Posted byon November 15, 2010
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November brings Open Enrollment for many people. Open Enrollment is the time of the year when you can add or change benefits offered through your employer. For many people, the most significant part of this process is selecting a health insurance plan.
Remember that due to the Healthcare Reform Bill, your benefits selections might need a little tweaking this year. I wrote last year about how to navigate the often-overwhelming Open Enrollment process, but want to add a few more thoughts to help you take this year’s changes into effect.
If you’ve already selected your benefits and saw something here that made you second-guess your choices, check with HR to see if you can make adjustments. At my office you can make adjustments through the end of the year, even though selections are initially due in mid-November.