Description: The article contains the topic on paycom employee login. We can click on the 2017 benefit enrollment link and know something related to the benefits enrollment through paycom ESS. You need to make the plan you’re going to enroll in before you go on to ESS.
We have clicked on the 2017 benefit enrollment link, this is the screen you will get to, it lets you know how many days you have left to complete enrollment, make sure you know what plan you’re going to enroll in before you go on to ESS and enroll in your plans, because you want to make sure you get this done, you want to make sure you’re paying attention.
If you’re trying to do it while flipping through benefit guides, you don’t want to get anything messed up, you want to make sure that your benefit comes through as completely as possible.
So we’re going to go ahead and start enrollment, once you click that, you’ll go to your contact information, it’s verifying that all the information that we have on file for you is correct, this information is correct.
So we will move on to the next screen, we’ll get there, dependents and beneficiaries dependents are who you have had enrolled on your prior plans, so they will be in the system beneficiaries, this is information that we need obviously to enroll in any life benefits for 2018.
So we’ll get into the beneficiary piece in the 2018 benefit enrollment, but when we’re enrolling in a benefit plan like the medical plan, we need to make sure that we have dependents in here setup, if we need that, we add those dependents.
So if you go in and you click on a dependent, you’ll make sure that their information in here is correct, their social security number is correct, birth date, gender, so everything looks correct.
Here we’ll click out of this, everything looks good, we will proceed and here are the two medical plans that we offer, Jackie has decided to enroll her family in the base high deductible health plan, so she’s going to go ahead and click here, check off the box and then select employee and family.
The dependents that she would like to enroll are already listed here, if you’d like, you can still add a dependent here, it’s probably best to do at the beginning so that they show up for all of the applicable coverages, but that’s totally up to you.
I think doing it at first might make it easier again, it’s your choice, both of her eligible dependents are here, so we’re going to select them and then we’re going to click and roll, so this is the screen that shows what we’ve selected, she’s selected employee and family coverage for the high deductible health plan.
This one 7114 is the bi-weekly premium per pay period, so this is the actual premium per pay period that will be coming out of your check, that’s going to show up here, this looks good, this is the only benefit we have to enroll in for the 2017 benefit enrollment link.
So we’re going to finalize esign and submit and voila, Jackie is Jackie and her family, Sarah can’t talk, they are enrolled in the base high deductible health plan for the upcoming plan year, so effective date December 1st 2017 runs through November 30th 2018, bullying in your medical benefits.
We’ve gone ahead and clicked on the 2018 benefit enrollment link which brings you to a screen that looks exactly like the screen for the 2017 benefit enrollment, you see all of these different types of insurances here on the right-hand side of the screen.
We’re going to go over dental and vision which are straightforward and enrolled in the same exact manner as you did for medicals, we won’t spend too much time on this, we’ll start, enrollment will validate our contact information, everything looks fine, we’ve validated it for the 2017 benefit enrollment.
We look at the family member dependent setup again the same screen you got for the medical enrollment, the dependents look good, the beneficiaries look good, but we’re not going to get into the beneficiary’s now, because we’re only doing dental and vision enrollment.
So here’s our dental enrollment screen, Jackie and her family have decided to enroll in the Lincoln value dental plan, the Lincoln value dental plan is the richer benefit, if your dentist is in network, if your dentist is not in network, you’ll want to enroll in the Lincoln NEP dental plan, you want to make sure whether or not your dentist is in network before you get to this screen and make a decision on your benefits.
So we’ll go ahead and click on Lincoln value dental employee and family, her dependents show up, here we select them, we want to enroll them in the plan and you’ll notice that dental is checked off on the screen, this is the biweekly pay payroll deduction here.
Next, it brings us to vision, so one Vision Plan employee and family, so we’re going to enroll her and her son again for vision enroll, this is a $0 premium, so nothing’s going to come out of her check for vision enroll.
Then it’s going to bring you to another screen which we will cover in the next couple of slides, I’m sure you’re very excited, so we’re going to pick up where we left off after we enrolled in dental and vision, it brought you to this screen for employee voluntary AD&D, it skipped over the company paid basic life a B and D.
The company paid basic life, because if you’re a full time, you have already enrolled in these two coverages, however, while you have enrolled in, you don’t have any beneficiaries, they’re set up in PACOM, in the unfortunate event that this insurance coverage would have to be used, because Jackie is a PACOM, she already has her beneficiary set up in here.
But when you log in and you go through the motions, you go through the enrollment, you will not have your beneficiary set up in here and you will be adding all of your beneficiaries.
For example, you click to add beneficiary and this is the screen where you would add the beneficiary, you choose the relationship, you put first and last name, you’re not required to put social straight city, state, zip code and add quickly, remember employee voluntary a B&B after we enrolled invision.
But we want to go in order to get the benefits that we enrolled in, while we enrolled in company paid basic life and a B and D and company paid basic life, we want to make sure that we have our beneficiary stuff in order.
So we clicked on company pay basic life 18 d to get this started, so as you know, coverage is one time your annual based earnings up to a hundred thousand dollars, as a full-time employee, you are automatically enrolled in this coverage.
However, like I said, you do need to elect beneficiaries for both basic life and basic life, a B and E, these beneficiaries need to be the same for both basic life and basic a D and D, so we’ll start with the eighty.
Jackie’s husband is going to be her primary, you will be required to put a primary and a secondary secondary which means contingent, so it’s a backup to the primary, Jackie wants to put her husband as the primary beneficiary at a hundred percent for her secondary beneficiaries, her contingent beneficiaries, she would like to split up her son and her daughter’s percentage fifty-fifty.
The system already does that for you, if you wanted to do 70/30, you could certainly go on the system and do it, if you wanted to do 60/40, you could certainly do that, but Jackie wants to do 50/50, so we’ll go ahead and do that.
