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Enrollment Guides for HPI, HPE, and DEC retirees. (Updated Oct 31, 2019.) Contact the HPAA volunteers: email@example.com
Even if you have a paper copy, it is very helpful to use Adobe Reader's search feature to find specific words or phrases in a pdf file. (To search for a word or phrase in a pdf file, press Ctrl and F together on a PC -- or Command and F on a Mac.) For example, search for "Medicare."
- 2020 HPInc Retiree Enrollment Guide combined with the 9-page "What's
Changing Guide" (Cover -- gray-haired man and child with guitars.)
HP Enterprise retirees:
Note: "Pre-2003" Retirement Program. HPE retirees who are qualified for the "Pre-2003" retirement program -- which refers to the year when HP's US retiree medical program was redesigned to be much less generous -- not the year retired -- are legally retirees of HPE. However, because that population is relatively small, the associated trust fund was not broken out -- and HPE has paid HPI to administer medical benefits for those HPE retirees. Therefore, HPE retirees on the "Pre-2003" retirement program are administered by HPI's Benefits Center. How to tell if you are qualified for Pre-2003: https://www.hpalumni.org/Pre2003
Heads up! HPE
retirees who try to access their Enrollment Guide on HPE's
Benefits site are
presented with the guide for current employees. (Cover --
bearded man hiking with toddler in backpack.) Turns out that the
HPE Retiree Enrollment Guide (cover -- gray-haired couple with
lollipop) is located in the "Document Library" on the site.
- If not on Pre-2003 program:
2020 HP Enterprise Retiree Enrollment Guide (Cover --
gray-haired couple with lollipop.)
- If on Pre-2003 program: 2020 HPInc Retiree
Enrollment Guide combined with the "What's Changing Guide"
(Cover -- gray-haired man and child with guitars.)
2020 HP Enterprise Employee Enrollment Guide (Cover --
man with graying beard, hiking with toddler in backpack.)
2019 HPInc Retiree Enrollment Guide
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