- Changed the custom payroll deduction report removing the option to select either “default” or “open” type of enrollments. The advantage to this change is simplified reporting during open enrollment, when new hires may enroll in new hire enrollment instead of open enrollment, the elections for the new plans may not all be marked as “open” type.
- Benefit summary will now list the enrolled spouse or child enrollment for dependent group life enrollments. Remember that the cost for the dependent coverage is included with the employee cost, so you will not see the breakdown of the dependent only cost here.
- Demographic change layer now checks the eligibility of defined contributions by class, and will present the defined contribution adjuster if allocated contributions need to be changed.
- Updated the logic used to determine which determine which defined contribution year an employee is in, when there may be more than one. This helps resolve a new hire who is enrolling in a future plan, but is not using open enrollment, who prior to this change was not reflecting the future defined contribution year as their eligible defined contribution.
- Open enrollment will no longer allow and employee who is eligible after the open enrollment effective date to be eligible to enter open enrollment. This was previously an issue when the new hire/newly eligible was not yet open, which wanted to put the employee into open enrollment instead of waiting for the new hire/newly eligible window to open.
- Plan list counts no longer include demo employees in counting the number eligible or enrolled.
- Resolved a display issue on the CDH enrollment page when two or more plans are available.
- Fixed an issue with pending employee phone number changes.
- Fixed an issue with pending employee profile changes for wellness.