Health & Wellness
- Employee & Dependent Health, Dental and Vision Insurance (Full-Time Employees eligible for insurance on the 1st of the month following 30 days of continuous employment. Premiums paid through payroll deduction).
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to assist in resolving personal, and family issues through counseling (up to four (4) visits free).
- Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA).
- $10,000 Life Insurance (standard for all full-time employees) paid by the city
- Option to purchase additional Life Insurance (premiums paid through payroll deduction)
- Other optional benefit programs available at employee cost (premiums paid through payroll deduction)
Paid Time Off
- Holidays/Floating Holidays/Personal Leave
- Full-time permanent employees receive ten (10) paid holidays per year
- Full-time permanent employees will be granted four (4) additional floating holidays on their annual anniversary date
- Full-time permanent employees will be granted Personal Leave on their annual anniversary date as follows:
- 1-5 years of continuous service = 8 hours
- 5th year and thereafter = 16 hours (total)
Personal Leave shall not be accrued. Personal Leave must be used in the anniversary year in which earned or the hours will remain as credited sick leave hours. Personal Leave hours will be subtracted from annual sick leave. In the event an employee does not have credited sick leave hours, he shall not be eligible for Personal Leave until sufficient sick hours are accrued.
Medical leave will be earned as follows:
- 40 hour work week employee: 96 working hours per year
- 56 hour work week employee: 144 working hours per year (each work day 24 hours)
Each permanent full-time employee will be allowed annual leave with pay.
Paid annual leave may not be taken during the first six months of employment or re-employment, unless approved by the City Manager.
Annual leave will be accrued on a monthly basis and earned as follows:
40 hour work week employee:
- Up to 5 years: 12 days per year
- 5-6 years: 13 days per year
- 6-7 years: 14.1 days per year
- 7-8 years: 15 days per year
- 8-9 years: 16 days per year
- 10-11 years: 17.1 days per year
- 10-11 years: 18 days per year
56 hour work week employee:
- Up to 5 years: 6 shifts per year
- 5-6 years: 7 shifts per year
- 6-7 years: 8 shifts per year
- 10-11 years: 9 shifts per year
The City of New Port Richey also provides the following benefit programs
- VALIC 457 Deferred Compensation Plan
- Empower (formerly Great-West) 457 Deferred Compensation Plan
- Family Medical Leave
- Jury Duty Leave
- Bereavement Leave
- Military Leave in accordance with Chapter 115 of Florida Statutes
- Worker’s Compensation
- Direct Deposit
- Credit Union through Florida Central and Grow Financial
- Conference and Educational Leave
The City Manager may grant leave with pay, together with the necessary travel expenses, in order that employees may attend conferences and schools designed to improve their work performance.
- Non-Union permanent employees - Carrier: Florida Retirement System, 100% vested after eight (8) years of continues service.