disability and leaves contacts
attention legacy noble employees
As a reminder, effective October 1, 2021, you are now eligible to participate in Chevron's benefit plans. Please continue to reference the dedicated legacy Noble contact resources during the month of October to assist with enrollment or other benefits questions for these plans. You should also reference the Noble benefits transition website for additional information unique to your transition to Chevron benefits.
if you need general plan information or to enroll
For general questions about your short-term and long-term disability benefits, how your benefits are affected while you are on leave, enrolling in or changing optional long-term disability coverage, consult the following resources:
to report an absence
disability, federal, state and municipal leaves
The Chevron Disability Management Program is a company program you must follow in order to get any disability benefits you may be eligible to receive when you can't work because of an illness or injury. The program also tracks absences covered under the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA) and related state leave laws. Access the Disability Management Program for further instructions and contact information.
bonding and family care
Bonding and Family Care benefits are not handled through the Disability Management Program. For information about how to request and report time off for these benefits, consult the following resources:
if you already reported your absence
To speak with someone about filing a claim, status of a claim, certifying your disability or returning to work, contact the Reed Group by calling the HR Service Center and choosing the option for “Report a disability.”
- More information is also available on the Disability Management Program.