* Administering Health, Pension and Vacation Benefits For the Men and Women Who Help Build the Southwest *
The months of September through February are included in the July Vacation distribution.
The months of March through August are included in the December Vacation distribution.
You can obtain a Vacation Request Form on this website or call the Administrative Office at (213) 386-8590 or (800) 293-1370 and have a form mailed or faxed to you.
Yes, the Vacation Department fax number is (213) 739-9437. You can also email your form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Checks are mailed by regular mail. Please allow up to 10 business days for delivery of your Vacation check before you send in a stop payment request.
Please allow up to 24 business hours for the funds to deposit into your bank account, and allow an additional 48 business hours if you have a Federal Credit Union because their hours of operation are different.
You can update your address when you mail in your Vacation Form; just make sure you print your address legibly at the bottom of the form. You can also find a Change of Address Form on our website.
This information is available at our new MemberXG Portal. You can also contact the Administrative Office at (800) 293-1370 to obtain information on hours reported and available to you for your Vacation distribution.
Please submit a Vacation Claim Form to the Administrative Office with legible copies of your paycheck stubs. Your paycheck stubs will be referred to the Collections Department for review and the Administrative Office will notify you in writing of the outcome of your audit. Please allow up to 30 to 90 days for a response.
Checks are considered to be stale dated if they are not cashed within 6 months of the date of issue. If you have a Vacation check that has not been cashed within 6 months of the issue date, contact the Administrative Office.
Effective January 1, 2019, the Trust Fund will introduce a new, enhanced Anthem Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) that will replace the current medical plans except the Kaiser HMO. Express Scripts (ESI) will administer the prescription drug benefit under the enhanced Anthem PPO. The Trust Fund will also make enhancements and changes to the Kaiser HMO and replace all dental plans with new, enhanced dental plan options administered by UnitedHealthcare (UHC). To find out more details about the changes, see Open Enrollment.
Effective January 1, 2019, the Trust Fund will discontinue the Anthem Basic Plan and introduce a new, enhanced version of the Anthem Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) Bronze Plan to replace the current Basic and Bronze Plans. To find out more details about the changes, see Open Enrollment 2019.