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<p>​The 2017 Open Enrollment Toolkit is now available. The Toolkit contains resources to assist with processing Open Enrollment forms and links to benefit information that can be distributed to employees. The Toolkit is located at <a href="/benefits/Pages/open-enrollment-toolkit.aspx" target="_blank">www.calhr.ca.gov/benefits/Pages/open-enrollment-toolkit.aspx</a>.<br> <br>The following resources are available in the Toolkit:</p><ul><li>2017 Open Enrollment Announcement to All State Employees Eligible for Health, Dental, Vision, FlexElect, and CoBen</li><li>2018 Highlights and Plan Changes</li><li>Instructions for Completing Open Enrollment Forms</li><li>2018 Dental and Vision Plan Deduction Codes and Premiums</li><li>2018 CoBen Allowances and Employer Health Benefit Contributions</li></ul>2017 Open Enrollment for Health, Dental, Vision, FlexElect, and CoBen8/28/2017 7:00:00 AM
<p>​Effective April 1, 2017 (March 2017 pay period), the employer health contribution for Bargaining Units 3, 12, and 13 is $559 for Single, $1,125 for 2-Party, and $1,462 for Family.</p>Employer Health Contribution Change7/11/2017 7:00:00 AM
<p>​Assembly Bill 1887 prohibits state agencies from requiring any of its employees, officers, or members to travel to, or approving a request for state-funded or state-sponsored travel to, any state that has enacted discriminatory laws or practices on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression, subject to certain exceptions.<br> <br>The Attorney General recently added five states to the restricted travel list: Alabama, Kansas, Kentucky, South Dakota, and Texas. To view the entire list of banned states, visit the <a title="Attorney General's website" href="https://oag.ca.gov/ab1887">California Attorney General’s </a>website. <br> <br>Previously approved discretionary travel to the five states listed above must be cancelled. All mission critical travel to banned states must be resubmitted to Department Directors and Agency Secretaries (or their designee) to ensure they meet the exception criteria. New mission critical trips not already submitted in the FY17/18 travel blankets will require final approval from the Governor’s Office through the individual trip request process.<br> <br>Visit our webpage for more information regarding AB 1887 and <a title="Out-of-State Travel website" href="/employees/Pages/travel-out-of-state.aspx">out-of-state travel</a>.</p>The Attorney General Adds Five States to the Restricted Travel List for Out-of-State Travel7/7/2017 7:00:00 AM


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