- Find out about your GIC health plan options.
- Life insurance helps provide for a state employee's family's economic well-being in the event of your death. This benefit is paid to your designated beneficiaries.
Active state employees working in the Executive Branch, Constitutional Offices, and the Legislature, and early state retirees ages 55 to 64 and their spouses, have an opportunity to improve their health with the GIC’s pilot WellMASS program. To be eligible, you must be enrolled in a GIC health plan.
- The GIC's Long Term Disability (LTD) is an income replacement program that protects state employees and their families in the event of a disability or inability to perform the material and substantial duties of the state job.
- State employees who are not covered by collective bargaining or do not have another dental and/or vision plan through the state may be eligible for the GIC Dental/Vision program. For state retirees and survivors, the GIC offers Retiree Dental and Vision discount benefits.
State employees save on average $250 in federal and state taxes for every $1,000 contributed to these programs; savings depend on the employee’s family tax bracket.