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  1. OPEN ENROLLMENT IS NOW LIVE!

    Benefits will not automatically roll over. To sign up, please click "Read More".

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  2. IMPORTANT DATES AND REMINDERS
     
    To All Employees, 


    Here are key dates and reminders with the upcoming renewal for January 1, 2019.  Please read carefully
     
     
    Enrollment and Call Center dates: November 13th – 19th

    • Call center and enrollment instructions will be provided on November 12th
    • Make sure you review the two disclosures for the call center enrollment.  MN Disclosure and HIPPA Doc

    The call center will not continue unless you have acknowledged you have received the disclosures.  

    • To finish dependent enrollment you must have dependent’s social security number and date of birth.

     
     
    Dependent Verification forms: Due by December 5th  – See attached for further details

                            Email: cmetternick@superservicellc.com or Fax: 616-588-6391

    Legal Spouse: Marriage license AND the first page of the most recently filed federal tax return (Form 1040) that includes the spouse. If married filing separately, submit the first page of both federal tax returns. For privacy, please black out all financial information. Second option is submitting a current bill with both names on file with your current address.
    Natural Child: A copy of the child’s birth certificate showing the employee as a parent.
    Stepchild: A copy of the child’s birth certificate showing the name of the natural parent AND proof that the natural parent and employee are married, as described under “Legal Spouse” above.
     
     
    2019 Open Enrollment Reminders

    • It is very important to be engaged this open enrollment.  Your current elections will NOT be automatically transferred to 2019.  If you wish to retain benefits an election must be made.
    • All eligible employees will have to make an election or waive benefits.
  3. To All Employees,
     
    Super Service is pleased to provide you with the opportunity to sign up for Medical, Dental, FSA, Vision, Accident, Short-Term Disability, Long-Term Disability, and Life insurance during this year’s enrollment period.
    You will enroll by calling in to the call center beginning Tuesday, November 13th - Monday, November 19th to make your elections for 2019, 8:00am – 8pm Eastern Time.

    • To enroll you will be asked questions that will require verification that you have received and reviewed the two documents with this notice, linked below.  The enrollers will not proceed with enrollment if not acknowledged.  

    HIPPA Disclosure
    Minnesota Disclosure

    • Dependent Verification is now required for any medical enrollments in 2019.  This must be completed by end of the enrollment period or insurance will not be provided to dependents.


    To employees enrolled in Allstate benefits.  Your policies will terminate as Super Service, LLC enrolled benefits as of 12/31/18.  You will receive a notification after termination from Allstate if you would like to continue your benefits on an individual basis with the same rates.  You would pay the premiums directly to Allstate, instead of having premiums payroll deducted.
     
    Enrollment call center instructions and dependent verification instructions coming soon!
     
    Benefits coming:
    Medical insurance may help to pay the expenses associated with normal doctor visits or emergency treatment. You also have access to a network of medical providers.

    Dental insurance can help lower your out-of-pocket expenses so you and your family can maintain healthy smiles—and better overall health, too.

    Vision insurance helps keep your eyes healthy so you can stay productive at work. Eye doctors can detect signs for health conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure before symptoms arise. Coverage can include savings on eye exams, eyewear, and discounts on laser vision correction.

    Flexible Healthcare and Dependent Care Spending Accounts allow you to set aside pre-tax dollars to pay for certain out-of-pocket health care or dependent care expenses.
     
    Accident insurance can help minimize the financial impact by providing a cash benefit if you, your spouse, or your child experiences an injury, treatment, or loss due to a covered accident.

    Short-Term Disability insurance provides you with a weekly cash benefit, after your claim is approved, to help pay for everyday expenses (such as mortgage/rent, utilities, childcare, or groceries) if you are unable to work for a short time due to a covered disabling injury or illness (e.g., back injuries, recovery from surgery, or even maternity leave).

    Long-Term Disability insurance provides you with a monthly cash benefit, after your claim is approved, to help pay for everyday expenses (such as mortgage/rent, utilities, childcare, or groceries) if a covered disabling illness or injury (e.g., back injuries and some serious illnesses such as heart attack, cancer, or stroke) takes you away from work for an extended time.

    Life insurance can provide the people you love with financial support when you can’t be there—and when they need it most.

  4. Click here to view or save the Focus on Benefits 2019 Booklet
     

    HEALTH/WELLNESS INFORMATION

     
    To All Employees, 

    Your Focus On Benefits 2019 booklet is now available!
     
    Health insurance continues to be a challenging issue at the national, state, and local level.  As I’m sure you realize, health insurance costs continue to increase faster than any other expense we incur.  Our own government has publicized data informing us we need to live healthier lifestyles if we want to get the costs under control.  Currently, more than 70% of our health care claims are lifestyle-related.
     
    Super Service continues to believe that a big part of the solution to health care is getting people engaged by taking personal responsibility for their own health and making better health care decisions. The bottom line is, as employee and users of the plan, we need to be part of the solution!
     
    Introducing a Outcome Based Wellness / Health Plan…“Know your Numbers”

    • You will have an opportunity to participate in an FREE confidential onsite Health Risk Screening as part of our future wellness strategies.  The screenings will focus on specific areas that can be influenced and controlled by your lifestyle choices.  “Learn your numbers”.  In the near future monthly health insurance premium incentives based on your results/score will be offered to you. 

     

    • To ignite your interest, we are excited to be offering you a $30 monthly premium incentive starting in January and lasting the entire 2019 plan year if you are enrolled in the group medical plan.     

     
    The confidential testing offers reward points on these markers;

    • Weight  
    • Blood Pressure  (score well if controlled with your Rx)
    • Cholesterol (score well if controlled with your Rx)
    • Glucose (score well if controlled with your Rx)
    • Triglycerides (score well if controlled with your Rx)
    • Nicotine FREE (Test result shows negative for nicotine)

     
    How Does This New Plan Get Us Engaged?

    • In the long run, if we live healthier lifestyles (eat healthy, exercise, stop smoking, reduce stress levels, etc.) the chance of incurring a chronic illness/disease is reduced, thus, reducing future medical costs.  
    • Now is the time to learn your numbers so when the next round (mid-year 2019) of wellness screening occurs, you will be in a better position to earn important premium reduction incentives.

    2019 Open Enrollment Reminders

    • It is very important to be engaged this open enrollment.  Your current elections will NOT be automatically transferred to 2019.  If you wish to retain benefits an election must be made.
    • Watch for additional information on how to complete your enrollment.
    • All eligible employees will have to make an election or waive benefits.
    • Open Enrollment will be held from Tuesday, November 13th – Monday, November 19th to make your elections for 2019.
    • If enrolling spouse/dependents you will be required to submit verification documentation for your spouse/each dependent.  Watch for additional details what documents will be required and how to submit your documents.
       
  5. 2nd NOTICE - Information For Upcoming Insurance Open Enrollment                                           

     

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  6. Information For Upcoming Insurance Open Enrollment                    

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