Enroll/Change my Benefits

Welcome to your Benefits!

There are three times throughout the year that you can change/update your benefit elections.

  • New Hire Enrollment: You have 31 days from the date of hire to make your selections for enrollment in all benefit offerings. 
  • Life Event Change: When you experience a change such as a marriage, divorce, or having a baby, you have 30 days from the date of the event to log in to the benefits portal and make your changes. 
  • Open Enrollment: takes place in November, with an effective date of January 1st of the following year.

Please see the tabs below for more information on enrolling in or changing your benefits.

You can update or change your benefits in the Benefit Portal, which you access through Workday by selecting the Benefits icon. This is also where you can view your Benefits Summary to see your current coverage, as well as access documents such as your annual 1095-C.       

Click here for more information on choosing a health insurance plan.

New Hires can now enroll in benefits via our self-service benefits portal! Enrollment instructions can be found below along with additional information that may be helpful as you go through the enrollment process. Your benefits will become effective on the first of the month following the completion of one continuous month of active service.

Below are links to help you with following:

  • How to Enroll in Benefits –  Instructions can be found here for accessing the benefits portal and making your elections.
  • MyChoice App Instructions - You can also enroll using the MyChoice app for your smartphone. The MyChoice app also stores all of your benefits information once you have completed your enrollment

Your enrollment window will close 30 days from your date of hire and if you miss the window you will not be able to enroll in benefits for 2019 unless you experience a qualified life event during the year. The sooner you are able to enroll, the sooner you will receive your medical and vision ID cards. You will not receive dental cards from MetLife, please visit the Dental tab by clicking here for the information you’ll need to give your dentist.

Even if you will be opting out of medical, dental, and/or vision benefits, you still need to take the action of either enrolling or waiving your benefits. The company provides you with Basic Life & AD&D insurance, so you will need to designate a beneficiary for these benefits.