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SPD Benefits Hotline Holiday Hours
The State Personnel Department Benefits Hotline is open from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Dec 24 and Dec. 31. The hotline is closed Dec. 25, Dec. 26 and Jan. 1, 2015 in observance of State Holidays.
The hotline is available from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, except for times noted above. To reach the hotline call (317) 232-1167 within the Indianapolis area or 1-877-248-0007 toll-free outside Indianapolis. You can also email SPD Benefits at SPDBenefits@spd.in.gov.
Stay on top of your health coverage
For 2015, there is a new medical plan if you qualified along with new rates for all medical plans. A number of resources are available to help you estimate your 2015 expenses, compare plans and become a more informed consumer.
Plan information and rates for 2015 our available on the Open Enrollment 2015 website.
Employees who are thinking of resigning or retiring from a position with the state of Indiana, or who have been informed of a dismissal, can find on this page general information and links to resources about benefits, obligations and programs related to leaving state government. Note that the individual application and impact of each program or benefit is dependent upon each employee's specific, factual situation. (Visit the SPD Offboarding website)
The purpose is to provide income replacement and insurance premium continuation for state employees who are unable to work due to illness or non-occupational injury. The program includes both Short-Term Disability (STD) benefits and Long-Term Disability (LTD) benefits. The Disability Program is provided to employees as a bridge to sustain employees financially either to a full recovery, partial recovery or permanent disability through Social Security.
The state provides a Worker's Compensation Program for all employees, as required by Indiana Code 22-3-1-1 through 22-3-12-5. The purpose of the Worker's Compensation Program is to provide the statutory benefits afforded an employee that is injured in the course and scope of his or her employment. The state takes seriously the responsibility of providing high quality medical care with the goal of a full recovery and return to work.