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How to add dependents' insurance details on Multiplier as an employee?
How to add dependents' insurance details on Multiplier as an employee?
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Written by Ria
Updated over a week ago

As an employee, you can easily add your dependents' insurance details during your onboarding in a few simple steps.

Note that you can only add dependent details if your employer has added dependents or family insurance plans for you.

Step 1: During your onboarding process, you will receive an email from Multiplier to sign up on the platform and add your basic, legal & bank details.

Once completed, you will be redirected to the insurance section, where you can view the insurance details, such as plan type and the total insured persons added by your employer.

Step 2: Click on the ‘Download Policy Document’ to understand the benefits you and your dependents can avail of under the insurance plan.

Step 3: Add the first dependent’s details below ‘Dependent 1’.

3.1: Enter the First and Last Name

Add the Date of Birth

Select the Gender

Enter the Relationship of the dependent with you

Enter the National Identification Number

Upload an Identity Proof

Step 4: Click on ‘Add Dependents’ to add the remaining dependent details based on the number of dependents your employer selected during onboarding.

Step 5: You will be notified upon reaching the maximum limit (number of dependents) selected by the employer.

Step 6: Once all the details have been entered and uploaded, you can check your basic, employment, bank, contact & insurance details and the documents uploaded. You will be able to edit the details in case of any errors.

6.1: If you want to make changes to the insurance dependent details, click on the 'edit' icon and make changes as needed.

6.2: If everything looks good, click on ‘Confirm’.

Step 7: Once your insurance has been activated, you can access the insurance information on your platform. Click here to learn more about how to access insurance information as an employee.

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