Enrolling in Benefits

There are two ways for you to enroll: online or over the phone.

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Enroll Online

Enroll in the Total Rewards Café. Follow these instructions:

  1. Log in to your account using your User ID and Password.

    If this is your first time accessing the enrollment system, click on Are You a New User? and create a unique username and password. You will also need to provide your date of birth, the last four digits of your Social Security Number and your home address ZIP code.
  2. You will see your Message Box. Click on the arrow to the right of Make Your Annual Enrollment Choices, or, if you are a new user, click on the arrow to the right of Enroll in Your Benefits.
  3. Click Research and Enroll.
  4. Click the View/Change button for Medical.
  5. Select Coverage Option or Waive Coverage.
  6. Select dependents from Choose Who’s Covered, if applicable.
  7. Click Continue.
  8. You’ll return to the home screen.
  9. Continue to the next benefit and click View/Change until you’ve elected or waived coverage for each benefit.
  10. Click Confirm.

To learn how to add your dependents, add or remove a tobacco surcharge, designate a beneficiary or print a confirmation statement, click here.

Enroll Over the Phone

Call the Sysco Benefits Center at 1-800-55-SYSCO (7-9726). Representatives are available Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. CST.

Note: You are responsible for ensuring that your benefit elections are correct. Be sure to check the confirmation you receive after submitting your elections online (or by mail if enrolled by phone) for new hire, Benefits Enrollment or a change in status. You can access your elections online 24/7 by visiting the Total Rewards Café. Please be aware that changes to your benefits may result in retroactive payroll deductions, depending on the coverage effective date and when benefits elections/changes are made.

If You Don’t Enroll

You’ll have the same benefits you have today with the same coverage levels you have today, except for FSA contributions. If you want to contribute to an FSA, you have to make an election every year, per IRS rules. Unless you experience a qualified status change (like having a baby or getting married), your next opportunity to enroll in benefits will be next year during Benefits Enrollment.