Health Insurance & Ancillary Insurance Explained by the Experts.
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TLC Health Insurance & Ancillary Policies
How Does this Insurance Work?
- 2016 Group Medical Plan
- Accident Indemnity Plan
- Cancer Indemnity Plan
- Hospital Indemnity Plan
- Vision Plan
- Short Term Disability
- Summary of Benefits
TLC’s 401K Plan
Healthcare Discount Card
- Prescription Drug Discount Card
- Dental Discount Program
- Vision Discount Program
- Veterinary Discount Program
Bring A Buddy Bonus
Here’s how it works… You refer potential employee and…
You get $50 when they get their first paycheck!!
You get another $100 when they have been here for 90 days*!!!
You get another $150 when they’ve been here 6 months*!!!!
You get another $200 at their one-year anniversary*!!!!!
That’s a total of $500 just because you talked about TLC Nursing and suggested to qualified folks that they apply here! Think about it – when you refer only 4 people who stay here with you for one year, you’ll be adding $2,000 to your pocket!
*Employee must work regularly – at least 4 shifts per month
Better Than Vacation
The caregivers of TLC (Companions, PCAs, LNAs, LPNs and RNs) will accumulate vacation time as follows:
For every 1200 hours worked, the employee will receive 20 hours of paid time off. Pay is calculated at the base pay rate for each employee. Once the 1200 hours are reached, the employee may opt to use their paid time off in any of the following ways:
1. Request time off at least 2 weeks in advance, and receive compensation for the time off (paid at employee’s base rate).
2. Carry the time over (capped at 60 hours)
Sell the time back to TLC at the employee’s base rate of pay.
Vacation time is not pro-rated, i.e., employee cannot work 800 hours and request 15 hours of vacation – employee must reach 1200 hours in order to receive any paid time off. Live-in caregivers must work 180 days to receive their paid time off.