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Trial Court Employee Benefits

As a Trial Court employee, you are eligible to receive a wide-ranging array of benefits through those established by the State Retirement Board and the Group Insurance Commission, and benefits negotiated through collective bargaining agreements with unions representing Trial Court employees, together with other benefits established by the Trial Court for all court employees.

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Insurance Benefits through the Group Insurance Commission (GIC)

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State Retirement Board

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Absence and Leave Policies

These benefits are an important sometimes underestimated part of your total compensation package. A major portion of the cost of key benefits programs such as Health Insurance and Retirement are borne by the State, while an employee bears the full cost of elective benefits that might be important for individual needs.

More information and forms regarding many of these benefits can be found on the Trial Court Intranet and Internet site. Each benefit section supplies information regarding coverage enrollment or making a change.  Links can be found below.

This summary does not create a contract or pending agreement between the Trial Court and any employee or group of employees. The Trial Court reserves the right to change or alter any or all of such plans, policies and procedures described herein and within its jurisdiction at such time as deemed appropriate, consistent with applicable law.

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