Employee Benefits

Employee Benefits

Listed below are the various benefits resources for City of Oxnard employees. Click on any heading to be taken to further information.
BenefitBridge (Benefits) Login
BenefitBridge is the tool for making changes to your medical/insurance benefits during the annual open enrollment period AND for changes due to life events.
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California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS)
CalPERS provides service retirement and disability benefits, annual cost-of-living adjustments and death benefits to plan members, who must be public employees and beneficiaries. Benefits are based on years of credited service, equal to one year of full time employment.
Employees can find information on their specific retirement benefits by logging into the CalPERS website here:
City of Oxnard Employees’ Benefit Guide

A comprehensive guide for all medical/insurance benefits, updated annually just before open enrollment around September for the upcoming year. Download the most recent guides here:

City of Oxnard Supplemental Retirement Plan administered by MassMutual (formerly “PARS”)
MassMutual is the new service provider for the administration of the City of Oxnard Supplemental Retirement Plan (“COSRP”), previously known as the “PARS” plan. Employees that are participants of COSRP can log into their accounts using the following link:

Empathia Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

LifeMatters by Empathia – Assistance with Life, Work, and Wellbeing
When you or your family members need useful ideas, helpful resources, or reliable professional care, LifeMatters is just a phone call away. Free, confidential LifeMatters services include:
Telephone and face-to-face counseling
  • 24/7 LifeMatters EAP help line services
  • Eight (8) sessions in-person counseling
  • Verified referrals to treatment covered by insurance
  • Referrals to community programs and resources
  • Six (6) sessions telephonic tobacco cessation program
WorkLife Services
  • Financial consultation and referral resources
  • Legal consultation and referral resources
  • Online and assisted searches for:
    • Child and elder care resources and guidance
    • Summer camps
    • Schools and colleges
    • Adoption services
    • Pet services
    • Volunteer opportunities
  • Access to mylifematters.com
    • Interactive courses
    • Calculators
    • Self-assessments
    • Articles and videos
    • Scheduled and archived webinars covering topics in well-being, work/life and management

LifeMatters’ user-friendly, confidential services are available to you and your eligible dependents 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Language assistance services in your preferred spoken and written languages are available at no cost.
Services provided directly by LifeMatters are free. If you are referred to outside resources, you will be advised about your costs, if any. For more information, call LifeMatters at 800.367.7474 or visit mylifematters.com – password coe.

TASC Post Employment Health Plan (PEHP)
TASC is the vendor for administration of the City’s Post Employment Health Plan (PEHP). For eligible employees with accounts, please log in here:
For eligible employees that have not yet set up their TASC accounts, please refer to the following document to get started:
For information on investing your TASC accounts, please refer to the attached instructions:
Voya 457 Deferred Compensation Plan
The City of Oxnard’s Deferred Compensation 457 provider is Voya Financial. Employees can defer salary up to the IRS limits annually, and have access to a wide array of financial planning and advisory tools on the Voya Financial Website, which can be accessed by clicking here:
Employees can perform most actions directly through the Voya website, including but not limited to the following:
  • Add or change deferral amounts
  • Add or change beneficiaries
  • Manage investment options
  • Access financial planning tools
  • Obtain monthly statements and tax forms
New Account Setup
For new accounts, please follow the instructions on the attached document:
Vacation/Annual Leave Redemption
For Vacation or Annual Leave Redemption, please complete the following form and return to the Payroll Division of the Finance Department:
Vacation/Annual Leave Redemption
For Age 50+ or 3-year catch up elections, please complete both of the following forms and return them to the Payroll Division of the Finance Department:
Voya Representative
City employees may contact the following Voya Representative directly for assistance:

Jason Bahramian
Registered Representative
Voya Financial Advisors
1030 Nevada Street, Ste. 203
Redlands, CA 92374
Tel: 310.938.5695 Fax: 515.698.3853
Email: Jason.Bahramian@voya.com

One-on-one meetings with the Voya representative (if available) can be scheduled through the following link:
The Standard Life Insurance & Ancillary Benefits
The Standard Life Insurance Company (“The Standard”) provide standard and optional life insurance benefits to City employees. Please refer to the annual City of Oxnard Employee Benefits Guide for specific coverage information here
In addition, The Standard also provides travel assistance and life services at no cost to City employees. Information on these benefits is contained in the flyers below.