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The College grants a one-time $450.00 cash allowance for a new born child (or adoption) of a regular full-time employee. In order to receive payment the employee must provide adoption documentation or a birth certificate or hospital discharge paperwork to the Human Resources Department.
If you become unemployed due to no fault of your own and no other job is available, you may be entitled to twenty-six (26) weeks of New York State Unemployment benefit.
New York State Worker's Compensation Laws, disability section, treats pregnancy as a medical illness, eligible for short term disability up to 12 weeks. Time out for disability and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) run concurrently. A three month maternity leave is the maximum permitted under the Federal Act.
Employee's are eligible to receive payment beginning on the eighth consecutive day of disability. An employee may use any earned sick time. If an employee does not have earned sick time, the insurance carrier will pay up to one-half (1/2) of the weekly salary to a maximum of $170.00 per week.
New York State Law requires the pregnant employee and treating physician to complete NYS Form DB-450. Failure to return this DB-450 Form will result in non-payment.
All Iona College employees are covered by New York State Worker's Compensation Law for injury or illness from the job. You may be eligible for payment of lost wages and medical bills under the law. Employees are responsible for immediately reporting an injury or illness to their department head.
For questions or suggestions please contact Rosemary Bartolomeo, x2049.
• Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP);
• Lifetime Limit No Longer Applies
• Newborns' Act Disclosure
• Notice of Opportunity to Enroll in connection with Extension of Dependent coverage to Age 26
• Special Enrollment Notice
• Women’s Health and Cancer Rights Act of 1998