PCA is proud of being able to offer outstanding
competitive benefits to all its employees.
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Vision Care (Vision Benefits of America)
Free to all employees and eligible dependents (bi-annual deduction)
1x employee salary, can purchase additional life insurance.
Long Term Disability Insurance
Available after six (6) months of employment + three (3) months of illness, up to 66 2/3% of salary.
Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF)
You are encouraged to carefully review the eligibility requirements. Note that the U.S. Department of Education has published the “Employment Certification for Public Service Loan Forgiveness” form and established a process to assist borrowers in monitoring their repayment progress. If you have questions about the PSLF Program see the PSLF Program’s website, contact the US Department of Education or your accountant.
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Our Teams and Committees
PCA hopes to insure that employment with PCA is rewarding and challenging. To this end, PCA strives to create a healthy, productive, and positive work environment. PCAs facilities are alcohol-, drug-, and smoke-free and the agency participates in a recycling program and wellness efforts.
PCA offers ample opportunity for employees to work collectively on projects of interest, recognizing that this is an excellent way to garner new ideas and tackle problems and promote self-development. There are several employee directed teams and committees that all are welcome to join. They are:
Employee Recognition Team PCAs Employee Recognition Team develops programs, events, and processes that recognize outstanding service. The annual Employee Recognition Day is organized by the team and spotlights employee accomplishments throughout the year.
Ethics Committee The Ethics Committee examines ethical issues in long term care. The committees goals are to educate staff and the aging network about the ethical implications of their work, provide a forum for discussion of specific situations, and examine the ethical context of PCAs client-related policy decisions.
Green Team The Green Team works to bring environmentally-focused programs and education to PCA and its employees, and to spread awareness about recycling issues and other eco-friendly practices.
Internal Communications Team The Internal Communications Team promotes a positive flow of information and communication among PCA departments.
Personnel Committee The Personnel Committee serves as an advisory body that recommends, develops, and revises personnel policies and procedures that best meet the needs of all PCA employees.
Recreation Committee The Recreation Committee combines business and pleasure through many activities. With representation from every department, the committee organizes an annual holiday party for staff, the costs of which are defrayed by fundraising efforts throughout the year.
Safety and Security Committee
Through the Safety and Security Committee, PCA employees may voice their
concerns about safety and security in the workplace. The committee comprised
of a representative from each department, ensures that existing emergency
procedures are followed and that PCA is made aware of staff that might
require assistance in the case of an emergency exit.
Suggestion Review Team
Under the auspices of the Personnel Team, this committee reviews suggestions from the employees that improve the overall operations of the agency. Eligible suggestions are sent to the appropriate department for review and if approved by the department receive a $50 gift card. When the suggestion is implemented the employee receives another $50 gift card.
The Wellness Committee includes representatives from every department at PCA, and is dedicated to establishing a broad range of activities and events to encourage and support employees in developing healthy lifestyles. Rewards and prizes are given to employees for participation in wellness activities.
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