Annual Enrollment

Each year,  the Annual Enrollment period generally begins in late October/early November for benefits that take effect January 1.

You are eligible if you are an active employee working a minimum of 25 regular scheduled hours per week.

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Health Care Flexible Spending Account, Limited Purpose Flexible Spending Account,  or Health Savings Account
  • Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
  • Buy-up Long-Term Disability
  • Supplemental Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Accidental Injury Insurance
  • Critical Illness Insurance
  • Hospital Care Insurance

You enroll online through Workday

IF YOU DO NOT COMPLETE AND SUBMIT YOUR ENROLLMENT IN WORKDAY BY THE END OF THE ENROLLMENT PERIOD, YOU WILL DROP ALL COVERAGE FOR 2019. 
This includes medical, dental, and vision coverage; participation in all flexible spending accounts; Buy-up Long-Term Disability; Supplemental Life and AD&D Insurance; Accidental Injury Insurance; Critical Illness Insurance; and Hospital Care Insurance.


You won’t be able to enroll in these coverages during the year unless you experience a Qualified Life Event. To learn more, see Life Events on People Link.

Equifax currently offers health coverage to all employees in the U.S. scheduled to work at least 25 hours per week (excluding contractors and interns). If that applies to you, you are eligible for Equifax-sponsored health coverage in 2019.

 

  • If you are scheduled to work at least 25 hours per week and want to continue getting health insurance through Equifax, enroll or make changes to your coverage during the Annual Enrollment period by visiting Workday.
  • If you are scheduled to work less than 25 hours per week, learn about your other options for health insurance. Visit healthcare.gov.
  • If you are not eligible for benefits through your employer: You can access coverage through your state or the federal government’s health insurance marketplace, or consider other sources of coverage like your spouse’s plan, your parent’s plan, Medicaid, or Medicare (if applicable).


You must get health care coverage, or you may pay a tax penalty to the IRS. Visit healthcare.gov for specific information about penalties.