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This plan is no longer offered to new employees. Current members of AFLAC are grandfathered into this plan. 

AFLAC offers Le Moyne College supplemental benefits in Cancer Care, Accident, and Hospital policies.  Please contact Jennifer Dick-Ayers (jennifer_dick@us.aflac.com) of AFLAC with any questions and for more information on the insurances.

 

*Claim Forms ​(link to Benefit Forms page)

Information on AFLAC policies.pdf

How MetLife Works: MetLife helps fill the financial gap if you or your spouse are unable to work. MetLife plans are guaranteed renewable at the payroll rate. MetLife’s plans are portable. Coverage options and rates available on the AleraGray benefits portal.

 

Plans Available:

Critical Illness

Provides coverage for a variety of critical illnesses including cancer, Alzheimer’s, coronary artery disease, heart attack, kidney failure, major organ transplants and stroke. Employees can choose coverage amounts for themselves, spouses and dependent children to age 26.

Critical Illness Flyer

Accident Insurance

Provides coverage for accidents occurring on or off the job. Benefits paid include hospitalization, lacerations, fractures, dislocations, burns, x-rays, and follow-up treatments. Elect coverage for yourself, spouse and dependent children to age 26.

Accident Insurance Flyer

Hospital Indemnity

Provides coverage hospital admission and confinement. Elect coverage for yourself, spouse and dependent children to age 26. 

Hospital Indemnity Flyer

Le Moyne College provides Group Life & Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance coverage to all full-time employees. The premiums are paid in full by the institution. Coverage becomes effective on the first of the month following hire date and is 2.5 times the base salary rounded to the next higher $1,000, to a maximum of $350,000. There is a 35% reduction at age 65 and a 50% reduction at age 70.


A beneficiary is designated by the employee. In the event of an insured person's death, an application for benefits is processed by the designated beneficiary through the Office of Human Resources.


Coverage under this plan ends after termination of employment. You may be able to port this coverage to a group trust plan. You can convert this coverage to an individual policy if you terminated employment.

 

Benefit Summary - Group Life.pdf

Benefit Summary - ADD.pdf

 

Additional Services:

EAP Brochure.pdf

WillPrep Services Brochure.pdf

​The College maintains a group long-term disability insurance plan, which provides each participant a portion of his/her income in the event of a long term disability. The cost of the insurance is paid by Le Moyne College. Under this program, disability is defined as being completely unable due to sickness, bodily injury, or pregnancy to perform your normal occupation.

Eligibility: Full-time employees with one year of active full-time employment. An individual may be eligible for immediate enrollment if he/she had group disability coverage just prior to join Le Moyne College.

Benefits begin as of the first of the month following six consecutive months of total disability. The plan provides an income benefit of 60% of base monthly salary, with a maximum of $10,00 per month. For any employees in Executive status, the plan provides an income benefit of 60% of base month salary, with a maximum of $12,500 per month. Payments are reduced by the amount of any Social Security and/or Workers' Compensation benefits. If the employee was participating in the College's Retirement plan when disability began, the plan also provides a monthly premium benefit for the retirement plan contributions.

Employees will retain medical and dental insurance at the active employee rate, as well as Life, Long-term Disability, and retirement contributions under The Guardian's waiver of premium benefit.

Benefit Summary - LTD.pdf

Faculty members and exempt (salaried) employees will also receive 40% of their salary for the first six months of long-term disability. 

This insurance coverage will end when a person terminates employment at Le Moyne College or goes on unpaid leave of absence.

Nationwide® Pet Insurance is now available to you as a voluntary benefit!

Nationwide offer's coverage for your pet's injuries, illnesses and accidents. Plus, you're free to use any vet, anywhere. Plans are available for dogs, cats, birds and exotic pets.

Rest easy with 24/7 veterinary help

All Nationwide Pet Insurance members receive free, 24/7 access to Vethelpline® ($110 value) for guidance on any pet health concern. This service is available exclusively from Nationwide.

Learn more

As an employee, you're eligible for exclusive plans and preferred pricing for your pets. Visit: https://benefits.petinsurance.com/lemoyne or call 877-738-7874 and state that you are a Le Moyne College employee for more information or to get a no-obligation quote.

My Pet Protection - Benefit Summary

 

NWPetInsurance-PreRecordedWebinar 

 

Contact Information:
Allison Bradley
National Account Executive - East
Email – bradla1@nationwide.com
Phone: 714-989-0555 Ext: 7935

Legal matters occur throughout life, when you’re getting married, buying a home, caring for aging parents or dealing with identity theft or a tax audit. Having access to a network of attorneys through a legal plan empowers you to handle these costly issues as they arise Includes a variety of legal benefits for employees, spouse and children. Estate planning, vehicle and driving assistance, financial benefits and assistance, elder-care and many other benefits available.
 

MetLife’s nationwide network of over 18,000 attorneys is available by phone or email to discuss these issues and more with you. Give us a call at 800-821-6400 or visit members.legalplans.com to find out more about coverages or to find an attorney near you.

Legal Plans Booklet

Legal Plans Assistace to Navigate the Coronavirus Pandemic

1. New employees: Employees and spouse can elect any amount up to the guarantee issue without evidence of insurability. Child benefit of $10,000 never requires evidence of insurability.  Must enroll within 31 days of eligibility date.

2. Annual Open Enrollment: Employees can enroll in coverage at this time but must provide evidence of insurability. This applies to new enrollees and current enrollees who want to increase coverage amounts for the employee and/or spouse.

3. Family Status Change: This allows an employee to elect coverage for themselves, spouse, or child due to a change (i.e. marriage, spouse loss of coverage, birth of a child).  Employee is still required to provide evidence of insurability for any employee election. 

Benefit Summary - Vol ADD.pdf

Benefit Summary - VLIFE.pdf