Below you will find a list of actions that can be taken during open enrollment:

 

·       Medical and Dental: enroll, change, cancel, add or drop dependents. 

 

·       Flexible Spending Accounts: enroll.  Employees must re-enroll each year.  Elections do not roll over to the next year.

 

·       Health Savings Plan: enroll. Employees enrolled in the High Deductible Health Plan must elect their contribution amount to the Health Savings Plan for the upcoming year. These elections do not roll over from one year to the next.

 

 

·       Life Insurance: 

o    Basic Life Insurance RFT: enroll for the first time with evidence of insurability, or cancel coverage. 

o    Supplemental Life Insurance: newly enroll with evidence of insurability, currently enrolled may increase existing coverage by one level with no evidence of insurability, increase existing coverage more than one level with evidence of insurability, decrease existing coverage to any level, or cancel coverage.

o    Spouse Life Insurance: newly enroll with evidence of insurability, currently enrolled may increase existing coverage by one level with no evidence of insurability, increase existing coverage more than one level with evidence of insurability, decrease existing coverage to any level, or cancel coverage.

o    Child Life insurance: newly enroll with no evidence of insurability, increase or decrease to any level without evidence of insurability, or cancel coverage.  

o    Basic Life Insurance RPT: newly enroll with evidence of insurability, those currently enrolled may increase existing coverage by one level without evidence of insurability, increase existing coverage more than one level with evidence of insurability, decrease existing coverage to any level, or cancel coverage.

·         Personal Accident Insurance: newly enroll, increase or decrease to maximum allowed per salary, change between Single and Family coverage, or cancel coverage. 

·         Disability Income Program: enroll for the first time with evidence of insurability, or cancel coverage.