Description: The article below expresses the main idea with the topic on employee navigator. It is a demonstration of open enrollment for the point of Employee Navigator. The author will show you the detailed steps on how to use employee navigator for the upcoming open enrollment period.
Your employer is utilizing an employee navigator as a means to streamline the open enrollment period with employee navigator, you will be able to redo your plan options, your cost per pay period and make plan selection online for the upcoming year.
This is a demonstration on how to use employee navigator for the upcoming open enrollment period, the first thing that you’ll receive is an email from your HR manager stating that the open enrollment period is now opened on the screen.
There is an example of the email that you will be receiving contained, in this email, there is the link to the login page of an employee navigator, so let me demonstrate how employ navigator will be used for the open enrollment period started by clicking on the link and will open up now since we’ve already been enrolled as an employee.
We will simply enter our username and password, if you have forgotten your password, you will have the ability to have it reset by clicking on this button also for some particular reason.
If you have that registered already, you will need to register as a new employee and you will click on this link and go through the registration process, but for this demonstration, we are going to proceed as if we know our username.
However, we remember our passwords, once we have entered the system, we are going to be automatically put to our home page, on the home page, you are going to be greeted with information concerning your open enrollment periods.
It’s going to say welcome and it’s going to refer to your name and it’s going to tell you how many days left until your open enrollment period will be closed, in this particular case, we have 42 days left. So this is the first thing we’re going to do.
Then obviously, you’re dealing with open enrollment which is to research our benefits, so the first thing we are going to do is to click on start our benefits, we’re always going to review our personal information to make sure that this information is still accurate.
There wasn’t any type of demographic changes that occur in here such as moving that, we did not report, so everything is accurate, we are now going to save from it, there has been no change in family status, we haven’t had the birth of a child, I think all in those particular lines, we review this, everything is accurate, save and continue.
I am rolling over, look at what we have currently, so the first thing you’re going to see over here is all my selection, no selections have been made for open enrollment, but what we’re also seeing is that we are currently enrolled on the VA bronze age.
We know what it costs per pay period, we want to look at what the options are for the upcoming year, these plans are going to show you what it’s going to cost you per pay period, the plans will go into place and what our status is currently.
So we can look at this and say we’ll play, there are expensive policy, but look at these others, we’re able to do the common questions, how are the plans? Which are different? So what you’re able to do is to select the compare button and this button is going to compare what your current plan is, that’s highlighted in the green versus what the three options are available to you.
It’s also going to break down what it costs per pay carries for the different tiers, because currently while you are employing family, you may want to alter your enrollment status with your dependents and it’s going to break that down, it’s also going to do a comparison of what the deductibles are or referrals required, what’s applicable to the deductible, what’s not applicable to the deductable from that, a side-by-side comparison.
The three plans are available, but what you currently have look at that material gives you a reference point, click on that, but if you want more information concerning the plans, you’re able to click on that information.
If you are a new hire, you want to review your benefits, I’m going to go through to see that material, recognize the aspects, this is what I would like to do, I’m going to select this plan, save and continue on the dental like we did with the medical.
You’re able to see what you’re currently at, what the plan is, what the cost is based upon that, I want to save, go forward in this particular case, we had to deal with the medical and the dental.
I agree to these aspects and employ family coverage, employ child coverage for my dental, this is going to go to place November 1st, 2016, this is what it’s going to cost me for a pay period.
So this is your pay period for each policy and this is the total and this is who I am covering, I agree to that now, I have the chance to go back to the home base, but folks could tell me I completed it on September 2nd, your homepage has changed.
Your open enrollment period is complete, please keep in mind you do have 42 days to go back to make any changes to your selection, so you would have to go back and login, let’s make the assumption that we’ve logged out.
Then we’ve already logged back in and we’re being greeted by this, we want to look at our benefits, because we did have some changes, make sure that this is what we want to do, you’re still able to go in and make that change, because your wife offered coverage at her employer, but you decided not to do that.
We want to stick with that, let me save and continue and then you’ll be able to go back to your home page on that, once you have major selections, your HR director will be notified of these changes and your open enrollment process has been completed.
If you have questions about particular plan about what the benefits themselves are going to be, please reach out to the contact that is listed on your home page, the eye contact will be able to address your questions or steer you in the proper direction of where you need to go to get the answers to your questions, so you are able to make an educated decision with regards to your benefit selections for the upcoming year, thank you very much and have a good day.