You will no longer be able to access your employer-provided perks once you no longer work for your current employer or if your employment status changes in a way that makes you ineligible, for example, from full-time to part-time. Each employer might handle this a bit differently, but in general, you should try to use your available balance before the end of the day on your last day with the company. If it is a planned separation, we would recommend spending your funds as early as possible, to avoid any possible issues or delays using your full benefit.
If you are a US employee and you have approved reimbursements that you haven't received payment for, make sure you have linked a bank account, and reach out to Support by clicking on "Submit a request" in the top right corner of this page to make sure your reimbursement processes correctly
If you are an international employee and you have approved reimbursements that you haven't received payment for, ask your employer's HR or Payroll team when you should expect to receive your reimbursement
Going on leave and want to know how your Benepass perks will be affected? Contact your HR admin for information specific to your company.
Looking for information on what happens to your pre-tax benefits when you no longer work for your employer? Look through our Pre-tax Benefits section for more specific info.
Questions? We are happy to help! Please reach out to Benepass Support for any assistance.