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                            [content] => Review your 2021 benefit options in the 2021 Annual Enrollment Guide.
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                            [content] => You have a free membership to a database of help—nannies, after-school and elder caregivers, pet sitters, housekeepers—you name it. You can find the support you need, when you need it. To learn more, review the FAQs here.
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                            [content] => Get discounted tutoring resources for your student’s SATs/ACTs, standardized tests or general educational support.
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                            [content] => You’ll get bumped up on the waiting list if you enroll your child at select Bright Horizons® centers. Or, you can access exclusive discounts at participating partner centers to make child care tuition more affordable.
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                            [content] => Visit clients.brighthorizons.com/rockwell. When prompted, use your Rockwell Automation employee email address as your username and have your employee ID number handy. 

You can also download the Back-Up Care app from the Apple App Store or Google Play for access on the go.
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                            [content] => When your regular child, adult or elder care arrangements aren’t available, you can schedule high-quality back-up care easily. This service will become available on Oct. 1, 2020. To learn more, review the FAQs here.
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                            [content] => Bright Horizons® makes it easier to manage your many work, family and personal responsibilities. There are several benefits available to you. Depending on the service, you may need to register on the Bright Horizons® website to get started.
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                            [content] => Focus on your financial well-being with Online Advice services through Financial Engines. With Online Advice, you can:
  • Create a financial plan based on your Rockwell Automation Retirement Savings Plan
  • Check and monitor your accounts
  • Track your progress toward goals
  • Plan for health care expenses, college expenses, Social Security and more
  • Get specific, personalized retirement investment advice and powerful retirement tools at no cost to you.
To get started, log on to 401k.com and click the Financial Engines banner. Review your personalized “stoplight” evaluation and click the orange Next button. Then select the Manage it on your own tab to access Online Advice. Use the tools to create your plan. Log in to rastaywell.com by Dec. 31 to mark the activity completed. [groups] => ) ) [Mindfulness and Stress Management course] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Learn to manage your stress and be more mindful in this engaging course offered through QuadMed. You’ll be guided through six sessions on topics such as:
  • Identifying your stress level
  • 10 ways to become more resilient
  • Recharging your life
  • Mindful eating
  • Tips to stress management goal setting
To take the course, log in to the new StayWell portal at rastaywell.com. Select the Incentive tab, look for the course and click Sign up. Be sure to complete the course by Dec. 31. [groups] => ) ) [Notice of Changes to Rockwell Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => This notice serves as a Summary of Material Modification (SMM) for changes to the Rockwell Automation Employee Health Plan, the Rockwell Automation Retirement Savings Plan, and the Rockwell Automation Pension Plan effective March 1, 2020. [groups] => ) ) [Child Care Resources for COVID-19] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you need additional child care support due to school closures, our EAP has compiled a list of resources to help you find daycare and other care centers. Click here for the list. [groups] => ) ) [Health Management Program Archive] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => 2018 Health Screening Mailers: [groups] => ) ) [Children’s and Maternity Vision Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Both children and expectant mothers can experience vision changes more frequently than others. For this reason, Rockwell Automation provides additional benefits to children who are 13 and under and mothers to be. Both receive at no additional cost:
  • Coverage for a second eye exam
  • Coverage for one new pair of glasses (frames and lenses) if vision changes .5 diopter or greater in a plan year*
  • Plus, you can receive online education about children’s eye health.
* Standard copays apply. [groups] => ) ) [2020 Annual Enrollment Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Review your options for next year with the 2020 Annual Enrollment Guide. [groups] => ) ) [2020 New Hire Enrollment Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Learn about all your benefit options and how to enroll in the 2020 New Hire Enrollment Guide. [groups] => ) ) [A weight loss program with Real Appeal] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Living a healthy life means different things for each of us. Whatever your health goal, taking simple steps can be the best way to achieve it, especially when you’re getting started. Rockwell Automation is excited to introduce a simple new program to support losing weight. Real Appeal is based on decades of proven clinical research to help you lose weight and reduce your risk of developing diabetes, cardiovascular and other weight-related diseases. When you enroll, you receive:
  • Up to a year of support from a Transformation Coach. This person guides you through the program and develops a simple, customized plan that fits your needs, preferences and goals.
  • 24/7 access to digital tools and dashboards that help you track your food, activity and weight.
  • A success kit full of healthy weight management tools including fitness guides, a recipe book (with quick family meal ideas and fast-food eating tips), weight scale and more.
  • Weekly online group sessions to learn healthy ideas from your coach and other members who share what’s helped them achieve success.
If you’re ready to spark your transformation, enroll today at ra.realappeal.com. Real Appeal is offered through UnitedHealthcare. Real Appeal is available at no additional cost to employees with our UnitedHealthcare health plan, their covered spouses and dependents 18 or over with a BMI of 23 and higher, subject to eligibility.  [groups] => ) ) [Aware] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation Health Management program will now include Aware, a Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction MBSR program, as a Take Action activity. Aware is an alternate modality of support for participants experiencing life stress, pain, and challenges with focus and concentration, as well as individuals who want to increase their awareness of and commitment to intentional living. With a personalized approach to applying mindful practices to life, Aware teaches participants how to be engaged, diminish distractions, and counteract stress. The program cultivates focused and resilient employees, who are more engaged and productive in the workplace. Through six weekly telephonic sessions, Workplace Options MBSR-trained health and wellness professionals provide one-on-one support and supply electronic resources for self-guided individual practice. These electronic resources include a practice plan, journal, guided practice exercises, and additional resource suggestions including apps, websites and print materials. MBSR specialists have completed a minimum of 50 hours of MBSR training as well as additional cross-training on holistic wellbeing. The initial session is most often scheduled within one week following the referral to Aware. This first session lasts 45 minutes, with five follow-up sessions lasting approximately 15-20 minutes. The Aware specialist schedules the next appointment during each session. In each of these follow-up sessions, the participant has the opportunity to learn and experience mindfulness exercises that they can later practice on their own. To access the Aware program, please call the Rockwell Automation EAP Toll Free Number at 1-855-897-4044. Upon completion of the program, please click below to self report by December 31, 2019 in order to receive credit. [groups] => ) ) [2019 New Hire Enrollment Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your comprehensive overview of the benefits available to you and how to enroll in the 2019 New Hire Guide. [groups] => ) ) [2019 Annual Enrollment Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Read about your 2019 benefits with the 2019 Annual Enrollment Guide. [groups] => ) ) [2020 Take Action Mailer] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the 2020 Take Action mailer for information about the different options for completing your Take Action activities. [groups] => ) ) [2018 Benefit Enhancement FAQs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the 2018 Benefit Enhancement FAQs for answers to your benefit enhancement questions. [groups] => ) ) [Retirement Webinars] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

Understanding the Retirement Process

If you missed your chance to sign up for a Rockwell Automation Retirement Process webinar this fall, you can view a recording of the 2019 presentation or review the PDF.

Fidelity Webcast Hub

Fidelity offers a variety of practical conversations to support your financial wellness.  Click here to access the Webcast Hub. [groups] => ) ) [DCFSA: How Much Can I Contribute? 2019] => Array ( [Dependent Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => $100 minimum $5,000 maximum ($2,500 maximum if married and filing separately from your spouse) [groups] => ) ) [HCFSA: How Much Can I Contribute? 2020] => Array ( [Health Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => $100 minimum $2,700 maximum [groups] => ) ) [DCFSA: What Are the Deadlines? 2020] => Array ( [Dependent Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Deadline to use funds: Dec. 31, 2020 Deadline to submit expenses: Mar. 31, 2021 [groups] => ) ) [HCFSA: What are the Deadlines? 2020] => Array ( [Health Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Deadline to use funds: Dec. 31, 2020 Deadline to submit expenses: Mar. 31, 2021 [groups] => ) ) [Dependent Care FSA – Does the money carry over?] => Array ( [Dependent Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => No. The carryover is strictly related to Health Care FSAs. [groups] => ) ) [Health Care FSA – Does the Money Carry Over] => Array ( [Health Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Yes. You can carry over up to $500 in unused funds to the next plan year. [groups] => ) ) [2020 Health Screening Appeal Form] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you do not meet one or more of the healthy targets, your health care provider can complete and sign an appeal form. You can access the 2020 Appeal Form at rastaywell.com [groups] => ) ) [2019-2020 StayWell Health Care Provider Forms] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the Health Care Provider Form on rastaywell.com and take it to your health care provider when you get your annual physical exam at any time during the year. Onsite screenings will be held at certain locations this Sept. and Oct. The home test kit will no longer be a Health Screening option in 2020. [groups] => ) ) [Health Benefits During Unpaid FMLA] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you take unpaid time off under FMLA, you will be billed for your share of the health benefit premiums. If you don’t pay your benefit premiums, your enrollment may default to no coverage when you return to work. [groups] => ) ) [HealthSafe ID] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => UnitedHealthcare has adopted a single sign-in process for its website, UnitedHealthcare app and other UHC digital tools. For extra convenience, you log in to all UHC sites and tools with the same username and password, which make up your HealthSafe ID. Creating your HealthSafe ID is easy and typically takes less than five minutes. You set up a new account by going to myuhc.com, providing some basic information and choosing a username and password. Then you’re asked to confirm your email and phone number to add extra security to your account. If you have already created a HealthSafe ID for the Health4Me app, you can use it now on myuhc.com. [groups] => ) ) [Behavioral Therapy for Autism Spectrum Disorder] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Both Rockwell Automation medical options cover behavioral services for Autism Spectrum Disorder. This includes Intensive Behavioral Therapies, such as Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), that are designed to reinforce adaptive behaviors, reduce maladaptive behaviors and improve age-appropriate skills. To be covered, ABA must be:
  • Focused on the treatment of core deficits of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
  • Provided by a Board Certified Applied Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or other qualified provider under the appropriate supervision.
  • Focused on treating maladaptive/stereotypic behaviors that are posing danger to self, others and property and impairment in daily functioning.
For help finding a qualified provider, call Advocate4Me. Be sure to get prior authorization from the plan if you’re using an out-of-network provider. For details—including the covered medical services for Autism Spectrum Disorder—please see your medical option Summary Plan Description on EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [Taxation of a Domestic Partner’s Benefit Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Unlike a legal spouse, a domestic partner isn’t generally a dependent for federal income tax purposes. This means:
  • Rockwell Automation’s share of the cost of providing benefits for your partner (and his or her children) is reported to the IRS as taxable “imputed income” to you.
  • Any benefit plan contributions that you pay for your partner (and his or her children) can’t be made on a before-tax basis.
There may also be similar issues with state and local taxes where you live. You need to allow for this when you’re pricing your coverage options, especially medical coverage. Because these tax issues would also apply if you were a dependent on your partner’s employer-provided plan, you may want to check the cost-effectiveness of obtaining separate coverage as two individuals. Please note, too, that Rockwell Automation adds a surcharge for coverage of any spouse or partner who can obtain medical coverage from his or her own employer. [groups] => ) ) [2019 Health Screening Mailer] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the 2019 health screening mailer to remind yourself how the screening worked last year based on your work location. [groups] => ) ) [Virtual Visits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Virtual Visits let you see and talk to a board-certified physician, and let them see you, from your smart phone, tablet or computer. You can do this without an appointment.
Effective immediately through 2021, Virtual Visits through your Rockwell Automation health plan (Amwell, Doctor on Demand or Teladoc) are covered with no deductible or copay. Telehealth services from other health care providers are covered with no deductible or copay through 2020, and then covered at the plan deductible and coinsurance rates beginning in 2021.

Think about using a Virtual Visit when:
  • You need care after hours.
  • You become ill when traveling.
  • You are thinking about visiting a hospital emergency room for a non-emergency health condition.
A Virtual Visit allows you to:
  • See a doctor from the comfort of your home.
  • Avoid driving to the doctor’s office.
  • Stay away from crowded waiting rooms.
  • Access care 24 hours a day/seven days a week.
  • Receive low-cost, convenient non-emergency care.
Still not sure a Virtual Visit offers the right care? Call myNurseLineSM at 1-844-234-7924. This service is available to Rockwell Automation health plan participants. For a Virtual Visit, log in to myuhc.com or the UnitedHealthcare app and choose a virtual provider group. (You must register with UnitedHealthcare before your first Virtual Visit.) If you have questions, call 1.844.234.7924. [groups] => ) ) [Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) transition to UHC] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => As of January 2016, UHC took over administration of the Health Reimbursement Account (HRA). Your 2015 administrator will send a report to UHC and transition your funds. Those funds will be available in the beginning of April 2016. Humana members who enrolled in the HRA for 2016 won’t have a debit card this year. Instead, they’ll be reimbursed automatically for any medical and pharmacy claim balances. Humana HRA debit cards do not work as of Dec. 31, 2015. [groups] => ) ) [A Note About Out-of-Pocket Maximums] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the in-network out-of-pocket maximum for an individual can't exceed $7,150, even if the individual is covered under a family tier. [groups] => ) ) [Numbers@Work Screening Dates and Times] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Health screenings are a great opportunity to learn about any potential health risks. The onsite screenings will be held this September and October at various locations. Check back here in August for this year's dates. The health screening is just one step in the Health Management program. Remember that you must complete your Health Risk Questionnaire during this year's qualifying period to receive any Health Management program incentives in 2018. In addition, complete two Take Action activities to earn the maximum incentive. 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Monthly rates per $1,000 in coverage, based on employee's age
[groups] => ) ) [The UHC User Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Looking to break in that UnitedHealthcare (UHC) plan? Here's the guide. [groups] => ) ) [Weight Loss Program] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Need to lose weight? Earn Take Action incentives by participating in weight-loss programs. You can earn up to 200 points ($200) in incentives by participating twice. To qualify, the program must feature:
  • Promotion of healthy weight loss (one to two pounds per week)
  • Nutrition and physical activity guidelines
  • In-person weight tracking and coaching or group support
  • Weekly attendance (or at least 12 times during a four-month period)
This includes programs such as Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig®, Choose to Lose (offered in Mequon/Milwaukee), programs offered through fitness centers or health clubs, and programs guided by a registered dietician or certified weight-loss specialist. You can also enroll in the Real Appeal program if you participate in a UnitedHealthcare medical plan. How to track: For all programs except Real Appeal, once you complete 12 weeks, go to rastaywell.com, click Weight Loss Program #1 (or Weight Loss Program #2 if you’re completing a second program) and then click Self Report Now. That’s it! If you choose Real Appeal, they’ll report your participation directly to StayWell, so no action is needed from you. Goal: Complete at least one 12-week weight loss program during 2019. You can then use a further 12-week program or any other Take Action activity as your second qualifying activity. Timing: Attend 12 of the program’s weekly meetings within a consecutive four-month period. Your program must be completed—or both programs if you go for the second—by Dec. 31, 2020. [groups] => ) ) [UnitedHealthcare (UHC) User Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the UnitedHealthcare (UHC) User Guide to learn how to make the most of your UHC medical and vision benefits. [groups] => ) ) [The 1095-c Tax Form] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you registered for electronic delivery of your Medical Tax form 1095-C, you can find the link to your form on the home page of Your Benefits Resources. Log into Employee Connect, then select Your Benefits and Your Benefits Resources. From the home page, click on the button that says Access Medical Tax Form. If you registered, you received an email Jan. 22 telling you your form is ready. If you didn’t register for electronic delivery, your form will be sent by U.S. Mail. If you don’t receive it, or would prefer an electronic version, you can request an electronic copy after Feb. 8 by clicking on the link on the Your Benefits Resources home page. [groups] => ) ) [Vision Provider Nomination and 30 Mile Policy] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Rockwell Automation Vision Plan network is extensive, but in the event that you do not have a network vision provider nearby, UnitedHealthcare still has you covered with the 30 Mile Policy and provider nominations. The UHC Vision 30 Mile Policy allows you to pay in-network rates at an out-of-network provider for a routine eye exam or for glasses or contact lenses, if there is no in-network provider within 30 miles of your home. With the Provider Nomination form, you can recommend a local eye care provider to be added to the UHC network. [groups] => ) ) [Provider Network] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Find the Tier 1 Provider you need by searching the Choice Plus network. Look for the Tier 1 icon next to a provider’s name. [groups] => ) ) [Vision Network] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Learn more about your vision network here. [groups] => ) ) [Your 2020 Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You made your 2020 elections during Annual Enrollment towards the end of last year. The information below is available for anytime you need the fine print on your benefits.

Medical Options

Both options are administered by UnitedHealthcare (UHC), cover the same services, include a health account that comes with a company contribution and include Prescription drug coverage provided by CVS/caremark.

Dental Options

Both dental options are administered by MetLife, cover preventive care at 100% and pay benefits for basic services. However, the Comprehensive option covers more dental services than the Basic option.

Vision Options

You can choose our new vision plan, which is administered by UnitedHealthcare and provides coverage for eye exams, eyeglasses and contacts. Or you can access vision care at discount prices with the MetLife VisionAccess Discount Program, which is available at no cost to you.

Flexible Spending Account Options

Our Flexible Spending Accounts help you pay eligible health care and/or dependent care expenses with tax-free dollars.

Life and Disability Insurance

As added financial protection, you can buy Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance and/or Supplemental Life Insurance for yourself, your spouse/domestic partner and your children. You can also choose Long-Term Disability (LTD) to replace part of your pay for an extended period of time if you are disabled more than 180 days.

And More!

Don’t forget you can choose the MetLife Group Legal Coverage—offered through MetLife Legal Plans—during Annual Enrollment, too. [groups] => ) ) [Tier 1 Providers and Freestanding Facilities] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
The Tier 1 Designation Program Offers the Best Combination of Cost and Quality
  UHC Tier 1 doctors:
  • Have better clinical results
  • Follow evidence-based guidelines for care
  • Are more likely to be aware of the latest research and clinical trials
  • May have lower surgical revision rates
UHC designates Tier 1 providers for 16 Premium specialties and 47 sub-specialties, and re-evaluates them on an annual basis. These providers are determined by using actual claims data to identify doctors who demonstrate greater quality of care and cost efficiency. UHC assesses quality first, then cost. The quality standards are based on evidence-based medicine and guidelines from organizations such as the American College of Cardiology, Ambulatory Care, Quality Alliance and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (a division of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services).The cost efficiency standards are based on local market benchmarks for the efficient use of resources in providing care. Look for the Tier 1 designation whenever you need a new provider. The availability of Tier 1 providers varies by location. UHC assigns the designation only where there is enough claims data to determine quality and cost efficiency. A Tier 1 provider may not be available for the specialty you need.

Primary Care Specialties

Other Specialties

Family Medicine
  • Preventive Medicine
  • Family Practice
  • General Practice
Internal Medicine
  • Internal Medicine
Obstetrics & Gynecology
  • Gynecology
  • Obstetrics
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology
Pediatrics
  • Pediatrics
  • Pediatric Adolescent
  • Adolescent Medicine
Allergy
  • Allergy
  • Allergy & Immunology
Cardiology
  • Cardiology
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Cardiac Diagnostic
  • Interventional Cardiology
  • Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
ENT
  • Otolaryngology
  • Otology
  • Pediatric Otolaryngology
  • Surgery Head and Neck
  • Laryngology
  • Rhinology
Endocrinology
  • Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism
  • Diabetes
Gastroenterology
  • Digestive Diseases
  • Endoscopy
  • Hepatology-Liver Disease
  • Gastroenterology
General Surgery
  • Surgery Abdominal
  • Proctology
  • Colon & Rectal Surgery
  • Surgery
Neurology
  • Neuromuscular Disease
  • Neurology
  • Neurology & Psychiatry
Neurosurgery, Orthopedics & Spine
  • Orthopedic Surgery
  • Neurological Surgery
  • Shoulder Surgery
  • Knee Surgery
  • Hand Surgery
  • Back & Spine Surgery
  • Sports Medicine
Nephrology
  • Nephrology
Pulmonology
  • Pulmonary Medicine
Rheumatology 
  • Rheumatology
Urology 
  • Urology
Freestanding Facilities Save You Money
In health care, higher cost doesn’t always mean higher quality. When your doctor prescribes lab tests, X-rays, MRIs, CT Scans or minor outpatient procedures, receive services at a Freestanding Facility instead of a hospital or doctor’s office for the lowest cost. A Freestanding Facility is an outpatient, diagnostic or ambulatory center or independent laboratory in the Choice Plus network that performs services and submits claims as a freestanding entity and not as a hospital. This can save you hundreds (and sometimes even thousands!) of dollars, without sacrificing quality. [groups] => ) ) [Using Tier 1 Providers and Freestanding Facilities] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Using Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities is optional. The Tier 1 designation helps you find providers known for offering the best combination of quality and cost. (The availability of Tier 1 providers varies by location.) Freestanding Facilities are outpatient, diagnostic or ambulatory centers, or independent laboratories in the Choice Plus network that perform services and submit claims as freestanding entities and not as hospitals. [groups] => ) ) [You + One Definition] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You + One means You + Spouse/Domestic Partner or You + Children

The rates above are for full-time employees who work 40 hours per week and part-time employees who work 32 to 39 hours per week. Costs are approximately double for part-time employees who work 20 to 31 hours per week. These annual amounts will be taken out of your paycheck pre-tax throughout the year. [groups] => ) ) [Spectera Vision Providers] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => To find providers in the Spectera Network, go to the UHC website or call 1.844.234.7924. [groups] => ) ) [Vision Plan] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you enroll in the Vision Plan—administered by UnitedHealthcare—the Plan pays toward your vision expenses. UHC's vision network is called the Spectera Network. Ask your provider if they are in the Spectera Network. [groups] => ) ) [Laser Vision Discount Out of Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan Out of Network] => Array ( [content] => You get 15% off standard prices or 5% off promotional prices when using providers in Laser Vision Network of America. [groups] => ) ) [Laser Vision Discount In Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan In Network] => Array ( [content] => You get 15% off standard prices or 5% off promotional prices when using providers in Laser Vision Network of America. [groups] => ) ) [Contacts Out of Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan Out of Network] => Array ( [content] => Covered selection contacts: Up to $130 Non-selection contacts: Up to $130 Necessary contacts: Up to $210 [groups] => ) ) [Contacts In Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan In Network] => Array ( [content] => For covered selection contacts, non-selection contacts and necessary contacts: After your $20 copay for contacts: 100% up to $130 (up to 4 boxes) [groups] => ) ) [Lenses Out of Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan Out of Network] => Array ( [content] => Single: Up to $40 Lined bifocal: Up to $60 Lined trifocal: Up to $80 Lenticular: Up to $80 [groups] => ) ) [Lenses In Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan In Network] => Array ( [content] => For single, lined bifocal, lined trifocal and lenticular lenses: After your $20 copay for lenses: 100% Includes scratch-resistant coating and 20% to 60% off non-covered lens options [groups] => ) ) [Frames Out of Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan Out of Network] => Array ( [content] => Up to $45 [groups] => ) ) [Frames In Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan In Network] => Array ( [content] => 100% up to $130. You get 30% off costs above $130 [groups] => ) ) [Eye Exam Out of Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan Out of Network] => Array ( [content] => Up to $40 [groups] => ) ) [Eye Exam In Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan In Network] => Array ( [content] => After your $20 copay: 100% [groups] => ) ) [2020 Dental Premiums] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => [groups] => ) ) [Retirement Tools] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You have two major tools to help you navigate the retirement process: Use the Retirement Process Timeline tool to model different retirement dates and see what steps you need to take for a smooth transition into retirement. Download your go-to retirement guide to review your retiree options at Rockwell Automation. [groups] => ) ) [Vision Premiums] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here are the 2020 annual rates for vision coverage. You Only: $48.60 You + Spouse/Domestic Partner: $89.88 You + Child(ren): $112.32 You + Family: $157.20 These annual amounts will be taken out of your paycheck pre-tax throughout the year.  [groups] => ) ) [Transitional Financial Support] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

If you enroll in an individual medical policy through Via Benefits when you first become eligible, you may qualify for transitional financial support provided by Rockwell Automation. For eligible post-65 retirees, Rockwell Automation will put money into a Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) for each year through 2019 as long as you are enrolled in a supplemental Medicare plan through Via Benefits. For more information, download your no-hassle retirement guide or the Via Benefits FAQ.

NOTE: If you do not elect a supplemental Medicare plan through Via Benefits when you first become eligible, or if you later drop this coverage, you will not be eligible for the post-65 transitional financial support from Rockwell Automation.

