported as "ineligible" and, therefore, subject to de-enrollment from certain benefits. Benefits in effect before the Qualified Status are retained even if the employee’s appointment/average regular paid time falls below the required minimums. The assigned BELI that is in effect before the Qualified Status period begins should not be changed.

20 Average Appointment Percent Employee (Academic)
30 Extended Sick Leave Recipient
40 Stay at Work/Return to Work
60 Seasonal Employee
70 Phased Retiree
90 Sabbatical/Leave for Professional Renewal

The Primary Qualifier code applies to the condition which will last longest, and the Secondary Qualifier code applies if another condition applies temporarily. Codes should be entered when a qualifying condition exists and deleted when the condition no longer applies.

Descriptions of how to use the BELI Status Qualifier codes are grouped as follows:

  1. The code establishes initial eligibility, but the employee must meet ongoing minimum appointment/average regular paid time requirements (code 20); or
  2. the code continues eligibility even if the appointment/average regular paid time falls below minimums (codes 30 and 90); or
  3. the code indicates the employee is ineligible for benefits (code 60).

E4.5(a) Primary Status Qualifier Code

This is a two-digit code that should be used, in addition to the BELI code itself, to explain the eligibility of an employee for an assigned BELI code that differs from the derived BELI code.

A Secondary Qualifier code should be used if two qualifying conditions apply.

E4.5(b) Date

A six-digit code that indicates the effective date of the Primary BELI Status Qualifier code.

E4.5(c) Secondary Status Qualifier Code

A two-digit code that is used in addition to the Primary Status Qualifier code, when a temporary condition applies.

E4.5(d) Date

A six-digit code that indicates the effective date of the Secondary BELI Status Qualifier code.

NOTE: The codes are entered at the time of hire or change in status, on the EPER screen.

E4.6 1000 Hour Policy - Full Benefits

Employees with a Limited Appointment (Appointment Type 3) become eligible for Full Benefits on the first day of the month AFTER they are on pay status for 1,000 eligible benefit hours within a rolling 12-month period. This may coincide with the employee achieving 1,000 hours toward Career Status but not necessarily. EDB tracks Benefits Eligibility and Career Status Eligibility separately on the IHR2 screen shown here: 

 PPIHR20-I1338                    EDB Inquiry                  11/13/YY 17:10:06
 11/10/YY 21:26:10         Hours Toward Eligibility            Userid:  ABCDE
 ID: 101101101 Name: PAYROLL,PAMELA                            LAD:  06/09/YY
 Hm Dept: 352500 PAYROLL         Emplmt Status: A Pri Pay: BW

 Hours Toward Benefits Eligibility       Hours Toward Career Status Eligibility
 Total Hrs at Month Begin:     371.75    Total Hrs at Month Begin:     371.75
 Current Month:                   .00    Current Month:                   .00
   Jan:      38.75     Jul:      14.00     Jan:      38.75     Jul:      14.00
   Feb:      29.50     Aug:      45.50     Feb:      29.50     Aug:      45.50
   Mar:      58.00     Sep:      21.25     Mar:      58.00     Sep:      21.25
   Apr:      55.25     Oct:       8.00     Apr:      55.25     Oct:       8.00
   May:      15.50   * Nov:      28.25     May:      15.50   * Nov:      28.25
   Jun:      48.00     Dec:       9.75     Jun:      48.00     Dec:       9.75

                                         As of Date for Counting Hours: 01/01/YY



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How to Identify Employees affected by 1,000 Hour Rule

During the Monthly Maintenance process, two reports are generated and should be monitored by the department using the Report Distribution System (RDS) or Document Direct: 

  1. "Approaching 1,000 Hours" report - lists Limited Appointment employees who have reached 700 eligible benefit hours PPP1383; 
  2. "Have Reached 1,000 Hours" report - lists employees who have achieved 1,000 eligible benefit hours and are therefore eligible for Full Benefits - PPP1382. 

Sample of these reports can be found in the PPS Manual, Section D4.

What is the Benefits Eligibility Date? 

Limited Appointment employees who reach 1,000 eligible benefit hours become eligible for benefits on the first day of the month AFTER reaching 1,000 hours. On the benefits effective date, (first day of the month after reaching 1,000 hours) the payroll system will automatically make the following changes:

  1. Retirement Code to U (UCRP eligible),
  2. FICA code to E (OASDI eligible), and 
  3. Assigned BELI 1  (Full Benefits). 

