Annual Enrollment starts soon. Get ready now by exploring what’s new and changing and reviewing your choices. Enroll or make benefit changes from Oct. 22 to Nov. 13.
Know what’s new
While your dental and vision coverage, Long-Term Disability, Life insurance and Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) are not changing, there are some changes for 2023 you should know about before you make your elections.
- New medical option
A Broad Access Plan option will replace the HRA medical option. You can use your existing HRA funds for three years through HealthEquity if you remain enrolled in a Rockwell Automation medical plan. If you have an HRA balance, additional details will be forthcoming. If you’re a Rockwell Automation employee living in Eastern Wisconsin, visit here for details on your medical plan options for 2023.
- HSA deductible and out-of-pocket tier changes
The HSA option no longer has separate deductible and out-of-pocket amounts for a middle tier of coverage. If you cover dependents, the family deductible and out-of-pocket applies. For 2023, the HSA option will have a lower family deductible but a higher out-of-pocket maximum, and the Company account contribution has increased.
Review your choices
Read your 2023 Annual Enrollment Guide to review your benefit choices and see the 2023 rates. If you want to understand the details better, review the Summary Plan Descriptions on the Your BenefitsTM website
Enroll by Nov. 13
Once you’ve reviewed your benefit options, be sure to enroll, make changes, or update dependents on Your Benefits™ by Nov. 13 This is your once-a-year chance to make changes to your benefits without a qualified status change, so take full advantage.
If you don’t enroll, you’ll be automatically enrolled in the same plans you have today, except any Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs). You must re-elect FSAs each year. Contact the Rockwell Alight Service Center at 1.877.687.7272, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Central Time, if you need help making your elections or understanding your benefits.
Keep in mind…
- You can lower your 2023 medical premiums by up to $500 if you complete the Health Management program before the end of the year.
- You must re-enroll in an FSA if you want one for 2023.
- Your HSA contributions roll over from year to year. If you don’t change your contribution during Annual Enrollment, your current contribution will continue. You can change your contribution anytime during the year.