[groups] => ) ) [Paid Time Off for Short Term Illness FAQs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the frequently asked questions (FAQs) to learn more about how Paid Time Off for Short Term Illness works. [groups] => ) ) [Brand Penalty] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => A brand penalty is what you pay if you choose to fill your prescription with the brand name drug instead of the available direct generic version. The penalty amount is the difference between what the brand name drug costs and what the generic drug costs. If you are prescribed a drug that does not have a generic version and is not on the indirect generic list, you will not be charged the brand penalty for filling that brand name drug. [groups] => ) ) [Via Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => All Medicare-eligible individuals have access to Via Benefits, a Towers Watson service that will assist you in choosing from hundreds of supplemental and Medicare Advantage plans to find the best fit for you, taking into consideration your health status, prescription needs, vision and dental coverage needs, financial situation, etc. You may be eligible for transitional financial support for each year through 2019 if you elect a policy through Via Benefits. If you are planning to retire and you or your spouse will be Medicare-eligible at the time of retirement, contact Via Benefits. [groups] => ) ) [HSA Fee Schedule and Interest Rates] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Review the fee schedule and interest rates associated with your HealthEquity Health Savings Account (HSA). [groups] => ) ) [Medical Premiums] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => [groups] => ) ) [How to Estimate Your Pension Benefit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You have two options for requesting a pension benefit estimate:
  • Request a pension estimate electronically. Access Your Benefits ResourcesTM through EmployeeConnect. Then, click on “Savings and Retirement” followed by “Project Retirement Income.”
  • Request a paper pension estimate. Call the Rockwell Automation Service Center and say "pension" when prompted to reach the retirement specialists. Specialists are available between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Central time, Monday through Friday.
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  • Pregnancy care, such as pre/postnatal office visits and in-hospital delivery, is covered the same as any other medical condition.
  • Inpatient hospital stays are covered for a minimum of 48 hours following a vaginal delivery or a minimum of 96 hours following a C-Section delivery. If a person is discharged earlier, benefits will be payable for two post-delivery home visits by a health care provider.
  • You need to certify an inpatient stay greater than 48 or 96 hours. Otherwise, you may experience a reduction in benefits.
For details, review your medical plan option’s Summary Plan Description available on EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [More FMLA Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) allows you to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave a year to care for yourself or a family member, including a new child. In general, you’re eligible if you’ve worked for Rockwell Automation for a year (with 1,250 hours) and haven’t used your 12 weeks for another reason. FMLA is an unpaid leave. However, you may choose to take vacation or holiday pay during your FMLA time. If you decide to use vacation or holiday pay, your HR representative must route a ticket to the time administrator to enter the vacation time in SAP for you. NOTE: If a company paid holiday occurs during the FMLA time, you will not be paid for that day. When you return to work, your HR representative or manager must send a request for Holiday payout via the HRSC ticketing system to payroll. [groups] => ) ) [Requesting Disability] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => About two weeks before you want your leave to begin, or as soon as you know you will be taking a leave in the case of pregnancy or a planned hospitalization, follow these steps to start the process. (If you have an unplanned hospitalization, call immediately.)
  1. Notify your supervisor and call the HRSC to connect with a leave specialist.
  2. Call Prudential and follow the prompt for submitting a disability claim. (You’ll need to provide our control number.) Representatives are available 24/7.
  3. Give your health provider a Medical Authorization Release Form (available under Downloads and on EmployeeConnect). Tell the staff to photocopy the back of the form so information can be released to a Prudential Disability Claim Manager.
While you’re on leave, be sure to communicate with Prudential after each doctor visit, if any complications occur and if your return-to-work changes. Failure to do so might affect your benefits. [groups] => ) ) [Disability (maternity) leave] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Disability due to pregnancy is covered under Short-Term Disability (STD). If you’re eligible, benefits are typically provided for two weeks prepartum and six weeks postpartum or eight weeks postpartum for C-Section. (Don’t forget, in most cases, you need to satisfy a seven-day “elimination period” before benefits begin.) Disability leave runs concurrently with leave of absence under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Therefore, disability leave will reduce the amount of unpaid FMLA available for the year. Use this maternity tracking calendar to help visualize what your maternity leave could look like. [groups] => ) ) [Parental Leave] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Having time to bond with a new child is an important part of parenting. Therefore, Rockwell Automation provides up to four weeks of paid parental leave for employees who become new parents through birth or adoption while working for the Company. Read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. This policy provides employees information concerning Parental Leave entitlements and obligations employees may have during such leaves. If employees have any questions concerning Parental Leave, they should review the Frequently Asked Questions or contact their supervisor. [groups] => ) ) [Optional Early Distribution] => Array ( [Retirement Age Information] => Array ( [content] =>

What Happens

You leave the company on or after Jan. 1, 2014, and are 100% vested in the Pension Plan but not eligible for retirement.

When Your Pension Benefit May Start

  • You may start your pension benefit right after you stop working, but it will be reduced if you are younger than age 65. (It’s reduced because of the longer period of time it’s expected to be paid.)
  • You can wait until age 65 to start your benefit. That way your benefit will not be reduced due to early payment.

NOTE: The size of the reduction varies based on your service and age at the time you receive your benefit. If at the time your employment ends you do not have 10 years of service and are not age 55 or older, or you do not have 10 years of service and at least 75 age + service points, then the size of the reduction will also depend on interest rates in effect at the time you receive your benefit.

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10K-A-DAY

Aim for 10,000 steps a day and use your favorite step tracker to record your activity. The more steps you take, the faster you move along one of the program’s fun virtual routes. You can participate up to three times and earn 100 points each time or up to 300 points ($300). How to track: To get started, you must first register for the 10K-A-Day challenge. Once you’re registered, there are two ways you can enter your steps: by syncing a tracking device or by entering them manually on the web or the 10K-A-Day smartphone app. If you own a tracker:
  • You can set up your device to automatically sync with the challenge. For instructions on syncing your Fitbit, Garmin, YOO, Movable or Apple Health tracking device, log on to rastaywell.com.
  • After you register and sync your device, your steps may be counted beginning Jan. 1, 2020, depending on the type of tracker you use.
  • Use the 10K-A-Day smartphone app to log activity (which simultaneously syncs with your online account), view recipes and health tips, “visit” locations, and track your progress.
If you do not own a tracker, or you complete activities when not wearing your tracker:
  • After you register, you can convert any activity into steps using the online tool, and record the activity as steps.
  • Or you can enter the step count from another type of step counter, pedometer or smartphone step tracker.
Goal: Stay active enough to complete 700,000 steps throughout the year. Or keep going to automatically complete 1,400,000 steps and earn a second incentive. If you want to keep moving, you can earn a third incentive by completing 2,100,000 steps. Timing: You can go at your own pace. For every 2,000 steps you record, you’ll move a mile on the 10K-A-Day route. Using a Tracking Device for 10K-A-Day If you are using a new tracker this year, be sure to update your challenge enrollment to make sure your device syncs. If you sync a Garmin for the first time, it will sync your steps back three months. A YOO, Movable or Apple Health device will sync your steps back six months. And a Fitbit will sync back 365 days. So, for example, if you register an Apple Health device on Sept. 1, 2020, the system will automatically backlog your steps from the previous six months. None of the devices will sync prior to Jan. 1, 2020.

ROCKWELL AUTOMATION WALKING CHALLENGE

The Rockwell Automation Walking Challenge is all about working more cardio into your life and staying active. You can complete this challenge two times and earn 100 points for each completed challenge, up to 200 points ($200). To get started, you can choose one of the two walking challenges listed below. Then print your tracking map from rastaywell.com. Any physical activity counts. You can use the conversion chart found on the back of your tracking map to convert your activities into steps.
  • 100 Miles in 100 Days
  • ROK Around the World
How to track: Track your steps on your tracking map. Once you complete your challenge, log in to the StayWell website one time to report your completion. Goal: Make it to the last stop of your walking challenge. Complete the same challenge a second time, or choose a different route, to earn a second incentive. Timing: Experts recommend that you walk or exercise the equivalent of 8,500 steps a day to reach 700,000 steps in about 12 weeks.     [groups] => ) ) [Plan Ahead] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Before making an election, you should carefully consider your benefit commencement date, early reduction factors that may apply and your distribution choice, as these may affect payment options and benefit amounts. Estimates of benefit amounts as of specific dates may be viewed on EmployeeConnect or obtained by contacting the RASC. [groups] => ) ) [Starting Pension Plan Payments If You Leave The Company But Are Not Retiring] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are leaving the company on or after Jan. 1, 2014, and are 100% vested in the Pension Plan but not eligible for retirement, you have a few options for taking your benefit with the optional early distribution. You may choose the type of Rockwell Automation Pension Plan payment you want from the available options, as well as how and when you want to receive it. You can start the pension election process online at Your Benefits Resources™ through EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [When You Can Receive A Pension Plan Benefit If You’re Not Eligible For Retirement] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are not yet eligible for retirement but are 100% vested in the Pension Plan and leaving Rockwell Automation on or after Jan. 1, 2014, you have an early distribution option for the Pension Plan. Generally, if you elect this early distribution option, you may elect a monthly annuity or lump-sum benefit payment option. [groups] => ) ) [Termination Benefits Summary] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are considering leaving Rockwell Automation for another opportunity or for retirement, download the Termination Benefits Summary to learn how leaving the company impacts your benefits. [groups] => ) ) [LTD 2: Cost] => Array ( [Long-Term Disability Insurance Option 2] => Array ( [content] => $0.31 per $100 of salary per month [groups] => ) ) [LTD 1: Cost] => Array ( [Long-Term Disability Insurance Option 1] => Array ( [content] => $0.20 per $100 of salary per month [groups] => ) ) [Children with Spouse/Domestic Partner] => Array ( [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance] => Array ( [content] => 15% of your benefit amount
($40,000 maximum child coverage) [groups] => ) ) [Children Only] => Array ( [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance] => Array ( [content] => 20% of your benefit amount [groups] => ) ) [Spouse/Domestic Partner with Children] => Array ( [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance] => Array ( [content] => 50% of your benefit amount [groups] => ) ) [Spouse/Domestic Partner Only] => Array ( [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance] => Array ( [content] => 60% of your benefit amount [groups] => ) ) [You] => Array ( [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance] => Array ( [content] => Up to $500,000 (in $10,000 increments) [groups] => ) ) [Coverage If You Leave or Retire From the Company] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You may continue to have Supplemental Life and Voluntary Accidental Death and Dismemberment coverage in one of two ways. Portability means that you can continue coverage under the same or a similar group policy and be billed directly by MetLife. Alternatively, you may convert Supplemental Life insurance coverage to a non-group, individual policy. Conversion means that you can elect coverage without proving that you are in good health. [groups] => ) ) [Life Insurance Accelerated Benefit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you or your spouse is diagnosed with a terminal illness, you can take an accelerated benefit from your Supplemental Life Insurance coverage and take a trip or vacation to spend some quality time together paid for by your coverage. [groups] => ) ) [Health Care Reform Marketplace Notice and FAQs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Health Care Reform — what's it all about? Find out by downloading the marketplace notice and FAQs. [groups] => ) ) [U.S. Jury Duty] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Company supports the trial by jury system by providing you with paid time off to serve. For more information on jury duty, read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [U.S. Personal Leave of Absence] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you want a leave of absence for personal reasons, the Company will consider it. For more information on this type of leave not covered by other policies, read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [U.S. Military Duty Leave of Absence] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => We provide leave, oftentimes paid, for our employees who miss work because they are actively deployed or participate in a military reserve program. For more information on the types of leaves, read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [U.S. Medical Leave of Absence] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you believe you need a leave of absence from work for medical reasons, you may qualify for a leave. For more information on the types of leaves, read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [U.S. Bereavement Time Off] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation recognizes the death of a loved one as a traumatic event requiring a period of bereavement, and the Company grants paid time off to an employee during this period of initial grieving. For more information, read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [Prudential Disability Claim Submission] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Learn about submitting a disability claim through Prudential by downloading this brochure. [groups] => ) ) [Educational Assistance Program for U.S. Employees] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Educational Assistance Program provides a framework for investing in Rockwell Automation employees, their future roles as well as maximizing the knowledge and skills required to support its current core processes, technologies and business initiatives. Read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [Family and Medical Leave] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Employees may be entitled to an unpaid leave of absence under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. This policy provides employees information concerning FMLA entitlements and obligations employees may have during such leaves. If employees have any questions concerning FMLA, they should contact their supervisor. [groups] => ) ) [Retirement Election Process Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download your go-to guide for a hassle-free retirement at Rockwell Automation. [groups] => ) ) [Get an estimate of your Social Security benefit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can get an estimate of your Social Security benefit at any time by going to the Social Security Administration website and selecting "Retirement Estimator". You can also call the Social Security Administration and request an estimate be sent to you. [groups] => ) ) [When To Apply For Medicare] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Coverage for Medicare Parts A and B is not automatic. You need to apply for it by going to www.medicare.gov.
  • If you retire before or at age 65, it's best to apply for coverage three months before you turn age 65. You can also apply up to three months after the month in which you turn age 65 without paying a late-enrollment penalty.
  • If you continue to work past age 65, it's best to apply for coverage three months before your retirement month (since the medical coverage you have as an active employee will end at the end of the month in which you retire). You also can apply for Medicare up to eight months after your active employee medical coverage ends without paying a late-enrollment penalty.
[groups] => ) ) [Paying for Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can choose to pay your monthly cost for coverage by:
  • Automatic after-tax deduction from your monthly pension check if you elect to begin your benefit right after you retire and the check amount is sufficient to cover the cost of your medical coverage (this option is not available if you choose to have your pension benefit paid to you in a single lump-sum cash payment).
  • Automatic funds transfer from a checking or savings account
  • Check or money order that you need to mail to the Rockwell Automation Service Center each month. You will get a bill in the mail if you choose this option.
NOTE: If you have an existing HSA balance, it may be used for eligible health expenses even after you stop contributing. For example, you may use the money in your HSA to pay your share of the cost for retiree medical coverage and out-of-pocket medical expenses. For a complete list of HSA-eligible expenses, request a copy of the IRS Publication 502 by calling 1.800.829.3676 or by visiting the IRS website and clicking on “Forms and Publications.” [groups] => ) ) [If You Are Not Eligible For Retiree Medical Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you're not eligible for retiree medical coverage from Rockwell Automation, you should consider enrolling in COBRA medical coverage. COBRA enrollment information will be automatically sent to you within 30 days after your retirement date. [groups] => ) ) [If You Are Eligible for Retiree Medical Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here's what you should do if you're eligible for retiree medical coverage from Rockwell Automation:
  1. Make your retiree medical coverage election within 30 days after your retirement date. You have two ways to do that:
    • Go online to EmployeeConnect and go to the Your Benefits Resources™ home page. From there, go to the "Retirement Hub" tile, then "Get Started," followed by “Retire Now” under Pension; then click on “Make Pension Choices”, or
    • Call the RASC and say, "retirement" when prompted.
  2. Provide the RASC with copies of any legal documents that relate to who has rights to help you with decisions related to your medical coverage, such as a health care power of attorney.
  3. Keep the RASC informed of any address changes so that they know where to mail your Annual Enrollment kit.
  4. Remove any dependents from your coverage who no longer meet the eligibility rules (such as a child who is age 26 or older).
[groups] => ) ) [More Information About Individual Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => For more information about buying individual retiree medical coverage, visit www.aarp.org or www.ehealthinsurance.com, or search for "individual medical coverage." To find a link to your state's marketplace, go to www.healthcare.gov. [groups] => ) ) [Other Possible Medical Coverage Options When You Retire] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
  • Medicare if you're age 65 or older
  • Via Benefits: All Medicare-eligible individuals have access to Via Benefits, a Willis Towers Watson service that will assist you in choosing from hundreds of supplemental and Medicare Advantage plans to find the best fit for you, taking into consideration your health status, prescription needs, vision and dental coverage needs, financial situation, etc. You may be eligible for transitional financial support for each year through 2019 if you elect a policy through Via Benefits.
  • COBRA* medical coverage (You should not enroll in COBRA medical coverage if you choose to enroll in a retiree medical plan.)
  • Individual coverage you buy on your own, either from an agent or through your state's health care marketplace
  • Coverage through your spouse's/domestic partner's employer
* For more information about COBRA coverage, download the Termination Benefits Summary. [groups] => ) ) [What to Do Before You Retire] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
  1. Call the RASC and say "retirement" when prompted to find out if you will be eligible for retiree medical coverage.
  2. Assess your medical coverage needs during retirement.
  3. Explore the medical coverage options that will be available to you once you retire, along with coverage costs for each.
  4. Schedule medical and dental services for whatever health care needs you may have before your coverage changes.
  5. Review the personalized Welfare Plan Retiree Enrollment Worksheet you will automatically receive from the RASC within 30 days before your retirement date if you’re eligible for retiree medical coverage and you informed the RASC earlier of your retirement date.
Call the RASC and say "retirement" when prompted if you don’t receive this information within 15 days before your last day worked and you think you will be eligible for retiree medical coverage. [groups] => ) ) [Know Your Cost for Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your cost for coverage is based on your years of service at retirement and each person you choose to cover. Additional costs will apply if you choose to cover eligible children. For information regarding your retiree medical cost for coverage, download the Termination Benefits Summary. Contact the RASC for additional rate information. [groups] => ) ) [Your Retirement Medical Coverage Choices] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

Pre-65 Coverage Choices

For retirees and/or dependents who are under age 65 and not eligible for Medicare

You have the same medical plan choices as those available to active employees; these choices include prescription drug coverage. However, HSA option participants will not receive a company contribution. You can choose to continue the same Rockwell Automation medical coverage you have today after you retire or you can choose a different plan. Participation in a pre-65 medical plan will end when you or your dependent becomes eligible for Medicare (usually this happens at age 65). At that time, you or your dependent will be offered the opportunity to enroll in the post-65 medical choice.

Post-65 (Medicare-Eligible) Choice

For retirees and/or dependents who are age 65 or older, or otherwise eligible for Medicare, such as due to a disability

OneExchange will assist Medicare-eligible retirees and their Medicare-eligible dependents with selecting individual medical and prescription drug coverage from the Medicare market. If you meet certain requirements, which are explained in further detail on page 30, you will be eligible to receive financial support for your medical costs from Rockwell Automation each year through 2019.

NOTE: If you choose coverage outside of OneExchange, you will not receive financial support from Rockwell Automation.

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If you meet eligibility requirements and retire before age 65 (before you’re Medicare-eligible), Rockwell Automation offers you pre-65 medical coverage. Then, when you turn 65 or become eligible for Medicare, you’ll have access to OneExchange, a service that helps you choose an individual supplemental Medicare plan. And, if you meet the requirements, you may receive transitional financial support for your medical costs from Rockwell Automation for each year through 2019.

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NOTE:

If you or your dependent defers or drops coverage under the Plan after termination of your employment, you or your dependent may later re-enroll in a retiree medical plan, but Rockwell Automation will not pay any employer contribution. In addition, if you do not elect a supplemental Medicare plan through Via Benefits when you first become eligible, or if you later drop this coverage, you will not be eligible for post-65 transitional financial support from Rockwell Automation.

[groups] => ) ) [When You Can Enroll] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you’re eligible for retiree medical coverage from Rockwell Automation, you can choose to enroll and start this coverage at one of the following times:
  • The first of the month following your retirement date.
  • The date you no longer have other group medical coverage, such as through your spouse’s employer, provided you had other coverage at the time of your retirement. You have to enroll in Rockwell Automation’s retiree medical coverage within 31 days of your other coverage ending. However, you will not receive the company subsidy.
  • During the Annual Enrollment period, which is typically held in November of each year. Your coverage will start on Jan. 1 of the following year.

If you enroll in an individual medical policy through Via Benefits when you first become eligible, you may qualify for transitional financial support provided by Rockwell Automation.

[groups] => ) ) [Retiree Medical Age and Service Points] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => One “point” is given for each year of your age and each year you’ve worked at Rockwell Automation. (You receive one twelfth of a point for each full month of your age and each month in which you work at least one day at Rockwell Automation.) For example, if you’re 56 years old and you’ve worked at Rockwell Automation for 22 years, you have 78 service points (56 + 22 = 78). This means you’re eligible for retiree medical coverage from Rockwell Automation. [groups] => ) ) [Find Out if You’re Eligible] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Eligible employees have the opportunity to enroll in Rockwell Automation retiree medical coverage. The choices available depend on whether you and your spouse/domestic partner are eligible for Medicare, which typically happens when you reach age 65. You are eligible for Rockwell Automation retiree medical coverage if you meet these three rules when you retire from Rockwell Automation:
  • You are at least age 55, and
  • You have at least 10 years of service, and
  • Your age and service points equal 75 or higher.
About Your Retirement Age If you meet eligibility requirements and retire before age 65 (before you're Medicare-eligible), Rockwell Automation offers you pre-65 medical coverage. Then, when you turn 65 or become eligible for Medicare, you'll have access to Via Benefits, a service that helps you choose an individual supplemental Medicare plan. And, if you meet the requirements, you may receive transitional financial support for your medical costs through Rockwell Automation for each year through 2019. Coverage for your Dependents

If you are under age 65 and you enroll in Rockwell Automation retiree medical coverage, you can enroll your eligible dependents. In general, this includes your pre-65 spouse/domestic partner and children under age 26.

To be considered an eligible dependent, your family member must be eligible for coverage at the time you retire. You cannot enroll any new dependents you gain after you retire, such as a new spouse/domestic partner. Also, you must keep your pre-65 coverage as a retiree in order to cover a pre-65 spouse or dependent. If enrolled, your pre-65 spouse can remain covered after you are age 65 and eligible for Medicare.

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What to Do Before You Elect Your Pension Benefit

Finalize your pension choices with the RASC after you have reviewed your Pension Election Confirmation Statement and Pension Election Authorization Form for accuracy.

When to Do It

The deadline to receive your pension benefit on the first day of the month is the 10th of the previous month. (For example, if your last day worked is April 30, you would need to take this step by April 10 at the latest to receive your first monthly check on May 1. If your last day worked is May 3, you would need to do it by May 10 in order to receive your first monthly check on June 1.)

How to Do It

Sign the Pension Election Authorization Form you received earlier and return it to the RASC by fax or mail, along with any other required information. In some cases, you may also be able to return the form using document upload. Contact information will be on the first page of your Pension Election Authorization Form.

What to Expect Next

Your pension choices will take effect and your benefit will be paid to you based on the elections you made. If you elected to start your benefit right away and the RASC receives all required information by the 10th of your last month working at Rockwell Automation, here’s the earliest you will receive it:
  • If you elect the Single Life Annuity, 10-Year Certain and Life Annuity or Joint and Survivor Annuity: First of the month after your last day worked. (For example, if your last day worked is April 30, you would receive your first monthly payment on May 1. If your last day worked is May 3, you would receive it on June 1.)
  • If you elect the Lump-Sum Cash Payment: 90 – 120 days after your last day worked. (For example, if you return your paperwork on time and your last day worked is April 5, you could receive your lump-sum payment on July 1. If your last day worked is April 30, you could receive your lump-sum payment on Aug. 1.)
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What to Do Before You Elect Your Pension Benefit

Advise the RASC of your pension elections, direct deposit information and tax withholding elections, or provide rollover information if electing a lump-sum payment, after you review the information in your Pension Benefit Commencement Kit. Also, inform them of any updates to your or your spouse's personal information.

When to Do It

30 – 60 days before your last day worked. (If you are retiring or leaving the company before the normal retirement age and you want to postpone receiving your pension benefits to a later date, you will want to do this within 30 – 60 days before you want your payment(s) to start.)

How to Do It

Call the RASC and say “pension” or "retirement" when prompted.

What to Expect Next

You will receive a confirmation packet after you notify the RASC of your pension choices. You can request that the RASC mail the packet to your home address or send it to your secure participant mailbox through Your Benefits Resources™. Your packet will arrive in about two weeks if it is mailed to you or within a week if it’s sent to your secure participant mailbox. It will include the following pieces, and you should carefully review them to make sure the information shown is accurate based on your personal situation:
  • Pension Election Confirmation Statement summarizing the choices you made
  • Pension Election Authorization Form that you need to complete and return to verify your choices
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  • Any type of after-tax contribution (including rollover contributions)
  • Any type of Roth after-tax contribution (including Roth after-tax catch-up and rollover contributions)
  • Investment earnings on any type of Roth after-tax contribution as long as the money has been in your account for at least five years and you receive it after age 59½
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  • Any type of pre-tax contribution (including pre-tax catch-up and rollover contributions) and investment earnings on those contributions
  • Investment earnings on any type of after-tax contribution
  • Investment earnings on any type of Roth after-tax contribution if the money has been in your account for less than five years and/or you receive the money before age 59½
  • Company matching contributions, other company contributions and investment earnings on all company contributions
[groups] => ) ) [About Medicare] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Medicare is the federal health insurance program for people age 65 or older. Some people who are between the ages of 18 and 65 with certain disabilities that prevent them from working can also get Medicare. People who work past age 65 and are covered by their employer’s medical plan usually hold off on enrolling in Medicare until after their employment ends. [groups] => ) ) [Make Changes to Your Medicare Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => After you enroll in Medicare, you will have an opportunity each year to make changes to your coverage election. For more details, see this tip sheet from the Medicare website. [groups] => ) ) [Using Medicare] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => With traditional Medicare, you can go to any doctor, hospital or other provider that takes Medicare patients. You usually pay a deductible and part of the cost of the services you receive. Medicare decides what amounts doctors and other health care providers can charge for the services Medicare covers. [groups] => ) ) [When to Apply for Medicare Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Coverage for Medicare Parts A and B is not automatic. You need to apply for it. You can do that by going to the Medicare website.
  • If you retire before or at age 65, it’s best to apply for coverage three months before you turn age 65. You also can apply up to three months after the month in which you turn age 65 without paying a late-enrollment penalty.
  • If you continue to work past age 65, it’s best to apply for coverage three months before your retirement month (since the medical coverage you have as an active employee will end at the end of the month in which you retire).
[groups] => ) ) [What You Need to Apply for Medicare] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => When you apply for Medicare, you will need to provide the Social Security Administration with the following forms:
  • CMS 40B (Application for Enrollment in Medicare)
  • CMS L564 (Request for Employment Information)
Call the Social Security Administration to request copies of these forms be sent to you. Then call the RASC to have the forms completed on behalf of Rockwell Automation. [groups] => ) ) [Quick Facts About Medicare Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
  • Medicare Part A covers hospital expenses. This coverage is provided at no cost for most people.
  • Medicare Part B covers doctor office visits, outpatient care and other medical services. You pay a monthly premium to have this coverage.
  • You can join a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan if you want prescription drug coverage. You will pay an additional premium for this coverage. For more details, go to the Medicare website.
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  1. Once your first pension payment is issued, you will not be able to make different choices for your pension benefit payment option. However, you can make changes at any time before then. To do that, you would need to restart the entire process.
  2. About 60 days after your last day worked, the RASC will recalculate your pension benefit using your actual final pay information. The benefit recalculation is part of the “true-up" process.
    • If you elect the Single Life Annuity, 10-Year Certain and Life Annuity or Joint and Survivor Annuity: Your monthly benefit payment could go up or down after the “true-up” is completed. In most cases, the change in benefit amount is not significant.
    • If you elect the Lump-Sum Cash Payment: Your payment will not be made until after the “true-up” is completed. It takes about 30 – 60 days to finalize your lump-sum payment election after the “true-up” process is completed. That means you would receive your lump-sum cash payment 90 – 120 days after your last day worked (60 days for the “true-up” process, plus 30 – 60 days to finalize the payment process).
  3. Be mindful of the deadlines. You must return your Pension Election Authorization Form by the 10th of your last month worked to receive your pension benefit on the date you choose. If you return your Pension Election Authorization Form to the RASC after the 10th of your last month at Rockwell Automation, your pension payment will be delayed by one month. For example, if your last day worked is April 30 but you return your signed Pension Election Authorization Form to the RASC after April 10, here’s the earliest you would receive your benefit if you choose to start it right away:
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What to Do Before You Elect Your Pension Benefit

Inform the RASC of your expected last day worked and when you want to start your pension benefits (either immediately after you leave the company or postponed until a later date). If your pension payment start date is within 90 days of when you contact the RASC, you may request a Pension Benefit Commencement Kit. If it’s more than 90 days away you can receive an estimate of your benefit, and you’ll need to follow up with the RASC when you’re within 90 days (but at least 60 days) of your payment start date to request that a Pension Benefit Commencement Kit be sent to you.