We will enroll, we’ll click enroll, we’re already enrolled, but we’re checking our beneficiaries, it goes clicking over to that employee voluntary ad in the again, not so fast, we’re going to go back to the company paid basic life and it keeps skipping over this, because we’re already enrolled.
But we still need to set up our beneficiaries, so we’re going to set up the same beneficiaries, because the company paid life and AD&D are tied to each other, we need to set up the same beneficiaries as we did for the AD&D.
So here we are on company paid basic life and we’re going to choose Jackie’s husband as the primary and then split between the two children 50/50, it automatically does that for you, you can change it to whatever amount, you’d like to split it up as long as it equals 100%.
So then we have enrolled for beneficiaries and company paid basic life, you see that up here, the premium amount hasn’t changed, this is still the $21 and 16 cent premium from the dental coverage that she enrolled in.
So we’ve already enrolled in four things, thus we will get to the rest after this second to last slide, now that we have chosen beneficiaries for the company paid basic life EDD and company pay basic life, we’re ready to move on now, the screen is on employee voluntary AD&D, it’s what comes next alphabetically in the list of benefits.
However, we need to enroll in the employee voluntary life before we enroll in the employee voluntary AD&D, this is completely optional, we don’t have to do this, but Jackie would like to enroll, so we’ll go ahead and click on employee voluntary life now on the side of this slide, there isn’t an end involvement order, it’s how we need to follow.
So the first is the life insurance and the second would be a B and D, a D and D and the life insurances for each level, so employee spouse and company paid they’re the same plan, they have to be separated out to get them to the insurance company to enroll you properly.
So don’t be confused if you see basic life and a D and B on two separate line items for each level, it’s something that we have to do to make this work in the system, so for employee voluntary life, Jackie would like to get a supplemental amount to add to the amount that the company pays for on her behalf.
So she’s going to elect $40,000 here, it gives you the cost per pay period, Jackie’s going to be basic with her beneficiaries, she was going to put her spouse’s primary and then she’s going to split up fifty-fifty between her two children, we’ll go ahead and enroll in that, it’s still going in the order and alphabetically need to still enroll an employee voluntary ad and D which is what this little message up.
Here’s the amount forty thousand dollars which is what she elected for that, that tier of insurance employee voluntary life, we need to keep the beneficiaries the same, because this is a plan, the voluntary employee voluntary ad and D, an employee voluntary life is a tier, that’s linked together, so we need to make sure that we keep these beneficiaries the same, so her husband was her primary and her kids split down the middle.
Jackie’s husband does not want to get enrolled in the spouse voluntary life and adv, so we’re going to decline these coverages, it’s very easy to decline the coverages, I don’t have to tell you what to do, because you’re looking at it now.
So we’ve declined both spouse pollen tere life and adv, we have child supplemental life since Jackie is enrolled in the employee voluntary life into a D and D supplemental life is available for her child.
However, Jackie wants to decline the coverage, she’s not interested in enrolling, so if she was interested in enrolling, she clicked the Supplemental life, the applicable dependent would give you your cost per pay period, but she’s not interested, so she’s going to decline coverage.
We’re back to the next set of benefits, the FSA and HSA, we’ll get to this on the next slide before we get there, I know you probably have noticed this plan documents box on every benefit that we’ve enrolled in.
So it’s not available, because we don’t have the benefit guide at the time of the recording, but you’ll be able to click on this, this plan documents box and it will link you to the benefit enrollment guide, we can’t do it now, because like I said, at the time of the recording, we do not have the benefit enrollment guide ready to link to this button.
We will be back, the last button that selects the slide says we are enrolling in FSA and HSA plans and depending on what health plan you have in Fulton, it will determine whether the medical FSA or employee or family HSA will show up as an enrollment option.
So if you enroll in the PPO plan, then you’ll have the option to enroll in the medical FSA, if you enroll in the high deductible health plan, you will have the option to enroll in the employee only or the family HSA.
So if you enroll in employee only coverage, you’ll have the option to enroll in employee only HSA, if you enroll on any other coverage, so employee spouse employee and children or employee and family, then you’ll have the option to enroll in the family HSA.
The option to enroll in dependent FSA is available to everyone for childcare expenses and any other care expenses regardless of which health plan you elect.
So the next thing on the list after we declined the child supplemental life was a dependent FSA, Jackie’s youngest child is 15, so she’ll be declining the dependent FSA this go-round, so we’ll go ahead and decline.
So last but not least, the family HSA, so Jackie enrolled in the high deductible health plan, since she’s saving so much in premiums by enrolling in that high deductible health plan, she would like to put some money away in a health savings account for next year.
So she will elect the family health savings account, Jackie wants to put $2,000 in, you can see the maximum amount that she is allowed to put here, that takes into account the thousand dollars that will be put in the HSA by Aegeus, so we’ll enroll in that.
Here we have finally finished enrolling in everything, we can review our benefits here that we have elected, you can see at the bottom long-term and short-term, disability are at the bottom, but they weren’t on this option, this enrollment option list here.
All full-time employees are automatically enrolled in long term and short term disability which is the reason why they don’t appear over here, there’s no beneficiary information that needs to be put for these two disability insurances, so they’re automatically enrolled, you don’t have to do anything with it.
You can see it here at the bottom, so everything looks good, we’re going to finalize the enrollment, we’re going to assign and submit, we have done it, Jackie is enrolled in all of her benefits for the 2017 2018 plan year, thank you so much for going through this slide show.
If you have any questions about the open enrollment process or how to enroll in benefits for open enrollment through pink on CSS, please do not hesitate to call your friendly HR department at two eight one two five eight four zero nine five, thanks so much.