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Hurst Benefits

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When joining Team Hurst, we want you to enjoy the benefits offered to you and your family. We know you work hard delivering strong customer service to all who live, work, play, shop, and benefit from the services we provide. Brief summaries of benefits available to Team Hurst members are available below.

Available to full-time employees:

Health, Dental, Life, and LTC

Three health plan options are available to eligible city employees and their dependents with employees contributing a very reasonable amount based on rate of pay and level of coverage selected. The City of Hurst provides life, dental, long-term disability, and "core" long-term care insurance for eligible City employees at no cost for employee coverage.


Regular full-time employees receive longevity at the rate of $4 / month per year of consecutive full-time employment with the City of Hurst, up to a maximum of 25 years. Longevity is paid biweekly.

Attendance Pay

This plan provides for an incentive for each full-time employee to keep sick leave at a minimum. Employees are paid a cash award each December based upon their sick leave usage during the previous fiscal year (October 1 through September 30). To be eligible an employee must complete the full twelve months of the previous fiscal year in a regular budgeted position.

Service Awards

The City is proud to recognize the service of its employees. Special recognition is presented on every five year anniversary, beginning with the employee's fifth anniversary.

Our three-pronged approach to help build a strong retirement:


All regular full-time and all regular part-time employees are required to join the Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS). Beginning with the first paycheck of employment, each city of Hurst member of TMRS will deposit (by payroll deduction) into TMRS seven (7%) percent of his/her gross pay. In retirement the City will match the deposit in the system in an amount double to the amount deposited by the employee.

Social Security

City employees are covered by social security. Both the City and the employee make deposits.

Deferred Compensation (457 Plan)

Deferred compensation programs through Nationwide Retirement is available to all regular full-time employees, as well as part-time employees that work 1000+ hours per year. 

Time Away From Work

City-observed Holidays

New Year's Day - January 1st
Friday preceding Easter Sunday
Memorial Day - last Monday in May
Independence Day - July 4th
Labor Day - first Monday in September
Thanksgiving - 4th Thursday in November
Friday after Thanksgiving
December 24th or 26th
Christmas - December 25th

Birthday: A birthday holiday is available to all employees, full and part time, except seasonal. Employees who have completed one or more years of service as of January 1st of each year are eligible to receive one day off with pay for their birthday. A full year must be met before this holiday is available. Depending on the time of year you begin your career with the City of Hurst, this could potentially be the second year of employment.


Vacation accrual begins immediately upon employment in a full-time budgeted position.  Full-time, regular and probationary employees accrue vacation leave as follows:

Years Maximum Hours
1 - 5 10 days (80 hours)
6-10 15 days (120 hours)
10+ 20 days (160 hours)
Accrual of vacation begins immediately upon employment with the City in a regular budgeted position.

Leaves of Absence

Sick Leave

All full-time regular employees shall accrue fifteen (15) days sick leave per year. Sick leave may be accrued without limit.

Military Leave

A maximum of ten (10) days per calendar year paid military leave will be granted to all regular employees for the purpose of responding to orders of the military service.

Administrative Leave

All employees who are registered voters are entitled to a reasonable time off to vote in elections.

Court Leave

Court leave will be granted to all employees for the purpose of appearing as a juror in the proceedings of a legally recognized court or other body having power of proceedings.

Emergency Leave

All full-time employees may be granted emergency leave for a period not to exceed three (3) days in a calendar year in the case of a death in their immediate family.