When to Do It

  • If you’re ready to start your pension benefit, you need to request the Pension Benefit Commencement Kit 60 – 90 days before your last day worked.
  • If you’re not ready to elect your pension benefit, you don’t have to do anything until you are ready to start the process.

How to Do It

You can either:
  • Go online to EmployeeConnect and go to the Your Benefits Resources™ home page. From there, click on “Savings and Retirement” followed by “Retire Now” under Pension; then click on “Make Pension Choices”, or
  • Call the RASC and say “pension” or "retirement" when prompted.

What to Expect Next

If your pension payment start date is within 60–90 days, you will receive a personalized information packet—called your Pension Benefit Commencement Kit. You can request that the RASC mail the kit to your home address. Your kit will arrive in about two weeks.
Your kit will include these pieces:
  • Instructions on what to do
  • Pension Elections Worksheet for you to reference as you make decisions regarding your pension benefit
  • Pension Calculation Statement showing the personal information that was used to calculate your pension benefit and the amount of your benefit under each payment option that is available to you
  • Pension Option Descriptions summarizing the payment options
  • Notice of Rights outlining the legal information we are required to provide to you before you make your pension choices
  • Special Tax Notice Regarding Plan Payments outlining the tax consequences of receiving your benefit
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Available to everyone

How Long Benefits Are Paid

  • You receive a single cash payment of your entire benefit. No other benefits are payable under the Plan after you receive the payment.
  • The single cash payment is equal to the present value of your monthly payments, which are determined by the interest rates released each August and mortality table in effect at the time you receive the benefit.
  • You can defer paying taxes on your lump-sum payment by directly rolling it over to an IRA or other eligible employer’s retirement plan. If you don't directly roll over your payment, then you have 60 days to roll it over.

NOTE: If you don’t directly roll over your lump-sum payment, the IRS requires that 20% automatically be withheld and you will have to pay additional income taxes at tax filing time if the 20% withholding amount is not enough. If you are under age 59½, early withdrawal taxes may apply. Your payment is also subject to state and local income taxes where applicable. Some states, such as Ohio, require automatic state tax withholding, and you may be required to pay additional taxes at tax filing time if the amount withheld is not enough.

Why Choose It

  • You feel comfortable investing the lump-sum value of your pension benefit so that you can provide yourself with a steady stream of lifetime income.
  • You do not want to receive monthly benefit payments for life.
  • You may have the opportunity to pass any remaining amount of your lump-sum payment to your heirs upon your death.

NOTE: If you’re married when payments begin, you may be required to submit spousal consent to choose this payment option.

Still Have Questions?

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Available to everyone who is married

The 50% Joint and Survivor Annuity is the normal or default form of payment if you are married and you don’t choose a different payment option (with your spouse’s consent).

How Long Benefits Are Paid

  • A reduced monthly benefit is paid to you for your lifetime.
  • If you die before your spouse, he or she will receive a monthly benefit for the rest of his or her life. If your spouse dies before you, no benefits will be paid to a new beneficiary when you die. In addition, once your payments start, you cannot change your payment option—even if your spouse dies before you or you get divorced.
  • The monthly benefit amount is calculated based on your age and your spouse’s age when your benefit payment is to start, and you choose the monthly amount your spouse is to receive after you die, such as 50% or 75% of your monthly benefit. Refer to the personalized Pension Calculation Statement you will receive in your Pension Benefit Commencement Kit for the benefit amounts.

Why Choose It

  • You are married at the time you elect your benefit.
  • You want to provide ongoing monthly benefits to your spouse for his/her lifetime.
  • Your spouse will not consent to a different form of payment.
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Available to anyone who is retirement-eligible when his or her employment with Rockwell Automation ends

This is the normal or default form of payment if you’re single when you retire and you don’t choose a different payment option.

How Long Benefits Are Paid

  • A reduced monthly benefit is paid to you for your lifetime with benefit payments guaranteed for 10 years.
  • If you die before receiving payments for 10 full years, your named beneficiary will receive the same payment amount for the remaining months.
  • Payments to your beneficiary will stop after payments have been made for a total of 10 years (payments to you plus payments to your beneficiary).

Why Choose It

  • You want to receive a monthly benefit for your lifetime.
  • You want to provide a beneficiary with a limited number of payments if you were to die within 10 years of when your payments start.

NOTE: If you're married when payments begin, you may be required to submit spousal consent to choose this payment option. This payment option is not available to employees who leave Rockwell Automation before they are eligible for early retirement.

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Available to everyone

How Long Benefits Are Paid

  • A monthly benefit is paid to you for your lifetime.
  • No benefits are paid after you die.

Why Choose It

  • You want to receive the highest monthly benefit possible for your lifetime.
  • There's no need to provide benefits to anyone else after you die.

NOTE: If you’re married when payments begin, you may be required to submit spousal consent to choose this payment option.

[groups] => ) ) [Choosing a Payment Option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Before you leave the company, you decide how you want your pension benefit to be paid to you—either as a recurring monthly payment or a single lump-sum cash payment. The value of the benefit is equal under all the payment options. However, the actual amounts will differ based on the number of payments that are guaranteed, such as monthly benefits only to you or monthly benefits to you and another person. [groups] => ) ) [Consider These Things Before You Retire] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Before you retire, you need to be aware of a few things as it relates to your pension benefit: [groups] => ) ) [Calculate Your Pension Plan Benefit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation pays the full cost of your Pension Plan benefit. The amount of your benefit is calculated using a formula that takes into account:
  • Your age at retirement (and your spouse's age, if married)
  • Your years of service with Rockwell Automation (called your credited service)
  • Your salary history over the last 10 years while working at Rockwell Automation
  • The payment option you elect
[groups] => ) ) [You must apply to receive Social Security benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Social Security benefits are not paid automatically. You must apply to receive a benefit, which you can do online, by phone or in person.
  • Online: Go to the Social Security Administration website and click on “Apply online for retirement, disability or Medicare benefits” on the left side of your screen.
  • Phone: Call the Social Security Administration.
  • In person: Make an appointment with your local Social Security office.
  • [groups] => ) ) [Starting your Social Security benefit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can request to start your benefit before or after your normal Social Security retirement age.
    • The earliest you can start your benefit is age 62. Your benefit amount will be reduced if you start it early.
    • Your benefit amount will be higher if you start it at or after your normal Social Security retirement age. So if you don’t need your Social Security benefit right away, you may want to postpone starting it until a later date so that your benefit will be larger.
    The date you start your Social Security benefit doesn’t have to coincide with your retirement from Rockwell Automation or when you receive your Pension Plan benefit. [groups] => ) ) [When Your Social Security Benefit Can Begin] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Full benefits are payable at your normal (or full) Social Security retirement age—either age 65, 66 or 67, depending on the year you were born. (Visit the Social Security Administration website and enter “normal retirement age” in the search box to find a chart showing the normal retirement age for different years of birth.) [groups] => ) ) [Social Security] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You and your employers (including Rockwell Automation) have been contributing to your Social Security benefit throughout your working years. The options for Social Security retirement benefits are very complex. Consider consulting with a trusted financial advisor to help you make a decision that best fits your needs. [groups] => ) ) [Government-Provided Retirement Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => In addition to the retirement benefits you get from Rockwell Automation, you also will want to consider when you need to apply for Social Security and Medicare—the retirement benefits the government offers. [groups] => ) ) [If Your Vested Account Balance is $1,000 or Less When You Retire] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
    1. Review the information you will automatically receive from Fidelity that outlines your distribution choices.
    2. Decide what to do with your vested account balance: receive it as a single lump-sum cash payment that will be taxed, elect a direct rollover to an IRA or a new employer’s plan that accepts rollovers, or request a partial withdrawal from your account balance if you are age 59 ½ or older.
    3. Notify the Rockwell Automation Service Center at Fidelity within 90 days following your retirement if you want to elect a direct rollover.
    4. Prepare to receive your vested account balance as a single lump-sum cash payment (less the required income tax withholding) if you do not elect a direct rollover within 90 days following your retirement date. If you do not elect a direct rollover, you will receive the payment at the end of the calendar quarter that follows after the calendar quarter in which you retire. For example, if you retire on June 3, you would receive your payment by the end of September.
    [groups] => ) ) [If Your Vested Account Balance is More Than $1,000 When You Retire] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
    1. Consider consulting with a trusted investment advisor, tax specialist or attorney to help you decide the distribution option—and payment timing—that will best fit your needs.
    2. Make your distribution election with Fidelity within one to two weeks of when you want to receive a distribution. To do that, call the Rockwell Automation Service Center at Fidelity.
    3. Expect to receive a personalized distribution information packet from Fidelity summarizing your distribution choices if you do not make a distribution election shortly after you retire. This packet will arrive within the first month following your retirement date.
    4. If you decide to roll over your account balance into an IRA, explore several IRA providers to find one that will fit your needs. (Rockwell Automation does not endorse or recommend any IRA providers.)
    5. Count on having your vested account balance stay in the Rockwell Automation Retirement Savings Plan until you make a distribution election.
    [groups] => ) ) [When You Can Expect Your Distribution] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your distribution request (direct rollover or cash payment) from your Retirement Savings Plan account will be processed in one to two business days. It may take one to two weeks for you to receive it. [groups] => ) ) [Request a partial withdrawal if you are 59½ or older.] => Array ( [Distribution Options] => Array ( [content] =>

    You may elect to receive a portion of your account balance paid to you in a cash payment, less tax withholding as required by law. The remainder of your balance stays in your account tax-deferred, and you continue to control your investment choices.

    Things to Consider

    • The IRS requires that 20% is withheld for federal income taxes on any taxable portion of your payment. You may have to pay additional taxes at tax filing time if the 20% is not enough, in addition to any applicable state or local taxes.
    • To select the amount, source or investment for a partial withdrawal after age 59 1/2, call the Service Center at Fidelity at 1.877.ROK.401K (1.877.765.4015).
    [groups] => ) ) [Pension Age and Service Points] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => These are used to determine if you’re eligible for a reduced early retirement benefit from the Pension Plan. One “point” is given for each year of your age and each year you’ve worked at Rockwell Automation. (You receive one twelfth of a point for each full month of your age and each month in which you work at least one day at Rockwell Automation.) For example, if you’re 52 years old and you’ve worked at Rockwell Automation for 24 years, you have 76 points (52 + 24 = 76). This means you’re eligible for a reduced early retirement benefit. [groups] => ) ) [Credited Service] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Basically, this is all the years you’ve worked at Rockwell Automation. It is used to calculate the amount of your pension benefit and to determine age + service points and your eligibility for early retirement. In general, you earn credited service while you are actively employed as a salaried or hourly employee at a location covered by the Plan, from your first month of employment through the month in which your termination date occurs. Each calendar month counts as one twelfth of a year of credited service. A year of credited service is 365 days of credited service. [groups] => ) ) [After Age 65 (Late Retirement)] => Array ( [Retirement Age Information] => Array ( [content] =>

    What Happens

    You continue to work at Rockwell Automation after you reach age 65.

    When Your Pension Benefit May Start

    Under IRS rules, if you continue to work past age 65, you must start your benefit right after you retire and it will not be reduced.

    NOTE: You continue to earn a pension benefit for as long as you work at Rockwell Automation. In other words, the extra time you work past age 65 will be factored into your benefit calculation.

    [groups] => ) ) [At Age 65 (Normal Retirement)] => Array ( [Retirement Age Information] => Array ( [content] =>

    What Happens

    You continue to work for Rockwell Automation until you reach age 65.

    When Your Pension Benefit May Start

    Under IRS rules, you must start your benefit right after you retire and it will not be reduced.

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    What Happens

    You stop working at Rockwell Automation before age 65.

    When Your Pension Benefit May Start

    • You may start your early retirement pension benefit right after you stop working, but it will be reduced if you are younger than age 65. (It’s reduced because of the longer period of time it’s expected to be paid.)

    NOTE: The size of the reduction varies based on your service and age at the time you receive your benefit. If at the time your employment ends you do not have 10 years of service and are not age 55 or older, or you do not have 10 years of service and at least 75 age + service points, then the size of the reduction will also depend on interest rates in effect at the time you receive your benefit.

    [groups] => ) ) [When You Can Retire and Receive a Pension Plan Benefit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

    The normal retirement age is 65. You also can retire before or after age 65. If you retire on or after age 65, your pension payments must start right away. If you retire before age 65, you may be able to choose when you want to start your pension benefit—either right after you retire or at a later date.

    [groups] => ) ) [Take Note of These Rockwell Automation Stock Fund Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
    If a portion of your Retirement Savings Plan account continues to be invested in the Rockwell Automation Stock Fund after you retire and that amount is more than 15% of your total account balance, Fidelity will automatically transfer the portion that exceeds 15% of your account balance out of the Rockwell Automation Stock Fund and into the default target date fund in the year after you retire. If this applies to you, Fidelity will notify you in advance of the transfer.
    [groups] => ) ) [Retirement help from Financial Engines] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => As long as you maintain a balance in the Retirement Savings Plan, you have access to help from Financial Engines. You can talk to them about investing and spending strategies for the money you’ve saved in your 401(k) plan and how to make the most of all your sources of income. If you’re already receiving Professional Management, this service will continue until you cancel or withdraw your full balance from the Plan. To speak with an Investment Advisor Representative, call Fidelity Investments and ask to be connected to Financial Engines. [groups] => ) ) [Request a direct rollover] => Array ( [Distribution Options] => Array ( [content] =>

    Your vested account balance will be paid to an IRA (individual retirement account or individual retirement annuity) or a new employer’s retirement plan that accepts rollovers on your behalf.

    Things to Consider

    • With a direct rollover, you can continue to defer taxes on your account balance. Taxes will apply when this money is eventually paid to you.
    • If a portion of your account is invested in the Rockwell Automation Stock Fund, you’ll need to decide if you want it paid out as cash or as stock.
    [groups] => ) ) [Request annual installment payments] => Array ( [Distribution Options] => Array ( [content] =>

    You can only choose this option if your vested account balance is at least $10,000 and you retire at or after age 65, or at age 55 with at least 10 years of service.


    Your account balance will be paid to you in annual installment payments, with estimated taxes automatically being withheld on the taxable portion of your payment as required by law. You choose the payment time period, up to a maximum of 10 years. If you die before receiving all payments, the remaining balance will be paid to your beneficiary in a single lump-sum cash payment.

    Things to Consider

    • The IRS requires that 20% automatically be withheld on the taxable portion of your account balance. You will have to pay additional income taxes at tax filing time if the 20% withholding amount is not enough.
    • Your payment is also subject to state income taxes, and local income taxes where applicable. Some states, such as Ohio, require automatic state tax withholding. If you live in one of those states, you will have to pay additional state income taxes at tax filing time if the estimated withholding amount is not enough.
    [groups] => ) ) [Take a lump-sum cash distribution] => Array ( [Distribution Options] => Array ( [content] =>

    The full value of your vested account balance will be paid to you in a single cash payment, less the automatic tax withholding on the taxable portion of your payment, as required by law.

     

    NOTE: If your account balance is $1,000 or less, it will automatically be paid to you in a single lump-sum cash payment after you retire, unless you elect to transfer it as a direct rollover into an IRA or a new employer’s plan that accepts rollovers.

    Things to Consider

    • You receive a single cash payment of your entire vested account balance. No other benefits are payable from the Plan after you receive the payment.
    • You can defer paying taxes on your lump-sum payment by rolling it over to an IRA or other eligible employer’s retirement plan within 60 days of when you receive it.
    • If a portion of your account is invested in the Rockwell Automation Stock Fund, you’ll need to decide how you want it paid out—either as cash or as stock.

    NOTE: If you don’t roll over your lump-sum payment, the IRS requires that 20% automatically be withheld and you will have to pay additional income taxes at tax filing time if the 20% withholding amount is not enough. If you are younger than 59½, early withdrawal taxes may apply. Your payment is also subject to state and local income taxes where applicable. Some states, such as Ohio, require automatic state tax withholding, and you may be required to pay additional taxes at tax filing time if the amount withheld is not enough.

    [groups] => ) ) [Leave your money in the Rockwell Automation Retirement Savings Plan] => Array ( [Distribution Options] => Array ( [content] =>

    Your account balance will stay in your account where you can continue to defer taxes on this money and control your investments by using the investment choices available under the Plan.

     

    NOTE: This is what will happen if you don't make a choice when you retire (the Plan default).

    Things to Consider

    You can leave all of your money in the Plan up to age 70½. Taxes will apply when your taxable account balance is eventually paid to you.

     

    NOTE: IRS rules require that you begin to take your money out of the Plan by April 1 of the year after you reach age 70½. The only exception to this is if you continue to work past age 70½.

    [groups] => ) ) [Your distribution choices if your vested account balance is at least $1,000] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Contributions to your Retirement Savings Plan 401(k) account generally will stop with your last paycheck from Rockwell Automation. After you retire, you get to choose what you want to do with the money in your account as long as your vested account balance is at least $1,000. (Unlike with the Pension Plan, Retirement Savings Plan distribution choices cannot be made before you retire.) Before you receive money from your Retirement Savings Plan account, it's a good idea to seek the help of a trusted financial advisor for distribution advice, including how to receive any portion of your account that is invested in the Rockwell Automation Stock Fund. Here are your distribution options (provided your vested account balance is at least $1,000) that you can make after you retire: [groups] => ) ) [Make sure the Rockwell Automation Service Center at Fidelity knows how to reach you] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => After you retire and while you still have money in your Retirement Savings Plan account, you will need to keep the Rockwell Automation Service Center at Fidelity informed of any changes in your contact information, such as your address or phone number. [groups] => ) ) [What Gets Taxed?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The type of contributions that you make to your Retirement Savings Plan (401(k) Plan) account determines what gets taxed when you receive the money. Refer to the Retirement Savings Plan SPD for more details about the tax treatment of your account. You can download it by logging into your account or calling Fidelity. [groups] => ) ) [Unused Vacation Balance] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Any unused, earned vacation days and floating holidays through your last day of work will be paid out to you in a lump sum with your final paycheck, and will not be used to extend your service beyond your last day worked. Typically, you receive your final paycheck within two weeks after you retire. To verify your unused vacation balance, talk to your Human Resources representative or visit SAP > Employee Self Service > Working Time > Leave Request > Show Time Accounts. [groups] => ) ) [Do You Participate in a Non-Qualified Retirement Plan or Do You Have Stock Options or Other Equity Awards?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => There are additional items to consider when choosing your retirement date. For more information, download the Applying for Your Additional Retirement Benefits PDF guide. NOTE: The non-qualified retirement plans are offered to employees who are affected by the IRS compensation limits that apply to plans like the Pension Plan and Retirement Savings Plan. Employees who are eligible for any of these benefits received information at the time they became eligible for them. [groups] => ) ) [Why You Might Want to Choose a Date That’s Toward the Beginning of a Month] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
    • You gain an additional 1/12th of your annual vacation allowance that is then paid to you after you retire.
    • Many of your current benefits (such as medical and dental coverage) continue through the end of your retirement month. This gives you additional time to analyze your health care coverage needs during retirement and explore your options.
    NOTE: If you choose a retirement date toward the beginning of a month, you’ll need to prepare for a slightly longer cash flow gap. For example, if you choose to retire on March 2, you would need to have enough savings on hand to cover one month of living expenses since your first pension check would arrive on April 1. (It takes 90 – 120 days following retirement to process a lump-sum cash payment from the Pension Plan.) [groups] => ) ) [Why You Might Want to Choose a Date That’s Toward the End of a Month] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
    • If you elect to receive your pension benefit in the form of a monthly payment, there’s less time between when you receive your last paycheck and when your first pension payment will arrive. That’s because pension payments are made on the first of the month. For example, if you retire on March 29, you could receive your first payment on April 1 if you return all your paperwork on time. (If you choose a lump-sum cash payment, It takes 90 – 120 days following retirement to process.)
    • If you participate in the Annual Employee Incentive Plan (AEIP) and work through Dec. 31 or the last business day of the year (you complete the first three months of the Plan’s fiscal year, which starts on Oct. 1) and there is a payout, you will be eligible for a portion of your bonus after you retire. For AEIP, retirement means on your last day worked: you are at least age 55 with 10 years of service or at least age 65 with 5 years of service. If you work through the 15th of your last month at Rockwell Automation, you will receive credit for a full month. Your bonus will be paid to you in December. For details about other incentive plans, talk to your HR representative.
    [groups] => ) ) [How to Choose a Retirement Date] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your last day worked (meaning your retirement date) can be any date you choose—toward the beginning, middle or end of the month. As you decide what date is best for your situation, you’ll want to think about what happens to the benefits you have today once you retire and how prepared you are for a gap in cash flow. [groups] => ) ) [These Benefits Will End on the Last Day of the Month in Which You Retire] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

    Medical

    You can elect to continue coverage for you and your family members under COBRA. You will automatically receive COBRA enrollment information after your employment ends. You should not elect COBRA coverage if you are eligible for retiree medical coverage from Rockwell Automation and choose to have this coverage start the first of the month after you retire. Learn more eligibility details.

    Health Reimbursement Account (HRA)

    You may use the money in your account on eligible expenses you incur by the end of the month in which you retire. You may continue to access this money if you choose to continue your medical coverage under COBRA or you enroll in the Rockwell Automation pre-65 retiree medical HRA option. Otherwise, you will forfeit any money left in your account.

    Health Savings Account (HSA)

    You keep the money in your account when you retire. To maintain your account, you will be responsible for paying the monthly service fee to HealthEquity, if you are no longer covered by the Rockwell Automation HSA option. Alternatively, you can roll your account balance to an HSA with another financial institution.

    Dental

    You can elect to continue coverage for you and your family members under COBRA. You will automatically receive COBRA enrollment information after your employment ends. COBRA coverage generally ends 18 months after you retire.

    Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs)

    Dependent Care: You may use the money in your account on eligible expenses you incur by the end of the month in which you retire. In keeping with IRS rules, any money left in your account will be forfeited. Health Care: You may use the money in your account on eligible expenses you incur by the end of the month in which you retire. If you have any money remaining after that, you can elect to continue your coverage under COBRA. You will automatically receive COBRA enrollment information after your employment ends.

    Basic Life Insurance

    You can convert your coverage to an individual policy directly with MetLife, the life insurance administrator.

    Supplemental Life Insurance

    You can either continue your coverage under a similar group policy with MetLife or convert coverage to an individual policy.

    Vision

    Your UnitedHealthcare Vision Plan coverage will end.

    Voluntary Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance

    You can either continue your coverage under a similar group policy with MetLife or convert coverage to an individual policy.

      [groups] => ) ) [These Benefits Will End on the Last Day You Work] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

    Pension Plan

    Your pension benefit will be calculated using your service information on your last day worked and your pay information that’s finalized 60 days after your last day worked. Learn about applying for your pension benefit.

    Retirement Savings Plan (401(k) Plan)

    Contributions to your account generally stop with your last paycheck. Learn more about what you can do with your vested account balance after you retire.

    Short- and Long-Term Disability

    Your coverage automatically ends and it cannot be continued.

    Vacation Days

    Any unused vacation days you have earned will be paid to you with your final paycheck as a lump sum. Typically, you receive your final paycheck within two weeks after you retire. [groups] => ) ) [Last Day Worked] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your last day worked is considered your retirement date for benefit purposes. Your last day worked is the earliest of the date:
    • You retire, die or terminate your employment with the Company (whether voluntary or not); or,
    • That is the first anniversary of the date you remain absent from employment with the Company (with or without pay) for any reason other than those listed in the first bullet. This includes leaves of absence, layoff, sickness or disability. However, if you are on a leave of absence that extends for more than 12 months, your last day of work will be extended to the last date of your approved leave of absence when calculating your vesting service.
    [groups] => ) ) [What Happens to the Benefits You Have Today] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Before you retire, you’ll want to take note of what happens to the benefits you have today. Some of these benefits will end on your last day worked at Rockwell Automation. Others will end on the last day of the month in which you retire (which could be your last day worked if you retire at the end of a month). With many of your benefits, you have the option to continue coverage after you retire. To find out what happens to all the benefits you have as an active employee when you retire, download the Termination Benefits Summary. The Termination Benefits Summary gives you details about what happens to each benefit, coverage continuation options and any next steps you would need to take. [groups] => ) ) [Key Dates for Navigating the Process] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here is a quick look at the four dates you need to keep in mind as you get the process going to receive your retirement benefits. For more personalized date information, use the Retirement Process Timeline.

