First Year of Biden-Harris Administration: A failure to make bold needed changes to immigration policies

WASHINGTON - The first year of the Biden-Harris Administration has been a marked failure on making bold and needed changes to immigration policies; instead the administration has trotted out failed tactics from previous administrations. The Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) urgently demands that the administration start its second year afresh by rejecting the racism which underlies our current immigration system and moving toward immigration policies rooted in racial justice. 

ILRC Employment Benefits

ILRC Employment Benefits

Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance
ILRC covers full medical, dental, and vision for the employee and child dependents, and 50% for employee spouses.

Paid Time Off (PTO)
ILRC offers 15 vacation days, and after one year of service, you receive an additional five days, bringing you to 20 days. 

Holidays
ILRC offers 11 holidays per year and two floating holidays. 

Paid Sick Leave
ILRC offers 12 sick days.

ILRC Sabbatical Leave 
The ILRC offers paid sabbatical leave from work. After five (5) years of continuous employment, an eligible employee may apply for paid sabbatical leave up to eight (8) weeks. After ten (10) years of continuous employment, an eligible employee may apply for paid sabbatical leave up to twelve (12) weeks. 

Annual Professional Development Stipend
ILRC staff are eligible for an annual professional development stipend of $2,500.

Annual Wellness Stipend
From 2024-2027, ILRC staff are eligible for an annual wellness stipend of $2,500.

403b Plan and Pension Plan
Optional 403b plan with Vanguard, Fidelity, or TIAA. A pension plan through TIAA that includes 4% contribution of the staff’s annual salary, eligible one year after hire. ILRC board approval required.

Employee Assistance Program
The EAP (Employee Assistance Program) is available at no cost to you, provided through our partnership with HealthAdvocate.  

Pre-Tax Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA), Dependent Care, Transit and Parking
ILRC offers the options of having Medical Reimbursement, Dependent Care Reimbursement, Transit and Parking account to help save on expenses with pre-tax dollars you set aside.

Basic Life Insurance, Long-Term Disability and Short-Term Disability
ILRC offers 100% company paid Basic Life Insurance for every benefit eligible employee through UNUM in the amount of 1x your salary up to $150,000. We also offer Short-Term and Long-Term Disability coverage that will help replace your income in the event you are unable to work due to an injury or illness.

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