Newly hired eligible employees and their dependents will be effective in Diocese of St Petersburg’s benefits programs on the first of month following 30 days of continuous employment. All elections are in effect for the entire plan year and can only be changed during Annual Open Enrollment, unless you experience a family status change. Enrollments are processed through the online enrollment system. Please log onto https://logion.Paylocity.com
Please refer to the current “Benefit and Enrollment Guide” below for costs, dependents, and enrollment information, or contact the Benefits Administrator, Faith Eschenfelder at: email@example.com or 727-344-1611 x5438
Eligibility for benefits is determined by the following criteria:
Full-time with Benefits — (Salary/Hourly) An employee who is regularly scheduled to work 30 hours per week on a continuous basis during the calendar year will be compensated on a salaried or hourly basis and will receive full benefits.
Part-time with Benefits — (Salary/Hourly) An employee who is regularly scheduled to work 25 or more hours per week and was hired prior to February 28, 2010 or regularly scheduled for 30 hours per week and hired after March 1, 2010 will be compensated on a salaried/hourly basis and will receive full benefits.
Part-time No Benefits — (Salary/Hourly) An employee hired after March 1, 2010 who is regularly scheduled for less than 30 hours per week will be compensated on a salaried/hourly basis and will receive no benefits other than pension credit (if earned)** and those that are required by State or Federal statute.
2020 Lay Employee Benefits Booklet 2020 Lay Employee- FINAL
2022 Benefits Guide Coming Soon – Click here for Open Enrollment Information
Optional Benefits (Employee expense) See the current Benefit and Enrollment Guide for costs and details.
New for 2021 – $50 work shoe allowance with “Shoes for Crews” available to ALL full and part time employees