    3 Months Before You Retire

    Start the Process
    • Know your benefits user IDs and passwords before you start the process
    • Inform the RASC of your retirement date and when you want your pension benefit to begin
    • Apply for Medicare (if you will be age 65 or older the day you retire)
    • Review the retiree medical options, if eligible

    2 Months Before You Retire

    Inform People of Your Decisions
    • Notify the RASC of your pension payment decision
    • Tell your manager that you are planning to retire

    1 Month Before You Retire

    Continue to Wrap Things Up
    • Review the retiree medical enrollment information that you will automatically receive from the RASC (provided you notified them earlier of your retirement date)
    • Contact your HR business partner two weeks before your retirement date to schedule your exit interview

    10th of Your Retirement Month

    Submit Your Pension Election Authorization Form by the Deadline
    • Return your form to the RASC by the 10th of your retirement month so that your pension benefit starts as soon as possible following your retirement
    [groups] => ) ) [Make note of the personal information that’s needed to access details about your Rockwell Automation benefits before and after you leave the company] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You will continue to use EmployeeConnect and the RASC for details about your benefits after you leave the company—like access to personalized information or modeling tools, or to work with a retirement specialist. Before you leave the company, it’s a good idea to make sure you know your user ID and/or password for using either of these resources. If new ones are needed, you can get them by visiting EmployeeConnect or calling the RASC. You may need to know other user IDs and passwords to access other benefits, too. [groups] => ) ) [Turn to Financial Engines for Advice] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Through Rockwell Automation, you have access to retirement help from Financial Engines. Their Investment Advisor Representatives can help you understand how to start spending from your Social Security, pension and 401(k) benefits. Their Online Advice and Professional Management services may also be useful: Online Advice: You have unlimited access to powerful retirement tools available to you at no additional cost through the Financial Engines link on NetBenefits® website. Professional Management: For a fee, experts can create and implement a retirement planning strategy that includes your 401(k) plan and considers any other retirement sources you tell them about. Call Fidelity and ask to be connected to a Financial Engines Investment Advisor Representative. Or, visit NetBenefits and click the Financial Engines link. [groups] => ) ) [Evaluate your health care needs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Rockwell Automation medical and dental coverage you have today will end on the last day of the month in which you retire. Depending on your age and years of service when you retire, you may be eligible for retiree medical coverage from Rockwell Automation. [groups] => ) ) [Turn to Your Rockwell Automation Resources for Help] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and MetLife Legal Plans (if you participate in this benefit) can help you identify the types of legal documents that may be useful for you to have. You also may want to consult with a trusted attorney. [groups] => ) ) [Review and update your legal documents] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The following types of important legal documents are good to have updated before you retire:
    • Powers of attorney: There are different types of powers of attorney, such as a power of attorney over health care and a power of attorney over property or finances. In these legal documents, you designate someone to make decisions for you in the event you’re unable to do so.
    • Living will: This legal document outlines the types of medical treatment and life-sustaining measures you want or don’t want.
    • Will: In this legal document, you designate someone to manage your estate and provide for the transfer of property at death.
    • Beneficiary designations: With these forms, you identify who you want to receive any benefits that may be payable to a beneficiary following your death, such as any remaining balance in your Retirement Savings Plan account (on Fidelity's website) and any life insurance benefits (on Your Benefits Resources™). To review your life insurance beneficiary designations, go to the Your Benefits Resources™ home page from EmployeeConnect, or call the RASC.
    Place your legal documents and other important information in a safe location and let family members know where to find them. It’s also a good idea to provide the RASC with copies of your financial-related powers of attorney. Call the RASC for details on how to submit this information. [groups] => ) ) [Prepare for a possible gap in cash flow] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => It takes time to process your Pension Plan and Retirement Savings Plan distribution elections, so you’ll want to plan your cash flow to accommodate a gap in time between your last paycheck and when you will receive those benefits (assuming you choose to receive them right after you retire). In general, here’s when you can expect to receive your Rockwell Automation retirement income benefits: [groups] => ) ) [Identify all of your retirement income sources] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => This will help you decide if you are financially ready to retire. Take a look at both your Rockwell Automation retirement income sources and those available outside of Rockwell Automation. These may include savings accounts, IRAs, retirement benefits from former employers and Social Security (if eligible). At any time, you can get an idea of your Rockwell Automation retirement income sources. Here's how:
    • Pension Plan: Use the Pension Calculator on EmployeeConnect to get an estimate of your benefit from the Pension Plan. (Find it on EmployeeConnect: Go to the Your Benefits Resources™ home page, go to the “Pension Benefits” tile, followed by “Get an Estimate”.) You can model many retirement date scenarios, including various assumptions regarding last day worked, pay and benefit payment start date, and compare your saved versions. You can also get help and request an estimate by calling the RASC and saying “pension” or "retirement" when prompted.
    • Retirement Savings Plan: Check your account balance by going online to NetBenefits, the Retirement Savings Plan’s website through Fidelity. You also can call the Rockwell Automation Service Center at Fidelity to ask questions and get information.
    [groups] => ) ) [Seek financial advice for retirement] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You have some important choices to make before you retire. Trusted investment advisors, tax specialists or attorneys can help you make decisions that are best for you and your financial situation. To give your financial advisors a better idea of the retirement benefits you get from Rockwell Automation, it’s a good idea to share your important benefits-related documents with them, such as:
    • The Summary Plan Descriptions (SPDs) for your retirement benefits (Pension Plan, Retirement Savings Plan and Retiree Medical)
    • Your most recent benefits statements (Pension Plan benefit estimate from Your Benefits ResourcesTM through EmployeeConnect or the RASC and Retirement Savings Plan account statements from Fidelity)
    • Your beneficiary designations (from Your Benefits ResourcesTM through EmployeeConnect and Fidelity)
    • Your Guide to a Hassle-Free Retirement
    You can download copies of your SPDs and Your Guide to a Hassle-Free Retirement by going to the Your Benefits ResourcesTM home page from EmployeeConnect, or you can request copies be sent to you by calling the RASC. [groups] => ) ) [Create your retirement budget] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Some expenses will likely go down after you retire, such as clothing or restaurant meals. Others might increase, such as hobbies, travel and health care expenses. That’s why it’s important to have a budget so that you’ll know if your retirement income sources will be enough to cover your anticipated expenses. There are a number of helpful budget planning resources online. These resources can help you identify the types of anticipated expenses that should be included, such as retiree health care coverage costs. You can find these resources online using your preferred search engine and searching these terms: “retirement,” “planning” and “budget”. [groups] => ) ) [Health Management Program Deadlines] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You must complete the HRQ, Take Action activities and the Health Screening between Jan. 16, 2020, with a deadline of Dec. 31, 2020. [groups] => ) ) [Supplemental Life Insurance Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Life insurance pays a benefit to your beneficiary if you die. You can buy Supplemental Life Insurance for yourself, your spouse/domestic partner and your children. [groups] => ) ) [Supplemental Life Insurance Eligibility] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can buy Supplemental Life Insurance for yourself, your spouse/domestic partner and your children. Child Life Insurance covers dependent children until the end of the month in which the child turns age 26. (Note: Child Life Insurance eligibility is the same as medical and dental eligibility.) [groups] => ) ) [Health Savings Account (HSA) option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Health Savings Account option (HSA) option is designed to protect you and your family financially when you need care. The HSA option comes with an account funded by Rockwell Automation; the amount you receive is based on who you cover. You can contribute to your account, too, up to IRS limits. You can find the limits on the IRS website: irs.gov. Here's what you pay in the HSA option when you receive care. [groups] => ) ) [Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) Option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) option is designed to protect you and your family financially when you need care. The HRA option comes with an account funded by Rockwell Automation; the amount you receive is based on who you cover. Here's what you pay in the HRA option when you receive care. [groups] => ) ) [Health Management Archive] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Looking for downloads from last year? Visit the Health Management Program download archive. [groups] => ) ) [Downloads] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Click on the category below to see the downloads in each section. [groups] => ) ) [About Best Doctors] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => All active employees participating in either the Rockwell Automation HSA or HRA medical option are eligible to access Best Doctors resources. Retiring employees will have Best Doctors access through their last month of employment. [groups] => ) ) [Tools you can use] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here’s how you can use Best Doctors:
    • Use Ask the Expert when you have questions about your health condition and treatment options to help you make an educated healthcare decision.
    • Get an in-depth medical review by a clinical team and expert physicians to figure out which care is right for you and improve your treatment outcomes.
    • Use the FindBestDoc service to connect with the right specialist for your condition.
    • Explore the Solutions Library for online tools and resources, or call our clinical coaches if your doctor recommends surgery. They can help guide you in your treatment decision-making.
    [groups] => ) ) [Coverage is different in the HRA option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are enrolled in the HRA option, your prescription drug coverage is different. Visit the HRA option page for prescription drug information that applies to you. [groups] => ) ) [Coverage is different in the HSA option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are enrolled in the HSA option, your prescription drug coverage is different. Visit the HSA option page for prescription drug information that applies to you. [groups] => ) ) [Prescription drug coverage depends on your medical plan] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation offers prescription drug coverage to all employees enrolled in a medical option. But, your coverage depends on the medical option you're in. If you're in the HSA option, your prescription drug costs are a part of your medical deductible. If you're in the HRA option, you don't have to meet your medical deductible before you start enjoying prescription drug benefits. [groups] => ) ) [Using the Money in Your HRA] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can use the money in your Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) to pay for eligible medical expenses for you and your dependents covered by the plan. Eligible expenses include prescription drugs, office visits and hospital expenses. If you do not use all the money in your HRA during the year, the funds roll over to the next plan year if you stay in the HRA option. [groups] => ) ) [Non-Preferred Brand Name (or Non-Formulary) Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Drugs that tend to be expensive and usually have a more cost-effective generic or preferred brand name alternative. [groups] => ) ) [Preferred Brand Name (or Formulary) Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Drugs that have been determined to provide effective treatment when used as intended, and typically cost less than non-preferred brand name drugs. [groups] => ) ) [Value-based Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Medication for high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes that Rockwell Automation has identified for a special pricing schedule, which cost 50% less compared to non-value-based drugs. [groups] => ) ) [Preventive Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Drugs used to treat conditions like high cholesterol and high blood pressure. For a list of eligible preventive drugs, visit CVS/caremark’s website. [groups] => ) ) [Maintenance Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Drugs that you take on an ongoing basis to treat chronic conditions, such as high blood pressure or cholesterol. [groups] => ) ) [Indirect generics] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Generic medications that treat the same conditions as other brand name medications but are a different chemical entity. [groups] => ) ) [Direct Generics] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Generic medications that are the same chemical entity as their patent-expired brand name counterparts. [groups] => ) ) [Results Page Info] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here's a look at the prescription drug details that apply to you, based on your selections. Retake the Wizard to try again. [groups] => ) ) [Wizard Instructions] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Use the Prescription Drug Wizard to find out more about how your prescription drug plan works. Start by selecting your medical option. Then answer some questions about your prescription drug plan and preferences. [groups] => ) ) [Preventive Drugs Covered] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Since you've met your medical deductible, your generic preventive drug prescriptions are covered 100% by the plan. [groups] => ) ) [Met Your Medical Out-of-Pocket Maximum?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Because you’ve met your medical out-of-pocket maximum, Rockwell Automation pays 100% of your covered prescription drug expenses. However, if you choose to fill a brand name version of a drug that has a generic or indirect generic version available, you will still have to pay the brand penalty. [groups] => ) ) [Brand Penalty Does Not Count Toward Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The brand penalty, or cost you pay for filling the brand name drug versus the generic drug, does not count toward your out-of-pocket maximum. [groups] => ) ) [Find Preventive Prescription Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => For a list of eligible preventive prescription drugs, like medication to treat high cholesterol or high blood pressure, visit CVS/caremark's website. [groups] => ) ) [Value-Based Prescription Discount] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are enrolled in the HRA option and take medication for high blood pressure, high cholesterol or diabetes (medications only), you will pay 50% less for your value-based prescriptions. These conditions were selected for special value-based pricing because improving them will have the largest impact on the overall health of Rockwell Automation employees. [groups] => ) ) [Preferred vs. Non-Preferred Brand Name Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Preferred brand name (or formulary) drugs have been determined to provide effective treatment when used as intended and typically cost less then non-preferred brand name drugs. Non-preferred brand name (or non-formulary) drugs tend to be expensive and often have a less expensive generic or preferred brand name alternative available. [groups] => ) ) [Brand Penalty Does Not Count Toward Deductible or Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The brand penalty, or cost you pay for filling the brand name drug versus the generic drug, does not count toward your deductible or out-of-pocket maximum. [groups] => ) ) [Met Your Prescription Drug Out-of-Pocket Maximum?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Because you’ve met your prescription drug out-of-pocket maximum, Rockwell Automation pays 100% of your covered prescription drug expenses. However, if you choose to fill a brand name version of a drug that has a generic or indirect generic version available, you will still have to pay the brand penalty. [groups] => ) ) [Glossary] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => To find definitions about different prescription drug terms, visit the glossary. [groups] => ) ) [Maintenance Choice Program] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you take a maintenance drug and fill your prescription in a 30-day supply at a retail pharmacy, you will need to enroll in the Maintenance Choice Program. If you qualify for this program, you will receive a letter at least 10 days before your third fill is due. When you enroll in this program, you have the choice to receive your maintenance medication in a 90-day supply either through CVS/caremark mail order or at your local retail CVS pharmacy. You can opt out of the program at any time by calling CVS/caremark. [groups] => ) ) [About Indirect Generics] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you submit a brand name prescription and there is not a generic version available for that brand name drug, you may need to try either an indirect generic or preferred brand name drug. Ask your pharmacist to contact your doctor and request a prescription for another medication that treats the same condition. [groups] => ) ) [Leaving the Company] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are considering leaving Rockwell Automation for another opportunity or for retirement, review the Rockwell Automation Termination Benefits Summary PDF to learn how leaving the company impacts your benefits. Before you leave, you should also:
    • Consider how pay, benefits, and other programs may be affected
    • Provide your manager written notice of intent to leave
    • Contact your HR Generalist to schedule an exit interview
    • Verify time off and time worked records
    • Submit any outstanding work expenses for reimbursement
    • Return all company property
    • Verify personal information
    • Complete your exit interview
    [groups] => ) ) [Rockwell Automation Pension Plan Eligibility] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Rockwell Automation Pension Plan is closed to employees hired or rehired on or after July 1, 2010. If you transfer employment from a noncovered location to a covered location, your eligibility will depend on whether you had previously participated in this Plan or certain other pension plans of the Company as described in detail in the "Eligibility" section of the Summary Plan Description on EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [What is my Rockwell Automation Termination Date?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your termination date (also called your “last day worked”) is the earliest of the date:
    • You retire, die, or terminate your employment with the Company (whether voluntary or not); or,
    • That is the first anniversary of the date you remain absent from employment with the Company (with or without pay) for any reason other than those listed in the first bullet. This includes leaves of absence, layoff, sickness or disability. However, if you are on a leave of absence that extends for more than 12 months, your last day of work will be extended to the last date of your approved leave of absence when calculating your vesting service.
    [groups] => ) ) [Rockwell Automation Pension Plan Vesting] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Vesting refers to your right to receive a pension benefit from the Rockwell Automation Pension Plan, even if you leave the company before retirement. You are vested in the Plan when you:
    • Have completed five years of vesting service under the Plan, or
    • Reach normal retirement age (age 65) while working for the company.
    [groups] => ) ) [Rockwell Automation Pension Plan Vesting Service] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => This is used to define your ownership of your pension benefit. Vesting service is calculated beginning with the month in which you are first employed at Rockwell Automation and ending with the month in which your termination date occurs. It is calculated in years and fractions of years (one month equals one-twelfth of a year). For example, if you started working at the company on May 1, 2008, you would be vested in the Plan on April 2, 2013, if you had continued to work for the company during those five years. [groups] => ) ) [Working with a Rockwell Automation Retirement Specialist] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Retirement specialists understand how important your decisions are when it comes to your retirement benefits, including the Pension Plan. They’ll be able to record your elections for your Rockwell Automation Pension Plan (if eligible) and retiree medical elections (if eligible) over the phone (unless you choose to do so online), help you complete and return any required paperwork and help you understand:
    • How to pick a retirement date that maximizes the benefits you’ll receive from Rockwell Automation;
    • If eligible, what your Rockwell Automation Pension Plan and retiree medical benefits options are;
    • The forms and information you’ll receive in the mail about your benefits;
    • How to begin your Social Security and Medicare benefits; and
    • What action steps you need to take and when.
    [groups] => ) ) [When to Start the Pension Benefit Election Process] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are eligible for a Pension Plan benefit from Rockwell Automation, you should begin the process by requesting a Pension Benefit Commencement Kit 60 to 90 days before you want your pension benefit to begin. If  you are not within that 60- to 90-day period, you can receive an estimate of your pension benefit, but you cannot initiate the process. [groups] => ) ) [Change Your Contribution Amount] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can change your contribution amount or stop contributing altogether anytime throughout the year. If you leave Rockwell Automation, you can take your benefit with you or roll it over to an IRA, 401(k) or other qualified plan. Your contributions to other plans, like a 401(k), 403(b) or 457(b), can be rolled into the Retirement Savings Plan. Contact Fidelity for details. [groups] => ) ) [Auto-Enrollment] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you don't make any elections, you will automatically be enrolled at a 3% pre-tax contribution rate after you've worked at Rockwell Automation for 30 days. Your contributions will be invested in a default target fund, based on your birth date and target retirement date.

    You'll receive more information and an auto-enrollment notification letter from Fidelity approximately two weeks after your hire date. If you'd like to opt out of automatic contributions, you must change your contribution rate to 0% by the date noted on the notification letter. Contributions made to the Retirement Savings Plan cannot be refunded to you.

    [groups] => ) ) [Automatic Payroll Deductions] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Automatic payroll deductions help you save before you spend. You can save anywhere from 1 – 50% of your pay (up to $19,500 in 2020). You also can contribute an additional $6,000 in catch-up contributions if you are age 50 or older. [groups] => ) ) [Get Started at the Fidelity NetBenefits Website] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Learn more about your 401(k) plan and start saving by visiting Fidelity's website. You can also access the site through EmployeeConnect. On this site, you can:
    • Access a wide variety of financial planning tools. (Click on the "Tools & Learning" section from the home page.)
      • Contribution Calculator
      • Take-Home Pay Calculator
      • Withdrawal Calculator
      • Online Workshops
      • Income Strategy Evaluator and more!
    • Read the Summary Plan Description (SPD). It has all the information you need to know about contributions and how the 401(k) plan works.
    • Designate your beneficiaries under the "Your Profile" tab.
    • Start saving in the 401(k) plan or select the Roth 401(k) contributions.
    • Take advantage of the Financial Engines resource after you have a $5.00 account balance in the Retirement Savings Plan.
    • Manage your 401(k) account.
    [groups] => ) ) [Non-Elective Employer Contribution (NEC)] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you were hired or rehired on July 1, 2010 or later, Rockwell Automation will automatically contribute 3 – 7% of your eligible pay once a year. This contribution depends on your age and how long you have worked for the company as of Dec. 31. If you are an employee on the last day of the year, Rockwell Automation will make a contribution. You do not have to contribute to the Retirement Savings Plan to receive this NEC. If you do not choose investment funds for this contribution, it will be automatically invested in a default fund based on your target retirement date. The contribution to your Retirement Savings Plan account is generally made the following year at the end of March (for example, the 2019 NEC contribution will be deposited in March 2020). The following shows the NEC contribution percentages based on the total age + service points (as of Dec. 31): <40: 3% 40 – 59: 4% 60 – 79: 5% 80+: 7% [groups] => ) ) [When You Can Contribute] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => As of your hire date, you are immediately eligible to make pre-tax, Roth 401(k) after-tax or regular after-tax contributions. About a week or so after your start date, your information will be set up in the Fidelity system. [groups] => ) ) [Using Financial Engines] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Because Financial Engines does not sell investments or receive commissions, they can offer you unbiased advice. They offer two ways to get advice: Online Advice: You have unlimited access to powerful retirement tools available at no additional cost through the Financial Engines link on NetBenefits® website. Professional Management: For a fee, experts can create and implement a retirement planning strategy that includes your 401(k) plan and considers any other retirement sources you tell them about. [groups] => ) ) [Matching Contributions] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation will match 50 cents on every $1.00 on the first 7% of pay you contribute each pay period. [groups] => ) ) [401(k) Plan Eligibility] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Rockwell Automation Retirement Savings Plan—the 401(k) Plan—is available to all employees, including those who are scheduled to work less than 20 hours per week. After 30 days of employment, you are automatically enrolled at a 3% pre-tax contribution rate (unless you make an election). [groups] => ) ) [Company Contributions] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Two types of company contributions can be made to your Retirement Savings Plan account: a matching contribution or a Non-Elective Employer Contribution (NEC). You own (are vested in) 100% of these company contributions after completing three years of employment with Rockwell Automation, based on your hire date. You always own 100% of your own contributions. [groups] => ) ) [Supplemental Life Insurance Monthly Rate] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Supplemental Life Insurance rates are based on your coverage amount, age and smoker status. For example, the rate for a 43 year old non-smoker with $100,000 in coverage is $7.60 per month. Use the chart below to calculate your Supplemental Life Insurance rate. [groups] => ) ) [Number of Vacation Days for Current Employees] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => One year, but less than 5 years: 15 days 5 years, but less than 15 years: 20 days 15 years or greater: 25 days [groups] => ) ) [Number of Vacation Days for New Employees] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Ten hours per month of service, up to 15 days. [groups] => ) ) [When Benefits Begin for Employees Scheduled to Work Less Than 20 Hours Per Week] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You are automatically covered for these benefits on your hire date. You do not need to enroll. You get these benefits automatically after you worked at the company for an extended amount of time. [groups] => ) ) [Matching Gifts Program] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Double your contribution to any accredited school (K – 12), post secondary educational institution, educational foundation, or arts and culture organization. Rockwell Automation matches your contribution at 100% once you've been with the company for six months. Find out more on Epoch under Matching Gifts. [groups] => ) ) [When Benefits Begin for Employees Scheduled to Work 20 Hours or More Per Week] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You are automatically covered for these benefits on your hire date. You do not need to enroll. These benefits begin on your hire date if you enroll within 31 days. If you don't enroll, you cannot enroll in most of these benefits until the next Annual Enrollment period. You get these benefits automatically after you have worked at the company for an extended amount of time. [groups] => ) ) [Computer Discount Program] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Save money the next time you buy a DellTM computer. Rockwell Automation offers a discount based on the initial cost related to the purchase of qualifying hardware and operating system software. Find more information on EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [When Your Benefits Begin] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Most of your benefits will begin on your day of hire if you enroll within 31 days. EmployeeConnect will send an email to let you know you are eligible to participate in benefits. The information below will explain which benefits you are eligible for and when they begin. Although your coverage begins on day one, keep in mind that the plan administrators need time to process and enter your information in the system. [groups] => ) ) [International SOS] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation has partnered with International SOS (ISOS) to provide medical and security assistance when employees travel outside their home country for Rockwell Automation business. ISOS provides traveling employees and expatriates with worldwide emergency assistance services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. During an emergency situation, ISOS will act in concert with you and your corporate authorized contact person as needed to monitor events in the country or region of concern, to analyze the situation and, if necessary, to assist in formulating and carrying out an action plan, including payment of medical expenses if necessary. If you require assistance, become aware of incidents or have an emergency while traveling, you can call International SOS, Rockwell Automation Global Security (staffed 24 hours a day) and your home country’s embassy or consulate. Always carry your home country’s embassy or consulate emergency contact information with you. Find more information on the International SOS website. [groups] => ) ) [Holidays] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The dates below are the designated holidays for U.S. locations and employees. You are eligible for a maximum of 13 designated holidays (14 beginning in 2021!) per calendar year. If you are a part-time employee, your holiday pay will be prorated. Please note that production facilities may have alternative schedules.
    2021 Holidays
    • New Year’s Day, Jan. 1
    • Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan. 18
    • Memorial Day, May 31
    • Independence Day Observed, July 5
    • Additional Independence Day, July 6
    • Labor Day, Sept. 6
    • Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25
    • Day after Thanksgiving, Nov. 26
    • Christmas Eve Day, Dec. 24
    • Christmas Day Observed, Dec. 27
    • New Year’s Eve Day, Dec. 31
    • 3 floating holidays
    2020 Holidays
    • New Year’s Day, Jan. 1
    • Memorial Day, May 25
    • Additional Independence Day, July 2
    • Day before Independence Day, July 3
    • Labor Day, Sept. 7
    • Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26
    • Day after Thanksgiving, Nov. 27
    • Christmas Eve Day, Dec. 24
    • Christmas Day, Dec. 25
    • New Year’s Eve Day, Dec. 31
    • 3 floating holidays
    Note: When a holiday falls on a Saturday, employees will be granted one extra floating day if the site has not designated an alternate day in which it will be celebrated. When a holiday falls on a Sunday, the following Monday will be the holiday, except when Monday is also a holiday.
    [groups] => ) ) [Business Travel Accident Insurance] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Business Travel Accident Insurance pays a benefit if you are killed or injured as a result of an accident while traveling on business. Rockwell Automation automatically provides you with coverage of three times your annual salary up to $200,000. You are automatically enrolled and do not need to take any action. [groups] => ) ) [Vacation Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => At Rockwell Automation, we offer you additional benefits to help you balance your life. If you have an alternative work schedule and more than eight hours is required to take a day off, this will reduce your number of vacation days allowed. Any unused vacation or floating holidays are forfeited after Dec. 31 of each year. There is no carryover from one year to the next or pay in lieu of unused days. Vacation and floating holidays may be taken in hourly increments. Your supervisor or manager, who is responsible for ensuring smooth workflow in your department, has the right to deny your vacation or floating holiday request. [groups] => ) ) [How Vacation Days Are Determined] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The number of paid vacation days you have depends on how long you have worked for the company. New employees typically complete three months of service before being eligible to use their vacation days. If you are a part-time employee, your vacation days will be prorated. You must be scheduled to work at least 20 hours per week to be eligible for vacation. [groups] => ) ) [Adoption Assistance Program] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Once you’ve worked at Rockwell Automation for a year, you are eligible to receive financial assistance for expenses related to adopting a child. For details, call the RASC. [groups] => ) ) [Careers] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Grow your future using Careers, our online tool that lets you research, view and apply for jobs at Rockwell Automation. Find it on EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [Examples of Preventive Care] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Covered preventive care includes routine exams, such as annual physicals, well-baby and well-child care, flu shots, most immunizations and more. Contact your medical provider for more information about what services are considered preventive care. [groups] => ) ) [Flu Shots] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The single best way to prevent the flu is to get a flu vaccination each fall. Rockwell Automation makes it easy by offering free flu shots at the onsite screenings. Can’t make an onsite screening? Flu shots are 100% covered by the Rockwell Automation medical plans. If you’re enrolled in a Rockwell Automation medical option, you and your family can also get free flu shots from your primary care provider, a CVS or another network pharmacy. All these options cover flu shots at 100% with no deductible, whether you go in or out of network. Here’s how to get yours: If you see a network provider...
    • Show your medical ID card and you will not be charged for the flu shot.
    If you see an out-of-network provider...
    • You will need to pay for the flu shot up front and then file a claim for reimbursement.
    • To file your claim, download a medical expense claim form from your medical plan administrator’s website. Submit the completed form and your itemized receipt to the address on your medical ID card.
    • Then, your plan administrator will mail you a check for the amount you paid.
    [groups] => ) ) [Medicare Tax] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Medicare tax is 2.35% for high-wage earners. Visit www.irs.gov to learn if you are affected by this. [groups] => ) ) [Summaries of Benefits and Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation is required to distribute a document called a Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC). You will find this important plan document, as well as Summary Plan Descriptions (SPDs), on EmployeeConnect. You can also request a paper copy by calling the RASC. [groups] => ) ) [Women’s Preventive Care Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Women’s preventive health services are 100% covered and not subject to a deductible or coinsurance. For more information, review the Summary Plan Description (SPD) for your medical plan on EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [W-2 Reporting] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation will report the cost of health plan coverage on your W-2 form. Reporting the cost of health coverage on your W-2 does not mean that the coverage is taxable. The value of your health plan benefits will continue to be non-taxable; this reporting is for informational purposes only. Generally, you can request an electronic version of your W-2 at the beginning of January and it is usually available at the end of the month on EmployeeConnect. If you do not request an electronic version, it will be mailed to your home in late January. [groups] => ) ) [Dissolving a Domestic Partnership] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Dissolving your domestic partner relationship means that your domestic partner is no longer eligible for Rockwell Automation benefits, and this is a qualified status change allowing you to change your benefit elections. Your election change must be consistent with the change in status—in this case dropping a domestic partner. You must provide notification within 31 days of the event to request a change, and you may be asked to provide documentation of the event to make the change effective. You can provide notification through the Your Benefits tab on the EmployeeConnect website or by calling the RASC. The RASC will then mail COBRA information to your domestic partner on their COBRA options. Once the union is dissolved, your former domestic partner and domestic partner’s children are no longer eligible for coverage, other than COBRA coverage. If your coverage change results in a pricing difference from the amount you’re currently contributing, changes to your employee contributions will be effective on the first payroll following the processing of the change. However, your coverage change will be effective as of the date of the qualified change in status. In this case, you also are encouraged to update your beneficiary elections for life insurance, 401(k) and any other plans that allow beneficiary designations. [groups] => ) ) [Benefits Available to Domestic Partners] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation offers Domestic Partner benefits in the following plans:
    • Medical
    • Dental
    • Supplemental Life Insurance
    • Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance
    • MetLife Legal Plans
    In addition, domestic partners can participate in some of the optional benefits available through MetLife Auto & Home. [groups] => ) ) [Definition of Domestic Partner] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation defines a domestic partner as an adult of the same or opposite sex who resides with you and qualifies as your dependent under our benefit plan provided you meet the following criteria. You and your domestic partner:
    1. Have an exclusive mutual commitment to share responsibility for each other’s welfare and financial obligations which has existed for at least six months prior to the enrollment of the domestic partner coverage(s) and which is expected to last indefinitely;
    2. Share the same residence;
    3. Are each 18 years of age or older;
    4. Neither of you is married to anyone else;
    5. Are not related by blood in a manner that would bar your marriage in the state in which you reside (does not apply to Maine residents).
    You must also certify that two or more of the following exist as evidence of joint responsibility for basic financial obligations:
    • Joint mortgage, deed or lease.
    • Designation of the domestic partner as durable power of attorney or health care proxy.
    • Joint wills or designation of the domestic partner as executor and/or primary beneficiary.
    • Joint bank account, joint credit cards or other evidence of joint financial responsibility.
    • Designation of the domestic partner as beneficiary for life insurance or retirement benefits.
    • Other evidence that establishes economic interdependence.
    If enrolling for life insurance, at least one of the above must be either: a joint mortgage, deed or lease; or designation of the domestic partner as durable power of attorney or health care proxy. If you meet the criteria outlined above, your domestic partner and your domestic partner's children are considered eligible dependents. [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Money from Rockwell Automation] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $200 You + one $400 You + family $600 [groups] => ) ) [HRA Out-of-Network Money from Rockwell Automation] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $500 You + one $1,000 You + family $1,500 [groups] => ) ) [What You Pay for Dental Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here are the annual dental rates for full-time employees who work 40 hours per week and part-time employees who work 32 to 39 hours per week. Costs are approximately double for part-time employees who work 20 to 31 hours per week. [groups] => ) ) [What You Pay for Medical Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here are the annual rates based on who you cover, the plan you choose and your annual benefits pay. The rates shown below are for full-time employees who work 40 hours per week and part-time employees who work 32 to 39 hours per week. If you are part-time and work 20 to 31 hours per week, your costs are approximately double the amounts shown below. [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Who Can You Use the Money For?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You, your spouse or domestic partner and your children to age 26 who are enrolled in the plan [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Who Can You Use the Money For?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You or your tax dependents whether or not they are enrolled in the plan [groups] => ) ) [Health Coaching] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

