Welcome

Helping you and your family reach and maintain good health is very important to MJS. We are pleased to offer a selection of benefits designed with your health and financial wellbeing in mind. We review our benefit programs each year to ensure we consider the best combination of benefit coverage, network access and affordability for employees.

Overview

MJS is committed to providing a competitive, cost-effective benefit program for employees and their families.

Please review our 2022 benefit materials below for information on benefits available to you.

2022 Benefit Guide

2022 Benefit Guide

2022 Benefit Highlighter

2022 Benefit Highlighter

2022 Required Notices

2022 Required Notices

Enrollment

Remember: The benefit choices you make during your initial enrollment or annual open enrollment remain in effect for the entire year. You can, however, modify your elections under certain circumstances, called “Qualifying Events”. These are events such as marriage, divorce, birth or adoption of a child, loss of eligibility under another plan. If you experience a qualifying event, you may make changes to your benefits within 30 days of the event or 60 days if the event is due to birth or adoption of a child. Refer to your Employee Benefits Guide or contact Human Resources if you have questions about qualifying events.


How to Enroll:

1.Go to www.MJSPACKAGINGCONNECTION.com

2.Enter your User ID: First Initial + Last Name + MJS

 e.g.John Smith = JSmithMJS

1.Enter your Password: Last 4 of your SSN

2.Follow instructions and enroll in your benefits

3.Make sure to save your elections and print your confirmation statement.


2022 Open Enrollment Presentation

2022 Open Enrollment Presentation

Medical/Rx

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan & Blue Care Network

BCBSM/BCN will be our medical provider for the 2022 plan year and the following plan options are available to you:

  • PPO HSA 3000
  • HMO HSA 3000*
  • POS HSA 3000


*HMO plan is only available to employees that reside in the state of Michigan

POS HSA 3000

Full Benefit Summary

POS HSA 3000

Full Benefit Summary

PPO HSA 3000

Full Benefit Summary

PPO HSA 3000

Full Benefit Summary

HMO HSA 3000

Full Benefit Summary

HMO HSA 3000

Full Benefit Summary

POS HSA 3000 FAQ

POS HSA 3000 FAQ

POS HSA 3000 Member Flyer

POS HSA 3000 Member Flyer

POS HSA 3000 Member Guide

POS HSA 3000 Member Guide

Dental

Delta Dental Plan

Our dental plan provides comprehensive coverage to help you and your family maintain good dental health. Providers are part of the Delta Dental network, or you may see an out-of-network dentist of your choice. Be aware if you go out-of-network, your costs will be higher.


Review your coverage details in your Benefit Guide.

Dental

Full Benefit Summary

Dental

Full Benefit Summary

Find A Delta Dental Dentist

Find A Delta Dental Dentist

How Does Dental Insurance Work?

How Does Dental Insurance Work?

Vision

EyeMed Vision Plan

DID YOU KNOW?

  • Eye exams can help detect serious eye and general health conditions sooner: high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol
  • Babies should receive their first professional eye exam at 6 months
  • 80% of learning in the first 12 years comes through the eyes


We offer vision coverage through EyeMed to help pay for eye exams, prescription glasses and contact lenses. You receive a higher level of benefits when you see a provider in the EyeMed Network. Review your coverage details in your Benefit Guide.

Vision

Full Benefit Summary

Vision

Full Benefit Summary

Find An EyeMed Provider

Find An EyeMed Provider

How Does Vision Insurance Work?

How Does Vision Insurance Work?

HSA (Health Savings Account)

HealthEquity

A Health Savings Account (HSA) is a tax-free savings account is owned by you, is 100% vested from day one, and let’s you build up savings for future needs. The funds may be used to pay for qualifying healthcare expenses not covered by insurance or any other plan for yourself, your spouse, or tax dependents. You decide how much you would like to contribute, when and how to spend the money on eligible expenses, and how to invest the balance.


2022 IRS Contribution Limits:

Single: $3,650

Two Person or Family: $7,300

If you are age 55 older, you can contribute up to an additional $1,000 per year as a "Catch-Up" Contribution


Employer Contribution: $1,000


2022 Contribution Limits (Including Employer Contribution):

Single: $2,650

Two Person or Family: $6,300

If you are age 55 older, you can contribute up to an additional $1,000 per year as a "Catch-Up" Contribution


*You will continue to use your same HealthEquity Debit Card for the 2022 Plan Year


Contribution limits include your individual contribution as well as any employer contributions. The combined total can not exceed the amount(s) mentioned above each calendar year.

