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Life Insurance

Your family depends on you for all kinds of things—including your pay. Life insurance protects your family financially in the event of a death.

Caesars automatically provides basic life insurance for you free of charge. And, if you decide your family needs more protection, you can buy voluntary coverage for yourself and your dependents.

Life insurance is administered by Securian. You can use their Benefit Scout tool for hourly or salaried Team Members to help you review your options and choose the amount of life insurance coverage that’s right for you and your family.

Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D)

Accidents happen. It’s a fact of life. But you can soften the financial impact of an accidental death or injury.

AD&D benefits protect your family financially in the event of a tragic accident. You can buy voluntary coverage for yourself and your dependents.

AD&D is administered by Securian.


Could you pay your bills if an illness or injury prevented you from working? Disability benefits can help.

Short- and long-term disability benefits replace a portion of your income if you’re unable to work due to pregnancy, illness, or non-work-related injury. Caesars automatically provides you a base level of coverage free of charge. You have the option to purchase “buy up” to a higher level of disability coverage.

Short-term disability (STD) replaces a percentage of your pay when you can’t work due to a qualifying illness/injury that exceeds 14 days, for up to 24 weeks or until you recover, whichever comes first.

Long-term disability (LTD) replaces a percentage of your pay if you are still unable to work after 26 weeks of continuous qualifying illness/injury.

Disability benefits are administered by New York Life.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

The EAP is a free, confidential service that provides support for a wide variety of life issues. You have access to unlimited phone-based counseling and up to five face-to-face sessions for each topic that may arise. The EAP is administered by ComPsych.

EAP counselors can help with a variety of issues, including:

  • Child, parenting, and elder care
  • Stress or depression
  • Marital or relationship issues
  • Alcohol, substance, or gambling problems
  • Financial or legal advice
  • Balancing work and life

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