2014 Arkansas Code
Title 21 - Public Officers and Employees
Chapter 1 - General Provisions
Subchapter 1 - General Provisions
§ 21-1-105 - Employee benefit programs.

AR Code § 21-1-105 (2014) What's This?

(a) Each state agency, board, commission, and institution of higher education shall develop an informational program explaining the various fringe benefit programs that are provided for employees or in which employees may participate.

(b) Each state agency, board, commission, and institution of higher education shall provide each employee with this fringe benefit program information upon the initial employment of an employee at a new employee orientation meeting.

(c) (1) The program shall include information about the employee's:

(A) Health and life insurance programs;

(B) Social security benefits;

(C) Retirement system benefits;

(D) Workers' compensation benefits; and

(E) Employee assistance programs.

(2) The program may include information on other optional programs available to employees, such as deferred compensation plans, credit unions, or similar kinds of programs available for employees.

(d) Each state agency, board, commission, and institution of higher education shall provide each employee with an annual employee benefits statement, which shall summarize the status of the benefit plans in which the employee participates.

(e) The Office of Personnel Management of the Division of Management Services of the Department of Finance and Administration and the Employee Benefits Division of the Department of Finance and Administration shall assist each state agency, board, commission, and institution of higher education in developing an employee benefits program and employee benefits statement.

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