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Life Insurance & Disability Coverage

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What is the Life Insurance coverage?

Hertz provides Company-paid Basic Life Insurance at one times your base annual pay up to $1.5 million without proof of good health. You also have the opportunity to purchase supplemental life insurance up to a maximum of six times your annual base salary, not to exceed $3 million for both Basic and Supplemental coverage.

Read the eGuide for information about your 2018-2019 coverage.

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Will I need to provide an Evidence of Insurability (EOI) for Supplemental Life Insurance?

If you're a new hire and enroll in Supplemental Life Insurance for the first time, you can elect coverage up to the lesser of five times your annual base pay or $300,000, without providing an EOI.

If you're a current employee and are enrolling for the first time or if you choose to increase your Supplemental Life Insurance coverage by more than 1x your annual base salary, EOI will be required.

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How do I designate a beneficiary?

Click here to log in and update your beneficiaries. You can also call AskHR at 1-800-654-3373. AskHR is available from 9:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. ET (8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. CT), Monday through Friday.

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What Short-Term Disability (STD) coverage is available for non-exempt (hourly) employees?

Short-Term Disability is paycheck insurance that protects a portion of your income in the event of a short-term illness, pregnancy, or a non-occupational injury. Non-exempt (hourly) employees receive a Company-paid core benefit and you can choose to purchase additional coverage. 

Read the eGuide for information about your coverage.

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What Short-Term Disability (STD) coverage is available for exempt (salaried) employees?

Short-Term Disability is paycheck insurance that protects a portion of your income in the event of a short-term illness, pregnancy, or a non-occupational injury. Exempt (salaried) employees receive a salary continuation benefit. 

Read the eGuide for information about your coverage.

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What Long-Term Disability (LTD) coverage is available?

Long-Term Disability replaces a percentage of basic monthly income in the event an extended illness or injury prevents you from working. LTD pays a benefit if you continue to be disabled and unable to work after exhausting your Short-Term Disability benefits. Read the eGuide for LTD coverage information.

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Will I need to provide an Evidence of Insurability (EOI) for LTD coverage?

If you're a new hire and enroll in LTD coverage for the first time, you do not need to provide EOI.  

If you're a current employee and are enrolling for the first time or if you choose to increase your LTD coverage from 50% to 60%, EOI will be required.

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What is the Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance coverage?

AD&D Insurance provides you and your family a benefit in the event of accidental death or serious injury. You may purchase coverage for yourself and for your eligible spouse/domestic partner. Read the eGuide for AD&D Insurance information.

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What is Critical Illness Insurance?

Critical Illness Insurance supplements your medical insurance. It provides a lump sum payment if you or a covered family member is diagnosed with a specific condition, including cancer, heart attacks, and strokes. You can cover yourself and your spouse/domestic partner and your children are automatically covered at 50% of your benefit. Read the eGuide for Critical Illness Protection information.

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What is the Accident Insurance coverage?

Accident Insurance supplements your medical insurance. It pays a specified dollar amount to help cover out-of-pocket costs for a wide variety of injuries and accidents. You can cover yourself, your spouse/domestic partner, and your children. Read the eGuide for Accident Insurance information.

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What is the Hospital Indemnity coverage?

Hospital Indemnity Insurance through Allstate Benefits pays a cash benefit so you can pay out-of-pocket hospitalization costs when you experience a major health event, including giving birth. You don’t need to prove your good health to cover yourself, your spouse or domestic partner, and/or your children. And, you can choose from a low plan and a high plan.

Read the eGuide for coverage information.