NNPS Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment is September 23 - October 15, 2019

Benefits Open Enrollment is September 23 to October 15, for insurance plan year beginning January 1, 2020. If you wish to make changes to your health, dental or vision elections or if you wish to continue your Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) or Health Savings Account (HSA) for the plan year beginning January 1, please log in to Employee Self Service (ESS) to make your elections.

Enrollment is MANDATORY for all employees.
No enrollment = NO coverage for 2020

All changes must be made and submitted by 11:59 p.m. on October 15.

2020 Benefits Options: Please view the following video to learn about upcoming changes to the NNPS Benefits plans in 2020.

FSAs must be re-elected every year!

FSA contributions will be deducted over 10 months beginning in January. You will indicate the amount you wish to contribute through ESS. To calculate the appropriate deduction, you must first determine the total annual amount and then follow the steps below:

  • Monthly paid employees divide the annual amount by 10.
  • Bi-Weekly paid employees divide the annual amount by 20. (This will give you the amount to be entered as the period pay amount in ESS)

Maximum contributions for 2020:

  • Medical: $2,700
  • Dependent Care: $5,000

Employees who enroll in the High Deductible Health Plan + Health Savings Account (Equity 3000 & HSA Administrators) cannot enroll in the medical FSA.

HSAs must be re-elected every year!

View our Health Benefits page for answers to your questions about the new Equity 3000 and HSA.

HSA contributions will be deducted over 10 months beginning in January. You will indicate the amount you wish to contribute through ESS.

To calculate the appropriate deduction, you must first determine the total annual amount and then follow the steps below:

  • Monthly paid employees divide the annual amount by 10.
  • Bi-Weekly paid employees divide the annual amount by 20. (This will give you the amount to be entered as the period pay amount in ESS.)

Maximum contributions for 2020:

  • Employee only: $3,550 ($4,550 if age 55 or older)
  • Employee plus one to Family: $7,100 ($8,100 if age 55 or older)

Employees can get an overview of plan information and updates at our on-site Open Enrollment Sessions:

  • TBA

Employees can receive open enrollment assistance at a computer lab during the following dates and times:

TBA

More Benefits Information

Please view the Health Benefits page for health, dental and vision plan coverage comparisons, premium information, and more.