Ourmost valuable resource is our workforce! Our employees deliver essential services to our citizens and Seward County prides itself with providing excellent benefits to our employees. We have created this page for our employees to find benefit information.
Amwell - This is our Telemedicine option available to employees through our insurance. Best of all regular doctors visits are free to employees. Download the Amwell App to your smart phone or access online via your computer. View our flyer with additional info here.
Benefits Guide - An overview of our benefits for the current plan year. COVID 19 and Employee Travel Policy - NEW
Due to the current Coronavirus (COVID19) pandemic, Seward County has instituted the following travel policy for it's employees. Understand that we follow KDHE and CDC guidelines when employees travel. Employees who travel to restricted areas listed on KDHE, CDC or other active health order will result in a mandated employee quarantine for 14 days, unpaid, unless the employee has PTO they can use. To see the list of restricted areas click on the KDHE Link and/or the CDC Link.
KPERS - KPERS account- Do you wonder how much you have in KPERS? Click here to register and view your KPERS account online.
Family First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) - NEW
This is legislation that provides for special paid leave and extends some provisions of traditional FMLA due to the COVID19 Pandemic. Please review Seward County's full policy,
Seward County Employee Committee - The Employee Committee consists of an employee from each department of the County that is a spokesperson for your department to represent you.
Seward County Employee Committee Scholarship - The Seward County Employee Committee awards two (2) $400 scholarships to full time college students who are the Child or Grandchild of a Seward County employee. *PLEASE NOTE: Scholarship is open in the spring review requirements before applying. To apply for the scholarship you can submit the application online or download,
Seward County Wellness Committee - Seward County recently received a wellness grant from Pathways to a Healthy Kansas. Pathways is a cooperative effort between WorkWell KS and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas. Workwell KS is a work site initiative that provides leadership to businesses and organizations to support work site health.