Your employment status determines the benefits you’re eligible to enroll in. As a seasonal employee, you're eligible for:
- 401(k) Savings Plan
- Employee Stock Purchase Plan
- Employee Assistance Program
- Child and Elder Care
- Time Away
- Medical with Pharmacy (if applicable)
Note: Seasonal employees are included in a 12-month measurement period to determine health care benefit eligibility. If you’re a seasonal employee who has worked 1,560 hours within a one-year measurement period (generally from your date of hire), you’ll be eligible for medical insurance through the Cigna Select PPO plan for you and your dependents. If you have a break in service of 13 weeks or more during your 12-month measurement period, a new 12-month measurement period begins at the start of your most recent rehire date.
Hawaii state law requires that employers offer medical benefits to seasonal employees residing in Hawaii. To be eligible, you must have completed four consecutive weeks, working a minimum of 20 hours per week. Hawaii seasonal workers will be able to enroll in the Kaiser Hawaii HMO medical plan once the requirements are met. If you do not make an election for coverage, you will be defaulted into employee only coverage.