Thinking About Retirement? Two New Sessions Added!
The Washington State School Retirees' Association is sponsoring 2 more Virtual Webinars. These will be held April 29th and May 6th, 4:30pm to 6:30pm. Click here to view the flyer with more information
. These seminars are intended for those considering retiring in the next 1-5 years. To register for either Webinar, click here
Newly-eligible employees have 31 days from their start date to enroll in the various benefit plans. If an employee does not enroll within 31 days of eligibility, the next available time to make changes or enroll dependents will be during the yearly Open Enrollment. Some benefits may have eligibility requirements that must be met in order to participate if enrollment was not completed during the first 31 days of eligibility.
SEBB Enrollment Instructions - click here to view
If you do not enroll or waive your enrollment in SEBB medical during your first 31 days of employment, you will be enrolled by default as a single subscriber in UMP Achieve 1 (for medical), Uniform Dental Plan, MetLife Vision Plan, Basic Life and AD&D Insurance, and Basic Long Term Disability Insurance. Your dependents will not be enrolled. You will be charged a monthly $33 premium for medical coverage as well as a $25 per account monthly tobacco use premium surcharge.
If you are enrolled by default, you cannot change plans or enroll your eligible dependents until the next annual open enrollment, unless you have a special open enrollment event that allows the change.
2021 SEBB Enrollment Guide
Virtual Benefits Fair
Ask Alex - Online Benefits Advisor
SEBB My Account
Special Open Enrollment
Certain events let you make account changes (like changing plans or enrolling a dependent) outside of annual open enrollment. You must provide proof of the event that created the special open enrollment (for example, a marriage or birth certificate) along with the required enrollment/change forms to SEBB My Account, or the Benefits Office, no later than 60 days after the event.