If you are a regular employee working at least 30 hours per week, you are eligible for the benefits described in this benefits portal. Great news! Your benefits coverage begins on your date of hire.
Eligible employees are automatically enrolled in Basic Life and AD&D Insurance, Short-term and Long-term Disability and the Employee Assistance Plan. All other plans are voluntary.
The IRS allows you to enroll or make changes to your benefits during the specified times below during the year:
- Within 30 days of becoming eligible
- Within 30 days of life status changes such as marriage or welcoming a new child
- Annually during the Open Enrollment period each fall
Your dependents are also eligible for many of the plans you choose for yourself. Proof of dependent status may be required to enroll. Eligible dependents include:
- Your legal spouse or domestic partner
- Your or your domestic partner's natural or adopted children up to age 26
- Your stepchildren up to age 26
- Your dependent children of any age, if disabled and incapable of self-support due to mental or physical disability (child must be disabled prior to reaching age 26)
Domestic partners are eligible if:
- You are not related to each other by blood to a degree that would bar legal marriage in the State in which you reside.
- Neither are currently married to anyone else nor currently has a different Domestic Partner.
- You assume mutual obligations for the welfare and support of each other.
- You reside together as a non-married cohabiting couple and share the common necessities of life.
- You reside together as a couple in the same household as each other’s sole Domestic Partner and intend to do so indefinitely.
- You are both at least the age of consent in the state in which you reside and are mentally competent to consent.
- You notify Databricks immediately upon termination of such domestic partnership.
Your domestic partner's expenses generally are not eligible for reimbursement from your Flexible Spending Account or Health Savings Account. The IRS states that the fair market value for domestic partner coverage is taxable to you as an employee. For additional questions, consult with your tax counsel. Please note that Domestic Partners are not currently eligible on the HMSA Hawaii plan.