The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) allows eligible employees to take unpaid leave, or to substitute paid leave for up to a total of 12 weeks in a 12 month period. FMLA leave is granted for the birth of a child, adoption or foster care of a child, to care for a family member (child, spouse or parent) with a serious health condition, or due to the employee's own serious health condition or qualifying exigency.
The money you contribute to a Reimbursement Account is exempt from federal taxes, and most state, and social security taxes. Several types of Reimbursement Accounts are available.
The Life Insurance and Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance Plan offers Employee Basic, Employee Supplemental, Spouse Supplemental, and Dependent Child Supplemental Life Insurance as well as Employee Basic, Employee Supplemental, and Spouse Supplemental AD&D Insurance.
The Long Term Disability Plan provides you with protection against complete loss of income during a long period of absence because of a disabling illness or injury.
The Severance Pay Plan is designed to assist employees whose earnings are unexpectedly canceled by layoff due to a reduction-in-force.
The Adoption Assistance Program provides financial assistance for certain expenses related to the adoption of an unrelated minor child.
The Laboratory has certain programs available for visitors for medical insurance, medical evacuation and repatriation.
The Travel Accident Insurance Plan provides 24-hour accident coverage while on authorized business travel.
The Tuition Assistance Program encourages and supports the continuing education and training of employees.
The Vacation Buy Plan allows you to purchase additional vacation
time on a pre-tax basis and spread the cost of doing so over the
Assistance to purchase a home on Long Island.
The Paid Parental Leave Policy provides eligible employees with a period of paid time off for activities related to the care and well-being of their newborn or adopted child. Applicable to care for children born or adopted on or after December 1, 2016.