Phillips 66 Company

Having a Baby/Adopting a Child

Having a baby or adopting a child is a time of great joy — and also a time to make some important decisions about your growing family’s care and protection.


To Change Benefits Coverage

To make changes to your benefits coverage:

Phone: (800) 965-4421;
(646) 254-3467 (for international callers),
8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. CT, Monday – Friday

Website: Your Benefits Resources (YBR)

Parental Benefit Resources

Parental Planning Tool*

The Parental Planning Tool is designed to help parents navigate their leave and better understand the benefits available to them. Contact HR Connections at 855-480-6634 to get registered on the tool. View the Parental Planning Tool Quick Start Guide.


Center for Parental Leave Leadership (CPLL)

The Center for Parental Leave Leadership (CPLL) provides employers with consulting, training and other resources to support working parents.

Supervisor Materials:

Employee Materials:

You will need to be logged into the Phillips 66 network to access these documents.

*These benefits apply only to Non-Represented employees, as well as Represented Employees where provided for under the terms of an applicable collective bargaining agreement.

Parental Leave Benefits and Resources

The Phillips 66 policies and resources are intended to provide greater flexibility for mothers and fathers during this important life transition. This page outlines all of the benefits and resources available and considerations to think about.

To better support our new parents we are excited to announce enhancements to our parental benefits effective Jan 1, 2018.

  • Short term disability leave coverage for the birth of a child is now 10 weeks, and will be available to all birth mothers at 100% of pay, for births after Jan. 1, 2018.
  • New parents will be eligible for up to two weeks of paid time off at 100% of pay for care and bonding under the new Parental Leave Policy.* For births and adoptions occurring on or after Jan. 1, 2018, parental Leave is available to new birth or adoptive parents and must be used within 12 months following the birth, legal adoption or placement for adoption of a child.
  • When combined, these enhanced benefits provide the birth mother up to 12 weeks of paid time off at 100% of pay for the birth, care and bonding and non-birth parents up to two weeks of paid time off at 100% for care and bonding.

Considerations and Actions

To help you think about how your life change will affect you, review the following list.

Considerations Actions
The Phillips 66 policies create flexibility for mothers during this important life transition - Learn about the benefits that are available to you.
Register for the new Parental Planning Tool* - Learn how to better navigate your leave, understand the benefits available to you and checklist that will help guide you before, during and after you have your baby.
Phillips 66 has partnered with the Center for Parental Leave Leadership to provide you with resources as you transition from working person to working parent. These resources focus on the behavior changes that warrant attention during the transition to parenthood.
The emotional well-being of all partents is very important - Keep in mind that Resources for Living has information and tools to assist you during this time, including resources for locating child care. This resource is avilable to all employees and their dependents.
If you will be adding your child to your Phillips 66 benefits coverage - the changes available to you, and the deadline for making changes, depend on your situation.
Selecting healthcare coverage that best meets your needs - If your spouse has employer-provided coverage, compare plans to see which coverage best suits your family’s needs.
Review your health care and/or daycare expenses increase -  Consider if you’ll need to contribute or increase contributions to the Health Care and Dependent Care FSAs.
Review the you life and/or AD&D insurance coverage -  Ensure you and your family have the coverage that meets your needs. If you already have Dependent Life Insurance, your spouse is automatically covered. You might also consider electing Spouse AD&D insurance.
Review your saving and retirement - With a growing family, you may want to re-evaluate your saving and investing strategy.
Ensure your beneficiaries are up to date - With a new family member, it’s a good idea to ensure your beneficiary designations are current.
Review your W-4 - ensure your information does not need to be updated.
  • Change your marital status or number of exemptions for income tax purposes by updating your W-4 through HR Express.
Considerations Actions
The Phillips 66 policies create flexibility for parents during this important life transition - Learn about the benefits that are available to you.
Register for the new Parental Planning Tool* - Learn how to better navigate your leave, understand the benefits available to you and checklist that will help guide you before, during and after you have your baby.
Phillips 66 has partnered with the Center for Parental Leave Leadership to provide you with resources as you transition from working person to working parent. These resources focus on the behavior changes that warrant attention during the transition to parenthood.
The emotional well-being of all partents is very important - Keep in mind that Resources for Living has information and tools to assist you during this time, including resources for locating child care. This resource is avilable to all employees and their dependents.
If you will be adding your child to your Phillips 66 benefits coverage - the changes available to you, and the deadline for making changes, depend on your situation.
Selecting healthcare coverage that best meets your needs - If your spouse has employer-provided coverage, compare plans to see which coverage best suits your family’s needs.
Review your health care and/or daycare expenses increase -  Consider if you’ll need to contribute or increase contributions to the Health Care and Dependent Care FSAs.
Review the you life and/or AD&D insurance coverage -  Ensure you and your family have the coverage that meets your needs. If you already have Dependent Life Insurance, your spouse is automatically covered. You might also consider electing Spouse AD&D insurance.
Review your saving and retirement - With a growing family, you may want to re-evaluate your saving and investing strategy.
Ensure your beneficiaries are up to date - With a new family member, it’s a good idea to ensure your beneficiary designations are current.
Review your W-4 - ensure your information does not need to be updated.
  • Change your marital status or number of exemptions for income tax purposes by updating your W-4 through HR Express.
Considerations Actions
If you are planning to adopt - be sure to check out our Adoption Assistance benefits to help with eligible expenses.
The Phillips 66 policies create flexibility for parents during this important life transition - Learn about the benefits that are available to you.
Register for the new Parental Planning Tool* - Learn how to better navigate your leave, understand the benefits available to you and checklist that will help guide you before, during and after you have your baby.
Phillips 66 has partnered with the Center for Parental Leave Leadership to provide you with resources as you transition from working person to working parent. These resources focus on the behavior changes that warrant attention during the transition to parenthood.
The emotional well-being of all partents is very important - Keep in mind that Resources for Living has information and tools to assist you during this time, including resources for locating child care. This resource is avilable to all employees and their dependents.
If you will be adding your child to your Phillips 66 benefits coverage - the changes available to you, and the deadline for making changes, depend on your situation.
Selecting healthcare coverage that best meets your needs - If your spouse has employer-provided coverage, compare plans to see which coverage best suits your family’s needs.
Review your health care and/or daycare expenses increase -  Consider if you’ll need to contribute or increase contributions to the Health Care and Dependent Care FSAs.
Review the you life and/or AD&D insurance coverage -  Ensure you and your family have the coverage that meets your needs. If you already have Dependent Life Insurance, your spouse is automatically covered. You might also consider electing Spouse AD&D insurance.
Review your saving and retirement - With a growing family, you may want to re-evaluate your saving and investing strategy.
Ensure your beneficiaries are up to date - With a new family member, it’s a good idea to ensure your beneficiary designations are current.
Review your W-4 - ensure your information does not need to be updated.
  • Change your marital status or number of exemptions for income tax purposes by updating your W-4 through HR Express.

*These benefits apply only to Non-Represented employees, as well as Represented Employees where provided for under the terms of an applicable collective bargaining agreement.


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