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As an eligible Sonos employee, you have access to a number of great benefits. Many of those benefits are provided automatically at no cost to you, while others require enrollment when you first become eligible or during the Open Enrollment period.

Eligible Employee & Dependents

We offer benefits to support all families, including domestic partner coverage. You only need to work an average of 20 hours/week to be benefits eligible, which makes it easier for our employees to take care of themselves and their families with Sonos benefits.

If you are a full-time employee regularly scheduled to work 20 or more hours a week or an intern who has worked at Sonos for 20 or more hours a week for 90 consecutive days, you may elect coverage for yourself and your eligible dependents. When you enroll in the Sonos benefit plans, you can also enroll your:

  • Legal same-sex or opposite-sex spouse or domestic partner
  • Children up to age 26, including biological, step, and adopted children, as well as children for whom you’re the permanent legal guardian
  • Unmarried, biological children of any age who are disabled, as long as coverage began and the disability occurred before they turned age 26.


If enrolling a domestic partner, you will need to provide an affidavit, and tax implications will apply. Please contact people-help@sonos.com for details.

When Coverage Starts

For New Hires

If you are a new hire, rehire, or you’ve recently become eligible for benefits, you must enroll in your medical, dental, vision, and an HSA or FSA within 31 days of becoming eligible, and your benefits are effective on the first day of employment (or from the date you first moved into an eligible position).

The benefits you choose are effective starting your date of hire through December 31, unless you have a qualifying life event that may allow you to change coverage or add or remove a dependent midyear. Go to Making Changes Midyear for more information. It is your responsibility to notify the Human Resources Department or add a life event though Workday within 31 days of the event and provide appropriate documentation if necessary.

When Coverage Ends

If you are no longer eligible for benefits due to termination or a change to your eligible benefit status, your health benefits will end on the last day of the month in which you terminate employment or change your benefit status. Your life and disability benefits will end on your last day of employment or status change date.

You may be eligible to continue coverage for medical, dental, vision, and the EAP through COBRA, which is administered by WEX. If you're eligible, you'll receive more information regarding your options at the time your employment ends.