    AWARE

    Receive one-on-one support from mindfulness-based stress reduction trained health and wellness professionals for self-guided individual practice. Call Workplace Options at 1.855.897.4044 to get started. You can complete this program one time to earn 100 points ($100). How to track: Once you complete six weekly telephonic sessions, go to rastaywell.com, click Aware Program and then click Self Report Now. That’s it! Goal: Manage stress by participating in telephonic mindfulness sessions. Timing: Complete six weekly telephonic sessions.

    PHONE COACHING

    Personalized phone coaching gives you the opportunity to work one-on-one with a trained health coach to create a game plan that’s right for you in areas ranging from weight management, exercise, nutrition, stress, back care, and managing your cholesterol and blood pressure. You can get started by calling StayWell at 1.800.721.2696 or going online at rastaywell.com. You can complete this program one time to earn 100 points ($100). How to track: Your health coach will keep track of your phone calls. Goal: Complete the phone coaching program. You will receive credit for the program after your third coaching call. Talk to your coach about other coaching opportunities and earn a second incentive when you complete a second program. Timing: Work with your health coach to determine a timeline that works best for your goals. [groups] => ) ) [Working Spouse or Domestic Partner Adjustment] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you cover a spouse or domestic partner who has access to coverage through his or her own employer, your premium cost will be increased by a Working Spouse or Domestic Partner Adjustment. Your annual adjustment is $420 if your salary is less than $50,000 or $900 if your salary is greater than or equal to $50,000. If your spouse or domestic partner also has access to primary medical coverage for your children, your premium cost will be increased. [groups] => ) ) [Making Changes] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Benefits Enrollment is your chance to make changes for the year. You can only make a change during the year if you have a qualified status change, such as:
    • Marriage
    • Divorce
    • Start or end a domestic partnership
    • Have a baby or adopt a child
    • Your dependent dies
    • Your spouse or domestic partner leaves a job or gains new employment
    • You, your spouse or domestic partner changes from part-time work to full-time work  (or vice versa)
    • You, your spouse or domestic partner has a significant change in health care coverage
    • You are required to provide dependent medical coverage as a result of a valid court decree that meets the requires of a Qualified Medical Child Support Order (QMCSO)
    To make a coverage change during the year, go to EmployeeConnect > Your Benefit Resources or call the Rockwell Automation Service Center at 1.877.687.7272 within 31 calendar days of the date you experience the qualified family change. [groups] => ) ) [Health Risk Questionnaire (HRQ) Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The HRQ pops up as soon as you first log in to rastaywell.com. Click “Start” in the middle of the page to begin. The HRQ is finished once you reach “Your Health Assessment Results.” The information is all confidential and only seen by you. When you finish reviewing your results, click “Done” at the bottom of the page. Make sure you reach the end and see your results before closing your browser or navigating away from the page. YOU MUST COMPLETE THIS short health survey before you can earn incentives for your Take Action activities. Complete it right away, so you can start earning rewards. [groups] => ) ) [Health Screening Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can earn $50 for every healthy target you meet based on your Health Screening results. If you meet all four targets, you can earn a total of $200 off your 2021 medical premiums. View the healthy targets below.
    [groups] => ) ) [Take Action Activities Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You have options to choose from to complete your Take Action activities, such as challenges and coaching programs. You can earn up to $500 toward your 2021 medical premium discount. Each activity equals 100 points ($100). You may complete some activities more than once. Sign up today at rastaywell.com. [groups] => ) ) [Health Management Program Overview] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

    Gateway

    The online HRQ gives you an overall picture of your health and how your lifestyle habits now may affect your future health. The HRQ is the gateway activity you must complete to earn incentives. Complete the HRQ when you log in to the rastaywell.com portal.

    Incentives

    You can earn up to $500 in incentives, which will be applied as a discount to your 2021 Rockwell Automation medical premiums.
    Take Action Activities
    You can earn up to $500 through Take Action activities alone or by combining them with the Health Screening incentives. So, if you don’t achieve all of the Health Screening healthy targets, you can do more Take Action activities to earn the total $500 incentive. Complete activities, such as Real Appeal, 10K-A-Day and coaching programs. Find details about your options and sign up at rastaywell.com.
    Health Screening
    The Health Screening measures four healthy targets—blood pressure, cholesterol, blood glucose and body mass index (BMI)—that can help identify health risks early and track improvement year over year. Complete the screening to earn up to $200 ($50 for every healthy target you meet) off your 2021 medical premiums. Find a list of healthy targets at rastaywell.com. Watch for more information about onsite Health Screenings that will be held at certain locations in the fall.

    Timing

    You must complete the HRQ, Take Action activities and the Health Screening between Jan. 16, 2020, with a deadline of Dec. 31, 2020.

    Questions?

    Call StayWell at 1.800.721.2696, Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Central Time). [groups] => ) ) [Health Management Program Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => StayWell, a third-party vendor, is the provider and administrator for the Health Management Program. StayWell handles any personal data you provide throughout any health management activities—not Rockwell Automation. [groups] => ) ) [Eligibility] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Make sure you know who's eligible. Here's a look:

    You are eligible if

    • you are employed by Rockwell Automation and work 20 hours or more per week.
    • you are a Student Associate working full-time, you're eligible for medical coverage and the 401(k) only.

    Your spouse1 is eligible if

    • you are legally married

    Your domestic partner is eligible if

    • you are in a committed relationship and are financially interdependent;
    • neither of you is married to, or in a domestic partnership with, anyone else; and
    • you are not related by blood to a degree of closeness that would otherwise prohibit marriage.

    Your children are eligible if they are

    • your natural children, stepchildren, your domestic partner's children,2 legally adopted children, children placed for adoption or children for whom legal guardianship has been awarded to you or your spouse;
    • under age 26, or any age if they have a physical or mental disability diagnosed before age 26 that requires lifetime care and supervision; and
    • unmarried.
    1Legally married same-sex spouses can receive health coverage on a pre-tax basis, and their eligible expenses can be reimbursed from an employee’s HSA or Health Care FSA. Anytime a spouse is referenced in this guide, it applies to all legally married spouses. 2If your domestic partner and his or her children don’t qualify as your dependents for federal income tax purposes, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) requires that your contributions for their coverage be paid on an after-tax basis and that Rockwell Automation’s cost toward this coverage be reported as imputed income, which is taxable to you. Additionally, since Rockwell Automation adds a surcharge for coverage of any spouse/domestic partner who can obtain medical coverage from his or her own employer, you may want to check the cost-effectiveness of obtaining separate coverage as two individuals. [groups] => ) ) [Best Doctors Services] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Best Doctors is a great employee health benefit that is free and confidential for you and your family. Best Doctors provides you with experts to help you make informed health care decisions. It offers a wide range of tools and resources, including access to the world’s top specialists to help you when you need it most. If you are moving to a new location within the U.S. or need or want a new doctor, Best Doctors can also help find a new primary care doctor or specialist in your area. [groups] => ) ) [Workplace Options Services] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Have a question about coping with stress? Need guidance on how to successfully budget your money? Workplace Options is offered by Rockwell Automation to help you with any issue, big or small. The counselors, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, are licensed clinical professionals that can help you with topics, such as:
    • Life changes
    • Relationships
    • Work/life balance
    • Relationship troubles
    • Parental guidance
    • Personal growth and development
    • Family concerns
    • Healthy living
    • Financial stability
    • And more!
    And, don’t worry! Everything you share is completely confidential. Want to learn more? Check out the informational brochure and educational presentation in Downloads to learn more about what Workplace Options has to offer. [groups] => ) ) [Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Workplace Options is the provider for the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). [groups] => ) ) [Using Workplace Options] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You are automatically eligible to receive services from Workplace Options at no cost to you and you don't have to sign up. Rockwell Automation offers this service to all employees to help you and your family when you need it. [groups] => ) ) [Auto, Home and Pet Insurance Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

    Auto & Home

    The MetLife Auto & Home program gives you access to discounted group rates for personal insurance, like home, renter, fire, auto, boat and excess liability. You may participate anytime throughout the year. On the MetLife MyBenefits website, you can get convenient one-stop shopping for auto and home insurance quotes from MetLife, The Hartford, Safeco and Unitrin.

    Pet Insurance

    The average American spends more than $2,000 a year on their furry friends. To help you cover those expenses, Rockwell Automation is introducing Nationwide Pet Insurance through MetLife at discounted group rates. Get coverage from nose to tail for wellness visits, vaccinations, illnesses and injuries. You can easily enroll for Auto, Home & Pet insurance by calling MetLife at 1.800.438.6388 between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m., Central Time, Monday – Friday. For your convenience, you can pay for MetLife Auto, Home & Pet insurance coverage through after-tax payroll deductions. You may participate in any of these plans anytime throughout the year. [groups] => ) ) [Auto & Home Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => MetLife is the provider for the Auto & Home program. [groups] => ) ) [Group Legal Services] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you choose to enroll in MetLife Legal Plans, you’ll have access to a network of attorneys and coverage of attorney fees for routine personal or family legal issues, including:
    • Traffic ticket defense and court appearances
    • Power of Attorney for health care and advance directives
    • Buying/selling/refinancing a primary residence
    • Real estate transactions
    • Legal document review
    • Court appearances
    • Adoption
    • Wills, living wills and trusts
    • And more!
    [groups] => ) ) [Group Legal Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => MetLife Legal Plans is the provider for MetLife Group Legal coverage. [groups] => ) ) [Group Legal Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can buy MetLife Group Legal coverage as an additional benefit for $13.50 per month through after-tax payroll deductions. [groups] => ) ) [LTD 2: Cost-of-Living Allowance] => Array ( [Long-Term Disability Insurance Option 2] => Array ( [content] => Annual adjustment of 3% for up to 5 years [groups] => ) ) [LTD 2: Benefit] => Array ( [Long-Term Disability Insurance Option 2] => Array ( [content] => 60% of your pay, up to $15,000 maximum benefit per month [groups] => ) ) [LTD 1: Cost-of-Living Allowance] => Array ( [Long-Term Disability Insurance Option 1] => Array ( [content] => None [groups] => ) ) [Long-Term Disability Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Long-Term Disability (LTD) keeps part of your paycheck coming if you are unable to work for a longer period of time than covered by Short-Term Disability (STD). You have two options for LTD coverage. Here’s how they work: [groups] => ) ) [Short-Term Disability Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Short-Term Disability (STD) keeps part of your paycheck coming if you are unable to work for up to 26 weeks. Maternity leave is covered under Short-Term Disability. Here’s how company-paid STD works: You can receive STD for 26 weeks. First, you receive 100% of your monthly benefits pay for 16 weeks. Then, you receive 70% of your monthly benefits pay for the remaining 10 weeks. [groups] => ) ) [Disability Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Prudential is the provider for Short-Term and Long-Term Disability benefits. [groups] => ) ) [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => AD&D Insurance pays a benefit if you or a covered dependent dies or is injured due to an accident. [groups] => ) ) [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => MetLife is the provider for Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance. [groups] => ) ) [Supplemental Life — Your Children] => Array ( [Supplemental Life] => Array ( [content] => Either $5,000 or $10,000 per child [groups] => ) ) [Basic Life — Your Children] => Array ( [Basic Life] => Array ( [content] => N/A [groups] => ) ) [Supplemental Life — Your Spouse/Domestic Partner] => Array ( [Supplemental Life] => Array ( [content] => $10,000 – $100,000 (in $5,000 increments) [groups] => ) ) [Basic Life — Your Spouse/Domestic Partner] => Array ( [Basic Life] => Array ( [content] => N/A [groups] => ) ) [Supplemental Life — You] => Array ( [Supplemental Life] => Array ( [content] => 1 – 8 times your annual benefits pay ($2,000,000 maximum) Annual benefits pay is your annual base pay, or your total targeted compensation (sales employees only), as of Oct. 1, 2019. [groups] => ) ) [Basic Life — You] => Array ( [Basic Life] => Array ( [content] => 2 times your annual benefits pay Annual benefits pay is your annual base pay, or your total targeted compensation (sales employees only), as of Oct. 1, 2019. [groups] => ) ) [Basic Life Insurance Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Life insurance pays a benefit to your beneficiary if you die. Rockwell Automation provides Basic Life Insurance coverage of 2 times your annual benefits pay at no cost to you. When you select family coverage, all eligible dependents listed on EmployeeConnect are automatically covered. [groups] => ) ) [Life Insurance Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => MetLife is the life insurance provider for Basic Life Insurance and Supplemental Life Insurance. [groups] => ) ) [Basic Life Insurance Eligibility] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation automatically provides Basic Life Insurance at no cost to you. [groups] => ) ) [How Much Should You Contribute to Your FSAs?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can estimate the amount of money you should contribute to your FSA each year. Remember, you lose any money over $500 you don’t use in your Health Care FSA by the end of the year and you lose all of your Dependent Care FSA money. So, use the Flexible Spending Account Estimator tool on EmployeeConnect to help you get it right. [groups] => ) ) [DCFSA: What Are the Deadlines? 2019] => Array ( [Dependent Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Deadline to use funds: Dec. 31, 2019 Deadline to submit expenses: Mar. 31, 2020 [groups] => ) ) [HCFSA: What Are the Deadlines? 2019] => Array ( [Health Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Deadline to use funds: Dec. 31, 2019 Deadline to submit expenses: Mar. 31, 2020 [groups] => ) ) [DCFSA: What Can the Money Be Used For?] => Array ( [Dependent Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Dependent care expenses incurred so you and your spouse can work or go to school full-time, like:

    Nursery schools

    Day care centers (including adult day care centers)

    In-home day care providers

    Before- and after-school care (if not already included in tuition)

