As a full-time employee, you are eligible for the comprehensive benefits available to you and your family.
This Benefits Open Enrollment Microsite contains all the necessary benefit summaries and forms required to enroll or make changes to your current elections.
Please be sure to:
For currently enrolled Employees: Since we’re making some plan changes, everyone will be required to complete a new enrollment form and return to HR by June 16th, even if not making any changes.
For newly benefit eligible Employees: If you are a new hire or become eligible for benefits due to a qualifying event, and do not enroll when you are first eligible, you must wait until the next Annual Open Enrollment period to enroll for the coverage you want and need. Note: late enrollees may be subject to evidence of insurability and may be denied coverage for some benefits.
If you are enrolling in our benefits for the first time, or wanting to make a plan/election change, just follow these simple steps:
Open Enrollment forms are due to HR, no later than June 16th.
Having access to high quality, affordable health care is a great concern for most people. That’s why we are pleased to offer employee and their families, comprehensive medical coverage administered by Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Oklahoma (BCBS).
THE FREEDOM TO CHOOSE
You can choose between three medical plans. Note: Plan changes can only be made during open enrollment.
Summaries of Benefits & Coverage can be found, below.
Too often people forget about dental and vision care. That’s unfortunate, because having healthy teeth and eyes are an important part of your overall well-being.
Your Summaries of Benefits can be found, below. These benefits are provided through Guardian Life.
As your employer, we automatically provide a certain level of life insurance coverage for you and give you the opportunity to purchase additional coverage for you and your dependents.
Employees who wish to supplement their basic life insurance benefit, may purchase additional coverage.
Life insurance is extremely hard to get; however, you have an opportunity to enroll, even if you previously declined this benefit.
THIS YEAR ONLY! Anyone that previously declined this benefit, can enroll during this open enrollment, up to the Guarantee Issue Max, without providing Evidence of Insurability. This applies for you, your spouse and dependent children.
Evidence of Insurability (EOI) is required if you elect more than the guaranteed issue max. This form can be found in the "How to Enroll and Forms" section. Underwriting will notify you of approval or denial of coverage.
Our FSA renews January 1, so you will be notified of your open enrollment opportunity for this benefit, at that time.
A Flexible Spending Account allows participants to set aside money, before taxes, to use on eligible healthcare expenses. Since the monies are withheld from your paycheck on a pre-tax basis, you save tax dollars and lower your taxable income.