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Hertz

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Eligibility

You

  • Eligible for Hertz benefits if you work at least 30 hours per week and meet certain work hour requirements.*

Your Child(ren)

  • Eligible for medical, dental, and vision coverage.
  • This includes: your child(ren), legal stepchild(ren), adopted child(ren), or foster child(ren) up to age 26.
  • If you're covered, you can also purchase Dependent Life Insurance and AD&D coverage for your child(ren).

Your Legal Spouse/Domestic Partner

  • Eligible for medical, dental, and vision coverage ONLY if your spouse/domestic partner does not have access to minimum value health coverage through his/her employer.**
  • If you're covered, you can also purchase Dependent Life Insurance and AD&D coverage for your spouse/domestic partner.

If Both You and Your Spouse/Domestic Partner Work for Hertz

  • You may cover your spouse/domestic partner under Hertz benefits or vice versa. However, under no circumstances can anyone have double coverage.
  • Either you or your spouse/domestic partner can cover your child(ren), but under no circumstances may a child(ren) be covered by both parents.

If you enroll a new dependent(s), you may be asked to provide documentation to verify dependent eligibility. If you’re randomly selected to provide documentation, it will be after you enroll. Please note that falsifying information can lead to cancellation of dependent coverage and disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment.

*If you live in Hawaii, you are eligible for Hertz benefits if you work at least 20 hours per week.

**There are exceptions to this rule and the spouse/domestic partner rules if you live in Hawaii or outside of the United States. Contact a Hertz Benefits Specialist at 1-800-654-3373 and press "3" for more information.

The Affordable Care Act requires certain employers to offer affordable, minimum value medical coverage to all full-time employees. The company where your spouse works will be able to validate compliance with this requirement or indicate exemption from the regulation. This does not apply if both spouses work for Hertz and does not impact your ability to cover dependent children.