Active, regular full-time employees.
Active, regular part-time employees regularly scheduled to work at least 20 hours a week.
Temporary employees who are not seasonal employees and who are on Assurant’s payroll and are regularly scheduled to work at least 30 hours per week.
Employees on a qualifying leave of absence also may be eligible for certain Assurant benefits if they pay their share of the premium.
Seasonal employees working annually in positions of limited duration not to exceed five months.
Leased employees or independent contractors.
Employees not on the U.S. payroll.
Your lawful spouse.
Your domestic partner.
|Spouses/domestic partners of your eligible adult child(ren).2|
Your child(ren), up to the end of the month in which they turn age 26, regardless of student or marital status or whether they live at home with you.
Your unmarried child(ren) who are permanently and totally disabled and – if age 26 or older – for whom you have provided proof of disability.
|Grandchild(ren) or step-grandchild(ren), unless you claim the child(ren) on your federal taxes and you are the legal guardian.|
See the Assurant Health and Welfare Benefit Plan Summary Plan Description (SPD) for a full description of dependent eligibility and any documentation required for all plans.
1Refer to the Assurant Health and Welfare Benefit Plan Summary Plan Description (SPD) for the definition of a domestic partner and the tax implications of domestic partner coverage.
2Eligible children include your own and your spouse's/domestic partner's biological and adopted children.