What You Need to Know:
  1. RGBSI will be launching Open Enrollment on Thursday, May 10, 2018 where you will have the opportunity to enroll or make changes to your plans for the new benefit plan year of 6/1/2018 – 5/31/2019.
  2. You will be receiving communication from RGBSI HR on Thursday, May 11, 2018 with instructions and information on how to get started on your enrollments!
  3. RGBSI HR will be hosting two informational online webinars that we encourage everyone to attend – this is a great time to listen in on any changes or additions being added to our plans this year including some awesome new elective benefits. The webinars will be on Friday, 5/11/18 @ 4pm EST and Friday, 5/18/18 @ 4pm EST.

Please keep an eye out for these communications coming on Thursday, May 10th and contact RGBSI HR if you have any questions!

Webinar Registration Details

Register for Friday, May 11, 2018 from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM EST

Online Webinar Only

  • Webinar ID: 876-856-691
  • United States: +1 (562) 247-8422
  • Audio PIN: Shown after joining the webinar
  • Panelist Access Code: 411-157-154

Register for Friday, May 18, 2018 from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM EST

Online Webinar Only

  • Webinar ID: 959-416-099
  • United States: +1 (914) 614-3221
  • Audio PIN: Shown after joining the webinar
  • Panelist Access Code: 826-523-537
UPDATES TO OUR INSURANCE COVERAGE:
  • Medical PPO Option 1: No changes
  • Medical PPO Option 2: No changes
  • Medical PPO Option 3 with H.S.A.: No changes
  • Dental: No changes
  • Vision: No changes
  • AD&D/Short-Term Disability/Life Insurance (employer paid)/Employee Assistance Program/Identity Theft Protection: No changes
  • Voluntary Life:  No changes to the plan structure.  If you had the opportunity to enroll in this plan previously and chose not to elect it, you may need to provide “evidence of insurability” should you choose to enroll now.
NEW ADDITIONS FOR 2018:

The following products, offered through Unum, are meant to help offset the cost of your medical cost-sharing expenses and can help you “bridge the gap” to a more affordable, higher deductible medical plan option.

  • Critical Illness Insurance: If you’re diagnosed with an illness that is covered by this insurance, you’ll receive a benefit payment in one lump sum.  The money can help you pay out-of-pocket medical expenses, like co-pays and deductibles, though you are permitted to use the money however you wish.
  • Accident Insurance: Accident Insurance pays a set benefit amount for various types of injuries. It covers accidents that occur on and off the job, and will provide additional benefits for things like hospital admissions, ambulance rides and resulting physical therapy.
  • Hospital Insurance: You will receive benefits when you’re admitted to the hospital for a covered accident or illness.  You will receive benefits for the initial admission as well as each day of your stay.  This includes a benefit for emergency room and ambulance rides.

Get in Touch with HR

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