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Employer Paid Benefits


Centurion automatically provides basic life and AD&D insurance through New York Life to all benefits-eligible employees AT NO COST. If you die as a result of an accident, your beneficiary would receive both the life benefit and the AD&D benefit. Please be sure to keep your beneficiary designations up to date.

  • Employee life and AD&D benefit: 1x annual earnings up to a maximum of $150,000

Be sure to complete a life insurance beneficiary designation form, if you have not already done so, through DocuSign.


Centurion automatically provides short-term disability (STD) insurance through New York Life to all benefits-eligible employees after six months of continuous employment AT NO COST. STD insurance is designed to help you meet your financial needs if you become unable to work due to an illness or injury. Benefits will be reduced by other income, including state-mandated STD plans.

  • Benefit: 60% of base weekly pay up to $1,000 per week
  • Elimination period: 14 days
  • Benefit duration: Up to 13 weeks


Centurion offers $1,000 in adoption assistance to all eligible full-time employees who have completed at least one year of continuous service and are going through the adoption process. The full policy and forms can be found on the Benefits page of Centurion Central.


Assistance is always available for you. The employee assistance program (EAP) services are provided AT NO COST to you and your household through Cigna.

Your EAP is a free, strictly confidential service that includes 24/7 online and telephonic counseling and up to three free face-to-face visits per person, per issue, per year with a licensed counselor.

Assistance is available for the following personal and work-life situations and more:

  • Stress management
  • Addiction
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Work-life balance
  • Career goals
  • Personal and family goals
  • Conflict at work

Don’t hesitate to reach out whenever needed. No personal information is ever shared with Centurion, and access to the EAP is completely confidential.