City of Little Rock Benefits
Non-Uniformed Union Eligible Full-Time Employees
Health Insurance (medical, dental, vision) -The City pays a portion of the total cost of employee only health insurance. Coverage for an employee's dependents is available at the employee's option; the City pays part of the cost of this additional coverage.
Life Insurance - The City pays the total cost of employee life insurance. Amount of coverage is one to three times salary, based on job classification.
Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) – The City pays the total cost for employee AD&D. Amount of coverage is one times salary.
Long-Term Disability – The City pays the total cost of long-term disability insurance. Amount of coverage is 60% of salary.
Retirement – Our 401a pension plan requires contributions by both the City and the employee.
Regular, full-time employees shall earn vacation Leave at the following rate:
Days Per Year
Up to 3 yrs. of service10
3 yrs. to 10 years of service15
10 yrs. to 20 yrs. of service18
20 yrs. of service and over22
Vacation may be accumulated; however, a maximum of thirty (30) days may be carried over to the next year.
Regular, full-time employees receive three (3) discretionary Leave days each calendar year. Discretionary days for new employees are prorated as follows:
If hired January 1 through March 303
If hired April 1 through June 302
If hired July 1 through September 301
If hired October 1 through December 310
Discretionary days will not be carried over to the next calendar year.
Regular, full-time employees earn sick Leave from the first day of employment at the rate of twelve (12) days per year with a maximum accrual of 125 days.
Sick Leave may be used for personal illness or injury, medical, dental, and optical examinations, and pregnancy or any related disabilities.
Sick Leave may be used for members of the employee's immediate family (spouse and children). Procedures vary by employee group. Employees in non-union-eligible classifications should consult the Administrative Personnel Policy and Procedure Manual to obtain information about family sick Leave. Employees in union-eligible classifications should consult the AFSCME Statement of Agreement and/or their union stewards.
Regular, full-time, non-probationary employees shall receive up to three (3) days [four (4) for out-of-state funerals] with pay to handle necessary funeral arrangements or related business for a death in their immediate family. Immediate family shall be defined as mother, father, brother, sister, son, daughter, grandparents, grandchildren, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, spouse, or spouse's immediate family.
Longevity pay will be paid at the rate of $3 for each year of service up to and including the fifth (5th) year and $6 per month for each year of service beginning at six (6) years and for each year of service thereafter.
for other leaves and observed holidays.