Open Enrollment

U.S. Benefits Open Enrollment happens in November.

This is your chance to plan for your life today—and in the future. Benefits you didn’t select in the past may now be more important to you, especially if you moved or had other big life changes. Remember, after Open Enrollment ends, you cannot make benefit changes during the year unless you have a qualifying life event.

Who is eligible

You – You are eligible for benefits on the first of the month following your date of hire if you are a regular, full-time US employee.

Your Dependents – You may also enroll eligible dependents for benefit coverage. Your eligible dependents include:

  • Your legal spouse or qualified domestic partner.
  • Your children up to age 26 (or older, if your child is permanently and totally disabled), which may include natural, adopted, stepchildren, or those listed under your care as a legal guardian, and your qualified domestic partner’s children.

Note: Your parents and siblings are not eligible dependents.

When to Enroll

You are eligible to enroll in Salesloft benefits:

  • During the Open Enrollment period every fall.
    Your new elections made during this enrollment period will be effective on Jan. 1 of the following year.
  • If you are a new hire or newly eligible.
    You have 30 days from your first day of eligibility to enroll.
  • If you have a qualifying life event.
    You have 30 days from the day of your qualifying life event to make elections.

How to enroll

To enroll, login to Your Workday Benefits Portal via Okta.

Qualifying Life Events

If you have a qualifying life event and want to make benefit changes, you must do so within 30 days of the event. Federal regulations issued by the Internal Revenue Service do not allow you to change benefit options or make new elections during the year unless you have a qualifying life event.

Qualifying life events generally include:

  • Marriage, divorce, legal separation or dissolution of domestic partner relationship.
  • Birth, adoption or change in legal custody of a child.
  • Death of a spouse or child.
  • Change in employment status that results in a loss or gain of benefits, such as beginning or ending employment, change in hours that affect benefit eligibility, or an unpaid leave of absence.
  • Change in dependent status of a child.
  • Entitlement to Medicare, Medicaid or another insurance plan.
  • Change in spouse’s benefit elections.