HHHunt Senior Living Employee Handbook

VI. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS Our benefits program represents a significant investment to provide you and your family comprehensive protection and security. It is made possible by the CompanyÊs success, which is, and will continue to be, the direct result of the efforts and dedication of each of you. You can measure the value of many of your benefits in „dollars and cents‰ terms by noting what it costs the Company to provide these benefits to you. If you were to buy equivalent benefit plans, the cost to you as a private individual would be far greater. These benefits are also our way of showing that we care about your personal and professional well-being. Benefits and Human Resources related information is available to HHHunt employees on the CompanyÊs intranet, EagleNet, http://eaglenet.hhhunt.com . The benefits area includes detailed benefits information, as well as carrier booklets, forms and frequently asked questions. Current benefits enrollment information can be found in the „Myself‰ section of our HR information system, UltiPro, http://e23.ultipro.com . EMPLOYEE BENEFITS INFORMATION HHHunt strives to provide our employees with a quality, competitive benefits package. Management periodically reviews and compares available benefit options in order to provide the best coverage and price to employees. Therefore, available options may periodically change. BENEFITS PHILOSOPHY


Part-time and casual employees working variable hours, who work at least an average of thirty (30) hours per week during an established measurement period (either New Hire Measurement period or Ongoing Measurement period), will be eligible for health insurance coverage in compliance with current ACA regulations.


Employee eligibility for benefits is determined according to the employee's status as outlined in the following table. For some benefits there is a waiting period before coverage begins. Part-time employees changing to full-time status receive the opportunity to enroll in most benefits the first of the month following the status change, if they have already completed 60 days of continuous service. To be eligible to enroll in the health coverage, short-term disability and long-term disability, they will need to complete 60 days of continuous employment in the full time


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