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 more than 10 years by the time they cease appointment, and in association their spouses will be provided with Courtesy Identity Cards which allow them to:
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:
|Facilities||Fees / Conditions|
|Sports||Fees for using the facilities will be charged at staff rate.|
Accessed by Reader's/Borrower's Ticket issued by Library.
|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).|
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.
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(not applicable to spouse)
|Applicable to long-serving staff on retirement (including early retirement) for personal and non-commercial use.|
Updated in November 2017
In line with the University’s branding effort and to bring in improved security measures for smart campus initiatives, the University invites you to replace your Courtesy Identity Cards issued before 1 May 2018. The new Courtesy Identity Card carries the University’s new logo and a new chipset.
You would not need to replace your existing Courtesy Identity Cards if issued on or after 1 May 2018.
Affected ex-staff/spouse holding the Courtesy Identity Card(s) issued before 1 May 2018 can come to Human Resources Office for card replacement during our office hours. For security reasons, you have to return the existing card(s) upon collection of the new card(s); failing which a replacement fee of HK$80 for each lost card will be charged. Please report any loss of card(s) to HRO as soon as possible.
For enquiries, please contact Human Resources Office at (852) 3442 9250 or email to email@example.com.