The Benefits Home for Toys"R"Us Team Members
Eligibility to participate in benefits depends on your employment status and/or hours worked and, in some cases, your job level, years of service and age. The benefits eligibility chart shows coverage eligibility for each benefit plan.
Your dependents may also be eligible for medical, dental, vision and other coverage offered by Toys“R”Us. Eligible dependents include:
When adding a dependent to coverage, you must provide:
|Medical & Prescription Drug||
You and your spouse’s biological child, legally adopted child or eligible foster child up to age 26 or your domestic partner’s child up to age 26.
The adult child up to age 26 is not required to be a full-time student, financially dependent on you or live with you to be eligible for coverage. The child may be married; however, his/her spouse and children are not eligible for coverage.
|Dental, Vision, & Child Life||
You, your spouse’s or your domestic partner’s unmarried dependents up to age 23.
The child doesn't have to be a full-time student or be financially dependent on you to be eligible for coverage.
|You are eligible for:||If you are:|
Note: Puerto Rico team members are not eligible for the Limited-Purpose or Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts.
|Basic Long-Term Disability (LTD)||
|Supplemental Long-Term Disability||
An active team member age 21 or older with 6 months of service.
|Profit Sharing Account||A team member age 21 or older with one year of service. To receive a Profit Sharing contribution, you must be actively at work on the last day of the Plan year for which the Profit Sharing contribution, if any, is made.|
|Adoption Assistance Plan||
See the Eligibility and Enrollment SPD for complete details about eligibility requirements for you and your dependents.
* A $25/week ($1,300/year) surcharge is applied for spouses/domestic partners who have medical coverage available through their employer, but choose coverage through Toys“R”Us. Failure to truthfully certify your spouse’s/domestic partner’s employment or coverage status could result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination. The surcharge does not apply if:
† A 2013 Supreme Court ruling called the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) unlawful. Same-sex married couples are entitled to and will receive pre-tax health benefits. If you live in a state that doesn’t recognize same-sex marriage, the coverage will still be considered imputed income for state tax purposes only. This option is not available for opposite-sex domestic partners.