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DoorDash is launching a new benefits savings program for its employees in Pennsylvania. The pilot program will run from April to September 2024 and will offer eligible expenses such as retirement savings, health, dental, and vision insurance, and paid time off.

The company recognizes that many people who choose to work as Dashers value the flexibility to balance their delivery work with other responsibilities. On average, Dashers spend less than four hours per week on deliveries and most already have other sources of income or benefits such as retirement savings or healthcare.

To make it easier for employees to manage their benefits and save money, DoorDash has partnered with the portable benefits platform Stride. Participants in this pilot program will have access to the Stride Save account, where they can allocate their savings to eligible categories and access information about benefits offerings. Specific details of the program include Pennsylvania DoorDash employees who earn at least $1,000 in the second quarter of the year (excluding tips) through the DoorDash platform being eligible to open a Stride Save account and receive deposits into their portable benefits savings. Throughout the pilot, participating employees will receive deposits equal to 4% of their pre-tip earnings, and they will also have the option to contribute personal funds. The account and all funds will remain portable with the employees even after the pilot program ends.

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