    [groups] => ) ) [HCFSA: What Can the Money Be Used For?] => Array ( [Health Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => If you have a General Purpose FSA, eligible medical, dental and vision expenses for you and your tax dependents, like: Deductibles Copayments and coinsurance Medical supplies Immunizations Over-the-counter drugs for which you have a prescription Prescription drugs Contact lenses and eyeglasses Dental work If you have a Limited Purpose FSA, eligible preventive pharmacy coinsurance, dental and vision expenses for you and your tax dependents until you meet your deductible, and then eligible medical expenses too. [groups] => ) ) [FSA Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => All the FSAs are administered by Your Spending Account™. [groups] => ) ) [FSA Eligibility] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation offers two Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs): the Health Care FSA and the Dependent Care FSA. FSAs help you pay for eligible health care and dependent care expenses with tax-free dollars. You're eligible for different FSAs depending on the medical option you choose:
    • If you enroll in the HRA option, you are eligible to participate in a Health Care FSA.
    • If you enroll in the HSA option, you are eligible to participate in a Limited Purpose FSA only. You  can only use your Limited Purpose FSA for certain expenses.
    • If you enroll in either the HRA or HSA option, you are eligible to participate in a Dependent Care FSA.
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[groups] => ) ) [Dental Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Both your dental options are administered by MetLife Dental. 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This prescription drug coverage also has an out-of-pocket maximum, which limits how much you have to pay for prescription drugs during the year. Get your flu shot for free!  Use your prescription drug coverage through CVS/caremark to get your flu shot for free at an in-network pharmacy of your choice. Find a list of qualifying pharmacies at caremark.com. [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $6,200 You + one $9,400 You + family $15,600 [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $3,000 You + one $4,500 You + family $7,500 [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Preventive Drugs] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% (before deductible) [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Preventive Drugs] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% (before deductible) [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Non-Preventive Drugs] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% (after deductible) [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Non-Preventive Drugs] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% (after deductible) [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Rx Deductible] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => Part of your medical deductible You $4,000 You + one $6,000 You + family $10,000 [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Rx Deductible] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Part of your medical deductible You $2,000 You + one $3,000 You + family $5,000 [groups] => ) ) [Prescription Drugs with the HSA Option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => With the HSA option, most prescription drugs are covered like any other medical expense. Your prescription drug costs are a part of your medical deductible. There's no difference in the cost for different tiers of prescription drugs; you pay the same coinsurance for generics, preferred brand name and non-preferred brand name drugs. Once you meet your deductible, you and Rockwell Automation begin to share your prescription drug costs. Get your flu shot for free!  Use your prescription drug coverage through CVS/caremark to get your flu shot for free at an in-network pharmacy of your choice. Find a list of qualifying pharmacies at caremark.com. [groups] => ) ) [What is an HRA?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The HRA option comes with a Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) funded by Rockwell Automation. If you enroll in the HRA option, Rockwell Automation will automatically set up and fund your HRA with money you can use to help offset your eligible expenses: $500 for you, $1,000 for you + one and $1,500 for you + family. [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Do You Have to Save Receipts or File With Your Tax Return?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => No [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Do You Have to Save Receipts or File With Your Tax Return?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Yes, you must file a Form 8889 with your federal income tax return each year that you have money in your HSA, and you must save receipts to verify withdrawals for eligible expenses [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Do the Dollars Roll Over Year to Year?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Yes [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Do the Dollars Roll Over Year to Year?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Yes [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Can You Take the Unused Balance with You?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => No [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Can You Take the Unused Balance with You?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Yes, including any earnings [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Can the Money Earn Interest?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => No [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Can the Money Earn Interest?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Yes, interest is automatically applied if you have a balance [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Who Owns the Money?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Who Owns the Money?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Who Can Contribute?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation only [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Who Can Contribute?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation and you [groups] => ) ) [Your Contributions to Your HSA] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can make contributions to your HSA with tax-free dollars, up to the IRS maximums, each plan year you’re enrolled in the HSA option. For 2018, your combined contributions with Rockwell Automation cannot exceed:
    • $3,250 if you have you only coverage
    • $6,500 if you have you + one coverage
    • $6,300 if you have you + family coverage
    For 2019, your combined contributions with Rockwell Automation cannot exceed:
    • $3,300 if you have you only coverage
    • $6,600 if you have you + one coverage
    • $6,400 if you have you + family coverage
    Plus, if you're age 55 and over, you can make a $1,000 catch-up contribution. [groups] => ) ) [What is an HSA?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The HSA option comes with a Health Savings Account funded by Rockwell Automation and you (if you choose)—an account that uses tax-free dollars to help pay current and future health care expenses. When you enroll in the HSA option, your HSA is opened for you. Then, Rockwell Automation makes a contribution to help offset your health care expenses: $200 for you, $400 for you + one and $600 for you + family. [groups] => ) ) [HRA Out-of-Network Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $6,500 You + one $10,000 You + family $13,500 [groups] => ) ) [HRA In-Network Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $3,000 You + one $4,500 You + family $6,000 [groups] => ) ) [HRA Out-of-Network Hospital Stay] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HRA In-Network Hospital Stay] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Hospital Stay] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Hospital Stay] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [HRA Out-of-Network Emergency Room] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HRA In-Network Emergency Room] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Emergency Room] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Emergency Room] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [HRA Out-of-Network Urgent Care Clinic] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HRA In-Network Urgent Care Clinic] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Urgent Care Clinic] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Urgent Care Clinic] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [The Plan Pays: HRA Out-of-Network Doctor Office Visits] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [The Plan Pays: HRA In-Network Doctor Office Visits] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [The Plan Pays: HSA Out-of-Network Doctor Office Visits] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [The Plan Pays: HSA In-Network Doctor Office Visits] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [HRA Out-of-Network Preventive Care] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HRA In-Network Preventive Care] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 100% no deductible [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Preventive Care] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Preventive Care] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 100% no deductible [groups] => ) ) [HRA In-Network Money from Rockwell Automation] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $500 You + one $1,000 You + family $1,500 [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Money from Rockwell Automation] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $200 You + one $400 You + family $600 [groups] => ) ) [LTD 1: Benefit] => Array ( [Long-Term Disability Insurance Option 1] => Array ( [content] => 60% of your pay, up to $5,000 maximum benefit per month [groups] => ) ) [Medical Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation offers two medical options: the Health Savings Account (HSA) option and the Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) option. Both the HSA and HRA options offer financial protection for you and your family when you need medical care. Here are a few other ways they are similar. Both options provide:
    • Coverage for the same services (like doctor visits, hospital care and lab work).
    • Fully covered in-network preventive care, even before you've met your deductible.
    • A health account that comes with a company contribution.
    • An extensive provider network (the Choice Plus network).
    • Prescription drug coverage provided by CVS/caremark.
    • The UnitedHealth Tier 1 Designation Program, which helps you find quality, cost-effective care.
    • ˜˜Best Doctors, an informed decision-support service to help you evaluate medical treatment options.
    HSA Option HRA Option
    The HSA option has lower premiums but a higher deductible. This means you pay less for coverage throughout the year but pay more when you use care. Some other benefits of the HSA option are that it:
    • Comes with a Health Savings Account (HSA) that has a company contribution to help offset your deductible. You can contribute your own money, pre-tax, to this account to help pay for eligible medical expenses. Plus, any money in your HSA is yours to keep even if you leave the company. For more information about the HSA, click here.
    • Requires that you meet your medical deductible before Rockwell Automation starts sharing your non-preventive prescription drug costs.
    The HRA option has higher premiums but a lower deductible. This means you pay more for coverage throughout the year but pay less when you use care. Some other benefits of the HRA option are that it:
    • Comes with a Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) that has a company contribution to help offset your deductible. You cannot contribute any of your own money to this account. If you leave the company or change medical options, you forfeit your remaining HRA balance.
    • Doesn’t require that you meet a deductible before you and Rockwell Automation share costs for prescription drugs.
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    • Create a financial plan based on your Rockwell Automation Retirement Savings Plan
    • Check and monitor your accounts
    • Track your progress toward goals
    • Plan for health care expenses, college expenses, Social Security and more
    • Get specific, personalized retirement investment advice and powerful retirement tools at no cost to you.
    To get started, log on to 401k.com and click the Financial Engines banner. Review your personalized “stoplight” evaluation and click the orange Next button. Then select the Manage it on your own tab to access Online Advice. Use the tools to create your plan. Log in to rastaywell.com by Dec. 31 to mark the activity completed. [groups] => ) ) [Mindfulness and Stress Management course] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Learn to manage your stress and be more mindful in this engaging course offered through QuadMed. You’ll be guided through six sessions on topics such as:
    • Identifying your stress level
    • 10 ways to become more resilient
    • Recharging your life
    • Mindful eating
    • Tips to stress management goal setting
    To take the course, log in to the new StayWell portal at rastaywell.com. Select the Incentive tab, look for the course and click Sign up. Be sure to complete the course by Dec. 31. [groups] => ) ) [Notice of Changes to Rockwell Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => This notice serves as a Summary of Material Modification (SMM) for changes to the Rockwell Automation Employee Health Plan, the Rockwell Automation Retirement Savings Plan, and the Rockwell Automation Pension Plan effective March 1, 2020. [groups] => ) ) [Child Care Resources for COVID-19] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you need additional child care support due to school closures, our EAP has compiled a list of resources to help you find daycare and other care centers. Click here for the list. [groups] => ) ) [Health Management Program Archive] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => 2018 Health Screening Mailers: [groups] => ) ) [Children’s and Maternity Vision Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Both children and expectant mothers can experience vision changes more frequently than others. For this reason, Rockwell Automation provides additional benefits to children who are 13 and under and mothers to be. Both receive at no additional cost:
    • Coverage for a second eye exam
    • Coverage for one new pair of glasses (frames and lenses) if vision changes .5 diopter or greater in a plan year*
    • Plus, you can receive online education about children’s eye health.
    * Standard copays apply. [groups] => ) ) [2020 Annual Enrollment Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Review your options for next year with the 2020 Annual Enrollment Guide. [groups] => ) ) [2020 New Hire Enrollment Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Learn about all your benefit options and how to enroll in the 2020 New Hire Enrollment Guide. [groups] => ) ) [A weight loss program with Real Appeal] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Living a healthy life means different things for each of us. Whatever your health goal, taking simple steps can be the best way to achieve it, especially when you’re getting started. Rockwell Automation is excited to introduce a simple new program to support losing weight. Real Appeal is based on decades of proven clinical research to help you lose weight and reduce your risk of developing diabetes, cardiovascular and other weight-related diseases. When you enroll, you receive:
    • Up to a year of support from a Transformation Coach. This person guides you through the program and develops a simple, customized plan that fits your needs, preferences and goals.
    • 24/7 access to digital tools and dashboards that help you track your food, activity and weight.
    • A success kit full of healthy weight management tools including fitness guides, a recipe book (with quick family meal ideas and fast-food eating tips), weight scale and more.
    • Weekly online group sessions to learn healthy ideas from your coach and other members who share what’s helped them achieve success.
    If you’re ready to spark your transformation, enroll today at ra.realappeal.com. Real Appeal is offered through UnitedHealthcare. Real Appeal is available at no additional cost to employees with our UnitedHealthcare health plan, their covered spouses and dependents 18 or over with a BMI of 23 and higher, subject to eligibility.  [groups] => ) ) [Aware] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation Health Management program will now include Aware, a Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction MBSR program, as a Take Action activity. Aware is an alternate modality of support for participants experiencing life stress, pain, and challenges with focus and concentration, as well as individuals who want to increase their awareness of and commitment to intentional living. With a personalized approach to applying mindful practices to life, Aware teaches participants how to be engaged, diminish distractions, and counteract stress. The program cultivates focused and resilient employees, who are more engaged and productive in the workplace. Through six weekly telephonic sessions, Workplace Options MBSR-trained health and wellness professionals provide one-on-one support and supply electronic resources for self-guided individual practice. These electronic resources include a practice plan, journal, guided practice exercises, and additional resource suggestions including apps, websites and print materials. MBSR specialists have completed a minimum of 50 hours of MBSR training as well as additional cross-training on holistic wellbeing. The initial session is most often scheduled within one week following the referral to Aware. This first session lasts 45 minutes, with five follow-up sessions lasting approximately 15-20 minutes. The Aware specialist schedules the next appointment during each session. In each of these follow-up sessions, the participant has the opportunity to learn and experience mindfulness exercises that they can later practice on their own. To access the Aware program, please call the Rockwell Automation EAP Toll Free Number at 1-855-897-4044. Upon completion of the program, please click below to self report by December 31, 2019 in order to receive credit. [groups] => ) ) [2019 New Hire Enrollment Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your comprehensive overview of the benefits available to you and how to enroll in the 2019 New Hire Guide. [groups] => ) ) [2019 Annual Enrollment Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Read about your 2019 benefits with the 2019 Annual Enrollment Guide. [groups] => ) ) [2020 Take Action Mailer] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the 2020 Take Action mailer for information about the different options for completing your Take Action activities. [groups] => ) ) [2018 Benefit Enhancement FAQs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the 2018 Benefit Enhancement FAQs for answers to your benefit enhancement questions. [groups] => ) ) [Retirement Webinars] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

    Understanding the Retirement Process

    If you missed your chance to sign up for a Rockwell Automation Retirement Process webinar this fall, you can view a recording of the 2019 presentation or review the PDF.

    Fidelity Webcast Hub

    Fidelity offers a variety of practical conversations to support your financial wellness.  Click here to access the Webcast Hub. [groups] => ) ) [DCFSA: How Much Can I Contribute? 2019] => Array ( [Dependent Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => $100 minimum $5,000 maximum ($2,500 maximum if married and filing separately from your spouse) [groups] => ) ) [HCFSA: How Much Can I Contribute? 2020] => Array ( [Health Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => $100 minimum $2,700 maximum [groups] => ) ) [DCFSA: What Are the Deadlines? 2020] => Array ( [Dependent Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Deadline to use funds: Dec. 31, 2020 Deadline to submit expenses: Mar. 31, 2021 [groups] => ) ) [HCFSA: What are the Deadlines? 2020] => Array ( [Health Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Deadline to use funds: Dec. 31, 2020 Deadline to submit expenses: Mar. 31, 2021 [groups] => ) ) [Dependent Care FSA – Does the money carry over?] => Array ( [Dependent Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => No. The carryover is strictly related to Health Care FSAs. [groups] => ) ) [Health Care FSA – Does the Money Carry Over] => Array ( [Health Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Yes. You can carry over up to $500 in unused funds to the next plan year. [groups] => ) ) [2020 Health Screening Appeal Form] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you do not meet one or more of the healthy targets, your health care provider can complete and sign an appeal form. You can access the 2020 Appeal Form at rastaywell.com [groups] => ) ) [2019-2020 StayWell Health Care Provider Forms] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the Health Care Provider Form on rastaywell.com and take it to your health care provider when you get your annual physical exam at any time during the year. Onsite screenings will be held at certain locations this Sept. and Oct. The home test kit will no longer be a Health Screening option in 2020. [groups] => ) ) [Health Benefits During Unpaid FMLA] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you take unpaid time off under FMLA, you will be billed for your share of the health benefit premiums. If you don’t pay your benefit premiums, your enrollment may default to no coverage when you return to work. [groups] => ) ) [HealthSafe ID] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => UnitedHealthcare has adopted a single sign-in process for its website, UnitedHealthcare app and other UHC digital tools. For extra convenience, you log in to all UHC sites and tools with the same username and password, which make up your HealthSafe ID. Creating your HealthSafe ID is easy and typically takes less than five minutes. You set up a new account by going to myuhc.com, providing some basic information and choosing a username and password. Then you’re asked to confirm your email and phone number to add extra security to your account. If you have already created a HealthSafe ID for the Health4Me app, you can use it now on myuhc.com. [groups] => ) ) [Behavioral Therapy for Autism Spectrum Disorder] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Both Rockwell Automation medical options cover behavioral services for Autism Spectrum Disorder. This includes Intensive Behavioral Therapies, such as Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), that are designed to reinforce adaptive behaviors, reduce maladaptive behaviors and improve age-appropriate skills. To be covered, ABA must be:
    • Focused on the treatment of core deficits of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
    • Provided by a Board Certified Applied Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or other qualified provider under the appropriate supervision.
    • Focused on treating maladaptive/stereotypic behaviors that are posing danger to self, others and property and impairment in daily functioning.
    For help finding a qualified provider, call Advocate4Me. Be sure to get prior authorization from the plan if you’re using an out-of-network provider. For details—including the covered medical services for Autism Spectrum Disorder—please see your medical option Summary Plan Description on EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [Taxation of a Domestic Partner’s Benefit Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Unlike a legal spouse, a domestic partner isn’t generally a dependent for federal income tax purposes. This means:
    • Rockwell Automation’s share of the cost of providing benefits for your partner (and his or her children) is reported to the IRS as taxable “imputed income” to you.
    • Any benefit plan contributions that you pay for your partner (and his or her children) can’t be made on a before-tax basis.
    There may also be similar issues with state and local taxes where you live. You need to allow for this when you’re pricing your coverage options, especially medical coverage. Because these tax issues would also apply if you were a dependent on your partner’s employer-provided plan, you may want to check the cost-effectiveness of obtaining separate coverage as two individuals. Please note, too, that Rockwell Automation adds a surcharge for coverage of any spouse or partner who can obtain medical coverage from his or her own employer. [groups] => ) ) [2019 Health Screening Mailer] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the 2019 health screening mailer to remind yourself how the screening worked last year based on your work location. [groups] => ) ) [Virtual Visits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Virtual Visits let you see and talk to a board-certified physician, and let them see you, from your smart phone, tablet or computer. You can do this without an appointment.
    Effective immediately through 2021, Virtual Visits through your Rockwell Automation health plan (Amwell, Doctor on Demand or Teladoc) are covered with no deductible or copay. Telehealth services from other health care providers are covered with no deductible or copay through 2020, and then covered at the plan deductible and coinsurance rates beginning in 2021.

    Think about using a Virtual Visit when:
    • You need care after hours.
    • You become ill when traveling.
    • You are thinking about visiting a hospital emergency room for a non-emergency health condition.
    A Virtual Visit allows you to:
    • See a doctor from the comfort of your home.
    • Avoid driving to the doctor’s office.
    • Stay away from crowded waiting rooms.
    • Access care 24 hours a day/seven days a week.
    • Receive low-cost, convenient non-emergency care.
    Still not sure a Virtual Visit offers the right care? Call myNurseLineSM at 1-844-234-7924. This service is available to Rockwell Automation health plan participants. For a Virtual Visit, log in to myuhc.com or the UnitedHealthcare app and choose a virtual provider group. (You must register with UnitedHealthcare before your first Virtual Visit.) If you have questions, call 1.844.234.7924. [groups] => ) ) [Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) transition to UHC] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => As of January 2016, UHC took over administration of the Health Reimbursement Account (HRA). Your 2015 administrator will send a report to UHC and transition your funds. Those funds will be available in the beginning of April 2016. Humana members who enrolled in the HRA for 2016 won’t have a debit card this year. Instead, they’ll be reimbursed automatically for any medical and pharmacy claim balances. Humana HRA debit cards do not work as of Dec. 31, 2015. 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    Monthly rates per $1,000 in coverage, based on employee's age
    [groups] => ) ) [The UHC User Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Looking to break in that UnitedHealthcare (UHC) plan? Here's the guide. [groups] => ) ) [Weight Loss Program] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Need to lose weight? Earn Take Action incentives by participating in weight-loss programs. You can earn up to 200 points ($200) in incentives by participating twice. To qualify, the program must feature:
    • Promotion of healthy weight loss (one to two pounds per week)
    • Nutrition and physical activity guidelines
    • In-person weight tracking and coaching or group support
    • Weekly attendance (or at least 12 times during a four-month period)
    This includes programs such as Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig®, Choose to Lose (offered in Mequon/Milwaukee), programs offered through fitness centers or health clubs, and programs guided by a registered dietician or certified weight-loss specialist. You can also enroll in the Real Appeal program if you participate in a UnitedHealthcare medical plan. How to track: For all programs except Real Appeal, once you complete 12 weeks, go to rastaywell.com, click Weight Loss Program #1 (or Weight Loss Program #2 if you’re completing a second program) and then click Self Report Now. That’s it! If you choose Real Appeal, they’ll report your participation directly to StayWell, so no action is needed from you. Goal: Complete at least one 12-week weight loss program during 2019. You can then use a further 12-week program or any other Take Action activity as your second qualifying activity. Timing: Attend 12 of the program’s weekly meetings within a consecutive four-month period. Your program must be completed—or both programs if you go for the second—by Dec. 31, 2020. [groups] => ) ) [UnitedHealthcare (UHC) User Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the UnitedHealthcare (UHC) User Guide to learn how to make the most of your UHC medical and vision benefits. [groups] => ) ) [The 1095-c Tax Form] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you registered for electronic delivery of your Medical Tax form 1095-C, you can find the link to your form on the home page of Your Benefits Resources. Log into Employee Connect, then select Your Benefits and Your Benefits Resources. From the home page, click on the button that says Access Medical Tax Form. If you registered, you received an email Jan. 22 telling you your form is ready. If you didn’t register for electronic delivery, your form will be sent by U.S. Mail. If you don’t receive it, or would prefer an electronic version, you can request an electronic copy after Feb. 8 by clicking on the link on the Your Benefits Resources home page. [groups] => ) ) [Vision Provider Nomination and 30 Mile Policy] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Rockwell Automation Vision Plan network is extensive, but in the event that you do not have a network vision provider nearby, UnitedHealthcare still has you covered with the 30 Mile Policy and provider nominations. The UHC Vision 30 Mile Policy allows you to pay in-network rates at an out-of-network provider for a routine eye exam or for glasses or contact lenses, if there is no in-network provider within 30 miles of your home. With the Provider Nomination form, you can recommend a local eye care provider to be added to the UHC network. [groups] => ) ) [Provider Network] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Find the Tier 1 Provider you need by searching the Choice Plus network. Look for the Tier 1 icon next to a provider’s name. [groups] => ) ) [Vision Network] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Learn more about your vision network here. [groups] => ) ) [Your 2020 Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You made your 2020 elections during Annual Enrollment towards the end of last year. The information below is available for anytime you need the fine print on your benefits.

    Medical Options

    Both options are administered by UnitedHealthcare (UHC), cover the same services, include a health account that comes with a company contribution and include Prescription drug coverage provided by CVS/caremark.

    Dental Options

    Both dental options are administered by MetLife, cover preventive care at 100% and pay benefits for basic services. However, the Comprehensive option covers more dental services than the Basic option.

    Vision Options

    You can choose our new vision plan, which is administered by UnitedHealthcare and provides coverage for eye exams, eyeglasses and contacts. Or you can access vision care at discount prices with the MetLife VisionAccess Discount Program, which is available at no cost to you.

    Flexible Spending Account Options

    Our Flexible Spending Accounts help you pay eligible health care and/or dependent care expenses with tax-free dollars.

    Life and Disability Insurance

    As added financial protection, you can buy Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance and/or Supplemental Life Insurance for yourself, your spouse/domestic partner and your children. You can also choose Long-Term Disability (LTD) to replace part of your pay for an extended period of time if you are disabled more than 180 days.

    And More!

    Don’t forget you can choose the MetLife Group Legal Coverage—offered through MetLife Legal Plans—during Annual Enrollment, too. [groups] => ) ) [Tier 1 Providers and Freestanding Facilities] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
    The Tier 1 Designation Program Offers the Best Combination of Cost and Quality
      UHC Tier 1 doctors:
    • Have better clinical results
    • Follow evidence-based guidelines for care
    • Are more likely to be aware of the latest research and clinical trials
    • May have lower surgical revision rates
    UHC designates Tier 1 providers for 16 Premium specialties and 47 sub-specialties, and re-evaluates them on an annual basis. These providers are determined by using actual claims data to identify doctors who demonstrate greater quality of care and cost efficiency. UHC assesses quality first, then cost. The quality standards are based on evidence-based medicine and guidelines from organizations such as the American College of Cardiology, Ambulatory Care, Quality Alliance and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (a division of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services).The cost efficiency standards are based on local market benchmarks for the efficient use of resources in providing care. Look for the Tier 1 designation whenever you need a new provider. The availability of Tier 1 providers varies by location. UHC assigns the designation only where there is enough claims data to determine quality and cost efficiency. A Tier 1 provider may not be available for the specialty you need.

    Primary Care Specialties

    Other Specialties

    Family Medicine
    • Preventive Medicine
    • Family Practice
    • General Practice
    Internal Medicine
    • Internal Medicine
    Obstetrics & Gynecology
    • Gynecology
    • Obstetrics
    • Obstetrics & Gynecology
    Pediatrics
    • Pediatrics
    • Pediatric Adolescent
    • Adolescent Medicine
    Allergy
    • Allergy
    • Allergy & Immunology
    Cardiology
    • Cardiology
    • Cardiovascular Disease
    • Cardiac Diagnostic
    • Interventional Cardiology
    • Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
    ENT
    • Otolaryngology
    • Otology
    • Pediatric Otolaryngology
    • Surgery Head and Neck
    • Laryngology
    • Rhinology
    Endocrinology
    • Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism
    • Diabetes
    Gastroenterology
    • Digestive Diseases
    • Endoscopy
    • Hepatology-Liver Disease
    • Gastroenterology
    General Surgery
    • Surgery Abdominal
    • Proctology
    • Colon & Rectal Surgery
    • Surgery
    Neurology
    • Neuromuscular Disease
    • Neurology
    • Neurology & Psychiatry
    Neurosurgery, Orthopedics & Spine
    • Orthopedic Surgery
    • Neurological Surgery
    • Shoulder Surgery
    • Knee Surgery
    • Hand Surgery
    • Back & Spine Surgery
    • Sports Medicine
    Nephrology
    • Nephrology
    Pulmonology
    • Pulmonary Medicine
    Rheumatology 
    • Rheumatology
    Urology 
    • Urology
    Freestanding Facilities Save You Money
    In health care, higher cost doesn’t always mean higher quality. When your doctor prescribes lab tests, X-rays, MRIs, CT Scans or minor outpatient procedures, receive services at a Freestanding Facility instead of a hospital or doctor’s office for the lowest cost. A Freestanding Facility is an outpatient, diagnostic or ambulatory center or independent laboratory in the Choice Plus network that performs services and submits claims as a freestanding entity and not as a hospital. This can save you hundreds (and sometimes even thousands!) of dollars, without sacrificing quality. [groups] => ) ) [Using Tier 1 Providers and Freestanding Facilities] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Using Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities is optional. The Tier 1 designation helps you find providers known for offering the best combination of quality and cost. (The availability of Tier 1 providers varies by location.) Freestanding Facilities are outpatient, diagnostic or ambulatory centers, or independent laboratories in the Choice Plus network that perform services and submit claims as freestanding entities and not as hospitals. [groups] => ) ) [You + One Definition] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You + One means You + Spouse/Domestic Partner or You + Children

    The rates above are for full-time employees who work 40 hours per week and part-time employees who work 32 to 39 hours per week. Costs are approximately double for part-time employees who work 20 to 31 hours per week. These annual amounts will be taken out of your paycheck pre-tax throughout the year. [groups] => ) ) [Spectera Vision Providers] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => To find providers in the Spectera Network, go to the UHC website or call 1.844.234.7924. [groups] => ) ) [Vision Plan] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you enroll in the Vision Plan—administered by UnitedHealthcare—the Plan pays toward your vision expenses. UHC's vision network is called the Spectera Network. Ask your provider if they are in the Spectera Network. [groups] => ) ) [Laser Vision Discount Out of Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan Out of Network] => Array ( [content] => You get 15% off standard prices or 5% off promotional prices when using providers in Laser Vision Network of America. [groups] => ) ) [Laser Vision Discount In Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan In Network] => Array ( [content] => You get 15% off standard prices or 5% off promotional prices when using providers in Laser Vision Network of America. [groups] => ) ) [Contacts Out of Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan Out of Network] => Array ( [content] => Covered selection contacts: Up to $130 Non-selection contacts: Up to $130 Necessary contacts: Up to $210 [groups] => ) ) [Contacts In Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan In Network] => Array ( [content] => For covered selection contacts, non-selection contacts and necessary contacts: After your $20 copay for contacts: 100% up to $130 (up to 4 boxes) [groups] => ) ) [Lenses Out of Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan Out of Network] => Array ( [content] => Single: Up to $40 Lined bifocal: Up to $60 Lined trifocal: Up to $80 Lenticular: Up to $80 [groups] => ) ) [Lenses In Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan In Network] => Array ( [content] => For single, lined bifocal, lined trifocal and lenticular lenses: After your $20 copay for lenses: 100% Includes scratch-resistant coating and 20% to 60% off non-covered lens options [groups] => ) ) [Frames Out of Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan Out of Network] => Array ( [content] => Up to $45 [groups] => ) ) [Frames In Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan In Network] => Array ( [content] => 100% up to $130. You get 30% off costs above $130 [groups] => ) ) [Eye Exam Out of Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan Out of Network] => Array ( [content] => Up to $40 [groups] => ) ) [Eye Exam In Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan In Network] => Array ( [content] => After your $20 copay: 100% [groups] => ) ) [2020 Dental Premiums] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => [groups] => ) ) [Retirement Tools] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You have two major tools to help you navigate the retirement process: Use the Retirement Process Timeline tool to model different retirement dates and see what steps you need to take for a smooth transition into retirement. Download your go-to retirement guide to review your retiree options at Rockwell Automation. [groups] => ) ) [Vision Premiums] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here are the 2020 annual rates for vision coverage. You Only: $48.60 You + Spouse/Domestic Partner: $89.88 You + Child(ren): $112.32 You + Family: $157.20 These annual amounts will be taken out of your paycheck pre-tax throughout the year.  [groups] => ) ) [Transitional Financial Support] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

    If you enroll in an individual medical policy through Via Benefits when you first become eligible, you may qualify for transitional financial support provided by Rockwell Automation. For eligible post-65 retirees, Rockwell Automation will put money into a Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) for each year through 2019 as long as you are enrolled in a supplemental Medicare plan through Via Benefits. For more information, download your no-hassle retirement guide or the Via Benefits FAQ.

    NOTE: If you do not elect a supplemental Medicare plan through Via Benefits when you first become eligible, or if you later drop this coverage, you will not be eligible for the post-65 transitional financial support from Rockwell Automation.

