Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment begins on Oct. 19, 2020, and ends on Nov. 13, 2020 at 5pm. Any enrollments or changes made during Open Enrollment will become effective Jan. 1, 2021.

Required Actions

No action is required unless you want to change benefits or dependents or enroll in a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) in 2021. With the exception of FSAs, current benefit choices roll over to 2021.

You Need To Take Action If …

  • You want to enroll for the first time, change plans, or change coverage levels for 2021.
  • You wish to participate or continue to participate in a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) for 2021. The IRS requires all flexible spending account participants to re-enroll in these plans every year. If you wish to continue these plan(s), be sure to make your elections for 2021 by the Nov. 13 deadline.

SPS Workday to Enroll or Make Changes:

Employees who wish to enroll or make changes will need to login to SPS Workday.

If you do not know your username (W#) or need help on how to enroll, please see our SPS Workday website which outlines where to find your username and how to enroll.

For assistance, use the Quick Reference Guide when making Open Enrollment Elections.

Review your benefits summary statement in SPS Workday for accuracy. It is your responsibility to correct any errors. 

If enrolling new dependents it is important to upload required supporting documentation when completing Open Enrollment changes.  If the required documentation is not uploaded by 11/13/2020 the dependent will be removed.

New Dependent Required Supporting Documentation

Highlights of 2021 Open Enrollment

  • Healthcare FSA annual amount increase to $2,750

  • Expanded access to Flu Shots at most pharmacies nationwide - $0 copay

  • Wellness activities reset in 2021

    Employees who choose to participate in the wellness plan and complete all of the wellness plan activities will receive the following incentives for the remainder of the 2021 plan year:

    • $0 copays for PCP visits and

    • a $5 reduction in Specialist copays

      Although you are not required to participate in the wellness plan activities, only employees who do so will receive copay waivers/reductions