This Benefits Guide describes benefits provided to all non-union U.S. associates. Eligibility for union associates is subject to the terms of their Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Full-time, active associates in the U.S. are eligible for Sysco's group benefits (medical, dental, vision, life, AD&D, long-term disability and flexible spending accounts). You can find eligibility information for other benefits with their descriptions in this guide.
You may also cover certain family members, including your legal spouse (unless otherwise required by law) and your dependent child(ren). Eligible children include:
Dependent children may remain covered to age 26, regardless of whether they live with you or not. Coverage ends on the day before the dependent’s 26th birthday.
Eligibility for dependent children status may be extended for an unmarried physically or mentally disabled child, regardless of age, provided the disability started by or before age 26. Proof of the child’s disability must be submitted to your medical insurance administrator within 31 days of the child’s 26th birthday.
It is your responsibility to confirm and verify that an individual meets the definition of a dependent and provide any and all proper documentation for dependents when requested.
Part of the enrollment process includes verifying your dependents covered under Sysco's benefit plans. Dependents are eligible for benefits, provided they meet the eligibility rules defined in the Sysco benefit plans. Sysco will conduct a verification of dependent data after the enrollment period ends. Alight’s Dependent Verification Center will request documentation (i.e. birth certificate, proof of marriage, adoption or legal guardianship records and joint ownership paperwork) to validate the relationship with your eligible dependents.
Please note that falsification of dependent eligibility may result in disciplinary action, up to and including loss of benefits or termination of employment. Make sure you only add dependents that are eligible for coverage under the Sysco plans.