There are different Life insurance policies designed to protect your family. They fall into two main categories: term and permanent. Term policies- Like the name implies are good for a set period (term) of time. On the open market, these policies are usually purchased in 20- or 30-year term periods, while those provided by employers are based on term of employment. Term … [Read more...] about Is all Life Insurance the same? Find out what is right for you.
What is Open Enrollment? Open enrollment is the annual period during which you can elect/decline/or make changes to your medical, dental, vision, and cafeteria/flexible spending plans for the upcoming calendar year. Flexible spending elections must be elected annually. Additionally, voluntary benefit carriers may provide guarantee issue during this period as well (determined … [Read more...] about Open enrollment and Virtual employee benefit fair November 1 – December 1.
Special enrollment opportunities. New Short Term Disability benefit and New Life insurance carrier. Short Term Disability: MSU is excited to offer a new voluntary benefit. We are pleased to announce Hartford has been selected to offer short term disability coverage. Short-term disability is designed to protect income when an employee cannot work because of an off-the-job … [Read more...] about Benefit changes that benefit you!
The Annual Health & Benefit Fair will take place on Wednesday, October 13 in the PSU Grand Ballroom from 11 a.m.-3 p.m., and Thursday October 14th on the West Plains campus in Student Rec center from 1-4 p.m. New this year, a virtual (employee only) benefit fair will run concurrent with Open enrollment, November 1st – December 1st. Missouri State students, faculty, … [Read more...] about Prizes? Giveaways? Learning opportunities?
Participate in Open Enrollment Online enrollment for your 2018 benefits choices opened November 1 and will end December 1 . Please review your benefit options on the benefits platform. You will also be able to make changes to your benefits choices. Failure to select a medical plan, confirm your existing benefits or make changes by Dec. 1 will result in a rollover of your … [Read more...] about Take Action Now