Welcome to Salesforce, Tableau!

Now that you’re part of the team, we’d like to help you navigate your benefits through Camp B-Well. At Salesforce, Camp B-Well is your destination for benefits, resources, and support to help you live well every day, in every way – starting with our benefits site. By browsing our site, you’ll get to know the many health and wellbeing benefits we offer, from Benefits Essentials like medical and time off, to add-on programming like supplemental life and commuter benefits.

Your action plan:

Resources What is it used for?

Wayfinder

One-stop-shop to search for articles, discuss questions, and log cases.
ALEX- Interactive Benefits Counselor* Benefits decision support tool to help educate you on your health plan options, explain how each plan works, and recommend the right plan for you and your family.
Grand Rounds Personal Healthcare Assistant Robust suite of healthcare tools for employees and their family, from locating high-quality doctors, finding expert second opinions, seeking assistance with plan selection, or more.
Benefits FAQ [PDF] Answers to all your benefits-related questions.

*ALEX: ALEX will help you estimate your expected out-of-pocket costs for each medical plan and provide a recommendation based on those costs. Estimates will include both annual premium rates and a calculated estimate based on the type of health care and usage you tell ALEX you expect for the year. Note: these estimates are simply that – estimates – and may not be exactly what you pay. ALEX calculates total estimated costs for your services and prescription needs for the plan year based on the estimated medical usage you told ALEX you would need and more than 20 billion de-identified health insurance claims for 250 million patients.

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Key Dates & Details

Employee Information Sessions

Attend an employee information session at your office location to understand any changes to your benefits, learn more about our benefits offerings, and get answers to your benefits questions. Look out for a calendar invite coming soon with additional information.

  • March 9, 2020 - Austin and US remote employees (virtual)
  • March 10, 2020 - Kirkland and Seattle
  • March 11, 2020 - Palo Alto and US remote employees (virtual)
  • March 12, 2020 - Seattle
  • March 13, 2020 - Seattle, Washington D.C., and US remote employees (virtual)

Salesforce/Tableau Virtual Benefits Event, March 18 & 19, 2020

Log in and chat live with Benefits experts, attend a webinar, review benefits information, find answers to questions, download support resources, and more through our online benefits event.

 
 

YOUR ACTION
Register now. The virtual benefits fair will be from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 PT, both March 18 and 19, 2020. This event is open to you and your family members to attend.

 

Check out the Virtual Benefits Event webinar schedule below

Date Time (PT) Program Description
March 18 10 – 10:30 a.m. Grand Rounds Meet your own personal healthcare assistant
March 18 11 – 11:30 a.m. Time Off Get a glimpse at our robust time off policies (PTO, FTO, VTO)
March 18 12 – 12:30 p.m. WageWorks Understanding commuter benefits and wellness credit
March 19 10 – 10:30 a.m. Progyny Learn about our fertility support benefits
March 19 11 – 11:30 a.m. Matrix Discover how to manage leaves of absence

Benefits Election Period, March 18 – April 30, 2020

You must take action and make your benefits elections in Salesforce Workday during the March 18 – April 30, 2020 enrollment period. Your benefits coverage will start (or retroactively start) April 1, 2020. For step-by-step enrollment instructions, please review Benefits Enrollment/Making Changes to your Benefits (US) [PDF].

  • Your beneficiary information will not carry over to Salesforce. You must enter your beneficiary information in Workday during your benefits enrollment. Make sure to designate your Life and AD&D beneficiary.
  • Note that there will be a brief lag time between when you submit your benefits on Workday to when the benefits carriers will receive your enrollment information. During this time, your doctor’s office may not be able to verify your eligibility and coverage. Call your doctor’s office in advance to learn more, and if necessary, you can pay out-of-pocket and submit claims for reimbursement.
  • If you complete your enrollment between March 18 – April 2, 2020, your enrollment information will be sent to the benefits carriers on April 3, 2020. Enrollment completed thereafter will be sent each Friday (UHC, Premera, Kaiser, Dental, and Vision), or each Tuesday and Friday (Aetna).
 
