People & Culture (HR)

  3rd Level, Charles Frey Academic Complex, Lancaster Campus
  #8257 |    peopleandculture@lbc.edu

HANDLES: Employee & Faculty on boarding, retention and benefits; staff development and organizational culture initiatives.

LBC is an equal Opportunity Employer (Read policy  )

Employee Benefits

Current Fringe Benefit Package Summaries

These are only a list of fringe benefits which are described in detail in the Employee Handbook. In the event of a discrepancy, the policy or benefit plan is the final authority.

Employee Handbook  

Health & Medical

Carrier for Medical Plan: Highmark Blue Shield
Need an advocate for claims? KTS Client Support

MEDICAL


VISION (Employee Opt in)


DENTAL

Medical Emergency Travel Assistance

If you experience a medical emergency while traveling, would you know who to call? Whether traveling for the business or pleasure, UNUM's one call connects you to:

  • – Multi-lingual, medically certified crisis management professionals
  • – A state-of-the-art global response operations center
  • – Qualified medical providers around the world

To learn more about this services read this travel assistance brochure. This piece will explain how to access and use the mobile app and/or wallet card.

 

Workplace Injury

Employee Workplace Injury Packet  

Supervisor Resources

Information for supervising student workers and employees.

Posting Student Jobs

Staffing Requisition

Workplace Conduct & Communication

Review the proceedures that LBC has established to help promote a good workplace experience and a sense of community.

  Institutional Policies

Benefit Policies

ADA Policy & Complaint Process

It is the policy of Lancaster Bible College (LBC) not to discriminate against qualified individuals with a disability with regard to any aspect of education experience or employment. LBC is committed to complying with the American with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), ADA Amendments Act of 2008, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. These acts protect persons with disabilities from discrimination associated with access to or participation in college programs and services. LBC recognizes some individuals with disabilities may require reasonable accommodations.
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Employee Investment (Tuition) Policy

(Applicable to LBC educational programs) 

Benefit eligible full-time employees, part-time employees, spouses and dependent children are eligible for tuition remission on a space available basis, according to the schedule listed in the table below. Room, board, books, fees and private lessons are not included. 2018
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Employee Tuition Remission Policy (Grandfather policy)

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Equal Opportunity Policy

Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School is an equal opportunity institution that does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex (except where sex is a bona fide occupational qualification), ancestry, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or genetic information. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, admission to and enrollment with the College.
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Mobile Equipment Policy

The scope of this policy covers the safe operation and training requirements for operation of all college owned vehicles. This policy includes the use of vans, cars, trucks, utility vehicles and other types of specialized industrial equipment. The purpose of this policy is to ensure that operators are fully trained and qualified to operate the colleges mobile vehicles so that they are able to reduce to risk of personal injury and damage to college property.
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Conduct Policies
Credit Card Use Policy & Procedures

College credit cards will be issued to faculty and staff only upon approval by the Director of Finance and the employee's senior administrator. Credit cards will only be used for business Personal purchases of any type are not allowed. LBC purchases erroneously charged to personal credit cards will be charged a $10 processing fee for reimbursement.
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Prevention of Discrimination & Harassment Policy

Lancaster Bible College is committed to a work environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity. Each individual has the right to work in a professional atmosphere that promotes equal employment opportunities and prohibits discriminatoty practices, including
harassment. Therefore it is the policy of Lancaster Bible College to strictly prohibit any conduct which constitutes harassment and to discipline any employee or student guilty of committing such conduct. This policy is based on the Biblical principles of purity and on Title VII of the
1964 Civil Rights Act and Court decisions.
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Release of Student Data Policy

Concerning the records of students who have or are attending Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School, it is important to remember that federal regulations protect the confidentiality of that information and strictly limit its distribution. The federal law is the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA). Student data are considered personal, professional, and confidential, and are not available to any person or agency outside the College.
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Reporting Suspected Misconduct (Whistleblower Policy)

Each member of the College community shares responsibility for stewardship of College resources and compliance with laws and policies. Therefore, LBC faculty, staff and students are encouraged to repo11, in accordance with this policy, and suspected misconduct by College employees, or actions of other parties that may result in financial loss or other harm to Lancaster Bible College, of which they become aware.
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Substance Abuse Policy

