This topic applies to Dynamics 365 for Talent (pre-release), Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Enterprise edition, and Dynamics 365 for Operations.
This topic provides information about benefit eligibility policies, which help you define who is eligible for specific benefits.
When you create benefits, you decide which benefits will be available to which employees. The following table shows examples of benefits that you might make available to specific employees.
|Benefit||Who the benefit is available to|
|Health insurance||All employees|
|Mobile phone||Sales staff, executives|
The following components in are used to create eligibility policies:
- Policy rule types
- Benefit eligibility policies
Policy rule types define the query parameters that are used when you develop specific policy rules. After you create policy rule types, you can create benefit eligibility policies. The policies let you create a collection of rules that apply to one or more legal entities. Within each policy, you can view any of the benefit eligibility policy rule types that you created earlier.
You define the scope of the rule within the policy. For example, if you create a benefit eligibility policy rule type that is named Executive, you can specify what the rule is within that policy. In this example, the rule might state that any job title that contains the word “executive” should be included in the rule. After you've defined the parameters of the rule or rules that are included in the policy, you can assign a specific rule to the benefit.