OPEN ENROLLMENT: OCTOBER 25 – NOVEMBER 12, 2021
The time for the Local 689 Union members to change medical and dental plans, and enroll in or increase supplemental life insurance is approaching. You will receive an enrollment guide, which includes the new rates and summary of benefits and coverage books around October 25, 2021. You can see the guide and other important enrollment forms and documents below and in the "2020 Open Enrollment" folder on the Forms and Documents page.
During COVID-19, to ensure the safety of our members and staff, the Transit Employees' Health and Welfare office is open, but office space is limited to four visitors at any given time. Upon arrival, text "Eztehwfund" to (240) 202-4334 for assistance.
We can also be reached by phone at (301) 568-2294, by email at email@example.com, and by fax at (301) 568-7302.
VIRTUAL ENROLLLMENT FAIRS
This year, we are holding virtual enrollment fairs. Join these informational sessions to learn more about your benefits, ask the vendors questions, and win RAFFLES!
The fairs are being held on Saturday, October 23 at 11:00 am, and Tuesday, November 9 at 7:00 pm.
To register for the fairs, click on one of the links below:
WMATA’s FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNT OPEN ENROLLMENT PERIOD: OCTOBER 20 – NOVEMBER 10, 2021
During this period, Local 689 members can set up a flexible spending account for 2022.
There are three ways to enroll:
Please note: FSA forms should not be submitted to TEHW. Please use this email to submit your FSA form: HCTR_Benefit_Inquiries@wmata.com
IMPORTANT ENROLLMENT DOCUMENTS AND FORMS
Wellness Program Reminder: Stretch and Balance Classes
NEED MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OPEN ENROLLMENT?
Please watch for additional information in the mail. It will contain important
information about how to make changes online, so do not lose or misplace the
See the "Open Enrollment" section on the Forms and Documents page for Enrollment Forms and more information.
You do not need to come into the Health and Welfare Office for every change. Open Enrollment forms and election forms may be mailed to the office. If documentation is required, however, (e.g., birth certificate, social security cards, proof of other coverage) you may need to supply those documents directly to the office for authentication purposes.