Hello and Welcome Aboard! We’re excited to have you on our team. You’re joining a diverse group of individuals all dedicated to a common goal ― delivering quality products backed by excellent service for our customers.

Watch for your invitation to join a virtual benefits orientation!

Getting started

Per IRS regulations, you must complete your benefit elections within 31 days of your date of hire. If you miss this new hire enrollment period, you may have to wait until Open Enrollment to elect coverage with Belkin. Open Enrollment is typically held annually in early November with all changes effective January 1 of the following year.

Payroll deductions for elections will begin the first pay date after your benefits effective date. We will deduct your employee cost from every paycheck for your elected benefits. If you enroll after a payroll has run, a payroll adjustment will be required. You will be notified separately if a payroll adjustment is applicable to you.

Who can enroll in Belkin benefits?

All active regular full-time or part-time employees who are scheduled to work 30 or more hours per week are eligible to participate in Belkin’s benefits program. You may also cover your eligible dependents under Belkin’s medical, prescription, dental, vision, and life benefits.

Your eligible dependents include:

  • Legal spouse of the same or opposite sex -- or qualified domestic partner (same or opposite sex)
  • Children under age 26, regardless of student, age or marital status
  • Children who are fully dependent on you for support due to mental or physical disability, and are indicated as such on your federal tax return, may continue coverage past age 26

Enrolling is easy!

Enroll online through Workday and receive guidance through every step of the benefits enrollment process.

How do I elect or waive coverage in Workday?

  1. You will receive an action item titled Change Benefits for Life Event in your Workday inbox after you have entered your emergency contact(s) and direct deposit information.
  2. If you plan to enroll any dependents, please add your dependents in Workday first before making any benefit elections. Attach the required documentation directly in Workday - see below for what is required.
  3. Follow the Workday prompts to make your benefit elections.
  4. Accept your selections by clicking Submit.
Important reminder!

Even if you want to waive medical, dental and/or vision coverage, you must take action in Workday. If you waive coverage, you still need to enter your beneficiary information for the Company-paid life and disability benefits.

What documentation is required?

As part of Belkin’s ongoing efforts to ensure our benefit plans meet regulatory requirements and to help manage the cost of our plans for you and for Belkin, we require the following documents to verify that only eligible dependents are enrolled in our benefits plans. Please either attach the required documentation directly in Workday or send the documentation to the Belkin Benefits Team at BenefitsUS@belkin.com.

  • Legal Spouse – marriage certificate or State or Federal tax document (must be for one of the last two tax years and only the page listing filing status and exemptions is required).
  • Child(ren) – birth certificate or adoption agreement, court custody, or guardianship documents or State or Federal tax documents (must be for one of the last two tax years and only the page listing filing status and exemptions is required).
  • Domestic Partner – Affidavit of Domestic Partnership or State Registration Certificate

Important Note – Unless your domestic partner qualifies as your IRC tax dependent, any medical, dental, and/or vision premiums will be paid for with after-tax contributions from your pay. In addition, any amount paid by the company for your domestic partner’s coverage is “imputed income” and will be subject to federal income, FICA (Social Security-Medicare) and any applicable state income taxes.

Do I need any other information to enroll in benefits?

Yes, you will be asked to enter the Social Security numbers for your dependents and/or beneficiaries.

Where can I find more information about Belkin benefit plans and costs?

Use this site to learn about the benefit options available to you and the associated costs.

Who can I contact for help enrolling in the benefit plans in Workday?

If you need additional help, please contact the Belkin Benefits Team at BenefitsUS@belkin.com.

Important reminders!
  • Be sure to provide the necessary dependent information to enroll eligible family members.
  • Make sure you’ve provided beneficiary information for your life insurance.