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Open Enrollment is almost over!!!  This Thursday, October 31st will be your last opportunity to make changes to your current benefits and dependents unless you have a Life Event.  You don’t have to do anything if you want to keep all of your benefit elections the same for 2020.  They will simply rollover, uninterrupted into the new year.  The only exception is to your Flexible Spending Account.   If you want a Flexible Spending account again in 2020 you will need to use one of the 3 enrollment options below to make that election...


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We hope by now you have had the opportunity to visit our online information and enrollment page for Open Enrollment 2020.  Open Enrollment is almost coming to an end. October 31st will be your last opportunity to make changes to your current benefits and dependents unless you have a Life Event.  We would also like to remind you that Open Enrollment is passive.  You don’t have to do anything if you want to keep all of your benefit elections the same for 2020.  They will simply rollover, uninterrupted into the new year.  The only exception is to your Flexible Spending Account.   If you want a Flexible Spending account again in 2020 you will need to use one of the 3 enrollment options below to make that election...


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We hope by now you have had the opportunity to visit our online information and enrollment page for Open Enrollment 2020.  Don’t forget you will only have until October 31st to make changes to your current benefits and dependents unless you have a Life Event.  We would also like to remind you that Open Enrollment is passive.  You don’t have to do anything if you want to keep all of your benefit elections the same for 2020.  They will simply rollover, uninterrupted into the new year.  The only exception is to your Flexible Spending Account.   If you want a Flexible Spending account again in 2020 you will need to use one of the 3 enrollment options below to make that election...


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Today is the first day of Open Enrollment. Please visit our online information and enrollment page found   here where you will see our Welcome Letter and Benefits Highlight Guide for 2020.  These communications detail all of our benefit enhancements and changes for 2020, including an increased incentive to the Employee Only HSA accounts! Enrollment is...


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We are excited to announce our annual Open Enrollment for Benefit elections is October 1-31.  You won’t want to miss this opportunity to make changes or review your core and voluntary benefit options for 2020.  Open enrollment is passive again this year.  This means that if you have current benefits...


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Today is the first day of Open Enrollment.  Be sure to visit our online information and enrollment site at www.firstfleetinc.com/openenrollment where you will see our 2019 Welcome Letter and Benefits Highlight Guide.These communications detail all of our benefit enhancements for 2019 including, new coverage for sunglasses and an addition of a co-pay plan for preventative drugs under the High Deductible Health Plan.


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We are excited to announce our annual Open Enrollment for Benefit elections is October 1 – 31. Don’t miss this opportunity to make changes or review your core and voluntary benefit options for 2018. Open enrollment is passive again this year. This means that you don’t have to enroll during Open Enrollment unless you are actually making changes to your current elections or opting out of coverage. The only exception would be that you are required to elect a new flexible spending account every year due to IRS Regulations. Your flexible spending account will not automatically roll over for next year.


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The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) is currently warning that flu activity is not slowing down any time soon. In fact, just the opposite. The month of February is trending to produce the highest flu activity level of this season with activity expected to last well into May. This means, if you haven’t yet, you need to take active steps immediately to reduce your chances of getting the flu.


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Friday, January 12th is the first paycheck reflecting your 2018 Open Enrollment Benefit elections. Please take a moment to confirm the accuracy of your deduction amounts.

If there are any discrepancies feel free to contact Human Resources at (615) 890-9229 or via email HumanResources@firstfleetinc.com.


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There are only 4 days left to make changes during this year’s Open Enrollment. If you do not wish to make any changes to your current elections you do not have to do anything, your elections will simply carry over into 2018.


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There are only 8 days left to make changes during this year’s Open Enrollment.  If you do not wish to make any changes to your current elections you do not have to do anything, your elections will carry over into 2018. However, you do have to elect new Flex Spending contributions if you would like to participate in a Flex Spending account in 2018. 


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We’re right in the middle of Open Enrollment and it’s moving by quickly! Now is definitely the time to review your current benefits and decide if they still meet your needs and the needs of your family. If you do not wish to make any changes to your current elections you do not have to do anything, your elections will simply carry over into 2018. However, you do have to elect new Flex Spending contributions if you would like to participate in a Flex Spending account in 2018.


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Get Ready!  This year’s Open Enrollment is October 1st – 31st.  Open enrollment is passive again this year. This means that you don’t have to enroll unless you are making changes to your elections, electing a 2018 Flexible Spending Account, or opting out of coverage.  Don’t forget, Open Enrollment is your one opportunity each year, outside a status life change, to make changes to your existing coverage.   Open Enrollment Guides have been mailed out to those that did not elect electronic delivery of benefit information this year.   To view Open Enrollment information online simply go to www.firstfleetinc.com/openenrollment and you can view all of the 2018 Benefit Information.


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The HMS Dependent Audit has gone extremely well, and I want to personally thank you for participating in this process and investing the time to provide the documentation needed. I know this was an added item on your list of things to do, and I am grateful for your participation.

We have extended the HMS Company Wide Dependent Audit to Friday, May 5th, to allow associates the opportunity to get those last minute verification documents over to HMS. If you are showing in an INCOMPLETE / PARTIAL status I encourage you to call HMS immediately at (844) 845-8350 to determine what documents you may still need to send in to COMPLETE your account in HMS. You can also review your account status by going to aduitOS.com and using your HMS Reference number.


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Don’t forget!  Next Friday – April 14th is the deadline for HMS to receive the verification documents for all of your dependents on the Medical plan.  If you need help identifying which documents you need to send in or need assistance locating the agencies in your community where you can obtain new birth certificates, marriage certificates or other legal documents,  please call HMS directly at (844) 845-8350.


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