Disability Self-Identification (5 year review)
The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) issued regulations that changed the way employers who do business with the government are to report workforce data, specifically regarding individuals with disabilities. The regulations mandate a good-faith effort to achieve a workforce with seven percent (7%) employees with disabilities. This is not a quota, but a goal. Please take a moment to log into myBGSU and update your disability status.
Life Events - Benefit Changes
Getting married? Having a baby? Losing health coverage for you or an eligible dependent? These are considered Life Events and make you eligible for a special enrollment period to make changes to your current benefit plan selections. The documentation needs to be uploaded and approved by HR prior to updating your plan elections online. Please take this into consideration when your deadline is approaching as HR is closed on weekends, holidays and in the evenings. If the entire event enrollment process is not completed within 30 calendar days, the coverage change will be denied. The next opportunity to make a coverage change will be during the annual open enrollment, for an effective date of January 1st. Information about Life Events can be found on the Benefits Section under Life Events.
Open Enrollment for 2020 has ended
Open Enrollment for 2020 benefits has ended as of November 22, 2019. If you newly elected health insurance or changed the plan you enrolled in, Medical Mutual will be mailing you a new ID card to your home address the last week of December. The new full plan booklets for Plan A and Plan B that Medical Mutual provides are under final review and will be added to the website as soon as they are finalized. If you have any questions, please contact the benefits area within the Office of Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org.