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Open Enrollment 2022- How to Make Changes

During the Open Enrollment (OE) period, Nov 1-30, you can make certain changes to your benefit elections.

Please note: You do not need to re-enroll each year to keep your same medical/dental plans. You do need to take action if you wish to make 2022 changes to your medical/dental coverage, enroll in a FSA/DCAP account, reduce or decline the pending 60% LTD benefit, or if you are required to re-attest to the spousal surcharge.

How do I make changes?

All changes will be made through Workday. An OE benefits event will arrive in your Workday inbox on Nov 1; all changes must be submitted by Nov 30 at midnight. WSU employees can no longer make changes by paper form, or through the Navia and HCA MyAccount portals.

Step-by-step instructions on how to make changes can be found at the Workday Knowledge Base. There are also videos demonstrating how to make changes at the HRS Open Enrollment website.

Please review the info sources provided before reaching out with questions. Contact HRS for assistance.

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