Re-employed state retirees must work an average of ten (10) hours or more per week to be eligible for
re-employed state retiree coverage in the State Employees’ Health Insurance Plan (SEHIP). See Details link
below for more information.
If you retire after September 30, 2005 and go to work for another employer, you may be
required to enroll in the other employer’s health insurance plan. If you are eligible
for coverage in your new employer’s health insurance plan and your new employer
contributes 50% or more of the individual premium, you will be required to drop
the SEHIP as your primary coverage and enroll in the new health plan. The SEIB may
offer you supplemental coverage to cover most of your out-of-pocket expenses.
For more information regarding the sliding scale see our SEHIP Handbook .