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Life Event Enrollment

New Hire Enrollment Period

If you are a new full-time (30 hours a week or more) employee you have 60 days from the first day you start work to enroll in health insurance. We are offering the ability to select you changes online via iSolved. To get started, login to iSolved and select "Benefit Enrollment" tab on the left bar of your screen. Once you have made all the changes nessisary be sure to sign the "Benefit Confirmation" page. Additionally you may call or email ethan@ensignhospitality for help or use the help form below.

If you have a qualifying life event and are a full-time (30 hours a week or more) employee you have 30 days from the event date to enroll in, or make changes to, your health insurance. To get started you must contact HR as soon as possible to open up a special enrollment period for you. You may be required to show proof of qualifying event such as a marriage certificate, birth certificate, loss of coverage letter, ect,. We are offering the ability to select you changes online via iSolved. To get started, login to iSolved and select "Benefit Enrollment" tab on the left bar of your screen. Once you have made all the changes nessisary be sure to sign the "Benefit Confirmation" page. Additionally you may call or email ethan@ensignhospitality for help or use the help form below.

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Enrollment Help

If you need help enrolling, please fill out as much information as possible. A member of our team will try to get back to you within 48 hours. 

Email/text messaging allows us to communicate with you more efficiently and provide you with better service. At the same time, we recognize that email/text messaging is not a completely secure means of communication because these messages can be addressed to the wrong person or accessed improperly while in storage or during transmission.

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If you would like us to send you email/text messages that contain your health information, please select β€œYes.”