689 Moving Metro's partnership with Humana has officially launched! A more comprehensive wellness program is now available to better serve our members. Now is the time more than ever to take control of your health, set goals and earn rewards along the way! Take advantage of the new components below as they will help you make great lifestyle changes throughout the year that will keep you healthy on the job and beyond.
Moving Metro Work & Life Solutions
This program is available to all active Local 689 Members and Pre-Medicare Retirees. In addition, members of your household can take advantage of the services provided and will be kept completely confidential for both you and your family.
Here are some examples of services that will become available through the work & life program:
**No registration is required for this component. Members will receive the universal user name and password.
Connect with a lifecoach to help you with your personal and professional goals. Get access to free resources such as: webinars, useful articles and tips sheets on diverse topics! Click here to access the website!
Go365 Wellness Program (available to active Local 689 Members and Pre-Medicare Retirees)
This program will support your efforts to pursue a healthier lifestyle by creating a personalized wellness strategy based on your goals. Members will be able to create goals, track your progress, and earn rewards!
Members will need to register for this program to participate in the following services:
Click here to access the website! Members can use their SSN to register on the Go365 site.
You can also call the customer service number for assistance with your account: 1-800-708-1105.
Take control and find ways to lead a healthy lifestyle. Click on the button below to sign up!
Already signed up? Check out the video below to help get you started!
Forgot your username and password? Retrieve your information using the video instructions below.
Questions? Contact the wellness team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are not working, but you are still eligible for Plan coverage under the collective bargaining agreement, you may continue your coverage under the Plan by making monthly payments to the Plan during your period(s) of leave. You must notify the Health and Welfare office when you return to work.
If you are out on Workers’ Compensation, you must also make your monthly payments directly to the Health & Welfare Plan because they are not deducted from your paycheck or from your Workers’ Compensation benefits.
Payments are due on the first of the month. It is your responsibility to make your Health & Welfare payments on time. The Plan does not send notices of delinquent payments, nor will it send you a bill. If you do not make your payments on time, your coverage under the Plan will end. Consider permitting the Plan to deduct payments from your bank account. Contact the Plan for more information.
Coverage will retroactively end as of the monthly premium payment due date if the required monthly premium payment is not paid within 30 days from the due date (e.g., if the monthly premium payment for September, which is due on September 1, is not paid by September 30th, coverage would be terminated as of September 1). If coverage is terminated due to non-payment of the required monthly premium payment, you may again become covered (on a prospective basis) by sending in the required monthly premium payment for future coverage. Your coverage will re-start as of the first day of the month following receipt of the required monthly premium payment. You will not be permitted to retroactively reinstate coverage for any period of coverage that terminated due to non-payment of the required monthly premium payment.
If you are on a leave of absence for military duty, you are permitted to continue medical, dental, prescription drug, and vision benefit coverage under this Plan for you and your covered dependents in accordance with the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994 (USERRA). Please see the “If You Enter Military Service” section on the Life Events page for more information.
If your coverage ends due to termination of your employment with METRO, you may be eligible for COBRA for you and your family. Although METRO will notify the Health & Welfare Plan of your termination, you are also encouraged to inform the Health & Welfare Plan to avoid any delay.
If you lose Plan coverage due to the termination of your employment or any other reason, you may want to look into purchasing health coverage through a Health Insurance Marketplace.