My LA County Benefits is your one-stop shop for a breakdown of information and all related services and rewards associated with being an employee of the LAC.
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Among the many advantages of having an online account, you’ll find access to Absence Management, One-On-One Enrollment, and information on the Benefits Administration.
Setting Up Your MyLACountyBenefits Login
Getting set up with an account login is easy on this website.
- To log into the online portal, you’ll need access to your six-digit employee ID (your employee identification number excluding the “E”) and your PIN or password.
- If it is your first time logging in, you will enter your birthdate’s two-digit month and four-digit year as your password.
- Once approved, you will be prompted to change your passcode to a unique eight-digit code, which will be your PIN/Password from then forward.
My LA County Employee Benefit Programs
If you are looking for a career that offers generous employee benefit programs, look no further than Los Angeles County. There are a wide variety of government employment opportunities that offer some of the largest employee benefit programs in the public-sector.
These employee benefits cover everything from retirement and pensions plans, health care and dental, as well as a flexible work-life balance.
Department of Human Resources – Flex Benefit Plans
Ask Los Angeles County employees what they like best about their government employment and you are bound to hear that the employee benefit program plays a big part. The county offers highly competitive benefits, broken down into four flexible benefit plans.
- Choices Benefit Plan
- Options Benefit Plan
- MegaFlex Benefit Plan
- Flexible Benefit Plans
County employees may choose from the above plan options, offering both pre-tax and post-tax benefits. Those enrolled in one of the above plans may choose from my benefit wallet; medical insurance, dental coverage, group life insurance, short and long-term disability options, accidental death and dismemberment insurance and more. Click to learn more about the full coverage of the LA County Employee Benefit Programs.
CSA and CSF Numbers
For retired employees of the LAC, you may be wondering how to access information on your benefits.
To do that, you must first apply. When the Office of Personnel Management receives your retirement application, it may take up to 3-4 weeks before they can review and approve it.
This can sometimes take longer if there is a mistake or other discrepancy on your application, which warrants additional information and reviews.
After completing the approval process, OPM will mail you a welcome letter and a retirement card.
The retirement card will contain your CSA (Civil Service Annuity) number, a seven-digit number included in all correspondence from the Office of Personnel Management.
If the retiree has passed away and you are the survivor applying for their benefits, you will need to send a certificate of death along with the application.
Once approved, they will mail you the same welcome letter that instead includes your CSF number, which will be included in all correspondence with them.
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