Life Insurance FAQ

What is the definition of a "child" in reference to Life Insurance?

Your natural child, adopted child (including a child from the date of placement with the adopting parents until the legal adoption), stepchild who resides with and is fully supported by you; or a child for whom you have a court order to provide coverage who resides with and is supported by you; and who, in each case, is: at least 14 days old, under age 26, unmarried and supported by you.


How do I update my beneficiaries in Workday?

There are two specific ways to change different beneficiary changes, depending on what you are trying to do. 

1. To change beneficiaries assigned to specific benefits plans, and the allocation percentage, please reference the Change Benefits for a Life Event quick reference guide (QRG). 

2. To change beneficiaries outside of a benefit change event, to change details such as contact information or relationship type, please reference the Update Beneficiary Information quick reference guide (QRG). 

How long can a child with disabilities be covered under a life insurance plan?

Insurance for a Dependent Child may be continued past the age limit if the child is incapable of self-sustaining employment because of a mental or physical disability as defined by applicable law. Proof of such disability must be sent to us within 31 days after the date the Child attains the age limit and at reasonable intervals after such date.