These employees must be advised of their Period of Initial Eligibility (PIE) for the Health & Welfare plans and instructed to attend a New Employee Orientation for detailed information on the Full Benefits package.

E4.7 1000 Hour Policy - Re-Employment

If an employee terminates and is rehired within 12-months, the Payroll Personnel System automatically credits the employee with any eligible benefit hours worked in the 12-month period immediately prior to the re-employment date. These eligible benefit hours count toward satisfying the benefits eligibility rules. For example, if an employee is rehired into a Limited Appointment (Appointment Type 3), one of the following three situations will occur:

  1. If the employee had 1,000 eligible benefit hours in the prior 12-month period, the employee is immediately eligible for Full Benefits upon rehire even though they have a Limited Appointment (Appointment Type 3).
  2. If the employee has 800 eligible benefit hours in the prior 12-month period, then Full Benefits eligibility is achieved after 200 additional benefit hours following rehire.
  3. If no hours were accumulated during the prior 12-month period, the employee begins a new accumulation period.

E4.8 Employees in Unit 18 (i.e. Lecturers)

An employee represented by Unit 18 may achieve membership in UCRP by:

For example, a lecturer is appointed 60% from 10/1/04 – 6/30/05. He should be assigned BELI 4 on 10/1/04. However, as of the month of May 2005, he has accumulated 750 hours. On the first of the next month (6/1/05), his BELI will change to a BELI 1. Additionally, a Lecturer who has variable appointments by quarter may also attain eligibility for health & welfare benefits only (not UCRP) by averaging the appointments and determining the BELI based on the average. Status Qualifier Code 20 should be assigned and entered in the payroll.

In all cases, continuing requirements for all employees remain at 17.5 hours average regular paid time.


CHART 4.A - HEALTH AND WELFARE ELIGIBILITY AND ENROLLMENT

Eligibility Criteria Benefits Package Enrollment Period
and/or Type
Premiums Paid By
FULL BENEFITS
(BELI 1)

Initial Eligibility:
EE is a member of UCRP & appointed to work at least 50% time for 12 months or more.

Or
EE has accrued 1,000 eligible benefit hours in a rolling 12-month period & maintains average of 17.5 hours a week.

Ongoing Eligibility: EE's appointment must remain at least 43.75% time and average regular paid time must be maintained at 17.5 or more hours per week.

NOTE: EE does have a new PIE for Medical (if enrolled in Core),  Life Insurance, & DepCare when BELI changes from BELI 2 or 3 to 1.

Medical During PIE or OE
(or after 90 day waiting period)
UC and EE
Dental During PIE or OE UC
Vision During PIE or OE UC
Short-Term Disability Automatic UC
Supplemental Disability During PIE (or SOH) EE
AD&D At any time EE
Basic Life Automatic UC
Supplemental Life During PIE (or SOH) EE
Expanded Dependent Life During PIE (or SOH)
EE must have Supplemental  Life
EE
Basic Dependent Life During PIE or Family Status Change EE
Automobile/Homeowner/Renter At any time EE
Legal Expense During PIE or OE, when Open EE

DepCare

During PIE, OE or Family Status Change EE
HCRA
(Health Care Reimbursement Account)
During PIE, OE or Family Status Change EE
TIP During PIE or OE N/A
MID-LEVEL BENEFITS
(BELI 2 or 3)

Initial Eligibility:
EE is NOT a member of a UC-defined benefit retirement plan, but is appointed to work at least 50% time for 12 months or more (BELI 2) or 100% time for 3 months or more (BELI 3).

Ongoing Eligibility:
EE's appointment must remain at least 50% time and average regular paid time must be maintained at 17.5 or more hours per week.
Medical During PIE or OE
 (or after 90 day waiting period)
UC and EE
Legal Expense During PIE or OE when open EE

 

AD&D At any time EE
Core Life Automatic UC
Supplemental Life During PIE (or SOH) EE
Basic/Expanded Dependent Life During PIE (or SOH)
EE must have Supplemental Life
EE
Automobile/ Homeowner/Renter At any time EE
DepCare During PIE or OE EE
HCRA
(Health Care Reimbursement Account)
During PIE, OE or Family Status Change EE
TIP During PIE or OE N/A
CORE BENEFITS
(BELI 4)


Initial Eligibility
: EE is appointed at 43.75% time or more, and is NOT eligible for BELIs 1, 2, or 3.

