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2021 Open Enrollment begins Oct. 15


The 2021 Open Enrollment period for your State Health Plan and NCFlex benefits is Oct. 15 – 31. 

TAKE ACTION NOW

Every employee must make a selection for your 2021 benefits even if you are not making any changes. If no action is taken, you will automatically enrolled in the most basic plan. The benefits portal is open.

During Open Enrollment, the Plan’s Eligibly and Enrollment Support Center (855-859-0966) hours are extended:

  • Monday-Friday 8am-10pm
  • Saturdays 8am-5pm

Enroll here using your system long in ID and password. 


2021 STATE HEALTH PLAN AND NCFLEX OVERVIEW

Use the links below to review the 2021 State Health Plan and NCFlex options for state employees.

 HAVE QUESTIONS? WE HAVE ANSWERS

There are several opportunities to ask questions and receive guidance on your 2021 benefits enrollment selections.

  • Attend one of the WSSU HR-led Benefits Open Enrollment Assistance Zoom meetings October 15 – 30, 2020. Employees may sign up for one of the 30 minute time slots via the Sign Up Genius website.

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