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Kimberly-Clark Corporation is an American multinational personal care corporation that creates mostly paper-based consumer items. They manufacture sanitary paper products as well as surgical and medical instruments. Some of Kimberly-Clark’s brand names include Kleenex, Kotex, , and many others. Kimberly-Clark’s headquarters are located in Irving, Texas.
Kimberly, Clark and Co. started in 1872 by John A. Kimberly, Havilah Babcock, Charles B. Clark, and Franklyn C. Shattuck in Neenah, Wisconsin. Their first business was operating paper mills, which later expanded throughout the decades. They experienced a major setback as the paper mill burned in 1888. An extensive effort by labor and management made them rebuild the mill within five months and with greater capacity. The company saw rapid expansion that same year and purchased land in a town then known as The Cedars, which was later renamed “Kimberly” after John A. Kimberly.
It was in 1914 when they developed cellu-cotton, a cotton substitute that the US Army used as a surgical cotton during World War I, which army nurses later used as disposable sanitary napkins. Then Kotex was introduced as the first disposable feminine hygiene product. Then Kleenex was introduced in 1924.
Kimberly-Clark employees enjoy a variety of choices as well as flexibility to meet ever-changing needs. They are provided with benefits inclusive of medical, dental, and vision coverage along with many other plans to prepare themselves for their future.
Quick Summary of Benefits:
As of 2020, they have a record of about 40,000 employees in their organization. Their employees may join in a wide selection of benefit programs as soon as they become eligible. They may be eligible to the following benefits once they are qualified:
- Health Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Vision Program
- Life Insurance
- Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
- Health Savings Account (HSA)
- Supplemental Life Insurance
- Disability Insurance
- Mental Health Care
- Health Care On-Site
- 401K Plan
Some of their benefits also include the following:
- Maternity and Paternity Leave
- Family Medical Leave
- Adoption Assistance
- Work from Home
- Vacation and Paid Time Off
- Paid Holidays
- Sick Days
- Bereavement Leave
- Mobile Phone Discount
- Gym Membership
- Employee Assistance Program
- Professional Development
- Tuition Assistance
- Job Training
- Diversity Program
Please note that the full list of benefits available to new employees varies from location to location due to differences in local laws, regulations, and customs – and may change at any time.
Your Benefits Resources Website:
The YBR Web site is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. YBR provides information, tools and calculators to help you:
- Learn how your benefit plans work.
- Understand the expenses and services that your options cover.
- Build your own medical plan, selecting from various coverage options.
- Compare health care and insurance options.
- Estimate your out-of-pocket costs for your medical options.
- Search for doctors, dentists, and eye doctors online using the criteria you enter.
- Choose or change your beneficiary(ies).
- Estimate your need for:
- Life and long-term disability insurance coverage; and
- A health care and/or dependent care spending account.
- Get answers to questions about your benefits. Use the “Contact Us” link on the site to send a secure question to a Customer Service Representative.
Information on your health and welfare, 401(k), pension and FSA benefits. For example:
Health and welfare
- View your current health and welfare benefits coverage
- Make enrollment decisions
- View your current 401(k) balance and change contributions
- Make fund transfer and investment election changes
- If you are eligible for a pension benefit:
- View your pension information
- Project your pension income
- Start your pension
- Make beneficiary designations and changes (if applicable)
- Request a new User ID and password or change your existing User ID and password
- Learn more about your benefits
- Review, add or change your dependent or beneficiary information on file (if applicable)
- Understand how a Life Event may affect your benefits
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- Visit this link in your preferred internet browser on your device.
- Select the “Register as a new user” link found below the login details on the page.
- Type in your First and Last Names in the spaces provided.
- Enter your Date of Birth in the spaces provided in this format: Month/dd/yyyy.
- Type in the last 4 digits of your SSN in the space provided.
- Select the blue “Submit” button to move forward.
- Continue to move forward and provide every important information that is asked of you to create a new account online.
You will be directed to your account details where you may start to manage or review as soon as your registration has been successfully completed.