Overview

The loss of income due to illness or injury can cause serious financial hardship for your family. Disability insurance replaces a portion of your income to help you continue paying your bills and meeting your financial obligations during this difficult time.

iconYour leave of absence benefits

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Short-term disability (STD) insurance

  • Benefit is automatic and company-paid; no need to enroll.
  • Coverage begins on day six of your disability and is retroactive to the first day of your disability.
  • Pays 60% or 100% of your salary (based on your length of service) for a maximum of 26 weeks.
  • Provided through Chubb (MetLife administers and pays the statutory disability benefits for employees in HI, NY, and NJ).

Long-term disability (LTD) insurance

  • Benefit is automatic and company-paid; no need to enroll.
  • Coverage begins after 26 weeks of disability.
  • Pays 60% of your salary, up to a maximum of:
    • $15,000 per month if your annual base salary is $300,000 or less
    • $25,000 per month if your annual base salary is more than $300,000
  • Provided through MetLife.

LTD buy-up insurance

  • Benefit is optional and employee-paid; you must enroll on the Chubb Benefits Marketplace.
  • You may choose to purchase additional LTD insurance to cover your bonus and/or commissions to receive 60% of your total compensation, up to a combined maximum (your core company-provided LTD amount plus your LTD buy-up amount) of:
    • $20,000 per month if your annual base salary is $300,000 or less
    • $30,000 per month if your annual base salary is more than $300,000
  • If you don’t elect this benefit within 30 days after your hire date or becoming eligible, you’ll need to complete an evidence of insurability (EOI) form. MetLife will reach out to you if EOI is required. Your coverage will begin once your EOI form has been approved.
  • Provided through MetLife.