Miami-Dade County officials continue to work with local, state and federal agencies in monitoring COVID-19, part of the coronavirus family. Follow all County updates and County employee updates.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) requires certain employers to provide their employees with paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave for specified reasons related to COVID-19.
As an eligible Miami-Dade County employee, you may enroll yourself and eligible dependents for coverage in one of the offered medical plans.
You may enroll yourself and your eligible dependents for dental coverage even if you decline the medical coverage.
The MetLife Vision Plan is available to all employees eligible for medical and dental coverage, regardless of union affiliation.
You may cover your spouse or domestic partner and dependent children under your medical, dental and vision plans. Learn more about the requirements for dependent eligibility.
Once the annual open enrollment period closes, you may add or delete dependents to your health plan only under limited circumstances known as a Qualifying Event.
COBRA requires continuation coverage to be offered to covered employees and their covered dependent(s) when group health coverage would otherwise be lost due to certain specific events.
Here you'll find forms related to Change-in-Status, Flexible Spending Account claim reimbursement, overage dependent eligibility, and a link to designate your beneficiaries for life benefits.
General financial guidance and pre-retirement financial planning to help all Florida Retirement System (FRS) members through the process.
Miami-Dade County provides retirement benefits for eligible employees through the FRS.
You must complete and submit a Retiree Insurance Application to the Benefits Administration Unit to continue your coverage into retirement.
Here you'll find all forms related to election, enrollment, insurance claims and deferred compensation.
If you are like most people, you want to make sure that your loved ones are adequately provided for should something happen to you.
The prepaid legal plan offers affordable and unlimited access to professional attorneys for a wide array of legal needs.
The Deferred Compensation Plan is a tax deferred savings plan that can be used at retirement to supplement your Florida Retirement System and Social Security benefits.
If you are absent from work due to your own medical condition, disability insurance will replace a portion of your income.
A leave of absence is an approved absence without pay for a maximum period of one year.
When you set up a Flexible Spending Account, the funds are deducted from your salary before taxes are withheld.
Employee Support Services are available to all Miami-Dade employees and their eligible dependent family members.
The County’s Wellness Program features health fairs, nutrition and education sessions, onsite health coaches and much more.
Miami-Dade County's Employee Recognition Programs are designed to recognize employees who demonstrate exceptional service and achievements in their public duties.
Can your team of 20 colleagues or less log 25,000 miles before another team competitor? Track the progress and travels of your departmental teams.
Our Wellness Works program offers health and wellness coaching for employees and dependents who are AvMed Members.
The Human Resources Department provides centralized personnel services for all County departments.
We work with departments to identify and assist with workforce issues including a renewed emphasis on performance management and standardized discipline policies, employee development and knowledge transfer, ongoing evaluation of workplace rules, and implementation of workforce metrics to measure and analyze overtime utilization, absenteeism, appeals, payroll issues, and employee development needs.
We coordinate negotiation of collective bargaining agreements and develop viable and sustainable healthcare options. Employee programs include training, wellness and diversity.
We provide residents and employees with a means to have discrimination cases heard and resolved through investigation, mediation, and appeals.