    [groups] => ) ) [Paid Time Off for Short Term Illness FAQs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the frequently asked questions (FAQs) to learn more about how Paid Time Off for Short Term Illness works. [groups] => ) ) [Brand Penalty] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => A brand penalty is what you pay if you choose to fill your prescription with the brand name drug instead of the available direct generic version. The penalty amount is the difference between what the brand name drug costs and what the generic drug costs. If you are prescribed a drug that does not have a generic version and is not on the indirect generic list, you will not be charged the brand penalty for filling that brand name drug. [groups] => ) ) [Via Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => All Medicare-eligible individuals have access to Via Benefits, a Towers Watson service that will assist you in choosing from hundreds of supplemental and Medicare Advantage plans to find the best fit for you, taking into consideration your health status, prescription needs, vision and dental coverage needs, financial situation, etc. You may be eligible for transitional financial support for each year through 2019 if you elect a policy through Via Benefits. If you are planning to retire and you or your spouse will be Medicare-eligible at the time of retirement, contact Via Benefits. [groups] => ) ) [HSA Fee Schedule and Interest Rates] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Review the fee schedule and interest rates associated with your HealthEquity Health Savings Account (HSA). [groups] => ) ) [Medical Premiums] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => [groups] => ) ) [How to Estimate Your Pension Benefit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You have two options for requesting a pension benefit estimate:
    • Request a pension estimate electronically. Access Your Benefits ResourcesTM through EmployeeConnect. Then, click on “Savings and Retirement” followed by “Project Retirement Income.”
    • Request a paper pension estimate. Call the Rockwell Automation Service Center and say "pension" when prompted to reach the retirement specialists. Specialists are available between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Central time, Monday through Friday.
    [groups] => ) ) [Pension Plan Annual Funding Notice] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => For important funding information about your Pension Plan and a summary of federal rules governing the plan, download the Pension Plan Annual Funding Notice. [groups] => ) ) [Community Athletic Events] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If exercise is already part of your everyday life, and you participate in events such as 5K or 10K walks/runs, half-marathons, marathons, triathlons, team sports, tournaments or similar athletic competitions, you can receive your Take Action incentive credit. You can complete up to two events and earn 100 points for each event or up to 200 points ($200). We know most athletes invest in at least 12 weeks of training time, and we want to acknowledge your hard work! Therefore, you can take credit for your athletic event(s) instead of tracking daily  physical activity. Complete up to two events your way this year—run, walk, ski, swim, bike, softball, tennis, etc.—and earn the Take Action activity incentive. [groups] => ) ) [Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Postcard] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) postcard. [groups] => ) ) [Helping Employees in Other Countries] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you’re a manager and need to find the EAP contact numbers for employees in other countries, visit the Workplace Options website. [groups] => ) ) [Employee Assistance Program Orientation] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can download this orientation presentation to learn more about how the Employee Assistance Program can help you and your family. You can also watch the presentation on the Workplace Options website. [groups] => ) ) [Workplace Options Employee Assistance Program Brochure] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the Workplace Options brochure to learn more about the Employee Assistance Program. [groups] => ) ) [Prudential Claim Submission Instructions and Form] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the Prudential claim submission instructions and form for short-term disability claims, such as maternity leave. [groups] => ) ) [Reminder: Make Benefits Changes Within 31 Days] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => A qualified status change, like having or adopting a baby, allows you to make changes to your benefits—such as adding a child to your medical coverage, changing how much you contribute to a Health Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or enrolling in a Dependent Care FSA. To make changes, go to EmployeeConnect > Your Benefit Resources or call the RASC within 31 calendar days of the qualified status change. [groups] => ) ) [Adoption Leave] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If a child is placed with you for adoption or foster care, you may be eligible to take leave in addition to parental leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). If you’re not eligible for FMLA, you can request vacation or Personal Leave. Read the FLMA and Personal Leave policies on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [Paternity Leave] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => In addition to parental leave, fathers may be eligible to take leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). If you’re not eligible for FMLA, you can request vacation or Personal Leave. Read the FLMA and Personal Leave policies on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [Review Your Pregnancy Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Before your baby arrives, it’s a good idea to get familiar with the benefits available during your pregnancy. Here are a few key things to know:
    • Pregnancy care, such as pre/postnatal office visits and in-hospital delivery, is covered the same as any other medical condition.
    • Inpatient hospital stays are covered for a minimum of 48 hours following a vaginal delivery or a minimum of 96 hours following a C-Section delivery. If a person is discharged earlier, benefits will be payable for two post-delivery home visits by a health care provider.
    • You need to certify an inpatient stay greater than 48 or 96 hours. Otherwise, you may experience a reduction in benefits.
    For details, review your medical plan option’s Summary Plan Description available on EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [More FMLA Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) allows you to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave a year to care for yourself or a family member, including a new child. In general, you’re eligible if you’ve worked for Rockwell Automation for a year (with 1,250 hours) and haven’t used your 12 weeks for another reason. FMLA is an unpaid leave. However, you may choose to take vacation or holiday pay during your FMLA time. If you decide to use vacation or holiday pay, your HR representative must route a ticket to the time administrator to enter the vacation time in SAP for you. NOTE: If a company paid holiday occurs during the FMLA time, you will not be paid for that day. When you return to work, your HR representative or manager must send a request for Holiday payout via the HRSC ticketing system to payroll. [groups] => ) ) [Requesting Disability] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => About two weeks before you want your leave to begin, or as soon as you know you will be taking a leave in the case of pregnancy or a planned hospitalization, follow these steps to start the process. (If you have an unplanned hospitalization, call immediately.)
    1. Notify your supervisor and call the HRSC to connect with a leave specialist.
    2. Call Prudential and follow the prompt for submitting a disability claim. (You’ll need to provide our control number.) Representatives are available 24/7.
    3. Give your health provider a Medical Authorization Release Form (available under Downloads and on EmployeeConnect). Tell the staff to photocopy the back of the form so information can be released to a Prudential Disability Claim Manager.
    While you’re on leave, be sure to communicate with Prudential after each doctor visit, if any complications occur and if your return-to-work changes. Failure to do so might affect your benefits. [groups] => ) ) [Disability (maternity) leave] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Disability due to pregnancy is covered under Short-Term Disability (STD). If you’re eligible, benefits are typically provided for two weeks prepartum and six weeks postpartum or eight weeks postpartum for C-Section. (Don’t forget, in most cases, you need to satisfy a seven-day “elimination period” before benefits begin.) Disability leave runs concurrently with leave of absence under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Therefore, disability leave will reduce the amount of unpaid FMLA available for the year. Use this maternity tracking calendar to help visualize what your maternity leave could look like. [groups] => ) ) [Parental Leave] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Having time to bond with a new child is an important part of parenting. Therefore, Rockwell Automation provides up to four weeks of paid parental leave for employees who become new parents through birth or adoption while working for the Company. Read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. This policy provides employees information concerning Parental Leave entitlements and obligations employees may have during such leaves. If employees have any questions concerning Parental Leave, they should review the Frequently Asked Questions or contact their supervisor. [groups] => ) ) [Optional Early Distribution] => Array ( [Retirement Age Information] => Array ( [content] =>

    What Happens

    You leave the company on or after Jan. 1, 2014, and are 100% vested in the Pension Plan but not eligible for retirement.

    When Your Pension Benefit May Start

    • You may start your pension benefit right after you stop working, but it will be reduced if you are younger than age 65. (It’s reduced because of the longer period of time it’s expected to be paid.)
    • You can wait until age 65 to start your benefit. That way your benefit will not be reduced due to early payment.

    NOTE: The size of the reduction varies based on your service and age at the time you receive your benefit. If at the time your employment ends you do not have 10 years of service and are not age 55 or older, or you do not have 10 years of service and at least 75 age + service points, then the size of the reduction will also depend on interest rates in effect at the time you receive your benefit.

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    10K-A-DAY

    Aim for 10,000 steps a day and use your favorite step tracker to record your activity. The more steps you take, the faster you move along one of the program’s fun virtual routes. You can participate up to three times and earn 100 points each time or up to 300 points ($300). How to track: To get started, you must first register for the 10K-A-Day challenge. Once you’re registered, there are two ways you can enter your steps: by syncing a tracking device or by entering them manually on the web or the 10K-A-Day smartphone app. If you own a tracker:
    • You can set up your device to automatically sync with the challenge. For instructions on syncing your Fitbit, Garmin, YOO, Movable or Apple Health tracking device, log on to rastaywell.com.
    • After you register and sync your device, your steps may be counted beginning Jan. 1, 2020, depending on the type of tracker you use.
    • Use the 10K-A-Day smartphone app to log activity (which simultaneously syncs with your online account), view recipes and health tips, “visit” locations, and track your progress.
    If you do not own a tracker, or you complete activities when not wearing your tracker:
    • After you register, you can convert any activity into steps using the online tool, and record the activity as steps.
    • Or you can enter the step count from another type of step counter, pedometer or smartphone step tracker.
    Goal: Stay active enough to complete 700,000 steps throughout the year. Or keep going to automatically complete 1,400,000 steps and earn a second incentive. If you want to keep moving, you can earn a third incentive by completing 2,100,000 steps. Timing: You can go at your own pace. For every 2,000 steps you record, you’ll move a mile on the 10K-A-Day route. Using a Tracking Device for 10K-A-Day If you are using a new tracker this year, be sure to update your challenge enrollment to make sure your device syncs. If you sync a Garmin for the first time, it will sync your steps back three months. A YOO, Movable or Apple Health device will sync your steps back six months. And a Fitbit will sync back 365 days. So, for example, if you register an Apple Health device on Sept. 1, 2020, the system will automatically backlog your steps from the previous six months. None of the devices will sync prior to Jan. 1, 2020.

    ROCKWELL AUTOMATION WALKING CHALLENGE

    The Rockwell Automation Walking Challenge is all about working more cardio into your life and staying active. You can complete this challenge two times and earn 100 points for each completed challenge, up to 200 points ($200). To get started, you can choose one of the two walking challenges listed below. Then print your tracking map from rastaywell.com. Any physical activity counts. You can use the conversion chart found on the back of your tracking map to convert your activities into steps.
    • 100 Miles in 100 Days
    • ROK Around the World
    How to track: Track your steps on your tracking map. Once you complete your challenge, log in to the StayWell website one time to report your completion. Goal: Make it to the last stop of your walking challenge. Complete the same challenge a second time, or choose a different route, to earn a second incentive. Timing: Experts recommend that you walk or exercise the equivalent of 8,500 steps a day to reach 700,000 steps in about 12 weeks.     [groups] => ) ) [Plan Ahead] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Before making an election, you should carefully consider your benefit commencement date, early reduction factors that may apply and your distribution choice, as these may affect payment options and benefit amounts. Estimates of benefit amounts as of specific dates may be viewed on EmployeeConnect or obtained by contacting the RASC. [groups] => ) ) [Starting Pension Plan Payments If You Leave The Company But Are Not Retiring] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are leaving the company on or after Jan. 1, 2014, and are 100% vested in the Pension Plan but not eligible for retirement, you have a few options for taking your benefit with the optional early distribution. You may choose the type of Rockwell Automation Pension Plan payment you want from the available options, as well as how and when you want to receive it. You can start the pension election process online at Your Benefits Resources™ through EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [When You Can Receive A Pension Plan Benefit If You’re Not Eligible For Retirement] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are not yet eligible for retirement but are 100% vested in the Pension Plan and leaving Rockwell Automation on or after Jan. 1, 2014, you have an early distribution option for the Pension Plan. Generally, if you elect this early distribution option, you may elect a monthly annuity or lump-sum benefit payment option. [groups] => ) ) [Termination Benefits Summary] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are considering leaving Rockwell Automation for another opportunity or for retirement, download the Termination Benefits Summary to learn how leaving the company impacts your benefits. [groups] => ) ) [LTD 2: Cost] => Array ( [Long-Term Disability Insurance Option 2] => Array ( [content] => $0.31 per $100 of salary per month [groups] => ) ) [LTD 1: Cost] => Array ( [Long-Term Disability Insurance Option 1] => Array ( [content] => $0.20 per $100 of salary per month [groups] => ) ) [Children with Spouse/Domestic Partner] => Array ( [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance] => Array ( [content] => 15% of your benefit amount
    ($40,000 maximum child coverage) [groups] => ) ) [Children Only] => Array ( [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance] => Array ( [content] => 20% of your benefit amount [groups] => ) ) [Spouse/Domestic Partner with Children] => Array ( [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance] => Array ( [content] => 50% of your benefit amount [groups] => ) ) [Spouse/Domestic Partner Only] => Array ( [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance] => Array ( [content] => 60% of your benefit amount [groups] => ) ) [You] => Array ( [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance] => Array ( [content] => Up to $500,000 (in $10,000 increments) [groups] => ) ) [Coverage If You Leave or Retire From the Company] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You may continue to have Supplemental Life and Voluntary Accidental Death and Dismemberment coverage in one of two ways. Portability means that you can continue coverage under the same or a similar group policy and be billed directly by MetLife. Alternatively, you may convert Supplemental Life insurance coverage to a non-group, individual policy. Conversion means that you can elect coverage without proving that you are in good health. [groups] => ) ) [Life Insurance Accelerated Benefit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you or your spouse is diagnosed with a terminal illness, you can take an accelerated benefit from your Supplemental Life Insurance coverage and take a trip or vacation to spend some quality time together paid for by your coverage. [groups] => ) ) [Health Care Reform Marketplace Notice and FAQs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Health Care Reform — what's it all about? Find out by downloading the marketplace notice and FAQs. [groups] => ) ) [U.S. Jury Duty] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Company supports the trial by jury system by providing you with paid time off to serve. For more information on jury duty, read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [U.S. Personal Leave of Absence] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you want a leave of absence for personal reasons, the Company will consider it. For more information on this type of leave not covered by other policies, read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [U.S. Military Duty Leave of Absence] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => We provide leave, oftentimes paid, for our employees who miss work because they are actively deployed or participate in a military reserve program. For more information on the types of leaves, read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [U.S. Medical Leave of Absence] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you believe you need a leave of absence from work for medical reasons, you may qualify for a leave. For more information on the types of leaves, read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [U.S. Bereavement Time Off] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation recognizes the death of a loved one as a traumatic event requiring a period of bereavement, and the Company grants paid time off to an employee during this period of initial grieving. For more information, read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [Prudential Disability Claim Submission] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Learn about submitting a disability claim through Prudential by downloading this brochure. [groups] => ) ) [Educational Assistance Program for U.S. Employees] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Educational Assistance Program provides a framework for investing in Rockwell Automation employees, their future roles as well as maximizing the knowledge and skills required to support its current core processes, technologies and business initiatives. Read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [Family and Medical Leave] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Employees may be entitled to an unpaid leave of absence under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. This policy provides employees information concerning FMLA entitlements and obligations employees may have during such leaves. If employees have any questions concerning FMLA, they should contact their supervisor. [groups] => ) ) [Retirement Election Process Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download your go-to guide for a hassle-free retirement at Rockwell Automation. [groups] => ) ) [Get an estimate of your Social Security benefit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can get an estimate of your Social Security benefit at any time by going to the Social Security Administration website and selecting "Retirement Estimator". You can also call the Social Security Administration and request an estimate be sent to you. [groups] => ) ) [When To Apply For Medicare] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Coverage for Medicare Parts A and B is not automatic. You need to apply for it by going to www.medicare.gov.
    • If you retire before or at age 65, it's best to apply for coverage three months before you turn age 65. You can also apply up to three months after the month in which you turn age 65 without paying a late-enrollment penalty.
    • If you continue to work past age 65, it's best to apply for coverage three months before your retirement month (since the medical coverage you have as an active employee will end at the end of the month in which you retire). You also can apply for Medicare up to eight months after your active employee medical coverage ends without paying a late-enrollment penalty.
    [groups] => ) ) [Paying for Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can choose to pay your monthly cost for coverage by:
    • Automatic after-tax deduction from your monthly pension check if you elect to begin your benefit right after you retire and the check amount is sufficient to cover the cost of your medical coverage (this option is not available if you choose to have your pension benefit paid to you in a single lump-sum cash payment).
    • Automatic funds transfer from a checking or savings account
    • Check or money order that you need to mail to the Rockwell Automation Service Center each month. You will get a bill in the mail if you choose this option.
    NOTE: If you have an existing HSA balance, it may be used for eligible health expenses even after you stop contributing. For example, you may use the money in your HSA to pay your share of the cost for retiree medical coverage and out-of-pocket medical expenses. For a complete list of HSA-eligible expenses, request a copy of the IRS Publication 502 by calling 1.800.829.3676 or by visiting the IRS website and clicking on “Forms and Publications.” [groups] => ) ) [If You Are Not Eligible For Retiree Medical Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you're not eligible for retiree medical coverage from Rockwell Automation, you should consider enrolling in COBRA medical coverage. COBRA enrollment information will be automatically sent to you within 30 days after your retirement date. [groups] => ) ) [If You Are Eligible for Retiree Medical Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here's what you should do if you're eligible for retiree medical coverage from Rockwell Automation:
    1. Make your retiree medical coverage election within 30 days after your retirement date. You have two ways to do that:
      • Go online to EmployeeConnect and go to the Your Benefits Resources™ home page. From there, go to the "Retirement Hub" tile, then "Get Started," followed by “Retire Now” under Pension; then click on “Make Pension Choices”, or
      • Call the RASC and say, "retirement" when prompted.
    2. Provide the RASC with copies of any legal documents that relate to who has rights to help you with decisions related to your medical coverage, such as a health care power of attorney.
    3. Keep the RASC informed of any address changes so that they know where to mail your Annual Enrollment kit.
    4. Remove any dependents from your coverage who no longer meet the eligibility rules (such as a child who is age 26 or older).
    [groups] => ) ) [More Information About Individual Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => For more information about buying individual retiree medical coverage, visit www.aarp.org or www.ehealthinsurance.com, or search for "individual medical coverage." To find a link to your state's marketplace, go to www.healthcare.gov. [groups] => ) ) [Other Possible Medical Coverage Options When You Retire] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
    • Medicare if you're age 65 or older
    • Via Benefits: All Medicare-eligible individuals have access to Via Benefits, a Willis Towers Watson service that will assist you in choosing from hundreds of supplemental and Medicare Advantage plans to find the best fit for you, taking into consideration your health status, prescription needs, vision and dental coverage needs, financial situation, etc. You may be eligible for transitional financial support for each year through 2019 if you elect a policy through Via Benefits.
    • COBRA* medical coverage (You should not enroll in COBRA medical coverage if you choose to enroll in a retiree medical plan.)
    • Individual coverage you buy on your own, either from an agent or through your state's health care marketplace
    • Coverage through your spouse's/domestic partner's employer
    * For more information about COBRA coverage, download the Termination Benefits Summary. [groups] => ) ) [What to Do Before You Retire] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
    1. Call the RASC and say "retirement" when prompted to find out if you will be eligible for retiree medical coverage.
    2. Assess your medical coverage needs during retirement.
    3. Explore the medical coverage options that will be available to you once you retire, along with coverage costs for each.
    4. Schedule medical and dental services for whatever health care needs you may have before your coverage changes.
    5. Review the personalized Welfare Plan Retiree Enrollment Worksheet you will automatically receive from the RASC within 30 days before your retirement date if you’re eligible for retiree medical coverage and you informed the RASC earlier of your retirement date.
    Call the RASC and say "retirement" when prompted if you don’t receive this information within 15 days before your last day worked and you think you will be eligible for retiree medical coverage. [groups] => ) ) [Know Your Cost for Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your cost for coverage is based on your years of service at retirement and each person you choose to cover. Additional costs will apply if you choose to cover eligible children. For information regarding your retiree medical cost for coverage, download the Termination Benefits Summary. Contact the RASC for additional rate information. [groups] => ) ) [Your Retirement Medical Coverage Choices] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

    Pre-65 Coverage Choices

    For retirees and/or dependents who are under age 65 and not eligible for Medicare

    You have the same medical plan choices as those available to active employees; these choices include prescription drug coverage. However, HSA option participants will not receive a company contribution. You can choose to continue the same Rockwell Automation medical coverage you have today after you retire or you can choose a different plan. Participation in a pre-65 medical plan will end when you or your dependent becomes eligible for Medicare (usually this happens at age 65). At that time, you or your dependent will be offered the opportunity to enroll in the post-65 medical choice.

    Post-65 (Medicare-Eligible) Choice

    For retirees and/or dependents who are age 65 or older, or otherwise eligible for Medicare, such as due to a disability

    OneExchange will assist Medicare-eligible retirees and their Medicare-eligible dependents with selecting individual medical and prescription drug coverage from the Medicare market. If you meet certain requirements, which are explained in further detail on page 30, you will be eligible to receive financial support for your medical costs from Rockwell Automation each year through 2019.

    NOTE: If you choose coverage outside of OneExchange, you will not receive financial support from Rockwell Automation.

    [groups] => ) ) [Check Out Your Choices] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

    If you meet eligibility requirements and retire before age 65 (before you’re Medicare-eligible), Rockwell Automation offers you pre-65 medical coverage. Then, when you turn 65 or become eligible for Medicare, you’ll have access to OneExchange, a service that helps you choose an individual supplemental Medicare plan. And, if you meet the requirements, you may receive transitional financial support for your medical costs from Rockwell Automation for each year through 2019.

    [groups] => ) ) [What Happens if You Decline or Stop Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You may defer the start of your Rockwell Automation retiree medical coverage if you have other coverage under an employer-sponsored group health plan, either as an active employee, a dependent or a retiree. If you lose that coverage mid-year, you may start your Rockwell Automation retiree coverage immediately if you notify the RASC within 31 days of losing your other coverage. You also will have an opportunity to enroll in retiree medical coverage during the Annual Enrollment period, which is typically held in November of each year. Your coverage will start on Jan. 1 of the following year. You must keep your coverage as a retiree in order to cover a spouse or dependents.

    NOTE:

    If you or your dependent defers or drops coverage under the Plan after termination of your employment, you or your dependent may later re-enroll in a retiree medical plan, but Rockwell Automation will not pay any employer contribution. In addition, if you do not elect a supplemental Medicare plan through Via Benefits when you first become eligible, or if you later drop this coverage, you will not be eligible for post-65 transitional financial support from Rockwell Automation.

    [groups] => ) ) [When You Can Enroll] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you’re eligible for retiree medical coverage from Rockwell Automation, you can choose to enroll and start this coverage at one of the following times:
    • The first of the month following your retirement date.
    • The date you no longer have other group medical coverage, such as through your spouse’s employer, provided you had other coverage at the time of your retirement. You have to enroll in Rockwell Automation’s retiree medical coverage within 31 days of your other coverage ending. However, you will not receive the company subsidy.
    • During the Annual Enrollment period, which is typically held in November of each year. Your coverage will start on Jan. 1 of the following year.

    If you enroll in an individual medical policy through Via Benefits when you first become eligible, you may qualify for transitional financial support provided by Rockwell Automation.

    [groups] => ) ) [Retiree Medical Age and Service Points] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => One “point” is given for each year of your age and each year you’ve worked at Rockwell Automation. (You receive one twelfth of a point for each full month of your age and each month in which you work at least one day at Rockwell Automation.) For example, if you’re 56 years old and you’ve worked at Rockwell Automation for 22 years, you have 78 service points (56 + 22 = 78). This means you’re eligible for retiree medical coverage from Rockwell Automation. [groups] => ) ) [Find Out if You’re Eligible] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Eligible employees have the opportunity to enroll in Rockwell Automation retiree medical coverage. The choices available depend on whether you and your spouse/domestic partner are eligible for Medicare, which typically happens when you reach age 65. You are eligible for Rockwell Automation retiree medical coverage if you meet these three rules when you retire from Rockwell Automation:
    • You are at least age 55, and
    • You have at least 10 years of service, and
    • Your age and service points equal 75 or higher.
    About Your Retirement Age If you meet eligibility requirements and retire before age 65 (before you're Medicare-eligible), Rockwell Automation offers you pre-65 medical coverage. Then, when you turn 65 or become eligible for Medicare, you'll have access to Via Benefits, a service that helps you choose an individual supplemental Medicare plan. And, if you meet the requirements, you may receive transitional financial support for your medical costs through Rockwell Automation for each year through 2019. Coverage for your Dependents

    If you are under age 65 and you enroll in Rockwell Automation retiree medical coverage, you can enroll your eligible dependents. In general, this includes your pre-65 spouse/domestic partner and children under age 26.

    To be considered an eligible dependent, your family member must be eligible for coverage at the time you retire. You cannot enroll any new dependents you gain after you retire, such as a new spouse/domestic partner. Also, you must keep your pre-65 coverage as a retiree in order to cover a pre-65 spouse or dependent. If enrolled, your pre-65 spouse can remain covered after you are age 65 and eligible for Medicare.

    [groups] => ) ) [Finalizing Your Pension Choices] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

    What to Do Before You Elect Your Pension Benefit

    Finalize your pension choices with the RASC after you have reviewed your Pension Election Confirmation Statement and Pension Election Authorization Form for accuracy.

    When to Do It

    The deadline to receive your pension benefit on the first day of the month is the 10th of the previous month. (For example, if your last day worked is April 30, you would need to take this step by April 10 at the latest to receive your first monthly check on May 1. If your last day worked is May 3, you would need to do it by May 10 in order to receive your first monthly check on June 1.)

    How to Do It

    Sign the Pension Election Authorization Form you received earlier and return it to the RASC by fax or mail, along with any other required information. In some cases, you may also be able to return the form using document upload. Contact information will be on the first page of your Pension Election Authorization Form.

