New to Robert Half/Protiviti

Welcome! Robert Half’s benefits are designed to support your physical, mental and financial well-being. We know you want variety and flexibility in our offerings, and you need the company to continue to manage costs wherever we can. We’re committed to continuously improving our benefits to serve our diverse employee population. We want to ensure our benefits provide you with the highest level of care and support, while keeping us competitive across our industry.

When it comes to health care and other benefits, we know that one size does not fit all. That’s why we offer our diverse workforce a wide range of choices and flexibility so that you can select the benefits, wellness programs and educational webinars that best fit your needs.

Choosing benefits is one of the most important decisions you’ll make all year. We encourage you to take the time to understand your options and use the many tools and resources available to you.

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Our Benefits Partner: Mercer Marketplace 365

Through the Mercer Marketplace 365, you can compare benefit plans — including details and costs — and choose the best fit for your needs and those of your family. The Mercer Marketplace 365 provides resources to help you understand your options, such as the medical plan comparison tool that lets you model various benefits scenarios.

Eligibility and Enrollment

Your eligibility depends on what type of employee you are. If you don’t enroll within the specified time period, you won’t be able to enroll for benefits until the next Open Enrollment period, unless you experience a qualified life event as defined by the IRS.

Robert Half/Protiviti Beginning January 1, 2020, you’re 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. (Note: The 20-hour eligibility requirement doesn’t apply to employees in the Salaried Professional Services program.) You must enroll for benefits within 30 days following your hire date.
Staff Living in Hawaii 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. You must enroll for benefits within 30 days following your hire date.
Salaried Professional Program (SPS)

You’re eligible to enroll in Robert Half’s benefits program if you’re a regular, full-time employee in the Salaried Professional Service (SPS) program who works a minimum of 30 hours per week. You become eligible for most benefits on the first day of the month following or coinciding with 30 days of continuous, active full-time employment. For commuter benefits and the Employee Assistance Program, you become eligible on your hire date. (The date you become eligible for a benefit plan is considered your “eligibility date.”)

If you’re an SPS employee working in Hawaii, you become eligible for medical benefits if you work four consecutive weeks for 20 hours or more per week.

You must enroll for benefits within 30 days following your hire date.

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. You must enroll for benefits within 30 days following your hire date.
Hawaii Temporary Professional Employees If you’re a temporary candidate living in Hawaii, you become eligible for medical benefits if you work four consecutive weeks for 20 hours or more per week. You are eligible to enroll in voluntary benefits right away. You must make your elections within 30 days of becoming eligible.
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Hired in 2019?

If you were hired on or after October 11, 2019, you must enroll for both 2019 and 2020 benefits. To see Robert Half’s 2019 benefits, go here.

Before You Enroll

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LEARN

Consider your needs for 2020 and learn more about your choices.

Review the information on this site and read your 2020 Benefits Guide.

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DECIDE

Check out the Mercer Marketplace 365 Resource Center.

Go to Mercer Marketplace 365 for additional resources like the medical plan comparison tool, benefits counselors via live chat, and provider search options.

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ENROLL

Submit your elections within the enrollment deadline.

Enrolling Is Easy

You have three options to enroll:

Online Phone Mobile
Visit the Mercer Marketplace 365 Call 1.855.879.6739
Monday – Friday: 4 a.m.– 6 p.m. Pacific time
Download the Mercer Marketplace 365 app from your app store. (company ID: ROBHAF)
iconGet Set Up on the Mercer Marketplace 365

The first time you visit the Mercer Marketplace 365, select “Create an account.” Next, enter your last name, date of birth, and the last four digits of your Social Security number to identify yourself. Then, you’ll select a unique user name and password that you’ll use whenever you come back to the site.

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Once you’re on the Mercer Marketplace 365, click on the “Get started” button on the home page and then follow the simple enrollment steps to select your benefits.

  • 1. Profile
    • Review your personal information.
    • Enter or edit information for any dependents you wish to cover, if needed.
  • 2. Shop for benefits
    • Compare plan features and costs.
    • Use the tools and educational resources to learn more.
    • Select the benefits you want to enroll in.
  • 3. Confirm & finish
    • Once you’re happy with your selections, review your benefits summary for accuracy, then click the “Complete Enrollment” button.
    • You will receive a confirmation number and may print a copy of your enrollment details for reference.
iconLive in Hawaii and Waiving Medical Coverage?

If you want to waive medical coverage, either as a newly eligible employee or during Open Enrollment, you must:

If you don’t complete all the waiver steps above, you’ll be automatically enrolled in employee-only coverage under the Kaiser Hawaii Gold Be Fit Plan effective January 1, 2020.