Carlisle has kept health care costs flat for 4 consecutive years, contributing $2,300 for employees and $6,800 for families during that period.
Carlisle has contributed over $20 million in employee Health Savings/Reimbursement Accounts over the last 3 years.
$1.2 million reimbursed to employees over the last 3 years for continuing education including industrial skill certification programs.
A nearly 80% appreciation of our 2018 stock grant, plus a new stock option grant for eligible employees on October 3, 2022.
Carlisle has matched $49 million in 401k contributions over the last 3 years.
What’s new for 2023
Lower family deductible and out-of-pocket maximums.
2 weeks of paid parental leave.
Enhanced mental health support through Lyra.
Our Employees’ Wellbeing Is Key to Carlisle’s Success.
We have added some enhancements to our benefits lineup to bring you even more options.
- Lower family deductible and out-of-pocket maximums. We are moving to a two-tiered medical plan, meaning that the family deductible and out-of-pocket maximums will decrease. Carlisle will adjust contributions to the HSA and HRA plans accordingly.
- Expanded travel and lodging coverage. To make medical care more accessible, our medical plans provide coverage for eligible travel and lodging expenses when health care services are not available close to home.
- Enhanced mental health support through Lyra. Lyra connects you and your dependents to mental and emotional health care that is both convenient and personalized.
- New advocacy services with Health Advocate. Health Advocate provides one-on-one support to help you and your family understand your coverage, find the right medical provider, resolve insurance claims issues, and more.
- Two-weeks of Paid Parental Leave. In conjunction with other leaves programs, Carlisle will now provide two weeks of paid leave to care for a newborn, adopted, or foster child.
- New Commuter/Parking benefits with PayFlex. Set aside pretax dollars to pay for qualified transit and parking expenses related to travel to the workplace.
- Flexible Spending Accounts moving to PayFlex. If you enroll in the dependent or medical care FSA programs, you will receive a new account and debit card to access your funds.