Human Resources Office
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Email hro@cityu.edu.hk
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8:45 a.m. - 5:50 p.m.
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City University of HK,
83 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, HK

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Courtesy Identity Card

As a good employer, the University always considers ways to recognize the contributions of staff including those who retire from the University after a long and dedicated service. Staff, who have served the University satisfactorily for 10 years or more by the time they cease appointment, and in association their spouses will be provided with Courtesy Identity Cards which allow them to:

  1. access campus facilities (including those of sports, library, catering and car-parking at the University campus);
  2. enjoy preferential rates for medical and dental services provided at the on-campus Young Chung Yee Health Centre, the clinics of the University’s appointed medical and dental practitioners, and the Chinese Medicine Clinics operated by the Hong Kong Baptist University.

Please refer to the section below for details.

For long-serving retiring staff and in association their spouses, they are further entitled to an annual limit on medical and dental expenses of HK$1,500 per person (with effect from 1 January 2008) for consultations obtained from the on-campus Young Chung Yee Health Centre and the clinics of the University’s appointed medical and dental practitioners. The coverage will be provided once a year and each “year” period will span from 1 January to 31 December of a year. Details and conditions for using the services are given in the section below.

Long-serving retiring staff refers to:

  1. Staff appointed on superannuable terms, gratuity-bearing substantiated or continuous terms, and having attained the retirement age as defined in the staff member's contract of employment (the 30th  June coincident with or immediately following the 65th birthday, or that of the 60th birthday for staff members who joined before 1 January 1990  and who have elected or deemed to have elected to retain age 60 as retirement age).
  2. Staff appointed on superannuable terms and permitted by the University to go on early retirement at the age of 55 or above.
  3. Staff who have been continuously appointed on gratuity-bearing contract terms but who have attained the age of 65 and have served the University for 10 years or more by the time they leave service.

Details of Facilities Available to Courtesy Identity Card Holders including Long-serving Retiring Staff

Facilities Fees / Conditions
Sports Fees for using the facilities will be charged at staff rate.
Library

Accessed by Reader's/Borrower's Ticket issued by Library.

Application for the Reader’s or Borrower’s Ticket is to be made at the Circulation Counter of the Library. A deposit of HK$500 is required for each Borrower’s Ticket issued. Applicants will be requested to produce their Courtesy Identity Cards to support their applications. Reader’s Ticket holders can access the Run Run Shaw Library to use the collections there (except Telford Campus Collection) without borrowing privileges during normal term time. However, Partial Access Arrangement will be imposed during the Revision and Examination Periods of Semesters A and B in each academic year. Borrower’s Ticket holders will entitle to borrow 40 circulating items for a period of 30 days at any one time. Retired staff with Borrower's Ticket can have remote access to some on-line resources. Please refer to the web page of Library at http://www.cityu.edu.hk/lib/service/courtesycard.htm for details.

Catering As available to staff.
Car-Parking A parking fee discount (currently at HK$10/hour for off-peak hours and HK$30/hour for peak hours).
Medical/Dental

Preferential rates for medical and dental services provided at the on-campus Young Chung Yee Health Centre, the clinics of the University’s appointed medical and dental practitioners, and the Chinese Medicine Clinics operated by the Hong Kong Baptist University. Users may wish to approach the respective doctor/dentist for the exact charges.

For long-serving retiring staff and in association their spouses, they are further entitled to an annual limit on medical and dental expenses of HK$1,500 per person for consultations obtained from the on-campus Young Chung Yee Health Centre and the clinics of the University’s appointed medical and dental practitioners. They may claim reimbursement of the medical and dental expenses by sending the completed Staff Disbursement Claim Form together with relevant receipts to the Finance Office. Please refer to the exclusions for outpatient treatment and the claims procedures for details.
CityU Friends Email Service
(not applicable to spouse)
Applicable to long-serving staff on retirement (including early retirement) for personal and non-commercial use.

Notes:

  1. A review of the above provision will be conducted as and when the University considers appropriate.
  2. Holders need to present their Courtesy Identity Cards for accessing most of the facilities above.

Updated in December 2016

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