Paying for Your Coverage

Most benefit options require a monthly contribution from you to help pay the cost of the benefit. If you are an active employee, your share of the cost of benefits will be deducted from your pay and is not currently subject to federal income tax. Generally, participants pay about 20% of the cost of benefits and the rest is paid for by contributions from METRO.

The necessary enrollment materials will be provided by the Health & Welfare Plan and will indicate the required contribution for each benefit option. Contact the Health & Welfare Plan for more information.

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I want to work part-time. What happens to my medical coverage?

If you transfer from a full-time to a part-time position, you will have to pay more out-of-pocket to continue your medical coverage. Medical, vision and dental coverage are not mandatory for part-time employees. You have the option to discontinue your coverage if you become a part-time employee. You will return to the Plan as soon as The Health and Welfare office is notified of your return to full-time status.

Part-time employees can choose to pay monthly for coverage through the Health & Welfare Plan. All part-time employees (except for New Service Agreement employees and re-hired retired employees) receive long-term disability and life insurance coverage. For more information, visit the Enrollment page.

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