Employee Benefits

Attracting and retaining quality employees is a high priority for the City of Spring Hill. We offer a comprehensive and competitive compensation and benefits package. Employees can elect to enroll in the programs that best meet their needs and the needs of their families.

Health and Wellness

The City of Spring Hill offers a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental, vision and long-term care insurance. In addition, the City provides life and long-term disability for employees and an Employee Assistance Program for employees and their families.

Group Health Insurance

Humana: 1 (800) 622-9529

Dental Insurance

Delta Dental Kansas: 1 (800) 234-3375

Vision Insurance

VSP Coupons and Rebates
VSP: 1 (800) 877-7195

Voluntary: Employee Assistance Program

Humana Behavioral Health1 (800) 890-8288

KPERS Retirement (including disability and death benefits)

All eligible employees are enrolled in either the Kansas Public Employment Retirement System (KPERS) or the Kansas Police and Fire Retirement System (KP&F). Employee contribution percentages of gross wages are set by the State of Kansas. City contributions are actuarially determined each year and are a higher percentage than contributed by the employee.

Deferred Compensation (457 Plan)

The City of Spring Hill participates in the State of Kansas Deferred Compensation Program. Deferred compensation is an optional plan that allows employees to postpone receiving part of their current salary until retirement. Employees pay no federal income taxes on the salary deferred or on any investment earnings until received.

KPERS 457 Fact Sheet

KPERS: 1 (800) 232-0024

Workers' Compensation

Workers' compensation provides for hospitalization, medical and physician’s expenses, loss of pay and death benefits for any employee injured or killed by an accident arising out of or in the course of their employment with the city. The cost of this insurance is paid by the City.

Life Insurance

If you would like to purchase optional life insurance for your dependents or yourself you are welcome to do so through KPERS Optional Group Life Insurance (OGLI).

KPERS Optional Life Insurance Booklet

KPERS: 1 (800) 232-0024

Educational Assistance Program

The City of Spring Hill encourages employees to take advantage of educational and vocational opportunities. All full-time employees are eligible for reimbursement for tuition and books for college credit courses taken to help improve their performance in their current position or better prepare them for promotion to related and higher-level positions. Program eligibility requirements and limits apply.

Paid Leave

The City offers a very generous paid leave program that includes vacation leave and sick leave (accruals are based on length of service); scheduled and personal holidays (combined total of nine per year); philanthropic leave; military leave; bereavement leave; and sick leave.