What About Benefits?
The BSA Medical Plan provides comprehensive coverage for medical expenses and prescriptions. It also includes a wellness program for participating employees and their enrolled spouses.
The BSA Dental Assistance Plan provides assistance with covered dental expenses.
The BSA Vision Care Plan provides an annual eye exam and includes coverage for glasses or contact lenses.
Long-Term Disability Plan
The BSA Long-Term Disability Plan provides 60% of a participant's regular monthly income (less other income received) when an eligible employee becomes disabled and unable to work.
Group Life Insurance
The BSA Group Life Insurance Plan offers Basic Life at 1 x annual salary; Optional Life, up to 6 x annual salary; and two levels of Dependent Life Insurance for eligible dependents.
Group Accident Insurance
The BSA Group Accident Insurance Plan provides a benefit when a loss is sustained as a result of accidental death or bodily injury, on or off the job.
Scout Executives' Alliance
The BSA Scout Executives' Alliance is a fellowship fund conceived and administered by professional Scouters. The fund is fully insured through a term life policy and has no cash value.
The BSA continues to offer a defined benefit plan that provides for a lifetime income based upon salary and years of credited benefit service. Employees are eligible to enter the plan after one year of employment and become vested after five years of eligible service.
Tax-deferred annuities are also available as an additional retirement plan option. These plans provide a tax advantage to employees and supplement their income during retirement.