Your Veolia Benefits

Annual Enrollment

At Veolia North America, employees can enroll in or change their benefits during our Annual Enrollment. 2020 Annual Enrollment occurs from November 4, 2019 to November 15, 2019. Currently, the Annual Enrollment window is closed.

*Note: You will not be allowed to make changes to any of your benefit elections outside of Annual Enrollment unless you experience a qualifying life event (QLE). More information on QLEs may be found HERE.


2020 AE Presentation:



What’s Changing for 2020:

2020 Benefits Changes

What is New for this year’s Benefits Enrollment?

The team is pleased to announce several new benefits including Hospital Indemnity,  Critical Illness and Accident Insurance, as well as a second opportunity to enroll in Long-Term Care coverage.

  • Supplemental Health (Aflac) — three new insurance options to cover hospital stays , critical illnesses and accidents. 
  • Long Term Care (Chubb) — a second opportunity to enroll in long-term care insurance and the ability to access a portion of your life insurance in the face of a long-term care event.
  • Acupuncture (BCBS & UHC) — you’re now eligible for 10 visits a year for acupuncture appointments.
  • Employee Assistance Program (Magellan) — the number of free counseling visits you receive is increasing to six per issue/per year.


Are there Changes to Payment Maximums?

There are increased maximums for HDHP Silver plan, Health savings account (HSA), Delta Dental and Long-Term Disability. Further information is being sent to the address on your SuccessFactors profile. If you have not received this, you can review the information by visiting > Eligibility/Enrollment > Annual Enrollment


How Do I Review my Benefit Elections Online?

You can review your current 2019 elections and compare with 2020 by visiting > Eligibility/Enrollment > Annual Enrollment, then log in to the Benefits Enrollment System.


What is the Annual Enrollment Deadline?

All changes to your benefits elections must be made before midnight on November 15, 2019 and will become effective January 1, 2020. If you are happy with your current elections, no action is required and your current coverage will roll over to 2020, except for your flexible spending elections.