29.1 At the time of the new employee orientation the employee will be given information (including enrollment forms) as approved by the Public Employees Benefits Board, concerning medical, dental, vision, accident and long-term disability insurances, and information on the retirement plan Questions concerning these benefits should be directed to the Benefits Office of the University of Washington.
The Employer will contribute an amount equal to eighty-eight percent (88%) of the total weighted average of the health care premium for each bargaining unit employee eligible for insurance each month, as determined by the Public Employees Benefits Board annually for benefits in calendar year 2010 and calendar year 2011, respectively. The Employer will pay the entire premium costs for each bargaining unit employee for basic life, basic long-term disability and dental insurance coverage.
Wellness: To support the statewide goal for a healthy and productive workforce, employees are encouraged to participate in a Health Risk Assessment survey. Employees will be granted work time and may use a state computer to complete the survey.