Benefits available Immediately upon first day of orientation:
- New Year’s Day
- Martin Luther King Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day (July 4th)
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Day after Thanksgiving
- Christmas Day
If you are hired to work in some of PATH’s programs such as Residential, you may not have the option of taking off on holidays observed by PATH unless such holiday falls on your regularly scheduled day off. In such cases you will receive additional Holiday pay. Floating holiday available after 90 days of employment.
To be eligible you must work at least 20 hours.
Eligible employees are enrolled in a 403(b) pension plan.
PATH contributes 3% of your annual salary at no cost to you. In addition, PATH will match 25% for every dollar that you contribute to the plan up to 10% of your base salary.
Vesting: 6 years = 100%, 5 years = 80% vested, 4 years = 60% vested, 3 years = 40% vested, 2 years = 20%. Any funds you contribute always remain yours.
You are granted up to three (3) paid leave days for the death of an immediate family member. Immediate family members include parent or guardian, spouse, children, brother, sister, grandparent, mother-in-law, father-in-law or life companion.
PATH carries comprehensive liability insurance for actions you take in the course of PATH business.
If you are called upon to serve, you will be paid the difference between your regular base pay and jury duty pay up to a maximum of 10 days.
Benefits available After Two (2) Months of employment:
PATH knows how critical it is for everyone to have excellent healthcare. You only need to work a minimum of 30 hours per week. We offer Keystone HMO, Personal Choice Flex, or Personal Choice HDHP. All plans include: Medical Services, Prescriptions, Dental & Vision. Some Employee Contribution is required.
PATH health care plans cover eligible employees and their families, as well as domestic partners with required documentation. Eligible the first of the month after 2 months of employment.
FLEXIBLE SAVINGS ACCOUNT FSA)
This voluntary program helps you pay for certain medical, dental, childcare, and other expenses on a pre-tax basis. To be eligible, you need to work a minimum of 30 hours per week. Do not need to participate in PATH’s health insurance plan to participate. Eligible the first of the month after 2 months of employment.
Benefits available After Three (3) Months of employment:
You will be paid for one (1) floating holiday of your choice, which gives you the flexibility to choose whichever holiday you wish to observe once each calendar year.
If you are full-time, you earn 12 sick days per year.
Maximum accrual of sick time is 100 days
If part-time, per Philadelphia paid sick leave regulations, you will earn one hour of sick time for every 40 hours worked, up to a maximum of 40 hours per year.
If you are full-time, you earn:
4 days per year up to 10 years with PATH
5 days per year from 10 years – 14 years
7 days per year from 15 years – 20 years
9 days per year after 20 years with PATH
If you are full-time, you will accrue as follows: 1st year: 10 days, 2nd to 4th year: 15 days, 5th year+: 20 days.
For all leave time above, if you are part-time, you accrue time in proportion to the number of your regularly scheduled hours, excluding sleep and overtime hours.
Benefits available After Six (6) or more Months of employment:
To be eligible you must work at least 30 hours.
You receive Life Insurance in the amount of your base annual salary. You receive Accidental Death and Dismemberment coverage. You may also purchase additional supplemental/voluntary Life Insurance at group rates.
SUPPLEMENTAL/VOLUNTARY LIFE INSURANCE
Supplemental life can be purchased upon date of hire or during open enrollment period; must work a minimum of 20 hours per week to be eligible. Available the first of the month following 6 months of employment.
LONG TERM DISABILITY
Should you be unable to work because of a serious illness or serious accident you are paid 60% of your base salary upon approval of the Insurance Company. To be eligible, must work a minimum of 30-hours per week.
LEAVES OF ABSENCE
Family Medical Leave of Absence (FMLA) – Leave is granted because of the birth of a child, to adopt a child, to care for a family member who has a serious health condition, or due to your own serious health condition. You may receive up to 12 weeks of FMLA leave (eligibility begins after 12 months of employment and at least 1250 hours of work). Medical Non-FMLA – Leave for illnesses not covered by the FMLA. Personal Leave of Absence – You may receive up to 3 months of leave due to circumstances of an exceptional nature.