Current employee resources
The following links will provide current district employees direct access to our health insurance plans, our union contracts and other useful forms. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org or (518) 475-6055.
Our benefits administrator Benetech can be reached by phone at 855-223-6383. They are your first stop for any of your benefit questions. If you are looking for even more information about a specific benefit provided, please visit any of the links below.
Benetech | benefits administrator
Capital District Physicians’ Health Plan | health insurance
Empire BlueCross BlueShield | health insurance
Delta Dental | dental insurance
VSP Vision Care | vision insurance
Capital EAP | employee assistance program
NYSTRS | New York State Teacher’s Retirement System
NYSLRS | New York State and Local Retirement System
US Omni | 403(b) retirement plan
Need verification that you are a City School District of Albany employee? Simply email any requests or paperwork to email@example.com.
Reasonable Accommodations are given to employees who have disabilities as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Accommodations are given to assist the employee with performing the essential functions of their job duties that due to their disability they are unable to perform without an accommodation. Employees cannot be granted reasonable accommodations for someone else’s disability, i.e. a family member they reside with. Telework is not a mandatory accommodation or a guarantee under the American with Disabilities Act.
If the request is for the serious health condition of the employees’ child, spouse or parent, the employee would be offered FMLA (providing they have met the requirements); as reasonable accommodations under the ADA are not applicable in this instance. The following table provides the most common concerns the District has seen and which law generally applies to that concern.
Employee serious health condition
|Child, spouse or parent serious health condition||FMLA conversation|
|Lack of childcare due to COVID||FFCRA leave conversation|