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Insurance, Health & Wellness
Companies that provide Disability Insurance
Short-term: 100% of your pay for the first 12 weeks, 70% of your pay for the remaining 40 weeks. Long-term: 70% of your pay (up to $20,000/month).
Short Term: 60% of your weekly earnings to a maximum of $3,500 a week. Long Term: 60% of your monthly earnings to a maximum of $15,000 a month.
Accenture continues a portion of your salary for up to 180 days if you are disabled and can’t work.
After 3 months of employment, your salary will continue during an approved disability at either 100% or 60% depending on length of service for a maximum of 12 weeks.
Short term: Guardian – 60% of your salary up to $2,500/week while approved by treating physician; long term: Guardian – 60% of your salary up to $12,000/month while approved by treating physician
Short-Term Disability Income Plan (up to 26 weeks) and Long-Term Disability Plan (3 coverage options).
Booz Allen Hamilton
Short-term disability: salary continuation payments based upon your pre-disability earnings, up to a maximum of 26 weeks. Long-term disability: The plan pays up to 60 percent of your pre-disability annual earnings ($25,000 maximum monthly benefit).
Short-Term Disability provides you with income for up to 26 weeks; Long-Term Disability: 60% of your annual base pay
100% paid short-term and long-term disability plans.
Plan pays 60%, maximum monthly benefit - $10,000
Short-Term Disability ( a percentage of base salary up to 25 weeks); Long-Term Disability (pays 60% of Health and Welfare Eligible Earnings up to $20,000 a month).
Short- and long-term disability coverage.
Long Term Disability insurance: 60% of your monthly earnings, up to a max monthly benefit of $10K available after 90 days of disability.
Short term: 100% paid up to 13 weeks; Long term: 60% of monthly salary up to $12k/month
Palo Alto Networks
The Home Depot
A Cloud Guru
Bristol Myers Squibb
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