Most of your current benefit elections will carry forward to 2023. You do not need to actively enroll this year, unless you want to:
Note: If you are currently enrolled in a local HMO plan, there are no changes to your medical benefits for 2023.
Great news! Through the cost of healthcare continues to rise in the U.S., Sysco’s medical, dental and vision premiums are not increasing for non-union colleagues in 2023. Rates will be available in the Total Rewards Café by October 26.
Beginning January 1, 2023, Sysco will cover domestic partners under all Health & Welfare benefits, including Medical, Dental and Vision Plans, Life Insurance and AD&D, and Critical Illness and Hospital Indemnity coverage. If you cover a domestic partner, you will have to submit the date of birth and Social Security number for your domestic partner during the enrollment process. The Dependent Verification Center will request documentation, including a notarized affidavit, from you to support the domestic partnership. You can find more information about verification on the Eligibility page of the Benefits Guide. Also, see page 4 of the comprehensive Enrollment Instructions for how to add a dependent to your coverage.
Rates for domestic partners can be viewed in the Total Rewards Café during your enrollment period. Rates are post-tax and subject to imputed income. Consult with your tax and/or your financial advisor for additional details.
Click here to review the Basic Plan Summary for 2023.
Click here to review the PPO Plan Summary for 2023.
You can review all medical plan details, including provider search tools, in the Benefits Guide.
Find more joy, feel more refreshed and become a better you in just a few minutes each day! Headspace is a 24/7 digital tool to support your mental clarity and improved mindfulness. You and two family members or friends can access this tool, at no additional cost, beginning January 1, 2023.
You can learn more about Headspace here.
The Health Savings Account (HSA) contribution limit will increase to $3,850 for individual coverage and $7,750 for family coverage. Catch-up contributions of $1,000 are allowed if you are at least 55 years of age (includes those who will turn age 55 by the calendar year-end). Sysco will contribute $250 for individual and $500 for family coverage to your HSA. Your total contribution cannot exceed the contribution limits for the calendar year. You can find more information about the HSA in the Benefits Guide.
The 2023 Health Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA) contribution limit will be $3,050. You will only be able to carry over a maximum of $610 from 2022 to 2023 for use in 2023. Additional details about the Healthcare FSA can be found here.
The 2023 Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA) contribution limit will be $5,000 unless you and your spouse file separate tax returns, in which case, the most you can save is $2,500. You cannot carry over any remaining balance from 2022 to use in 2023. For more information in the Dependent Care FSA, see the Benefits Guide.
If you enroll in a Sysco-sponsored medical plan for the first time or if you re-enroll in the PPO Plan for 2023, you will receive a medical ID card from Aetna in early January. You will not get a new medical plan ID card if you re-enroll in the Basic Plan, HSA Plan or National HMO Plan for 2023.
Occasionally, providers move networks. Take a moment to make sure your providers are in the network. To see if a medical, dental, behavioral health and other providers are in the Aetna network, click here. You will be prompted to select a plan name. The plan names are:
If you and your spouse/domestic partner* are both eligible to enroll in the Sysco Health and Welfare plans, you can select one of the below enrollment options:
Please note – you cannot elect both option 1 and 2. No Sysco colleague can be covered as both a dependent and a colleague under the plan. In addition, your child(ren) cannot be covered as a dependent by both you and your spouse. Only one of you can cover your eligible child(ren).
*As of January 1, 2023, Sysco will cover domestic partners under our benefits plan.