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No, unless there is a legal issue regarding you as a city employee or your department.
Once you have moved, there are certain steps that must be taken to ensure that the City and your benefit providers know how to get in contact with you.
Employees must notify their supervisors of this change AND human resources.
Police or Fire Department employees must see the Chief's admin and request the "Change of Address Packet". Once that is completed, turn that back into the Admin and they will submit the packet to Human Resources.
If you have moved and are no longer employed with the City, we'll need the corrected address for W-2's. We will need that change in writing.
If proper changes are not made within 30 days, you will have to wait until the next open enrollment period.
Yes, but only if you have jury duty on a day that you would otherwise be at work. You will be paid your regular rate of pay by the City for time served on Jury Duty. Therefore, you must sign your "Jury Duty Check" over to the City, so you are not paid twice.
After leaving the doctor's office, you must visit Human Resources to complete the proper Worker's Compensation paperwork.