An eligible employee is any employee who: Works 30 or more hours per week on a year round basis Has annual reporting of FICA withholdings by means of a W2 Is listed on the group's wage and tax statement
Employees entitled to receive a benefit, such as the right to participate in a company-sponsored retirement plan or stock plan.
An employee who meets the eligibility requirement specified in the group contract to qualify for coverage.
an individual who has a faculty or senior research appointment of at least half-time or greater
a regular full-time or regular part-time employee of United, but not an employee classified as temporary
Any employee of the University who is employed under one of the University´s enterprise bargaining agreements or an employment contract that provides for salary packaging. Program participation is not normally (exceptions may apply) available to: Casual staff Expatriate staff Staff wanting to package a Benefit (eg Motor Vehicle) for a period that is greater than their employment contract.
An employee who meets all requirements of employment to qualify for coverage, as listed in the Certificate of Coverage, and for whom health insurance premium is paid. Requirements may include being an active, full-time employee and working a certain number of hours per week.
An employee who works full-time, with a normal work week of 30 hours or more. An employer can choose to treat part-time employees who work at least 10 hours per week as eligible employees as long as at least one employee works 30 hours or more per week
A bargained-for employee; an employee who is eligible to participate in PATHWAYS under the terms of the collective bargaining agreement. This includes all regular full-time and regular flexible and regular seasonal bargained-for employees with six months Term of Employment of an eligible QWEST company.
Health plan contracts outline requirements for an employee to meet eligibility requirement in the health plan, which are based on factors such as full-time or part-time employment as stipulated in the contract.
An employee who meets the requirements specified within the employer group contract to qualify for health benefit coverage.
Employee who qualifies to receive benefits.
An employee who meets the eligibility requirements for coverage in a group plan. To be eligible to join a group plan, you usually must work full-time for at least 30 hours a week. Some group plans may require employees to be a certain pay grade or job classification to be eligible for coverage.
any employee (having met age and service requirements) who is eligible to become a participant in a plan pursuant to the terms of the plan document.
An employee who is eligible to participate in an ESOP.
A permanent employee who works either full-time (at least 30 hours) or part-time (between 15 - 29 or 20 to 29 hours) and has a normal work schedule. They must be compensated for the work by their employer (subject to withholdings appearing on a W-2 form). Sole Proprietors/Partners/Corporate Officers are eligible and must work at least 20 hours per week. Others: Seasonal workers within the agricultural industry, and private household staff may be considered eligible though subject to underwriting approval.
an employee who is eligible to be covered under a plan.
(1) Any employee of a sponsoring organization that satisfies certain qualifications for participation in the company's group life insurance, group health insurance, or group retirement plan. (2) According to the U.S. federal Family and Medical Leave Act, an employee who has been employed by a covered employer for at least 12 months and who has worked at least 1,250 hours during the 12 months preceding the start of a leave.
An eligible employee is someone who has met the requirements to participate in a retirement plan.
An employee who is eligible based on the requirements as indicated in the group contract.