Enrollment

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Get ready to make the most of your Walmart benefits. For most options, you need to enroll online by a certain date after you become eligible. For others, you can enroll anytime. And some you get automatically.

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When can you enroll and who's covered?

It depends on your job. Explore your options below.

  • Full-time hourly

    You can enroll anytime between your first paycheck and the first day of the month you'll reach your 89th day of employment.* You can cover your spouse or domestic partner, plus children and stepchildren up to age 26.

    *Example: Let's say you're hired on March 15. Your 89th day on the job will be June 12. So you'll have until June 1, the first day of that month, to enroll.

  • Part-time/temporary

    We'll measure your hours every 60 days during your first year. If you meet an hours requirement during any of these measurement periods, you'll become eligible for benefits including medical coverage. if you don't meet the hours requirement, you can still enroll for all the same benefts except medical, anytime between your 52-week anniversary and the first day of the second month after that.* You can cover your children and stepchildren up to age 26.

    *Example: Let's say you're hired on May 15, 2019. Your 52-week anniversary will be May 15, 2020. So you'll have until July 1, 2020 to enroll.

  • Salaried

    You can enroll anytime between your start date and your 60th day of employment, and cover your spouse or domestic partner, children, and stepchildren up to age 26.*

    *Example: Let's say you're hired on January 15. You can enroll as soon as you're in the system. Your 60th day with Walmart will be March 14, so you have until then to make your choices.

  • Big changes in your life?

    You can also enroll or make changes when you have a "status change event," like getting married or having a baby. You'll need to make your choices within 60 days of the event.

  • Enrolling dependents?

    We support all Walmart families and we need to make sure any family member you enroll is eligible. If you enroll a dependent for the first time, you’ll be required to provide documentation to confirm their eligibility starting in January 2021.

Don't miss out!

If you don't enroll when you're first eligible, you'll have to wait until the next Annual Enrollment, or when you have a "status change event" like marriage or having a baby. Plus some benefits like life insurance have different requirements if you enroll later on.

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