Lancaster Bible College seeks to be a drug/alcohol-free campus, and as such seeks to prevent the use and abuse of chemical substances. Whether on the campus of LBC or off the campus Students and staff are expected to abstain from all forms of tobacco, drinking of alcohol (except where prescribed by a physician or taken as part of the Lord's Supper), or the use of illegal substances, narcotics, or drugs (except as prescribed by a physician) or the abuse of legal substances, such as over-the-counter or prescribed medications is prohibited. Possessing, buying, selling, or manufacturing of these substances is also prohibited.
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Sexual Misconduct Policy & Procedure

It is the policy of Lancaster Bible College to strictly prohibit any conduct which constitutes sexual misconduct and to discipline any employee or student found to have violated this policy. This policy is based on the biblical principles of purity, as well as being a violation of state and federal law and the Lancaster Bible College Student Code.
All members of the College community, including employees, students and visitors have the right to be free from the devastating and detrimental consequences of sexual violence. In addition to the physical and psychological effects, sexual harassment and misconduct can severely impair and interfere with a student’s academic performance. Accordingly, preventing and remedying sexual misconduct in an educational environment is critical to ensure nondiscriminatory and safe learning surroundings. This policy is intended to define the College’s expectations with respect to reported incidents of sexual harassment or violence and to establish procedures to ensure fair, responsible, thorough and impartial investigations of such acts and discipline for violations of this policy. Sanctions for violations of this policy are severe and enacted to curb the perpetuation of sexual misconduct in the campus community.
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Title IX at LBC

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (20 U.S.C. § 1681) is an all-encompassing federal law that prohibits discrimination based on the gender of students and employees of educational institutions which receive federal financial assistance.
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Title IX, Sexual Misconduct, & Violence Policy & Procedures

It is the policy of Lancaster Bible College I Capital Seminary and Graduate School (LBC) to strictly prohibit any conduct which constitutes sexual misconduct and to discipline any employee or student found to have violated this policy. This policy is based on the biblical principles of purity, as well as being a violation of state and federal law and the Lancaster Bible College Student Code.
All members of the College community, including employees, students and visitors have the right to be free from the devastating and detrimental consequences of sexual violence, of any type, including domestic and dating violence. In addition to the physical and psychological effects, sexual harassment and misconduct can severely impair and interfere with a student's academic performance. Accordingly, preventing and remedying sexual misconduct in an educational environment is critical to ensure nondiscriminatory and safe learning surroundings. This policy is intended to define the College's expectations with respect to reputed incidents of sexual harassment or violence and to establish procedures to ensure fair, responsible, thorough and impartial investigations of such acts and discipline for violations of this policy. Sanctions for violations of this policy are severe and enacted to curb the perpetuation of sexual misconduct in the campus community.
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Holiday & Leave Policies
Disability Leave Policy

The short-term disability benefit provided by LBC is a self-funded plan for income replacement and benefit protection for employees unable to work due to illness, injury or pregnancy. Disability leaves run concurrently with the FMLA (Family Medical Leave Act) policy.
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Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

Under this policy, LBC will grant up to 12 weeks ( or up to 26 weeks of military caregiver leave to care for a covered service member with a serious injury or illness) during a specified 12-month period to eligible employees. The leave may be paid, unpaid or a combination of paid and unpaid leave, depending on the circumstances of the leave and as specified in this policy.
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Holiday Policy

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Holiday Policy for Part-time

Part-time staff members who work a regular schedule with an average of 20 hours per week or more throughout the calendar year are eligible for holiday pay on a pro-rated basis. 
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Overtime Policy

This policy applies to College employees classified as hourly, non-exempt from the overtime requirements of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act. This Act requires that non-exempt personnel be compensated for all hours actually worked, as described below, and that the College must keep records of their working hours.
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Paid Parental Leave Policy

LBC is a champion of family and as such this policy is in place to enable an employee to care for and bond with a newborn, newly adopted or newly placed child. This policy runs concurrently with leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).
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Sick Leave Policy

Lancaster Bible College recognizes that employees will need days off from work on occasion to address their medical needs. The amount of paid sick leave is based upon the employee's length of service and in accordance with the eligibility guidelines listed in the policy.
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Vacation Policy

This policy applies to all full-time, 12-month hourly/non-exempt and exempt (from overtime) employees, including hourly staff, professional staff, coaching staff, supervisors, managers and directors. This policy does not apply to 12-month faculty members or contracted administrators, which are managed by the Office of the Provost and the Office of the President, respectively.

The amount of paid vacation days are based upon the employee's length of service and in accordance with the eligibility listed in the policy.
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