actively at work

actively at work

A term of art used in group health insurance policies, including such policies in the UK, which states that if an employee is not actively at work on the day the policy goes into effect, the coverage will not begin until the employee does return to work.
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Regarding effectiveness, the supplemental policy states that insurance is effective on "the day you resume Active Work, if you are not Actively at Work on the day you become eligible.
They always point to the reality that God is all powerful and ever present and is actively at work in human history.
The policy is conditionally renewable for life, as long as the insured is actively at work and non-disabled, and a simplified, no-application process allows insureds to increase coverage as their incomes rise.
Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and myself are agreed on what the fifth adventure will concern, and George is actively at work.
Employees actively at work may qualify for simplified health underwriting for a limited time in addition to discounted rates.
Such a question can facilitate a discussion with the policyholder, who may not be aware that the proposal is only offered on those employees who are actively at work.
Luther affirms the righteousness of God that is actively at work among people.
Members who are actively at work should have insurance to guard their incomes.
Home builders are actively at work in 16 new developments in the Antelope Valley, the same number as last year.
the viewer senses that their minds are actively at work in the world.
Actively-at-work: A requirement of many insurers' policies stipulating that if a given employee is not actively at work on the day the policy goes into effect, medical coverage will not be provided until that employee returns to work.
Each proposed insured must be actively at work on a full-time basis subject to some limitation regarding days missed for illness or injury during the last few months.