What Is a Health Savings Account (HSA)?

What Is a Health Savings Account (HSA)?

Harness The Power of An HSA

Harness The Power of An HSA

HSA Your Way Webinar

SPEND, SAVE AND INVEST IN YOUR HEALTHCARE

HSA Your Way Webinar

SPEND, SAVE AND INVEST IN YOUR ...

FSA (Flexible Spending Account)

Varipro

The Health Care, Limited Purpose and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) allow you to set aside pre-tax dollars to pay for eligible expenses. By contributing to an FSA you reduce your taxable income, so you pay less in taxes — which saves you money.


HEALTH CARE FSA

  • You may contribute up to $2,850 annually
  • All benefit eligible can participate, unless you or your spouse are contributing to an HSA
  • Reimbursements allowed for unreimbursed medical, prescription, dental, and vision expenses


LIMITED PURPOSE FSA

  • You may contribute up to $2,850 annually
  • If you are enrolled in an HDHP – you are only able to participate in a Limited Purpose FSA
  • Limited Purpose FSA can over cover the costs for qualified dental and vision expenses for yourself and dependents – not able to cover any qualified medical expenses


DEPENDENT CARE FSA

  • You may contribute up to $5,000 annually
  • Limited to $2,500 if you are married and file separate tax returns
  • Eligible expenses include care for your dependent child, spouse, parent or grandparent who are incapable of caring for themselves
Flexible Spending Account (FSA) Overview

Flexible Spending Account (FSA) Overview

Limited Purpose FSA Overview

Limited Purpose FSA Overview

Dependent Care FSA Overview

Dependent Care FSA Overview

Life & Disability

Mutual of Omaha (MOO)

We provide all team members with Basic & Voluntary Life/AD&D coverage as well as Short- and Long-Term Disability through Mutual of Omaha.


Basic Life/AD&D

Employees working 30 or more hours per week are eligible for $50,000, in coverage payable to your designated beneficiary in the event of your death. An additional accidental death & dismemberment benefit (AD&D) is payable to you in the event of a covered dismemberment or to your beneficiary if your death is the result of an accident.


Voluntary Life/AD&D and Voluntary AD&D

A sudden accident or death can leave you or your loved ones in a vulnerable position. Employees have the opportunity to enroll in Term Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment insurance which will supplement lost income in the event of an accident or death. If you choose to enroll in employee coverage, this will be in addition to your employer provided Basic Life coverage.


Who's Your Beneficiary? Naming a beneficiary is a crucial part of electing life insurance. Also, don't forget to update your primary or secondary beneficiary if you experience a life event, such as a divorce or birth of a child.


Short Term Disability

Everyday illnesses or injuries can interfere with your ability to work. Even a few weeks away from work can make it difficult to manage household costs. Short Term Disability coverage provides financial protection for you by paying a portion of your income, so you can focus on getting better and worry less about keeping up with your bills. Your coverage through MOO pays 60% of your income to a maximum of $1,500 per week.


Long Term Disability

Serious illnesses or accidents can interrupt your life, and your ability to work for months – even years. Long Term Disability provides financial protection for you by paying a portion of your income, so you have financial support to manage your disability and your household. Benefits begin after a 180 day elimination period are are equal to 60% of covered monthly earnings up to $10,000 for full-time employees.


Please consult your Employee Benefits Guide for additional details.

Short Term Disability Overview

Short Term Disability Overview

Long Term Disability Overview

Long Term Disability Overview

Life and AD&D Insurance Overview

Life and AD&D Insurance Overview

Mutual of Omaha (MOO) Member Services

Provided at no cost to you!
EAP

Employee Assistance Program

EAP

Employee Assistance Program

Will Preparation Services

Will Preparation Services

Worldwide Travel Assistance

Worldwide Travel Assistance

Identity Theft Assistance

Identity Theft Assistance

Understanding Your Benefits

What is Preventive Care?

What is Preventive Care?

Benefit Terms Explained

Benefit Terms Explained

How To Read An EOB (Explanation of Benefits)

How To Read An EOB (Explanation of Benefits)

Contact Us

As you consider your benefit options, please be sure to review all available information: Employee Benefits Guide, Intranet, and other videos and flyers found on this webpage. If you don't understand your benefits or need any assistance, please contact the Human Resources Department.