Walmart employee benefits breakdown

Walmart employee benefits breakdown

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August 23, 2020
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Here is a breakdown of the benefits that are offered to both Full-time and Part-time Walmart employees.

Walmart full-time hourly employee eligibility

To be eligible for benefits as a full-time hourly associate, you must be classified in the company’s payroll system as a full-time hourly associate.

Enrollment: You can enroll anytime between your first paycheck and the first day of the month you’ll reach your 89th day of employment.* You can cover your spouse or domestic partner, plus children and stepchildren up to age 26.

*Example: Let’s say you’re hired on March 15. Your 89th day on the job will be June 12. So you'll have until June 1, the first day of that month, to enroll.

Dependents
Full-time hourly employees can elect to cover:

• Spouse/partner

• Dependent child(ren)

Walmart Part-time/temporary employee eligibility

To be eligible for benefits as a part-time hourly associate, you must be classified in the company’s payroll system as a part-time hourly associate. To be eligible to enroll in medical benefits, you must work an average of at least 30 hours per week

To be eligible for benefits as a temporary associate

You must be classified in the company’s payroll system as a temporary associate. To be eligible to enroll in medical benefits, you must work an average of at least 30 hours per week, with the exception of temporary associates in the field supply chain, who must work an average of at least 24 hours per week.

Enrollment

You can enroll anytime between your 52-week anniversary and the first day of the second month after that.* You can cover your children and stepchildren up to age 26, and you’ll need to meet an hours requirement for medical coverage.

*Example: Let’s say you're hired on May 15, 2019. Your 52-week anniversary will be May 15, 2020. So you'll have until July 1, 2020 to enroll.

Dependents
Part-time hourly and temporary employees, part-time truck drivers can elect to cover:

• Spouse/partner

• Dependent child(ren)

Walmart Employee Health Benefits

Full-time hourly associates

Medical

• HMO plans

• Dental (enrollment is for two full calendar years)

• Vision

• Critical illness insurance

• Accident insurance

• AD&D

Part-time hourly and temporary associates

Medical

• HMO plans

• Dental (enrollment is for two full calendar years)

• Vision

• Critical illness insurance

• Accident insurance

• AD&D

Part-time truck drivers

  • To be eligible for benefits as a part-time truck driver, you must be classified in the company’s payroll system as a part-time truck driver. You do not need to work a minimum number of hours per week to be eligible to enroll in medical benefits as a part-time truck driver.

Medical Benefits

• HMO plans

• Dental (enrollment is for two full calendar years)

• Vision

• Critical illness insurance

• Accident insurance

• AD&D

Initial enrollment period

You must enroll in coverage between the date of your first paycheck and the day prior to your effective date. When coverage is effective: Your coverage is effective the first day of the calendar month during which your 89th day of continuous employment falls.

Additional Walmart benefits and perks

Walmart Employee Financial Benefits

  • Associate discount card plus exclusive discounts on great stuff — like 10% off fresh fruits and veggies.
  • Your hard work and contributions to the company's success can turn into cash bonuses.

  • Short-term disability: Can’t work due to a medical condition? You’re covered automatically by short-term disability. (Full-time only)
  • Long-term disability: When your short-term disability runs out, long-term disability keeps you covered for 50% or 60% of your average wage, depending on which option you pick.

Walmart Employee Better Living Benefits:

  • Paid time off (PTO): Walmart’s paid-time-off programs give you flexibility and choice for holidays, sick time, vacations, or just a little downtime.

  • Maternity & Paternity leave: Birth moms can get up to 9 weeks of paid leave — and all parents can take 6 weeks for a birth, adoption, or foster-care placement. (Full-time only).

  • GED or learn English: Earn your GED at no cost with unlimited access to prep materials, test attempts, a test pass guarantee, and more. Or learn English and other languages at no cost with Rosetta Stone.

  • $1-a-day college: Choose from a number of university programs for working adults and get coaching, book reimbursement, and more with Live Better U—all for just $1 a day.
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