HR Fast Facts: How Long Do New Hires Have to Enroll in Benefits?

December 8, 2022・1 min read
HR Fast Facts: How Long Do New Hires Have to Enroll in Benefits?

The length of time that new hires have to enroll in health benefits varies by employer. Often, it's a 30-day period.

What happens if a new hire misses the enrollment window?

If a new hire misses their enrollment window, for any reason, reach out to your broker to evaluate if there are any options for the new hire or if they'll need to wait for your next company open enrollment to add benefits.

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