2nd NOTICE - IMPORTANT INFORMATION

BENEFIT OPEN ENROLLMENT 2019

To All Employees,
Protect what you love about your life.

Second Notice; 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. 

 

In the next couple of weeks you will receive additional information on coverage options and 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.

ALL NEW ELECTIONS FOR 2019:

NEW: If enrolling spouse/dependents you will be required to submit verification documentation for your spouse/each dependent.  Watch for additional details on how to submit your documents. 

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Flexible spending account can provide the dollars needed to pay for deductibles and other related items when you have a medical claim. It also has a huge tax advantage.