Policies and Procedures Manual
Human Resources Department
14.000 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
Employees may purchase shares in various credit unions throughout
the State. Contributions to a credit union are directly deposited
to that credit union through HR/CMS in each bi-weekly pay period.
To obtain a listing of the credit unions, contact the local payroll
clerk or the Administrative Office of the Trial Court.
may have their bi-weekly checks automatically deposited in their
local bank. For information contact the local payroll clerk
or the Administrative Office of the Trial Court.
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has established
a deferred compensation plan which is available to all State employees;
contributions to this program are both State and Federally tax deferred.
For more information contact:
ING Retirement Plans at 1-800-599-8618
or through the Internet at www.ingretirementplans.com
D. The Trial Court has established an Employee Assistance Program
with Workplace Solutions. It is designed to help employees
and their families with an array of problems such as stress,
problems with relationships and problems dealing with serious
illness. Trial Court employees and their families are covered
for up to three (3) free confidential visits per calendar
year. For further information employees should contact Workplace
Solutions at (617)573-0810 or 1-800-545-9343 or the Human
Trial Court employees are eligible to receive benefits under
a Tuition Remission Program. A completed Certificate
of Eligibility for Tuition Remission (Form F27) must
be submitted to the Human Resources Department.
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