Your Total Rewards statement can be accessed through the GaBreeze Benefit Center website. It includes both direct and indirect compensation information. Click the title on the home page to view your statement.
The following information can be added through GaBreeze:
DOAS establishes and maintains Georgia's statewide system of pay ranges for all job classes. We also develop compensation rules and policies. More information about the State Personnel Board Rules governing compensation and salary can be found here.
Paycheck & Leave Information on Employee Self Service
The Employee Self Service ESS/TeamWorks website is available for employees to:
The Employees' Retirement System of Georgia (ERSGA) administers the state of Georgia's retirement plans, including our 401(k) and 457 plans. These are collectively referred to as Peach State Reserves (PSR).
Learn more about the features and benefits of PSR here.
To enroll in PSR or to make changes to your existing account, please visit the GaBreeze website or call (877) 342-7339.
Social Security Administration
The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides retirement income for almost every American worker. They also administer disability, survivor, and family benefits, and enroll individuals in Medicare. Access the SSA website here.
Well-Being - View Selected Plans
Health Benefit Plan
Flexible Benefit Plan
Life, Disability, and Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance
Flexible Spending Accounts
Paid Time Off
The state recognizes value in providing a reasonable amount of time off to assist employees with balancing work and personal needs. State Rule 16governs absence from work. It provides details on:
Leave of Absence
Paid Parental Leave
Career and Training Opportunities
The state authorizes incentive compensation and awards to support the recruitment and retention of qualified talent. Learn more here.
The Faithful Service Awards Program recognizes employees for their service to the citizens of Georgia. Awards begin with five years of total service and continue every five years thereafter. Approximately 13,000 state employees are recognized annually through this program. Learn more here.
Employee Assistance Program
State agencies may use an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to help employees cope with and overcome problems that may affect work behavior and/or performance. Learn more here.
Flexible and Alternate Work Schedule
Path2College 529 Plan
The Path2College 529 Plan is a state-sponsored, tax-advantaged 529 college savings plan that helps families and individuals plan for the cost of education. You can get enrollment, ACP, and payroll deduction information here or call (866) 529-9529.
Other Life Benefits
FlexTrans Georgia CommuteSmart
The Georgia CommuteSmart initiative encourages expanded commute options and flexible work schedules for eligible employees. Pursuing these goals will improve workers' productivity and morale, as well as attract and retain talent. It will also indirectly help the private-sector economy by reducing traffic congestion. Learn more about available programs here.
Discounts are available to Georgia state employees and their families across a variety of services, including entertainment, insurance, technology, and travel. Learn more here or email: email@example.com.
Student Loan Refinancing
Student loan refinancing is available through Georgia United Credit Union. You can visit this website to apply for a consolidated loan that offers a more manageable monthly payment with a potentially lower interest rate.
Georgia State Charitable Contributions Program (GASCCP)
State and University System of Georgia employees have the opportunity to contribute to a multitude of charities through the convenience of payroll deduction. Learn more about the Georgia State Charitable Contributions Program (GASCCP) and how you can participate.