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You will find important information about your health and wellness benefits, and the tools you need to make decisions for you and your covered family members. Be sure to contact your department's benefits representative if you have questions.

Dependent Eligibility Verification Process:
To make sure all eligible dependents stay on City benefit plans, the City is extending the dependent verification deadline to August 29, 2014. Employees covering a spouse, a domestic partner, or children on City health plans have a one-time, four-week grace period to submit their documents. After August 29, the only way to pursue dependent verification will be through the Aon Hewitt claim appeals process.

If you are having any issues providing documentation, please call Aon Hewitt at 1-800-725-5810. If you prefer to talk with someone in a language other than English, you can also access Language Line services at that number. Representatives are available from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. Pacific Time, Monday through Friday.

Visit the City's Dependent Eligibility Verification web page for more information or to find previous communications. If you've already submitted your documents, thank you for getting them in on time!

Same-Sex Married City Employees
IRS recognizes same-sex couples, legally married in jurisdictions that recognize their marriages, as married for federal tax purposes. On June 30, 2014, most state-registered, same-sex domestic partnerships will be converted to marriages. Learn more about how the ruling affects your tax status and City benefits.

September Wellness Newsletter:  Find City wellness and benefits programs and events, and articles on ways to raise good cholesterol; fitness breaks for at-home workers; medical warning signs; prostrate health; menopause; and 5 secrets to staying motivated. Share the newsletter with family members by forwarding it to your personal email address. See the online version for more health articles and tools.

Employee Benefits

Curious about how health care reform affects City medical plans?

web search iconHealth Care Reform

Looking for a benefits or wellness class or webinar?

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Have benefits questions? Need to make a change? Contact your department's benefits representative.

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Need info about:

web search icon2014 Employee Benefits at a Glance?
web search iconYour Medical Plan?
web search iconUsing Flexible Spending Accounts?

web search icon2014 Most Employee Benefits Guide
web search icon2014 SPOG Employee Benefits Guide
web search icon2014 Local 77 Employee Benefits Guide
web search icon2014 Benefits Guide for Temporary Benefits-Eligible Employees
web search icon MyTrips -Employee Commute Options

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