 

YOUR ACTION
If you have pending medical appointments in April, be sure to complete your enrollment by April 2. We recommend scheduling non-urgent medical visits after April 6, 2020.

 

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What’s Changing

Employee Contributions

We recognize that some of Salesforce's employee contribution costs are higher than those for Tableau. We will subsidize the cost of your employee contributions for the remainder of 2020 (April 1 – December, 31 2020) to equal current Tableau costs based on the elections you make during enrollment. Tableau employee contribution subsidies for medical, dental, and vision will continue through December 31, 2020.

  • Tableau employees hired by March 31, 2020 will be eligible to receive the transitional 2020 employee contribution subsidies.
  • Employees who choose Aetna, UHC, or Kaiser will pay the same contributions for the related Premera plan.
  • Employees hired starting April 1, 2020 will receive the standard Salesforce employee contribution structure.

Premera Medical

Premera Medical will continue through December 31, 2020.

  • Tableau employees hired by March 31, 2020 will be eligible to elect Premera as an option (along with Aetna/UHC/Kaiser as appropriate). 
  • Whichever plan you elect, your deductible and coinsurance applied to your out-of-pocket limit will continue through the end of 2020.
  • You will not receive a new ID card unless you change medical plans or add a new dependent.
  • NOTE: If you need fertility coverage through Progyny, you must switch to an Aetna or UHC plan.
 
 

YOUR ACTION
You must make your election on Salesforce Workday by the April 30, 2020 enrollment deadline to continue your Premera coverage; if you do not take action, you will not have coverage through December 31, 2020, and will not be eligible to enroll until open enrollment for 2021 takes place this fall or you have a qualifying life event.

 

Premera Prescription Information

Premera pharmacy benefits are coordinated through Express Scripts, which gives you access to a nationwide network of retail pharmacies. Express Scripts is embedded in the Premera program, so you will use your Premera ID card to access both your medical and prescription benefits.

To access your pharmacy benefit, sign in at www.premera.com, and select Manage Prescriptions under the Prescriptions tab. You can also set up mail-order prescriptions by following the instructions on the Prescription Savings page under the Prescriptions tab.

Commuter Transit & Parking

Tableau employees hired by March 31, 2020 are eligible to receive up to $125 reimbursement per month for transit or up to $125 reimbursement per month for parking expenses as part of our Commuter Benefit, administered by WageWorks.

  • In order to participate and receive the transit or parking benefits, you must make your commuter election(s) in WageWorks (WageWorks website can be accessed via the Salesforce Aloha Single Sign On (SSO) portal similar to your OKTA SSO.) Note: Tableau employees will have access to Aloha SSO after receiving their Salesforce device and/or are enabled on Salesforce systems.
  • All commuter orders for the following month must be placed by the 10th of the month.
  • Example: Orders submitted by April 10, 2020 will be effective for May; orders submitted between April 11 and May 10, 2020 will be placed for June.
 
 

YOUR ACTION

  • If you want to receive the May commuter benefit, you must complete your commuter benefit election in WageWorks by April 10, 2020.
  • All commuter orders made starting April 11 through May 10, 2020 will be for June commuter benefit.
  • In addition, you will also be eligible to make a pre-tax contribution for any additional eligible transit and parking expenses through WageWorks.

NOTE: April 2020 will be the last month you will receive your monthly commuter allowance under the Tableau benefit. This will be paid out to you through Tableau’s payroll.

 

Time Off Transition Information

Tableau employees will adopt the current Flexible Time Off (FTO) for exempt (salaried) employees, and Paid Time Off (PTO) for non-exempt (hourly) employees program offered through Salesforce. Employees should continue to work with their managers on FTO/PTO requests after April 1, 2020.

  • Treatment of your Tableau vacation bank balance
    • Exempt (salaried) employees moving to the Salesforce FTO program: Your vacation balance as of March 31, 2020 will be paid out through Tableau Payroll in April.
    • Non-exempt (hourly) employees moving to the Salesforce PTO program: Your vacation balance up to 40 hours will carry over to a Salesforce PTO bank. Any remaining balance will be paid out through Tableau Payroll in April.

Treatment of your Tableau Sick Time Off (STO) bank balance

Salesforce does not offer a separate Sick Time Off (STO) program for employees in the PTO program. To support legacy Tableau employees transitioning to PTO on April 1, 2020, Salesforce will front load 160 hours of sick time in a STO bank in Workday for 2020. In 2021 and beyond, employees will carry over a maximum of 72 unused STO hours annually until this sick time transition bank is exhausted. Once exhausted, this sick time transition bank will no longer apply. STO is reported in Workday.

Exempt

Year Salesforce
Time Off Program
Tableau
Sick Time Off
Reporting & Tracking
2020 FTO eligible
Provide 160 hours to be used between
April 1, 2020 - January 31, 2021
Sick time will be viewable in Workday and will reflect on pay stub.
2021 & beyond FTO eligible Provide 72 hours annually every February 1 Sick time will be viewable in Workday and will reflect on pay stub.

Non-exempt

Year Salesforce
Time Off Program
Tableau
Sick Time Off
Additional Information
2020 PTO eligible
Provide 160 hours to be used between
April 1, 2020 - January 31, 2021
Sick time will be viewable in Workday and will reflect on pay stub. Employees must report their use of sick time in Workday.
2021 & beyond PTO eligible Continue to carryover available STO (not to exceed 72 hours) until exhausted Sick time will be viewable in Workday and will reflect on pay stub. Employees must report their use of sick time in Workday.

Non-exempt/hourly employees hired on or after April 1, 2020, will align to the standard Salesforce PTO program and will not have STO.

Leaves of Absence Transition Information

Beginning April 1, 2020, Matrix Absence Management (Matrix) will be your first stop to initiate a Leave of Absence request.

  • Short Term Disability (STD) & Long Term Disability (LTD) Claims:
    • STD claims with a date of disability before April 1, 2020 will continue with Unum. After April 1, STD claims will be made through Matrix.
    • LTD claims with a date of disability before April 1, 2020 will continue with Unum. After April 1, LTD claims will be made through Matrix.
  • Maternity/Paternity Leave: Employees beginning a leave on April 1, 2020 or later will be under the Salesforce leave benefit program.
  • Employees who are out on leave during April:
    • Claims will be transitioned to the Salesforce leave program with Matrix as of April 1, 2020. No re-certification is required.
    • Leaves taken prior to April 1, 2020 will be counted toward the remaining time available under the Salesforce program. Matrix will confirm the additional time you’re eligible to take. 
 
 

YOUR ACTION
For a Leave of Absence commencing on April 1 or later, you must file your leave with Matrix starting April 1. Matrix’s Intake Department is open 24/7 year-round for you to file a new Leave of Absence. You can contact Matrix Absence Management by phone 855-354-6937 or online at www.matrixabsence.com.

 

FSA

ConnectYourCare (CYC) will be the new FSA administrator effective April 1, 2020.  If you're currently enrolled in a Tableau FSA, your enrollment will continue and your account will be transferred to CYC effective April 15, 2020.

  • Tableau employees who are not currently enrolled in an FSA will not be able to elect a FSA during this benefits enrollment period.
  • Per IRS rule, if you’re currently enrolled in the PPO with Health Care FSA, you CANNOT enroll in an HDHP with HSA (and will not receive any employer contributions) as your FSA elections remain in effect.
 
 

YOUR ACTION
Review the FSA Scenarios below before making your benefits elections and see if any of the scenarios apply to you.

 
If you are... You can... You will...
Enrolled in the Premera PPO with a Health Care FSA

Enroll in

  • Premera PPO
  • Aetna/UHC PPO
  • Aetna/UHC EPO
  • Kaiser CA/OR
Continue your current Health Care FSA election
Enrolled in the Premera HDHP with a Limited Purpose FSA

Enroll in

  • Premera HDHP
  • Aetna/UHC HDHP Standard
  • Aetna/UHC HDHP Premium
  • Continue your current Limited Purpose FSA election
  • Choose whether or not to participate in a HSA
Not enrolled in a Health Care FSA or Limited Purpose FSA Enroll in any medical plan you want!
  • If enrolling in HDHP, choose whether or not to participate in HSA.
  • If enrolling in any other plan, you will not be able to enroll in a FSA.
Enrolled in the Dependent Care FSA  

Continue your current Dependent Care FSA election

FSA Transition Details

  • March 31, 2020: Last day to use your existing Discovery Benefits FSA debit card
  • March 31, 2020: Last day to submit healthcare and/or dependent care FSA claims under the Tableau plan through Discovery Benefits. If you have unused healthcare FSA funds from 2019, up to $500 will carry over to the Salesforce plan at CYC. Anything over $500 in your healthcare FSA from 2019 will be forfeited at the time of transition.
  • April 1, 2020: Your FSA election will be visible in Workday
  • April 1 - 14, 2020: Blackout period when you will not have access to your FSA funds. During this period, you will need to pay for claims out-of-pocket and can then submit for reimbursement at CYC starting on April 15, 2020.
  • April 15, 2020: Your unused FSA funds (and applicable carry over funds from 2019 ) will be available in your Salesforce account at CYC.
  • April 17, 2020: Your CYC Health Care FSA debit card will arrive in your mail on or soon after April 17. There is no debit card for Dependent Care FSA.

HSA

ConnectYourCare (CYC) will be the new HSA administrator effective April 1, 2020. Unless you elect to opt-out, your HSA balance at Discovery Benefits will be transferred to a new account at CYC starting in May.

  • You must elect a HDHP and the HSA during the Benefits Enrollment period to participate in the transfer. If you do not make such an election, your HSA will not be transitioned to CYC and will remain at Discovery Benefits.
  • If you elect the Premera HDHP or Aetna or UHC HDHP Premium plan, the Salesforce HSA contributions will be frontloaded.
 
 

YOUR ACTION
If you do NOT want to be included in this transfer, you must complete the opt-out form and return the sign it to humanresources@tableau.com by April 30, 2020. You will be responsible for any monthly administrative fees starting June 2020.

  • All HSA participants will go through the Customer Identification Process (CIP) through CYC per IRS rule. You will receive a letter from BNY Mellon, CYC Bank Custodian, if additional information is needed to verify your identity.  Be sure to provide the requested information as soon as possible to prevent delay in accessing your HSA funds.
 

HSA Transition Details

  • April 10, 2020: If you are paid bi-weekly (non-exempt (hourly) employees) and submitted your Benefits Enrollment in Workday by 5 p.m. PT March 31, 2020, your first HSA contributions (both employee and employer, if applicable) will be deposited in your new account at CYC on April 10. If Benefits Enrollment is submitted after March 31, your HSA contributions (both employee and employer) will be deposited the following pay period.
  • April 15, 2020:  If you are paid semi-monthly (exempt (salaried) employees) and submitted your enrollment in Workday by 5 p.m. PT April 7, 2020, your first HSA contributions (both employee and employer, if applicable) will be deposited in your new account at CYC on April 15. If Benefits Enrollment is submitted after March 31, your HSA contributions (both employee and employer) will be deposited the following pay period.
  • April 17, 2020: If you submitted your Benefits Enrollment in Workday by April 1, 2020, your debit card from CYC will arrive in your mail on or soon after April 17. If you submit your election after April 1, 2020, your debit card should arrive 10-14 business days after enrollment.
  • April 30, 2020: Last day to opt-out of bulk transfer from Discovery Benefits to CYC by returning the opt-out form to humanresources@tableau.com.
  • April 30, 2020: Last day to use your existing Discovery Benefits HSA debit card.
  • May 1 - June 15, 2020: Blackout period when you will not have access to your HSA funds at Discovery Benefits. During this time, you will have access to any payroll contributions that have already been made to your Salesforce HSA at CYC. You can also pay for any healthcare expenses out of pocket and then submit them for reimbursement once your funds have been transferred to your CYC HSA.
  • June 15, 2020: Your Tableau HSA funds are available at CYC for spending or investing. The minimum balance for investing is $500.

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Your Action Items Summarized

Benefits Election:

  • Benefits elections submitted by April 2 will be sent to benefits carriers on April 3, 2020. If you have pending medical appointments in April, be sure to complete your enrollment by April 2, 2020. We recommend scheduling non-urgent medical visits after April 6, 2020.

Salesforce/Tableau Virtual Benefits Event:

  • Log in and chat live with Benefits experts, attend a webinar, review benefits information, find answers to questions, download support resources, and more through our Tableau Virtual Benefits Event. Register now. The virtual benefits events will be from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 PT, both March 18 and 19, 2020.

Premera Medical:

  • Premera will continue through December 31, 2020. You must make your election in Workday from March 18 – April 30, 2020 to continue your Premera coverage.

Commuter Transit & Parking:

  • Make your May commuter election in WageWorks starting April 1 through April 10, 2020. 

Leaves of Absence Transition Information:

  • For a Leave of Absence commencing on April 1, 2020 or later, you must file your leave with Matrix starting April 1, 2020. Matrix’s Intake Department is open 24/7 year-round for you to file a new Leave of Absence. You can contact Matrix Absence Management by phone 855-354-6937 or online at www.matrixabsence.com.

FSA:

  • Review which healthcare plan in which you want to enroll, and ensure it has the FSA coverage you want.

HSA:

  • ConnectYourCare (CYC) will be the new HSA administrator effective April 1, 2020. If you’re electing an HDHP/HSA plan, your HSA balance at Discovery Benefits will be transferred to a new account at CYC starting in May 2020. If you do NOT want to be included in this transfer, you must complete the opt-out form and return it to humanresources@tableau.com by April 30, 2020 and you will be responsible for any banking fees starting June.

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Plan Enhancements

Aetna, United Healthcare (UHC), & Kaiser

What do I need to know?

  • You have the option to switch medical plans during the benefit enrollment period. You can choose from four medical plans, all provided through either Aetna or UHC. If you live in California or Oregon, you have a fifth option through Kaiser. You also have the option to continue your Premera plan through December 31, 2020.
  • When you enroll in an Aetna or UHC plan, you get access to robust fertility coverage through Progyny [PDF].
  • When you switch medical plans to Aetna or UHC, your deductible and coinsurance applied to your out-of-pocket limit will be credited.
  • The Aetna EPO (Open Access) or UHC (Choice) plan is an in-network plan, and services rendered outside the network will not be covered by the plan.

What do I need to do?

  • Elect your medical coverage in Salesforce Workday beginning March 18, 2020 for an April 1, 2020 effective date. Elections must be completed by April 30, 2020.
  • Call Grand Rounds if you need assistance finding quality doctors or need to confirm if your doctors are in the Aetna or UHC network at 1-800-233-6485. 
  • If you switch to Aetna or UHC and you or your dependent is in the middle of a treatment such as second trimester pregnancy, chemotherapy, transplant, or treatment of terminal illness, and your doctor is not in the Aetna or UHC network, you will need to complete a Transition of Care Form. To make sure that you can continue the highest level of benefits, submit Aetna's Transition of Care Form [PDF] within 90 days, or UHC’s Transition of Care form [PDF] within 30 days of enrollment for review and approval.

Resources: Learn more about Medical Plan Overview and check out the Medical Benefits Comparison Plan Chart [PDF]

CVS Caremark

What do I need to know?

  • CVS Caremark is the pharmacy benefit provider for employees enrolled in any of the Aetna or UHC plans. You are automatically enrolled in the pharmacy benefit program.
  • You will receive a separate Pharmacy ID from CVS Caremark.

What do I need to do?

  • If you’re switching to an Aetna or UHC plan, check if your current pharmacy is in the CVS Caremark Retail Pharmacy network by visiting caremark.com. Click on Locate Nearby Pharmacy at the top right of the page. Enter an address or zip code and select search filters if needed. You can also call Customer Care at 1-844-345-2824.
  • If you have specialty medication, you must fill your specialty medication at CVS Specialty. Contact CVS Specialty Customer Care at 1-866-846-3095 to get started.
  • Review the FAQ [PDF] to learn more about the CVS Caremark Pharmacy benefit program, including checking the cost of your medication or if your medication requires drug coverage review.

Dental

What do I need to know?

  • Delta Dental of California is the dental provider for Salesforce. 
  • You have an option to choose from two different dental plans: Standard or Premium.
  • Your enrollment in the Salesforce benefit is considered a new enrollment, therefore your annual allowance and deductible will reset as of April 1, 2020.

What do I need to do?

  • Elect your dental coverage in Salesforce Workday beginning March 18, 2020 for an April 1, 2020 effective date. Elections must be completed by April 30, 2020. Be sure to notify your dentist that your insurance has updated to Delta Dental of California for any dental services on or after April 1, 2020.

Resources: Visit the Dental page and check out the Delta Dental FAQ [PDF] to learn more, including instructions on how to obtain a digital ID card.

Vision

What do I need to know?

  • Vision Service Plan (VSP) is the vision provider for Salesforce.
  • You have an option to choose from two different vision plans: Standard or Premium.
  • Your enrollment in the Salesforce benefit is considered a new enrollment, therefore your annual allowance and deductible will reset as of April 1, 2020.

What do I need to do?

  • Elect your vision coverage in Salesforce Workday beginning March 18, 2020 for an April 1, 2020 effective date. Elections must be completed by April 30, 2020.
  • When you’re ready to use the benefits, simply provide your name, date of birth, and SSN to your VSP in-network doctor to verify your eligibility.

Supplemental Life Insurance

What do I need to know?

  • Your current voluntary life insurance election will not transfer to Salesforce. 
  • You must complete new supplemental life elections for you and your dependents, if applicable, during your initial benefits enrollment period to obtain coverage.
  • During your initial enrollment, you can take advantage of the Guaranteed Issued (GI) for employee supplemental life up to $750,000 and for spouse supplemental life up to $100,000. Anything over the GI is subject to medical review.

What do I need to do?

  • Complete your supplemental life elections in Salesforce Workday from March 18 -  April 30 to take advantage of the higher GI benefit.
  • Enter your Life and AD&D beneficiaries in Workday.

401(k)

What do I need to know?

  • Fidelity is also the recordkeeper for the Salesforce 401(k) Plan. 
  • We are working with Fidelity to merge the Tableau 401(k) Plan, which should allow for an easy transition.

What do I need to do?

  • Nothing at this time. As we get closer to April 1, there will be additional information regarding the timing of the plan merge and how it will work.

Education Reimbursement

What do I need to know?

  • The Education Reimbursement Program is designed to support employees in furthering their professional development and to promote continuous learning.
  • This is an employee-driven benefit. While manager approval is required, education is to be actively selected by the employee and is not intended to be used for team development.
  • Courses and certifications must be taken at an accredited institution through a nationally recognized professional training organization, executive education, or language school. Language schools do not need to be accredited.
  • The Education Reimbursement Program can be used for expenses such as tuition and cost of fees, books as part of a qualified course, and professional certifications.
  • Courses must be started on or after April 1, 2020 as a permanent (full and part time) Salesforce employee.
  • Courses started prior to April 1, 2020 are not eligible for tuition reimbursement.
  • To be eligible for reimbursement, you must either receive a final grade of ‘C’ or better, a ‘Pass’ if the course is Pass/Fail, a Certificate of Completion, and be actively employed with Salesforce at the course completion through receipt of reimbursement.

