Have You Reviewed Your Beneficiary Information in Workday?
Through the course of a year, changes may occur in our lives. If you have recently married, divorced, welcomed a new child to your family or had any applicable life changes, remember to review your beneficiary information in Workday.
Did you know you must designate beneficiaries even if you do not elect any benefits? BB&T automatically provides benefits-eligible associates with basic Term Life Insurance coverage (equal to two times your Benefits Annual Rate). If you have not already designated beneficiaries in Workday, please take a couple minutes to do so. This ensures BB&T knows who should receive these benefits in the event of your death.
Adding or removing beneficiaries in workday
To access instructions for adding or removing a beneficiary:
- Go to Workday (select the Workday icon on InSite or BBTBenefits.com).
- Select Workday Resource Center.
- Choose Workday Resource Center for Associates or Workday Resource Center for Managers in the list.
- Under the How To Update Benefit Information header, choose Beneficiary Changes to open the instructions.
Important: Please don't overwrite the existing information in Workday. To make changes to your beneficiary information, see the below information.
Updating beneficiary contact information in workday
It is important to make sure the contact information for your beneficiaries remains up-to-date in Workday. If you need to make any changes to your beneficiary's contact information currently in the system, such as updating an address or phone number, call the Human Systems Service Center at 800-716-2455, option 1, for assistance.
No personal or confidential associate information is contained within BBTBenefits.com.
Information contained within BBTBenefits.com applies to eligible associates residing in the United States, unless otherwise specified.
Not all subsidiaries and affiliates of BB&T Corporation participate in the benefit programs and policies presented within BBTBenefits.com.
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