2015 Productivity Enhancement Program

2015 Productivity Enhancement Program (PEP)

The Productivity Enhancement Program (PEP) for 2015 allows eligible employees to exchange previously accrued annual leave (vacation) for a credit to be applied toward their employee share NYSHIP premiums on a biweekly basis. In no case can the credit available under the program be applied to the employer share of NYSHIP premiums.

Eligible full-time employees who enroll in PEP for the 2015 plan year will forfeit annual leave at the time of enrollment in return for a credit to be applied toward the employee share of their NYSHIP premiums, in accordance with the PEP guidelines for their employment group (e.g., CSEA, PEF, M/C, UUP). Eligible part-time employees who enroll in PEP will forfeit annual leave, in accordance with the PEP guidelines for their employment group.

The enrollment period for the 2015 PEP program will be from October 27, 2014 through November 28, 2014.  

Please visit the links below to obtain the PEP program descriptions and enrollment forms for the variously represented and unrepresented groups of employees.  Completed enrollment forms must be submitted to your campus Office of Human Resources by November 28, 2014.

CSEA- and PEF -represented and Classified M/C (06) Employees

Unclassified M/C (13) Employees

UUP-represented Employees

 

For further information and/or assistance, please contact the Benefits Office at your State-Operated College or Community College campus.


Please note that this information has been prepared as a general summary of the benefits available to SUNY employees. It cannot provide you with the complete details on all benefits related matters. You should carefully review and research the options available to you before making any enrollment decisions. Only authorized representatives from each plan administrator or benefit plan provider are adequately knowledgeable and experienced to fully address your questions or to assist you with many of the technical aspects of their respective programs. The information contained in all SUNY publications and web sites is intended only as a basic summary overview and to provide you with basic points for your consideration. You are invited to contact representatives from the benefit plan in which you are interested for additional information or with specific questions about their respective benefits or coverage.

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