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Leave of absence benefits
TI provides several different types of leave of absence (LOA) benefits to employees, including medical, disability pay continuance (DPC) and long-term disability (LTD); worker's compensation; Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA); military; educational; and personal. The best source of information, such as LOA qualifications and the effect on pay and other benefits, is in the Income Protection section of the Health and Insurance Benefits Guide. The current benefits guide is available on the Health Benefits* website. Select Benefits Guides from the menu and pick the guide version applicable to your leave.

The benefits guide is also available on NetBenefits* under the Health & Insurance tab. Select the Reference Library link and locate the Summary Plan Description applicable to your leave.

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Health benefits coverage
Going on or returning from a leave of absence can impact your health benefits coverage in a number of ways. Call HR Connect at 888-660-1411 and select the option for the TI Benefits Center to speak with a TI benefits specialist about any change in eligibility before and after your leave. Review the NetBenefits* Health & Insurance tab to fully understand the impact a leave of absence may have on your TI health benefits.

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Absence & disability management
TI's Absence & Disability Management website provides information on managing situations in which you must miss work for an extended period. The team also handles accommodations for ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) requirements as well as providing resources and education to help TIers achieve optimal well-being and performance.

Information on the website includes:

  • Requesting disability pay continuance (DPC)
  • Reporting an on-the-job injury
  • Long-term disability (LTD) benefits
  • Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

Absence & disability management consultants (ADMCs) are available to assist with any work-related or non-work-related health issues for TIers. The ADMCs partner with the company and with TIers in managing disability and other types of leaves, as well as health excellence issues in general. To locate the ADMC who serves your location or organization, click here.

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Resource access
A change in employment status may impact access to physical, network and computer resources. This table shows the impact paid and unpaid leave of absence has on Enterprise Security, ITSS log-on and TI badge access.

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Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and Work-Life Resources
TI offers a free employee assistance program through Magellan that can help you through changes or issues at any stage of your life, whether they be work-related or personal. The EAP provides free counseling sessions using a solution-oriented therapy approach to problem resolution and a comprehensive online library of work-life resources including articles, tools, webinars/podcasts, calculators, self-assessments and more. Work-Life topics include childcare, senior care, daily needs, education, adoption and special needs. You can find additional information on the EAP* web page or by calling TI HR Connect at 888-660-1411 and selecting the option for employee assistance programs, then option 1 to speak to someone in person. You can also call Magellan directly at 800-888-CARE (2273).

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TI Work-Life
The TI Work-Life website has a link to information on leave of absence benefits for adoptions and paternity leave.

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*Some links on this site are available only from the TI intranet. Links that are available from both the Internet and the TI intranet are indicated with an asterisk.

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