Ongoing Eligibility:  EE's appointment must remain a minimum of 43.75% and EE must maintain an average regular paid time of at least 17.5 hours per week.

Core Medical Automatic UC
Legal Expense During PIE or OE when open EE

 

AD&D At any time EE
HCRA
(Health Care Reimbursement Account)
During PIE, OE or Family Status Change EE
DepCare During PIE or OE EE
Core Life Automatic UC
TIP During PIE or OE N/A
BELI 5 (Ineligible for Benefits)
  • Those whose average paid time is less than 17.5 hours per week
  • UC students with only "casual restricted" appointments or appointments in academic titles reserved for students
  • Those paid on a per diem basis, "by agreement only," stipend only or without salary.
  • Those paid a wage from which regularly scheduled deductions cannot be taken.
  • Annuitants with defined contribution plan benefits only.
The arrangements for "UC-paid" premiums are subject to change.

 


CHART 4.B - PERIOD OF INITIAL ELIGIBILITY (PIE)

The PIE is a period when eligible employees (EEs) and family members (EFMs) can enroll in some plans without meeting special requirements, such as submitting a Statement of Health (SOH) for carrier approval. The PIE begins on the first day of eligibility and ends 31 days later, or on the last working day of that 31-day period, whichever comes first.

The PIE applies only to the following plans:

Medical  Dental Vision
Legal Expense   DepCare HCRA
Supplemental Disability
Supplemental Life and 
Basic/Expanded Dependent Life
The PIE does NOT apply to:
 

AD&D (Enroll any time)
Automobile/Homeowner/Renter (Enroll any time)
Basic Life (Enrolled automatically)
Short-Term Disability (Enrolled automatically per appointment)


Listed below are the most common examples of events that create a "PIE." For more information about periods of eligibility, contact the appropriate Central Benefits Office.

Events That Create A PIE* PIE Begin Date
1. Employee is appointed to an eligible position (usually date of hire).
Effective date of eligible appointment. If the appointment is retroactive, use the date of on-line entry (NOT the appointment date).
2. Eligible EE’s family status changes through marriage, birth, adoption, etc.

In this event, the PIE applies only to: a new EFM enrolling in Medical, Dental, Vision, Basic/Expanded Dependent Life, and Legal Plans. EE may also enroll in or increase coverage in Supplemental Life and enroll or make a change in DepCare, HCRA or TIP at this time.
Date of qualifying event (i.e., marriage, birth, etc.)
 

NOTE: The PIE for an adopted child begins on the date when physical custody begins. If the child is not enrolled during this PIE, a second PIE begins on the date the adoption decree is final. Coverage begins on the first day of the PIE in which the child is enrolled.

3. EE or EFM loses other group coverage involuntarily. (Does not create a PIE for disability plans.)
Date other coverage ends.
4. New faculty member does NOT enroll during original PIE.
First day of classes after eligible appointment (see Academic Calendar).
5. Eligible EE returns from a leave without pay.
Date of return to eligible appointment. (If LWOP was for less than 4 months, PIE applies only to plans/coverages in effect at the time coverage ended. If 4 months or more, EE is treated as a newly eligible EE.)
6. Employee returns from layoff.
Date of return to eligible appointment. (If layoff was 4 months or less, PIE applies only to plans/coverages in effect at the time coverage ended. If more than 4 months, EE is treated as a newly eligible EE.)
7. A terminated employee is rehired.
Date of return to eligible re-appointment. (If re-hired within 120 days, PIE applies only to plans and coverages in effect at the time coverage ended. If 120 days or more, EE is treated as a newly eligible EE.)
8. Eligible employee returns after a period of insufficient earnings.
If the period is less than 4 months, PIE applies only to plans and coverages in effect at the time coverage ended.
9. Employee transfers to another campus/lab without a break-in-service.
Effective date of eligible appointment. (PIE applies only to plans and coverages in effect at the time coverage ended. If a plan is no longer available, EE may choose a new plan. EFMs must remain the same as under the initial coverage.)
10. HMO or pre-paid dental plan (PMI) participant(s) leaves the service area for more than 2 months. (PIE applies to medical plan or PMI coverage only.)
First day of leaving the area and first day of return. Upon return, the PIE is limited to original plan only.
11. DepCare, HCRA and TIP only: EE or spouse has a change in appointment/employment status (20% increase or decrease in % time or gain or loss of employment).
Effective date of change in appointment or employment status.

 


CHART 4.C - ELIGIBLE FAMILY MEMBERS (EFMs)
For Health and Welfare Benefits

Family members are eligible for coverage on UC Group Insurance Plans as long as they meet the requirements shown on the chart below. It is the employee’s responsibility to de-enroll any family member who becomes ineligible. The employee is also responsible for all costs incurred by ineligible family members. The University reserves the right to periodically request documentation of eligibility (marriage certificate, birth certificate, income tax records, etc.)

UC Insurance Plan Family Member Eligibility
Medical, Dental,
Vision and Legal Expense
Legal Spouse OR Eligible (if no Domestic Partner or Adult Dependent Relative)
Same-Sex Domestic Partner Eligible (if no Legal Spouse or Adult Dependent Relative)
Opposite-Sex Domestic Partner Eligible ONLY if both partners are at least 18 years of age AND one of them is at least age 62 and eligible to receive Social Security benefits
Natural or Adopted Child To age 23—must be unmarried
Stepchild, Grandchild, Child or Grandchild of Same Sex Domestic Partner To age 23—unmarried, living with EE (50%) and claimed as a tax dependent by EE or EE’s spouse/same sex domestic partner
Legal Ward (enrolled before 1/95) To age 18—unmarried and continuously covered
Legal Ward (enrolled 1/95 or after) To age 18—unmarried, living with EE, supported by EE (50%) and claimed as a tax dependent by EE or EE’s spouse
Other Child (enrolled before 9/1/94) – does not apply to Core medical or Legal Plan To age 23—unmarried, living with EE, supported by EE (50%) claimed as a tax dependent and continuously covered
Disabled Child (does not apply to legal ward) • Age 23 or older
• Unmarried & living with EE (not required if child is your natural or adopted child)
• Supported by EE (50%) & claimed as tax dependent,
• OR eligible for Social Security / Supplemental Security Income as a disabled person,
• OR working in supported employment which may offset the Social Security / Supplemental Security Income benefits
• Have Disability verification /approval form issued by the insurance carrier (contact the insurance carrier to obtain the form).
AD&D Legal Spouse/Same Sex Domestic Partner Eligible
Natural or Adopted Child Unmarried - (includes children in EE’s legal guardianship to age 18)
Stepchild, Grandchild, Child, Grandchild of Same Sex Domestic Partner To age 23 – unmarried, living with EE, supported by EE (50%) and claimed as a tax dependent by employee or employee’s spouse
Other Child Not eligible
Disabled Child (does not apply to legal ward) See Medical, Dental, Vision and Legal plan
Basic/Expanded Dependent Life Legal Spouse/Same Sex Domestic Partner Eligible unless a UC employee covered by a UC-paid life
Natural or Adopted Child From 24 hours to age 23—unmarried
Stepchild, Grandchild, Child, Grandchild of Same Sex Domestic Partner From 24 hours to age 23—unmarried living with EE, supported by EE (50%) and claimed as a tax dependent by EE or EE’s spouse
Legal Ward (enrolled before 1/1/95) From 24 hours to age 18—unmarried, continuously covered
Legal Ward (enrolled 1/1/95 or after) From 24 hours to age 18—unmarried, living with EE, supported by EE (50%) and claimed as your tax dependent
Other Child Not eligible
Disabled Child (does not apply to legal ward) See Medical, Dental, Vision and Legal plan
DepCare
(Eligible expenses to care for family member)
Spouse A spouse who is incapable of self-care
Child Age 13 in EE’s custody and claimed as a tax dependent
Dependent A dependent who lives with EE such as a child over age 13, parent, sibling, or in-law who is incapable of self-care, and whom EE claims as a tax dependent
HCRA
(Health Care Reimbursement Account)
Any person claimed by employee as a dependent on Federal Income Tax return as spouse, child or other tax dependent.  Enrollment in the UC benefit plans is not required. Out of pocket health care expenses not covered by insurance such as office visit co-payments, co-insurance, orthodontia, prescription drugs, contact lenses and their solutions, glasses, etc.


NOTE: Employees who enroll family members on their UC insurance plans will be asked to submit documentation (e.g., birth and/or marriage certificates) verifying their relationship with each enrolled family member. Once UC Office of the President requests documentation, employees will have 30 days to submit records. UC will eventually collect this documentation from all employees and annuitants with family members enrolled in benefits.


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