On November 27, 2018, the Board recognized November as National Adoption Awareness Month. To become a foster or adoptive parent call 888-811-1121.
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Annual Benefits Enrollment began October 1 and continues until midnight on October 31, with your benefit elections taking effect January 1, 2019. This is your opportunity to review your current benefits and to enroll or make changes to your benefits for 2019! You should receive your Annual Benefits Enrollment packet in the mail by October 12, 2018, but if you already know your elections, you can enroll anytime.
HAVE NOT RECEIVED OR LOST YOUR 2019 ANNUAL ENROLLMENT PACKET?
You can view and print electronic copies of the Enrollment Materials by clicking below
Select your plan’s tab: Choices, Options, MegaFlex or Flex. You may view or print each plan’s Highlights Guide, Quick Start Summary, Medical and Dental Plans Comparison Chart and Summary Plan Description (SPD). (2019 SPDs will be available in November 2018).
HOW TO ENROLL
You can enroll online or by phone, using either the web enrollment or telephone enrollment systems! Both systems are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for the entire month of October 2018.
ENROLL EARLY and avoid the last minute rush! Remember that both telephone and Web enrollment systems will shut down at midnight on October 31st.
Try enrolling online! It’s fast, easy and you’ll see your changes as you make them! This year you can also enroll using a smart phone or tablet!
Access the web enrollment system at www.mylacountybenefits.com. If you don’t have access to a computer at work or at home, you can also visit your local library for access.
If you’ve got questions about your benefits or enrollment, we can help!
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The highly-anticipated Career Pathfinder is here! Elevated career exploration begins today!
The Department of Human Resources is pleased to announce the launch of the Career PathFinder. This tool provides career planners the opportunity to explore actual County career paths from the past 15-30 years, including such insights as the most common paths to or from each job title and the salary difference of each of those paths. Exploring this never-before-offered information and using the tool’s customized reporting feature promise to be meaningful steps in planning a County career.
Made possible with funding by the County of Los Angeles Quality and Productivity Commission, the Career PathFinder is a ground-breaking new resource. Elevate your career by visiting the Career PathFinder today.
Beginning July 15, there’s a new way for County employees to get assistance with technical issues, County Enterprise Systems and service requests. The NEW eService Portal lets you create service tickets and automatically routes to the appropriate support team – fast and efficiently.
Please click on link for details: