GenOn Benefits Annual Enrollment

GenOn Benefits Annual Enrollment

Benefits Annual Enrollment began, Monday, October 25th and runs through Friday, November 5th. Your benefit elections will be in effect beginning January 1, 2022. Go to to enroll:

* Review your 2021 elections and make any updates to your benefits for 2022. If this is your first visit to the Benefits Center enrollment site, you will need to register and create a new username and password.

* Declare your tobacco status. If you use tobacco, tobacco products, or don’t answer this question, you will pay more for your medical benefits.

* Ensure you are covering eligible dependents. Children can be covered up to age 26. There is a spousal surcharge for enrolling in the $30 Copay Plan when spouses are eligible for coverage through their own employers. This surcharge may not pertain to certain unions, refer to your collective bargaining agreement (CBA).

* Determine your contributions to discretionary accounts. The Health Savings Account (HSA), Health Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (DSA) all offer tax savings. The enrollment guides help you walk through the decision-making process of which options may be right for you. Your specific enrollment guide can be found on the GenOn Benefits Center website under “Resources.”

* Summary of Benefits Coverage. The 2022 Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) can also be found on the GenOn Benefits Center’s website. The SBC is an easy-to-read summary that compares cost and coverage between health plans. You can compare health care options based on price, benefits, and other features that may be important to you and your family.

Please feel free to reach out to a GenOn Benefits Service Center representative for information or assistance. Contact information is below.

Phone: Benefits Service Center at 833-539-4600



Why not give your other benefits an annual checkup?

Since you are in the mindset, this is a perfect time to review your other accounts to make sure they are up to date. Contact information for all plan providers is available in the benefits enrollment guide.

Life Insurance: Review to ensure your beneficiaries are current.
401(k) account: Make sure you are deducting your desired pre-tax amounts and review your designated beneficiaries.