What do I need to do?

  • On April 1, 2020, check out the Education Reimbursement Program and Process article in Concierge for what you need to do before enrolling in an accredited course and when you’re ready to submit your claim.

Resources: Visit the Education Reimbursement Program [PDF]and Education Reimbursement Program FAQ [PDF] to learn more

Wellbeing Reimbursement

What do I need to know?

  • You are eligible to submit wellbeing reimbursements after April 1, 2020.
  • You can claim up-to 6 months of wellbeing reimbursements retroactively.
    • For example: You can submit expenses for up to 6 months back as long as you were a full time Salesforce employee at the time of expense. For example, you can submit claims retroactively from April 1, 2020 through September 2020 in October 2020. If you do not submit your wellbeing reimbursement claim within 6 months, your remaining balance for those months will be forfeited.
  • All US employees and interns working 20 hours or more a week are eligible to participate in the Wellbeing Reimbursement Program.
  • You can share your monthly reimbursement among you and/or your dependents, up to a total of $100 per month.
  • You can be reimbursed for eligible expenses — including cooking classes, mindfulness apps, gym memberships, and more! You can claim up to $100 per month, per employee for eligible expenses.

What do I need to do?

  • You must file a claim and submit a receipt through WageWorks your Aloha page or mobile app to receive your wellbeing reimbursement.
  • If you submit your claim before the 8th of the month, you will receive your wellbeing reimbursement on the final paycheck of that same month. If you submit your claim on or after the 8th, you can expect to receive your wellbeing reimbursement on the final paycheck of the following month.

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Tableau Benefits Termination Notice

Effective midnight of March 31, 2020, the following Tableau employee benefits plans will terminate:

  • Healthcare & Limited Purpose Flexible Spending Account: Discovery Benefits
  • Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account: Discovery Benefits
  • Health Savings Account: Discovery Benefits
  • Dental: Delta Dental of Washington
  • Vision: VSP
  • Life/AD&D & Disability: Unum Basic Life/AD&D, Unum Voluntary Life/AD&D, Unum Short Term and Long Term Disability
  • Employee Assistance Program: ComPsych EAP
  • Other Benefits: Care@Work, GeoBlue, Aetna Expat, and Tableau Software, Inc. 401(k) Plan.

Resources: Visit the Tableau Benefits Contact Sheet [PDF] if you have any questions about the Tableau employee benefits plans terminating.

Note that this information about the termination of the Tableau employee benefit plans that were offered to you in 2020 constitutes a Statement of a Material Modification in benefits in accordance with the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).

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Support

Questions? 

  • Grand Rounds, your personal healthcare assistant, is available to help you compare and choose the right medical plan for you by calling them at 1-800-233-6485. Grand Rounds can be used for all our medical plans, including Premera.
  • Review our Tableau Benefits FAQ [PDF]
  • For questions related to Aetna medical plans, call the dedicated Aetna hotline at 1-888-512-3862. For specific questions, contact Aisha McGee by email: mcgeea@aetna.com.
  • For questions related to UHC medical plans , please call 1-844-234-1202.
  • Get contact information for our other carriers.
  • Find out who’s eligible for your plan.
  • To enroll in benefits prior to April 1, please log in to Workday here. To enroll in benefits after April 1, please log in to Workday here. For more information and step-by-step enrollment instructions, please review Benefits Enrollment/Making Changes to your Benefits (US) [PDF].
  • For other benefits related questions, visit Wayfinder (prior April 1) or Concierge (starting April 1). Note: Tableau employees will have access to the linked Concierge article after receiving their Salesforce device and/or are enabled on Salesforce systems.

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