Pilot offers benefits to all Team Members, both Part Time and Full Time.
Full time is defined as working 30 hours or more per week. Part time is defined as working less than 30 hours each week. Benefits will start on the first of the month following 60 days of employment. Team members must call to enroll in benefits prior to their benefits start date.
Employee Assistance Program: Pilot offers a FREE Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to all employees, full and part time, and spouses and children. The EAP gives you confidential, no-cost access to a full range of services that can help you resolve issues affecting your health and wellness. Call to speak to an EAP specialist who is trained to consider how a situation may be affecting all areas of your life. EAP Specialists are available 24/7.
Medical:Pilot offers three different Medical Plans for full time employees to choose from. Medical coverage is not available to part time employees.
In 2015, under PPACA (Healthcare Reform) you must have creditable medical coverage or you could be penalized by the government on your tax return. If you do not have coverage through Pilot Flying J/PTL you must have coverage elsewhere to avoid that penalty.
All plans are through United HealthCare and are Consumer Driven Health Plans (CDHP) that includes a Health Reimbursement Account (HRA). Pilot contributes an annual base amount. Team members have the opportunity to increase their HRA funding by completing an Online Health Assessment and a Health Provider Screening Form. Team members who complete this form also receive the preferred rate on their weekly premiums. Unused HRA funds can roll over from year to year.
All preventive visits and immunizations are 100% covered on all plans, and the only co-pays are for prescription.
Teladoc:Pilot offers FREE access to U.S. board-certified physicians to all employees, full and part time, and to dependents who are covered by one of our medical plans. This service is available 24/7/365 by phone or secure online video. Non-emergency medical issues are handled efficiently and get you about your day.
Dental: Pilot offers dental insurance through United HealthCare Dental.
· Dental coverage is available to both full and part time employees
· Calendar Year Deductible: $50 per year per individual
· Diagnostic and Preventive Services: No deductible, 100% in-network charges covered
· Routine Services: pays 80% in-network charges after deductible
· Major Services: pays 50% in-network charges after deductible
· Orthodontia: No Deductible, pays 50% in-network charges, $1,000 lifetime max
Vision: Pilot offers a vision plan through Vision Service Plan (VSP).
· Vision coverage is available to both full and part time employees
· Eye exams: Once every 12 months, fully covered after $10 co-pay
· Lenses: Once every 12 months, fully covered after $20 co-pay
· Frames: Once every 24 months, $130 allowance, 20% off anything over allowance
· Contacts (Medically necessary): Fully covered after $10 co-pay
· Contacts (Elective): Once every 12 months, up to $130
· Laser Vision Correction: $250 per eye
· Safety Glasses: $100 Frames every other year, 100% basic safety lenses yearly
401k: All team members, both full and part time are auto enrolled at 2% once they become eligible.
PFJ:Team members become eligible at 1,000 hours of employment and are 21 years of age or older. Pilot contributes $0.60 for every dollar team members contribute up to the first 6%. Team members are 100% vested in their contribution. Vesting for Employer Match starts at 20% at year 2, and gains 20% each year until you are 100% vested at year 6.
PTL:Team members become eligible on the first of the month after 30 days of employment. Pilot matches 100% of the first 3% and 50% on the next 2%. There is also a Roth 401(k) option that team members may select. Team members are 100% vested in both their contribution and the Employer Match.
Team members may stop contributions at any time or change their contribution percentage by contacting Wells Fargo.
Additional benefits available for Full Time Employees only:
Flexible Spending Accounts:Pilot offers a Health Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and a Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (Dependent FSA) to help you save money and plan for future expenses. These optional, employee funded accounts, allow you to set aside pre-tax funds that can be used for certain medical and dependent care expenses. You may roll over up to $500 per calendar year in a Health Care FSA, but Dependent Care FSAs do not allow you to roll funds over from year to year. Team members do not have to be covered on the medical plan to contribute.
Disability: Pilot offers both Short Term and Long Term Disability insurance to full time team members in the event they are unable to work. Team members must enroll to get full advantage of this benefit. Both Short Term and Long Term Disability insurance cover team members for 60% of their base income. Certain job classes including all Truck Drivers will have Company Paid LTD.
Life: Pilot offers Voluntary Life insurance for team members, their spouses, and their children. Team members must be enrolled in Voluntary Life insurance to cover any dependents. Premiums are based on team members’ age and the amount of coverage.
Company Paid: All full time team members have a company paid Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment policy for one times their base salary.
Voluntary Supplemental Products: Pilot offers voluntary products to help supplement other insurance policies. The products include Accident Insurance, Critical Illness Insurance (includes Cancer rider), and Whole Life Insurance.
Tuition Reimbursement: Full time team members who have been employed by Pilot for one year are eligible for tuition reimbursement. You can receive up to $6,000 per year ($18,000 lifetime max) for approved, work related education.
Adoption Reimbursement:Full time team members who have been employed by Pilot for one year are eligible up to $8,000 of reimbursement for adoptions fees for adopting a child.