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The BLET Short-Term Disability Enhanced-Plan Open Enrollment Ending Soon

INDEPENDENCE, Ohio, January 28 — Open Enrollment for the BLET’s Short Term Disability Enhanced-Plan (underwritten by Sun Life Financial) ends Friday, January 31, 2020. Those who meet the deadline will have their coverage take effect on February 1, 2020.

The Enhanced-Plan coverage gives participants an additional $102 weekly benefit on top of the $300 Base-Plan benefit. Enhanced-Plan coverage is voluntary and participation in this additional coverage is not required.

How to Get Enrolled in the Enhanced-Plan

Enrollment options include:

• Online, by visiting: https://uniondisability.com/groups/blet-short-term-disability-sun-life/

• Over the phone, by calling the Cornerstone office at 224-848-4941

The open enrollment will end on January 31, 2020 and coverage will become effective on February 1, 2020.

Note: BLET Short-Term Disability participating railroads are: Belt Railway of Chicago; Conrail Shared Assets; CSX Transportation, including Bombardier Transportation Services (who took over CSXT-operated MARC commuter service); Canadian Pacific–D&H; Canadian Pacific–Soo Line; Kansas City Southern; Longview Switching; Metra; Portland Terminal; Terminal Railway – Alabama State Docks; and Union Pacific.

Tuesday, January 28, 2020
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