H&R Block offers a comprehensive benefit program to meet the individual needs of associates and their families.

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New Hire Enrollment

As a new hire, you have 30 days from your date of hire to enroll for your benefits. If you do not take action, you will not receive any elective benefits from H&R Block, including medical, dental, vision, FSA and HSA. You will not have another opportunity to enroll until the next annual Open Enrollment period in the fall for the following year or if you experience a Qualified Life Event. Benefits are effective on the first day of the month following your hire date.

Ready to enroll?

Log on to Workday and go to your Workday Inbox. Follow the instructions to enroll for your H&R Block benefits.

 

Qualified Life Event Enrollment

If you’ve experienced a Qualified Life Event, you must update your benefits within 45 days of the Life Event. If you do not complete the enrollment process within 45 days of the event, you will not be able to change your coverage until the next Open Enrollment period.

Evidence of prior coverage may be required. Any changes you make to your elections during the year must be consistent with the event (gain or loss of coverage). For example, if you have a baby, you will be able to add the baby under your plan, but you cannot make other unrelated changes, such as dropping your spouse from your medical plan. You can, however, add the child as a dependent under the medical and life insurance plans.

Enter your Qualified Life Event by going to Workday > Benefits > Change Benefits. You will be asked to upload documentation verifying your requested change when you submit your event. You will receive communication from the People Center if additional information is needed or your Qualified Life Event is approved.

Ready to enroll?

Log on to Workday and go to your Workday Inbox. Follow the instructions to enroll for your H&R Block benefits.

Affordable Care Act and You

As part of the Affordable Care Act, most Americans are encouraged to have medical insurance. Be sure you’re covered, either through one of the H&R Block plans or through another option available to you, such as your spouse or domestic partner’s employer benefits. You also have the option to shop for coverage through the public marketplace; however, you may pay more for similar coverage than you would with an H&R Block medical plan.