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Unity Benefits Open Enrollment 2012

2012 benefits Open Enrollment is October 20-November 4, 2011. This year, enrollment is easier than ever.

You provide our customers with the best possible health care experience. You’re committed to your job and feel good about the work you do. But while work can bring satisfaction, it must bring more than that. That’s why at Unity we’re committed to ensuring you have access to benefits that can make a real difference for you and your loved ones.

You should have received a packet from your department leader with information specific to you: what benefits you’re currently enrolled in, what they’re costing you, and what the cost to you would be for choosing other options. If you didn’t receive this packet, see your department leader or call the Benefits Hotline at 368-3211.

No matter how long you’ve been working at Unity, take the time to look at your current benefits package. Then scroll through these pages to see what your options are.

The right combination of benefits can save you money, and help protect you and your family in good times and bad. Don’t just assume your current benefit package is the best possible one. Take the time to look at the information in these pages, and to think about your own situation and needs.

When you’re ready, click on the Enrollment Instructions or Enroll Now tab.

All full-time and part-time employees regularly scheduled to work at least 20 hours per week are eligible to enroll in Unity’s benefits program. You can also enroll your spouse, children, domestic partner and domestic partner’s children in many of these plans.

You’ll need a username and password to enroll. If you’ve never logged into the Benefits Enrollment website (known as “UltiPro”) before, you’ll find a username and temporary password in the packet you received from your department leader. Once you log in, you’ll be prompted to create your own password, which must be 8-15 characters long and include at least 1 upper case letter, 1 lower case letter and 1 number.

If you’ve logged into UltiPro in the past, either during past Open Enrollment periods or on another occasion, log in using the same username and password you used before. If you’ve forgotten your log-in information, you’ll find your username in the enrollment materials you received from your department leader. Log in with it and then click on the “forgot your password?” link. You’ll be prompted to answer three security questions.

If you have trouble logging in, contact the IT Helpdesk: 368-3375, press option 3.

You must enroll by November 4. In most cases, this will be your only opportunity to make changes until next year.

You can change or adjust your benefits on only two occasions:
  • Each fall during the annual Open Enrollment period. (Changes go into effect on January 1 of the following year.)
  • Any time during the year in the event of a change in your job status (full-time /part-time) or in your personal or family status, known as a “qualifying event.” Click here for more information on status changes and qualifying events.
If you don’t enroll in benefits during this Open Enrollment period, most of your benefits will continue as they were, although the costs may change. You will lose Flexible Spending Accounts and PTO Sell, which must be renewed annually.

This Open Enrollment period does not include two of the new voluntary benefits Unity introduced last spring.

During 2011, Unity introduced Whole Life Insurance and Cancer Insurance. These benefits continue to be available to you at any time, but they are not part of the Open Enrollment process and you do not need to re-enroll in them now.

Click here for more information about these benefits and how to enroll in them if you haven’t already.

During 2011, Unity also introduced a Legal Services Plan. If you’re interested in this Plan and haven’t yet enrolled, you may do so during this Open Enrollment period.