BP Short-Term Disability (STD) Plan

BP's Short-Term Disability (STD) Plan provides income protection if you are ill or injured and unable to work
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Through BP’s Short-Term Disability (STD) Plan, the company offers you the security of continuing income on a short-term basis if you are ill or injured and are unable to work. STD benefits are generally available for up to 26 weeks a year, beginning on the first regularly scheduled workday you are unable to work. If your injury is work related, you may be eligible to receive extended STD benefits if you qualify.

BP administers the STD Plan and pays the full cost of STD coverage.
 

In some instances, individual business units or locations (such as GBS Americas) may have developed policies, practices and/or procedures differing from, or in addition to, the STD plan described here and in those situations the individual business unit's or location's policies, practices and/or procedures will govern. BP reserves the right to interpret the provisions of its policies and plans and such interpretation will be final and binding. Notwithstanding anything contained herein to the contrary, this plan is not intended to constitute an express or implied promise or contract between BP and an employee. Also, each employee is an "at-will" employee. Just as any at-will employee may terminate his/her employment at any time for any reason, BP may terminate any at-will employee at any time, with or without cause and without prior notice.

BP reserves the right to amend or terminate a plan at any time without advance notice. The decision to do so may be a result of changes in federal or state laws governing benefits, or any other factor.

Publication date: April 2019

 

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