As noted above, Okta extends benefits coverage to qualified dependents and domestic partners (DPs) who meet the policy requirements. Our practices and policies are compliant with the San Francisco Equal Benefits Ordinance.
Before enrolling a domestic partner in Okta benefits, both you and your partner must be registered domestic partners in the state in which you live or meet the following requirements:
- Maintain the same principal place of residence as your partner and intend to do so in the future
- Agree to be responsible for each other's basic living expenses in the event that either of you are unable to provide such expenses for yourself
- Are both at least 18 years old
- You and your domestic partner are not married to anyone else
- You’re not related by blood to such a degree that you would be prevented from marrying in the state in which you reside
- Neither of you have maintained coverage for another domestic partner under any health plan within the last six months (excluding any domestic partner who has died within the last six months)
You agree to notify Okta immediately upon your failure to satisfy any of the criteria of domestic partnership. You understand that it is a fraudulent act to obtain health coverage by misrepresenting any of these facts.
Domestic partner contributions are taken on a post-tax basis. Per IRS regulation, the fair market value of the contributions made by Okta for domestic partner and domestic partner children coverage will be subject to imputed income for the employee and these amounts will be reported as taxable income with each paycheck.