If you terminate employment or move to a nonparticipating unit, your coverage ends on the last day of the month in which you worked or were moved out of this bargaining unit.
- For example, if you last worked in May 15, your coverage ends on May 31.
If you take leave without pay or are laid off, your coverage ends on the last day of the month in which you were last in paid status, except in the case of family medical leave.
- For example, if you worked or were on paid leave status on January 15 and then placed on leave without pay or laid off, your coverage ends on January 31.
Coverage for dependents ends on the same day that your coverage ends, with a few exceptions.
Your coverage will end if you or your employer fails to pay the contribution; the change will be effective at the end of the month in which the last required contribution was made. See the Eligibility section of the Plan Booklet for details.
You have several options available for continuing health benefits when coverage ends. See the Continuation Coverage section of the Plan Booklet for details.