Part-Time Employee Benefits
Benefits for Part-Time Regular Employees (Scheduled for less than 30 hours per week)
Effective January 1, 2020.
Flexible Time Off (FTO)
Flexible Time Off is accrued according to the following schedule:
- Prorated based on part-time status:
- Hire date to five year anniversary - 24 working days per year
- Fifth anniversary to ten year anniversary - 27 working days per year
- Tenth anniversary to fifteen year anniversary - 30 working days per year
- Fifteenth anniversary and thereafter - 33 working days per year
The County will observe the following eleven-and-a-half (11 1/2) paid holidays. When a holiday falls on a Saturday, the preceding Friday shall be considered the holiday for employees whose normal work schedule is Monday through Friday. Similarly, when a holiday falls on a Sunday, the following Monday shall be considered the holiday.
Regular Part-Time Employees are compensated on a pro-rated basis.
|New Year’s Day||January 1|
|Personal Holiday*||Accrued by active employees the 1st full pay period of each year and must be used by the end of the last full pay period of the calendar year.|
|Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday||Third Monday in January|
|President’s Day||Third Monday in February|
|Memorial Day||Last Monday in May|
|Independence Day||July 4|
|Labor Day||First Monday in September|
|Veteran’s Day||November 11|
|Thanksgiving Day||Fourth Thursday in November|
|Friday After Thanksgiving||Friday after the fourth Thursday in November|
|Christmas Eve**||December 24**When December 24th falls on a week day other than Friday, an employee is granted a paid half-shift (up to four hours) of holiday pay.|
|Christmas Day (observed)||December 25|
- Completion of Probation – Upon the satisfactory completion of the probation period (usually 6 to 12 months), regular employees may be eligible for a salary increase of up to 5% of their base salary. Eligibility for this probationary increase is based on satisfactory job performance and will not exceed the midpoint of the appropriate salary range for newly hired employees, and will not exceed the appropriate maximum for promoted employees.
- Performance Based Range Movements – Eligible employees will receive Performance Based Range Movements based on job performance. Performance Based Range Movements which would exceed the maximum of the employee's salary range shall first be applied to the employee's salary to bring it to the maximum of the salary range. An employee who is at the top or over the range and eligible for a Performance Based Range Movement shall receive this pay in a lump-sum payment. Lump-sum payments are not added to the base salary.
- General Increases – In years when general increases are granted, such increases will be administered in accordance with the compensation plan.
- Exceptional Service Pay – Anoka County encourages its employees to excel in the performance of their job duties and to enhance the County’s quality of service.To recognize an employee’s outstanding contribution, the County may grant additional pay for exceptional service in increments of $100, not to exceed $1000 in a five-year period. The employee’s supervisor(s) and Department Head/Division Manager must recommend exceptional-service pay before the request can be considered.
Extended Medical Benefit (EMB)
An income protection insurance to be used after the first five consecutive, work days of an absence for the employee’s own illness or injury or an immediate family member’s illness or injury. Accrued at 8 working days per year prorated for part-time hours.
Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA)
- Anoka County contributes 7.5% of total salary; Employee contributes 6.5% of total salary; vested after 5 years of service.
- Police & Fire: Employer contributes 17.70%; Full-time & part-time employees contribute 11.8% Vested 50% after 5 years of service and 10% each year thereafter until 100% vested at year 10.
- Detention and Correctional: Employer contributes 8.75%; Employee contributes 5.83%; vested 50% after 5 years of service and 10% each year thereafter until 100% vested at year 10.
Deferred Compensation Plan (Section 457)
Optional programs offered by MN State Deferred Compensation Plan (MNDCP), VALIC and Nationwide allows employees to set aside up to $19,500 to accumulate on a tax-deferred basis or after-tax Roth 457 basis. Employees age 50 and over can defer up to $26,000.
Flexible Benefit Plan
- Pre-Tax Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts - Employee may annually designate a salary reduction amount (up to $5,000 for dependent care) into the account on a pre-tax basis, to be reimbursed for dependent care expenses incurred while you are working with the County.
- Pre-Tax Parking - Non-Union employees who pay for a parking spot in the Government Center ramp or lot through payroll deduction can have the payment taken out before taxes (Federal, State and FICA) and PERA.
Employee Assistance Program
Free access to independent, confidential and professional assessment and short-term counseling services available to employee and family members.
After 12 full consecutive months of employment, Adoption Assistance reimbursement of up to $1,500 not to exceed to the actual cost of the qualifying expenses of the adoption, plus any required Social Security and Medicare contributions.
Public Service Loan Forgiveness (Federal Direct Loan)
Anoka County qualifies as a “public service organization” to help you qualify for this partial student loan forgiveness program. For more information, go to www.StudentAid.gov/publicservice
Government Center Parking Options
|$27.50 / month|
|$19.50 / month|
|$10 / month|
|$5 / month|
The benefits listed above apply to non-bargaining unit positions. For any benefit differences relating to bargaining units, refer to the contract for your unit.