Employees

Beginning January 1, 2020, you will be eligible to enroll in Robert Half’s benefits program if you’re a regular Robert Half or Protiviti employee working a minimum of 20 hours per week, instead of 30 hours per week. This applies to full-time and part-time employees.

We believe that lowering the required number of hours to qualify for benefits will allow a larger number of employees the opportunity to enroll for quality coverage that protects and increases both their and their families’ overall well-being.

Note: The 20-hour eligibility requirement doesn’t apply to employees in the Salaried Professional Services program.

Staff Living in Hawaii

However, if you’re a staff employee living in Hawaii, you become eligible for medical benefits (even as a part-time employee) if you work four consecutive weeks for 20 hours or more per week.

Part-Time Employees (Working Less than 20 Hours)

If you’re a part-time employee (outside of Hawaii), you’re eligible to enroll in commuter benefits and voluntary insurance products.

Hawaii Temporary Professional Employees

Review the chart below to find out which benefits are available to you.

Plan As a candidate, you’re eligible… Your dependents are eligible for coverage if they are…
  • Kaiser Hawaii Gold Be Fit
  • HMSA CompMed
Once you have worked 20 hours or more for four consecutive weeks at a qualifying wage
  • Your spouse/domestic partner1
  • Your children up to age 262
All voluntary benefits As of your first paycheck
  • Your spouse/domestic partner1
  • Your children up to age 262
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1 To qualify for benefits coverage, domestic partners must have entered into a legally recognized civil union or be registered with a state or local government domestic partnership registry. Alternatively, in the absence of a civil union or registration, domestic partners must satisfy the criteria set forth in Robert Half’s Domestic Partner Benefits Guidelines. Any requirements for proof of relationship or waiting periods are applied equally to domestic partnerships and marriages. COBRA-like continuation coverage is available to domestic partners and their children to the same degree and in the same manner as COBRA coverage is available to spouses and stepchildren.

2 If your child is mentally or physically disabled, coverage may continue beyond age 26, once proof of the ongoing disability is provided. Children may include natural children, adopted children, stepchildren and children for whom you are the legal guardian, as well as children of qualifying domestic partners.

Dependents

When you enroll for benefits, you can also enroll your eligible dependents, including your:

  • Lawful spouse or qualifying domestic partner1
  • Children up to age 262
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1 To qualify for benefits coverage, domestic partners must have entered into a legally recognized civil union or be registered with a state or local government domestic partnership registry. Alternatively, in the absence of a civil union or registration, domestic partners must satisfy the criteria set forth in Robert Half’s Domestic Partner Benefits Guidelines. Any requirements for proof of relationship or waiting periods are applied equally to domestic partnerships and marriages. COBRA-like continuation coverage is available to domestic partners and their children to the same degree and in the same manner as COBRA coverage is available to spouses and stepchildren.

2 If your child is mentally or physically disabled, coverage may continue beyond age 26, once proof of the ongoing disability is provided. Children may include natural children, adopted children, stepchildren and children for whom you are the legal guardian, as well as children of qualifying domestic partners.

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Enrollment Tip

To be covered, your dependents must be enrolled in the same plans you choose for yourself.