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COVID-19 Benefits and Resources
For City of Eugene Employees
To help reduce economic stress and assist City of Eugene employees affected by the COVID-19 outbreak, the City has implemented temporary policies and benefits to provide eligible COE employees with job-protected leave and alternative pay options. Information on these policies and other benefits and resources are described below.
Click on the tabs below for more information.
Flexible Leave Balance Exceptions
Employees who require time off due to specific COVID-19 related reason will be permitted to use any of their accrued leave banks and leave rules and restrictions will be waived.
Talk with your supervisor to explore flexible work options that may reduce or eliminate the need for leave balance exceptions. Please review the policy below for more information.
Emergency Leave Donation
The City has implemented an Emergency Leave Donation program where Regular, Limited Duration, and Recreation Activity employees can donate accrued leave to help other employees impacted by the declared COVID-19 major disaster.
While we have currently paused accepting donations to the bank, eligible employees may still request access to donated leave using the donation request form below.
Effective 01/30/22, City of Eugene Temporary employees who miss time they were scheduled to work due to COVID-19, will be eligible for up to 40 hours of donated leave if they have exhausted their available Oregon Sick Time Leave. This provision is not available for employees who are employed through Galt, Quantum, or other contracting agencies.
COVID-19 Leave Donation Program
- COVID-19 Leave Donation Program Policy
- COVID-19 Leave Donation Request Form
- COVID-19 Leave Donation Request Form - Temps
Employee Assistance Programs
The City offers free confidential counseling and problem-solving services via our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) through Cascade Behavioral Health and EAP and MTR Therapy to all City regular employees.
Cascade Behavioral Health & EAP
Specializing in providing services to those who identify as People of Color and/or LGBTQIA+.
The Voluntary Furlough policy encourages employees to help reduce payroll costs by requesting unpaid time off. Eligible employees are provided the opportunity to request unpaid time off while maintaining seniority and benefits (some restrictions may apply).
FSA for Childcare Change Instructions
If you’re enrolled in the Flexible Spending Account plan for dependents and need to change your elections due to your care needs changing, see instructions on how to change your dependent care FSA.
VOYA Deferred Comp
In regards to market volatility caused by the Coronavirus, Voya is actively keeping their website updated with news and resources. Please reference the Voya website directly for current information. VOYA also recommends the following resources: