Employee Total Rewards Guide 2015
Compensation, Recognition &
Rewards See page 3
Wellness Program & Benefits
See page 5
Training & Career Development
See page 20
Work/Life Balance See page 19
Contact your Human Resources team at 703‐435‐6504 or email@example.com with any questions or concerns about your Total Rewards Package.
Reston Association employees make the
Reston Association is committed to providing a comprehensive Total Rewards Package.
The goal of Reston’s Total Rewards Package is to create value for employees by striving to meet their professional goals
and personal needs.
Reston Association Core Values Service • Collaboration • Stewardship • Innovation • Leadership
CompensationCompensation Base Pay Reston Association strives to be competitive with wages within our industry and within our community. We believe in an equitable, balanced total pay program that offers competitive pay. RA hires employees within the minimum of market pay range or RA’s salary grade range, whichever is greater for the job, with variations based on job‐related skills, education, ability, experience, and the current job market.
RA’s salary ranges and job descriptions are available to view in Common\HumRes
Annual Performance Reviews & Merit Increases Performance reviews are scheduled approximately every 12 months, usually coinciding with the anniversary of your hire date or promotion date. A merit increase is generally applied to your base pay in conjunction with your performance review. You and your supervisor should also review your job description at this time, and inform HR if any updates are necessary.
Recognition & RewardsRecognition & Rewards
Kudos Notes Take a minute to recognize a co‐worker for something positive by writing them a Kudos Note. There is never a reason too small. There is a Kudos board at CSF and WNEC (Nature House), and there are three Kudos boards at Headquarters.
There will be periodic Kudos Note drawings throughout the year. If your Kudos Note is selected, you will win a gift card or points. The points will be automatically loaded to your point bank (see RRR website on page 4 for more information about your point bank).
Reston Employee Awards Program (REAP) The purpose of REAP is to recognize and reward employees for going above and beyond in performing their responsibilities and service to the organization . Nominations for REAP awards are reviewed by the REAP Committee on a monthly basis. Employees who receive a n individual REAP award will receive points . Employees who receive a group REAP award will typically receive a paid lunch.
Recognition & RewardsRecognition & Rewards
On‐The‐Spot (OTS) Recognition Supervisors, managers, directors and Human Resources have the ability to give on‐the‐spot (OTS) recognition at any time to recognize an employee (or a group of employees) for demonstrating one or more of Reston Association’s core values.
Employees will receive an email and will be awarded points.
Reston’s Recognition and Rewards (RRR) Website The RRR website is where employees can view their point bank and redeem their points for prizes. This website has a catalog of over 20,000 prizes to choose from.
To view your point balance and to redeem your points for prizes, go to http://restonrr.isrewards.com. Your username is your birthdate (MMDDYYYY) and your password is reston (you will be prompted to change your password upon initial login).
You can accumulate points in a variety of ways: participation in RA’s Wellness Program, REAP awards, service awards, OTS recognition, and more. Your points don’t expire. As your point balance increases you become eligible for more valuable prizes!
Service Awards Reston Association provides awards for reaching years of service milestones. Awards are given in December of the year in which you reach one of the following service milestones:
5 years • 10 years • 15 years • 20 years • 25 years • 30 years • 35 years
Employee of the Year Every year Reston Association selects an Employee of the Year. The purpose of the Employee of the Year award is to honor those who have invested their time and taken initiative to make significant contributions to the organization and community over the course of the year, with consideration given to past achievements and contributions.
The Employee of the Year receives one paid day off certificate, a $500 bonus, and dedication of a tree in Reston.
Benefits – RA’s Wellness ProgramBenefits – RA’s Wellness Program Reston Association is committed to providing a culture that promotes healthy living through education and resources.
RA’s Wellness Program works to achieve this commitment through its goals: To help employees reduce lifestyle risk factors and become better health care
consumers. To raise employee awareness about the importance of preventative health care
and overall wellness including financial and mental. To provide employees a work environment that supports positive health and
Every year at RA’s annual wellness and benefits fair in November, you will be given a Passport to Wellness where you earn stamps for individual and group activities.
Benefits of participating in the Wellness Program include: Free wellness screenings and flu shots at the Benefits Fair in November. Monthly Brown Bag presentations related to wellness and workplace topics. Activities, events and team challenges such as the YMCA Corporate Challenge,
car free days, blood drives, water‐only challenges, smoothie days, and more. Earn stamps for participation in individual and group activities. Redeem your
stamps for prizes including the grand prize drawings for a Paid Day Off and $250 at next year’s fair, and $100 runner‐up prizes.
Benefits – Plan/Contact InformationBenefits – Plan/Contact Information Enrollment in the majority of these benefits must be done within 30 days of hire, during open enrollment, or within 30 days of a qualifying life change event. Open enrollment occurs annually
from mid‐November to mid‐December.
Benefits elected during open enrollment will take effect January 1.
The employee, their spouse or domestic partner (regardless of sex), and their children under age 26 are eligible to enroll in benefits.
Insurance Benefits Health Insurance
Provider Name: Kaiser Permanente, group #3007‐4 (HMO Select), #3007‐6 (POS), #3007‐10 (HRA‐DHMO) Provider Contact: Member Services, 301‐468‐6000 Provider Web Address: www.kp.org
Dental Insurance Provider Name: MetLife, group #5469528 Provider Contact: Member Services, 800‐ASK‐4MET Provider Web Address: https://mybenefits.metlife.com/
Supplemental Vision Insurance – two options: 1.Provider Name: VSP, group #30017163
Provider Contact: Member Services, 800‐877‐7195 Provider Web Address: www.vsp.com
2.Provider Name: Spectera/UHC, group #GA9N9747BW Provider Contact: Member Services, 800‐839‐3242 Provider Web Address: www.myuhcspecialtybenefits.com
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) & Dependent Care Accounts (DCA) Contact: Optum Health Provider Contact: Member Services, 800‐243‐5543 Provider Web Address: https://secure.optumhealthfinancial.com/portal/server.pt?OFSP_login=consumer#
Life/AD&D, Short‐term Disability (STD) & Long‐term Disability (LTD) Insurance Provider Name: Sun Life, group #211628 Provider Contact: Member Services, 800‐247‐6875 Provider Web Address: www.sunlife.com/us
Savings Benefits 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan (pre‐tax and Roth)
Provider Name: Ascensus Broker Contact: Mark Ivcevich, 301‐326‐1521, mark@qp‐consulting.com Web Address: https://myaccount.ascensus.com/rplink/
529 College Savings Plan Provider Name: American Funds, 800‐421‐4225 Broker Contact: Jay Burmaster, 703‐836‐9755, firstname.lastname@example.org
Premium Costs per Paycheck***Premium Costs per Paycheck*** The following rates represent your monthly health, dental and vision premiums effective January 1, 2015.
Kaiser HMO Select (includes Kaiser vision services)
Per Paycheck FUL