You can make changes to your benefits when you experience a qualified status change (like a marriage or the birth or adoption of a child) if:
Qualified status changes include:
* If you lose or gain coverage for a state premium assistance program under Medicare or Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), you have 60 days from the date of the eligibility change to request enrollment or cancellation of your benefits.
**Coverage for Sysco-sponsored benefits is effective on the first day of the month coincident with or following part-time to full- time employment status change effective date, if you already satisfied a 60-day period of active employment. If you have not already satisfied a 60-day period of active employment period on the part-time to full-time employment status change effective date, there is a waiting period based on your original hire date to become eligible for Sysco-sponsored benefits on the first day of the month following or coincident with a 60-day waiting period.
To learn more about qualified status changes, click here.
New hires and newly-eligible associates have 31 days from the date of hire/eligibility to elect your benefits. If you don't make your elections within the initial 31 day period of eligibility, you'll have to wait until Benefits Enrollment unless you have a qualified status change. Benefits are effective on the first of the month on or after 31 days of employment or becoming newly-eligible.
You'll receive details about your enrollment deadline and how to enroll in the mail. To review the New Hire Checklist, click here.