New Hire: How To Enroll In Benefits

Modified on Tue, 05 Mar 2024 at 12:42 PM

As a new hire, you will have 30 days from your start date to enroll in benefits. All benefits selected during this event will become effective on the 1st day of the following month.  


Enroll in New Hire Benefits
 
Click on the New Hire Benefits Enrollment task under your Awaiting Your Action inbox. Once you are on the task, click the blue action Let's Get Started and you will be directed to the benefits page.



Click Enroll under the available plans(s). 



Select the appropriate plan of coverage you would like to enroll. For this example, our new hire is enrolling in medical benefits and is choosing the Carelink PPO plan. They are choosing to Select this plan and Waive the other plans available. 

 

Once you are done selecting your plan, click Confirm and Continue to move to the next screen.




You will be prompted to add a new dependent if needed to your plan. If you want to add a dependent, click the available action Add New Dependent and fill out all required information and then click Save. If you do not need to add a dependent, you can skip this action and click Save. 


 

Once you have enrolled in all the available benefits you would like, click the Review and Sign action on the bottom left of your screen to review your enrollments. 

 

Please review and check if your enrollments are correct. If you need to make changes, click the Cancel action to go back to your enrollment screen. If everything is correct, scroll to the bottom of the screen where you will find a Electronic Signature acknowledgment, check off the box and click Submit to sign off on your benefit elections. 


Once you have clicked Submit, your changes will be saved.







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