    What to Expect Next

    Your pension choices will take effect and your benefit will be paid to you based on the elections you made. If you elected to start your benefit right away and the RASC receives all required information by the 10th of your last month working at Rockwell Automation, here’s the earliest you will receive it:
    • If you elect the Single Life Annuity, 10-Year Certain and Life Annuity or Joint and Survivor Annuity: First of the month after your last day worked. (For example, if your last day worked is April 30, you would receive your first monthly payment on May 1. If your last day worked is May 3, you would receive it on June 1.)
    • If you elect the Lump-Sum Cash Payment: 90 – 120 days after your last day worked. (For example, if you return your paperwork on time and your last day worked is April 5, you could receive your lump-sum payment on July 1. If your last day worked is April 30, you could receive your lump-sum payment on Aug. 1.)
    [groups] => ) ) [What To Do After You Receive Your Pension Benefit Commencement Kit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

    What to Do Before You Elect Your Pension Benefit

    Advise the RASC of your pension elections, direct deposit information and tax withholding elections, or provide rollover information if electing a lump-sum payment, after you review the information in your Pension Benefit Commencement Kit. Also, inform them of any updates to your or your spouse's personal information.

    When to Do It

    30 – 60 days before your last day worked. (If you are retiring or leaving the company before the normal retirement age and you want to postpone receiving your pension benefits to a later date, you will want to do this within 30 – 60 days before you want your payment(s) to start.)

    How to Do It

    Call the RASC and say “pension” or "retirement" when prompted.

    What to Expect Next

    You will receive a confirmation packet after you notify the RASC of your pension choices. You can request that the RASC mail the packet to your home address or send it to your secure participant mailbox through Your Benefits Resources™. Your packet will arrive in about two weeks if it is mailed to you or within a week if it’s sent to your secure participant mailbox. It will include the following pieces, and you should carefully review them to make sure the information shown is accurate based on your personal situation:
    • Pension Election Confirmation Statement summarizing the choices you made
    • Pension Election Authorization Form that you need to complete and return to verify your choices
    [groups] => ) ) [Types of Non-Taxable Retirement Savings Plan Contributions] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
    • Any type of after-tax contribution (including rollover contributions)
    • Any type of Roth after-tax contribution (including Roth after-tax catch-up and rollover contributions)
    • Investment earnings on any type of Roth after-tax contribution as long as the money has been in your account for at least five years and you receive it after age 59½
    [groups] => ) ) [Types of Taxable Retirement Savings Plan Contributions] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
    • Any type of pre-tax contribution (including pre-tax catch-up and rollover contributions) and investment earnings on those contributions
    • Investment earnings on any type of after-tax contribution
    • Investment earnings on any type of Roth after-tax contribution if the money has been in your account for less than five years and/or you receive the money before age 59½
    • Company matching contributions, other company contributions and investment earnings on all company contributions
    [groups] => ) ) [About Medicare] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Medicare is the federal health insurance program for people age 65 or older. Some people who are between the ages of 18 and 65 with certain disabilities that prevent them from working can also get Medicare. People who work past age 65 and are covered by their employer’s medical plan usually hold off on enrolling in Medicare until after their employment ends. [groups] => ) ) [Make Changes to Your Medicare Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => After you enroll in Medicare, you will have an opportunity each year to make changes to your coverage election. For more details, see this tip sheet from the Medicare website. [groups] => ) ) [Using Medicare] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => With traditional Medicare, you can go to any doctor, hospital or other provider that takes Medicare patients. You usually pay a deductible and part of the cost of the services you receive. Medicare decides what amounts doctors and other health care providers can charge for the services Medicare covers. [groups] => ) ) [When to Apply for Medicare Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Coverage for Medicare Parts A and B is not automatic. You need to apply for it. You can do that by going to the Medicare website.
    • If you retire before or at age 65, it’s best to apply for coverage three months before you turn age 65. You also can apply up to three months after the month in which you turn age 65 without paying a late-enrollment penalty.
    • If you continue to work past age 65, it’s best to apply for coverage three months before your retirement month (since the medical coverage you have as an active employee will end at the end of the month in which you retire).
    [groups] => ) ) [What You Need to Apply for Medicare] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => When you apply for Medicare, you will need to provide the Social Security Administration with the following forms:
    • CMS 40B (Application for Enrollment in Medicare)
    • CMS L564 (Request for Employment Information)
    Call the Social Security Administration to request copies of these forms be sent to you. Then call the RASC to have the forms completed on behalf of Rockwell Automation. [groups] => ) ) [Quick Facts About Medicare Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
    • Medicare Part A covers hospital expenses. This coverage is provided at no cost for most people.
    • Medicare Part B covers doctor office visits, outpatient care and other medical services. You pay a monthly premium to have this coverage.
    • You can join a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan if you want prescription drug coverage. You will pay an additional premium for this coverage. For more details, go to the Medicare website.
    [groups] => ) ) [Three Details for Getting Your Payment When and How You Want It] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
    1. Once your first pension payment is issued, you will not be able to make different choices for your pension benefit payment option. However, you can make changes at any time before then. To do that, you would need to restart the entire process.
    2. About 60 days after your last day worked, the RASC will recalculate your pension benefit using your actual final pay information. The benefit recalculation is part of the “true-up" process.
      • If you elect the Single Life Annuity, 10-Year Certain and Life Annuity or Joint and Survivor Annuity: Your monthly benefit payment could go up or down after the “true-up” is completed. In most cases, the change in benefit amount is not significant.
      • If you elect the Lump-Sum Cash Payment: Your payment will not be made until after the “true-up” is completed. It takes about 30 – 60 days to finalize your lump-sum payment election after the “true-up” process is completed. That means you would receive your lump-sum cash payment 90 – 120 days after your last day worked (60 days for the “true-up” process, plus 30 – 60 days to finalize the payment process).
    3. Be mindful of the deadlines. You must return your Pension Election Authorization Form by the 10th of your last month worked to receive your pension benefit on the date you choose. If you return your Pension Election Authorization Form to the RASC after the 10th of your last month at Rockwell Automation, your pension payment will be delayed by one month. For example, if your last day worked is April 30 but you return your signed Pension Election Authorization Form to the RASC after April 10, here’s the earliest you would receive your benefit if you choose to start it right away:
    [groups] => ) ) [Starting Pension Plan Payments If You’re Retiring] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You will need to choose the type of Rockwell Automation Pension Plan payment you want, as well as how and when you want to receive it. You can start the retirement process online on Your Benefits Resources™ through EmployeeConnect. You can also initiate the process by contacting a retirement specialist. [groups] => ) ) [Requesting a Pension Benefit Commencement Kit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

    What to Do Before You Elect Your Pension Benefit

    Inform the RASC of your expected last day worked and when you want to start your pension benefits (either immediately after you leave the company or postponed until a later date). If your pension payment start date is within 90 days of when you contact the RASC, you may request a Pension Benefit Commencement Kit. If it’s more than 90 days away you can receive an estimate of your benefit, and you’ll need to follow up with the RASC when you’re within 90 days (but at least 60 days) of your payment start date to request that a Pension Benefit Commencement Kit be sent to you.

    When to Do It

    • If you’re ready to start your pension benefit, you need to request the Pension Benefit Commencement Kit 60 – 90 days before your last day worked.
    • If you’re not ready to elect your pension benefit, you don’t have to do anything until you are ready to start the process.

    How to Do It

    You can either:
    • Go online to EmployeeConnect and go to the Your Benefits Resources™ home page. From there, click on “Savings and Retirement” followed by “Retire Now” under Pension; then click on “Make Pension Choices”, or
    • Call the RASC and say “pension” or "retirement" when prompted.

    What to Expect Next

    If your pension payment start date is within 60–90 days, you will receive a personalized information packet—called your Pension Benefit Commencement Kit. You can request that the RASC mail the kit to your home address. Your kit will arrive in about two weeks.
    Your kit will include these pieces:
    • Instructions on what to do
    • Pension Elections Worksheet for you to reference as you make decisions regarding your pension benefit
    • Pension Calculation Statement showing the personal information that was used to calculate your pension benefit and the amount of your benefit under each payment option that is available to you
    • Pension Option Descriptions summarizing the payment options
    • Notice of Rights outlining the legal information we are required to provide to you before you make your pension choices
    • Special Tax Notice Regarding Plan Payments outlining the tax consequences of receiving your benefit
    [groups] => ) ) [Choosing an Automatic Payment Option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Before you retire, you decide how you want your pension benefit paid to you—as monthly payments or a lump-sum payment. Some choices are considered "normal forms," such as: [groups] => ) ) [Choosing a Lump-Sum Payment Option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You decide how you want your pension benefit paid to you—as monthly payments or a lump-sum payment. Here is your lump-sum payment option choice. [groups] => ) ) [Choosing a Monthly Payment Option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You decide how you want your pension benefit paid to you—as monthly payments or a lump-sum payment. Here are your monthly payment option choices. [groups] => ) ) [What to Do After You Leave the Company: If You Elect a Lump-Sum Cash Payment] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your entire pension benefit will be paid to you after you leave the company, and there is nothing further you need to do when it comes to your pension benefit, unless you move during the same year your benefit is paid to you. In that case, you will need to inform the RASC of your new address so that the appropriate tax forms may be sent to you. [groups] => ) ) [What to Do After You Leave the Company: If You Elect the Single Life Annuity, 10-Year Certain and Life Annuity or Joint and Survivor Annuity] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Keep the RASC informed of any changes in your personal situation, such as your address, direct deposit or tax withholding details. If you elect the 10-Year Certain and Life Annuity and your beneficiary dies before 10 years of payments are made, you may want to update your beneficiary designations. [groups] => ) ) [Lump-Sum Cash Payment] => Array ( [Pension Payment Options] => Array ( [content] =>

    Available to everyone

    How Long Benefits Are Paid

    • You receive a single cash payment of your entire benefit. No other benefits are payable under the Plan after you receive the payment.
    • The single cash payment is equal to the present value of your monthly payments, which are determined by the interest rates released each August and mortality table in effect at the time you receive the benefit.
    • You can defer paying taxes on your lump-sum payment by directly rolling it over to an IRA or other eligible employer’s retirement plan. If you don't directly roll over your payment, then you have 60 days to roll it over.

    NOTE: If you don’t directly roll over your lump-sum payment, the IRS requires that 20% automatically be withheld and you will have to pay additional income taxes at tax filing time if the 20% withholding amount is not enough. If you are under age 59½, early withdrawal taxes may apply. Your payment is also subject to state and local income taxes where applicable. Some states, such as Ohio, require automatic state tax withholding, and you may be required to pay additional taxes at tax filing time if the amount withheld is not enough.

    Why Choose It

    • You feel comfortable investing the lump-sum value of your pension benefit so that you can provide yourself with a steady stream of lifetime income.
    • You do not want to receive monthly benefit payments for life.
    • You may have the opportunity to pass any remaining amount of your lump-sum payment to your heirs upon your death.

    NOTE: If you’re married when payments begin, you may be required to submit spousal consent to choose this payment option.

    Still Have Questions?

    [groups] => ) ) [Joint and Survivor Annuity] => Array ( [Pension Payment Options] => Array ( [content] =>

    Available to everyone who is married

    The 50% Joint and Survivor Annuity is the normal or default form of payment if you are married and you don’t choose a different payment option (with your spouse’s consent).

    How Long Benefits Are Paid

    • A reduced monthly benefit is paid to you for your lifetime.
    • If you die before your spouse, he or she will receive a monthly benefit for the rest of his or her life. If your spouse dies before you, no benefits will be paid to a new beneficiary when you die. In addition, once your payments start, you cannot change your payment option—even if your spouse dies before you or you get divorced.
    • The monthly benefit amount is calculated based on your age and your spouse’s age when your benefit payment is to start, and you choose the monthly amount your spouse is to receive after you die, such as 50% or 75% of your monthly benefit. Refer to the personalized Pension Calculation Statement you will receive in your Pension Benefit Commencement Kit for the benefit amounts.

    Why Choose It

    • You are married at the time you elect your benefit.
    • You want to provide ongoing monthly benefits to your spouse for his/her lifetime.
    • Your spouse will not consent to a different form of payment.
    [groups] => ) ) [10-Year Certain and Life Annuity] => Array ( [Pension Payment Options] => Array ( [content] =>

    Available to anyone who is retirement-eligible when his or her employment with Rockwell Automation ends

    This is the normal or default form of payment if you’re single when you retire and you don’t choose a different payment option.

    How Long Benefits Are Paid

    • A reduced monthly benefit is paid to you for your lifetime with benefit payments guaranteed for 10 years.
    • If you die before receiving payments for 10 full years, your named beneficiary will receive the same payment amount for the remaining months.
    • Payments to your beneficiary will stop after payments have been made for a total of 10 years (payments to you plus payments to your beneficiary).

    Why Choose It

    • You want to receive a monthly benefit for your lifetime.
    • You want to provide a beneficiary with a limited number of payments if you were to die within 10 years of when your payments start.

    NOTE: If you're married when payments begin, you may be required to submit spousal consent to choose this payment option. This payment option is not available to employees who leave Rockwell Automation before they are eligible for early retirement.

    [groups] => ) ) [Single Life Annuity] => Array ( [Pension Payment Options] => Array ( [content] =>

    Available to everyone

    How Long Benefits Are Paid

    • A monthly benefit is paid to you for your lifetime.
    • No benefits are paid after you die.

    Why Choose It

    • You want to receive the highest monthly benefit possible for your lifetime.
    • There's no need to provide benefits to anyone else after you die.

    NOTE: If you’re married when payments begin, you may be required to submit spousal consent to choose this payment option.

    [groups] => ) ) [Choosing a Payment Option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Before you leave the company, you decide how you want your pension benefit to be paid to you—either as a recurring monthly payment or a single lump-sum cash payment. The value of the benefit is equal under all the payment options. However, the actual amounts will differ based on the number of payments that are guaranteed, such as monthly benefits only to you or monthly benefits to you and another person. [groups] => ) ) [Consider These Things Before You Retire] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Before you retire, you need to be aware of a few things as it relates to your pension benefit: [groups] => ) ) [Calculate Your Pension Plan Benefit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation pays the full cost of your Pension Plan benefit. The amount of your benefit is calculated using a formula that takes into account:
    • Your age at retirement (and your spouse's age, if married)
    • Your years of service with Rockwell Automation (called your credited service)
    • Your salary history over the last 10 years while working at Rockwell Automation
    • The payment option you elect
    [groups] => ) ) [You must apply to receive Social Security benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Social Security benefits are not paid automatically. You must apply to receive a benefit, which you can do online, by phone or in person.
    • Online: Go to the Social Security Administration website and click on “Apply online for retirement, disability or Medicare benefits” on the left side of your screen.
    • Phone: Call the Social Security Administration.
    • In person: Make an appointment with your local Social Security office.
    • [groups] => ) ) [Starting your Social Security benefit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can request to start your benefit before or after your normal Social Security retirement age.
      • The earliest you can start your benefit is age 62. Your benefit amount will be reduced if you start it early.
      • Your benefit amount will be higher if you start it at or after your normal Social Security retirement age. So if you don’t need your Social Security benefit right away, you may want to postpone starting it until a later date so that your benefit will be larger.
      The date you start your Social Security benefit doesn’t have to coincide with your retirement from Rockwell Automation or when you receive your Pension Plan benefit. [groups] => ) ) [When Your Social Security Benefit Can Begin] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Full benefits are payable at your normal (or full) Social Security retirement age—either age 65, 66 or 67, depending on the year you were born. (Visit the Social Security Administration website and enter “normal retirement age” in the search box to find a chart showing the normal retirement age for different years of birth.) [groups] => ) ) [Social Security] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You and your employers (including Rockwell Automation) have been contributing to your Social Security benefit throughout your working years. The options for Social Security retirement benefits are very complex. Consider consulting with a trusted financial advisor to help you make a decision that best fits your needs. [groups] => ) ) [Government-Provided Retirement Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => In addition to the retirement benefits you get from Rockwell Automation, you also will want to consider when you need to apply for Social Security and Medicare—the retirement benefits the government offers. [groups] => ) ) [If Your Vested Account Balance is $1,000 or Less When You Retire] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
      1. Review the information you will automatically receive from Fidelity that outlines your distribution choices.
      2. Decide what to do with your vested account balance: receive it as a single lump-sum cash payment that will be taxed, elect a direct rollover to an IRA or a new employer’s plan that accepts rollovers, or request a partial withdrawal from your account balance if you are age 59 ½ or older.
      3. Notify the Rockwell Automation Service Center at Fidelity within 90 days following your retirement if you want to elect a direct rollover.
      4. Prepare to receive your vested account balance as a single lump-sum cash payment (less the required income tax withholding) if you do not elect a direct rollover within 90 days following your retirement date. If you do not elect a direct rollover, you will receive the payment at the end of the calendar quarter that follows after the calendar quarter in which you retire. For example, if you retire on June 3, you would receive your payment by the end of September.
      [groups] => ) ) [If Your Vested Account Balance is More Than $1,000 When You Retire] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
      1. Consider consulting with a trusted investment advisor, tax specialist or attorney to help you decide the distribution option—and payment timing—that will best fit your needs.
      2. Make your distribution election with Fidelity within one to two weeks of when you want to receive a distribution. To do that, call the Rockwell Automation Service Center at Fidelity.
      3. Expect to receive a personalized distribution information packet from Fidelity summarizing your distribution choices if you do not make a distribution election shortly after you retire. This packet will arrive within the first month following your retirement date.
      4. If you decide to roll over your account balance into an IRA, explore several IRA providers to find one that will fit your needs. (Rockwell Automation does not endorse or recommend any IRA providers.)
      5. Count on having your vested account balance stay in the Rockwell Automation Retirement Savings Plan until you make a distribution election.
      [groups] => ) ) [When You Can Expect Your Distribution] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your distribution request (direct rollover or cash payment) from your Retirement Savings Plan account will be processed in one to two business days. It may take one to two weeks for you to receive it. [groups] => ) ) [Request a partial withdrawal if you are 59½ or older.] => Array ( [Distribution Options] => Array ( [content] =>

      You may elect to receive a portion of your account balance paid to you in a cash payment, less tax withholding as required by law. The remainder of your balance stays in your account tax-deferred, and you continue to control your investment choices.

      Things to Consider

      • The IRS requires that 20% is withheld for federal income taxes on any taxable portion of your payment. You may have to pay additional taxes at tax filing time if the 20% is not enough, in addition to any applicable state or local taxes.
      • To select the amount, source or investment for a partial withdrawal after age 59 1/2, call the Service Center at Fidelity at 1.877.ROK.401K (1.877.765.4015).
      [groups] => ) ) [Pension Age and Service Points] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => These are used to determine if you’re eligible for a reduced early retirement benefit from the Pension Plan. One “point” is given for each year of your age and each year you’ve worked at Rockwell Automation. (You receive one twelfth of a point for each full month of your age and each month in which you work at least one day at Rockwell Automation.) For example, if you’re 52 years old and you’ve worked at Rockwell Automation for 24 years, you have 76 points (52 + 24 = 76). This means you’re eligible for a reduced early retirement benefit. [groups] => ) ) [Credited Service] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Basically, this is all the years you’ve worked at Rockwell Automation. It is used to calculate the amount of your pension benefit and to determine age + service points and your eligibility for early retirement. In general, you earn credited service while you are actively employed as a salaried or hourly employee at a location covered by the Plan, from your first month of employment through the month in which your termination date occurs. Each calendar month counts as one twelfth of a year of credited service. A year of credited service is 365 days of credited service. [groups] => ) ) [After Age 65 (Late Retirement)] => Array ( [Retirement Age Information] => Array ( [content] =>

      What Happens

      You continue to work at Rockwell Automation after you reach age 65.

      When Your Pension Benefit May Start

      Under IRS rules, if you continue to work past age 65, you must start your benefit right after you retire and it will not be reduced.

      NOTE: You continue to earn a pension benefit for as long as you work at Rockwell Automation. In other words, the extra time you work past age 65 will be factored into your benefit calculation.

      [groups] => ) ) [At Age 65 (Normal Retirement)] => Array ( [Retirement Age Information] => Array ( [content] =>

      What Happens

      You continue to work for Rockwell Automation until you reach age 65.

      When Your Pension Benefit May Start

      Under IRS rules, you must start your benefit right after you retire and it will not be reduced.

      [groups] => ) ) [Before Age 65 (Early Retirement)] => Array ( [Retirement Age Information] => Array ( [content] =>

      What Happens

      You stop working at Rockwell Automation before age 65.

      When Your Pension Benefit May Start

      • You may start your early retirement pension benefit right after you stop working, but it will be reduced if you are younger than age 65. (It’s reduced because of the longer period of time it’s expected to be paid.)

      NOTE: The size of the reduction varies based on your service and age at the time you receive your benefit. If at the time your employment ends you do not have 10 years of service and are not age 55 or older, or you do not have 10 years of service and at least 75 age + service points, then the size of the reduction will also depend on interest rates in effect at the time you receive your benefit.

      [groups] => ) ) [When You Can Retire and Receive a Pension Plan Benefit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

      The normal retirement age is 65. You also can retire before or after age 65. If you retire on or after age 65, your pension payments must start right away. If you retire before age 65, you may be able to choose when you want to start your pension benefit—either right after you retire or at a later date.

      [groups] => ) ) [Take Note of These Rockwell Automation Stock Fund Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
      If a portion of your Retirement Savings Plan account continues to be invested in the Rockwell Automation Stock Fund after you retire and that amount is more than 15% of your total account balance, Fidelity will automatically transfer the portion that exceeds 15% of your account balance out of the Rockwell Automation Stock Fund and into the default target date fund in the year after you retire. If this applies to you, Fidelity will notify you in advance of the transfer.
      [groups] => ) ) [Retirement help from Financial Engines] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => As long as you maintain a balance in the Retirement Savings Plan, you have access to help from Financial Engines. You can talk to them about investing and spending strategies for the money you’ve saved in your 401(k) plan and how to make the most of all your sources of income. If you’re already receiving Professional Management, this service will continue until you cancel or withdraw your full balance from the Plan. To speak with an Investment Advisor Representative, call Fidelity Investments and ask to be connected to Financial Engines. [groups] => ) ) [Request a direct rollover] => Array ( [Distribution Options] => Array ( [content] =>

      Your vested account balance will be paid to an IRA (individual retirement account or individual retirement annuity) or a new employer’s retirement plan that accepts rollovers on your behalf.

      Things to Consider

      • With a direct rollover, you can continue to defer taxes on your account balance. Taxes will apply when this money is eventually paid to you.
      • If a portion of your account is invested in the Rockwell Automation Stock Fund, you’ll need to decide if you want it paid out as cash or as stock.
      [groups] => ) ) [Request annual installment payments] => Array ( [Distribution Options] => Array ( [content] =>

      You can only choose this option if your vested account balance is at least $10,000 and you retire at or after age 65, or at age 55 with at least 10 years of service.


      Your account balance will be paid to you in annual installment payments, with estimated taxes automatically being withheld on the taxable portion of your payment as required by law. You choose the payment time period, up to a maximum of 10 years. If you die before receiving all payments, the remaining balance will be paid to your beneficiary in a single lump-sum cash payment.

      Things to Consider

      • The IRS requires that 20% automatically be withheld on the taxable portion of your account balance. You will have to pay additional income taxes at tax filing time if the 20% withholding amount is not enough.
      • Your payment is also subject to state income taxes, and local income taxes where applicable. Some states, such as Ohio, require automatic state tax withholding. If you live in one of those states, you will have to pay additional state income taxes at tax filing time if the estimated withholding amount is not enough.
      [groups] => ) ) [Take a lump-sum cash distribution] => Array ( [Distribution Options] => Array ( [content] =>

      The full value of your vested account balance will be paid to you in a single cash payment, less the automatic tax withholding on the taxable portion of your payment, as required by law.

       

      NOTE: If your account balance is $1,000 or less, it will automatically be paid to you in a single lump-sum cash payment after you retire, unless you elect to transfer it as a direct rollover into an IRA or a new employer’s plan that accepts rollovers.

      Things to Consider

      • You receive a single cash payment of your entire vested account balance. No other benefits are payable from the Plan after you receive the payment.
      • You can defer paying taxes on your lump-sum payment by rolling it over to an IRA or other eligible employer’s retirement plan within 60 days of when you receive it.
      • If a portion of your account is invested in the Rockwell Automation Stock Fund, you’ll need to decide how you want it paid out—either as cash or as stock.

      NOTE: If you don’t roll over your lump-sum payment, the IRS requires that 20% automatically be withheld and you will have to pay additional income taxes at tax filing time if the 20% withholding amount is not enough. If you are younger than 59½, early withdrawal taxes may apply. Your payment is also subject to state and local income taxes where applicable. Some states, such as Ohio, require automatic state tax withholding, and you may be required to pay additional taxes at tax filing time if the amount withheld is not enough.

      [groups] => ) ) [Leave your money in the Rockwell Automation Retirement Savings Plan] => Array ( [Distribution Options] => Array ( [content] =>

      Your account balance will stay in your account where you can continue to defer taxes on this money and control your investments by using the investment choices available under the Plan.

       

      NOTE: This is what will happen if you don't make a choice when you retire (the Plan default).

      Things to Consider

      You can leave all of your money in the Plan up to age 70½. Taxes will apply when your taxable account balance is eventually paid to you.

       

      NOTE: IRS rules require that you begin to take your money out of the Plan by April 1 of the year after you reach age 70½. The only exception to this is if you continue to work past age 70½.

      [groups] => ) ) [Your distribution choices if your vested account balance is at least $1,000] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Contributions to your Retirement Savings Plan 401(k) account generally will stop with your last paycheck from Rockwell Automation. After you retire, you get to choose what you want to do with the money in your account as long as your vested account balance is at least $1,000. (Unlike with the Pension Plan, Retirement Savings Plan distribution choices cannot be made before you retire.) Before you receive money from your Retirement Savings Plan account, it's a good idea to seek the help of a trusted financial advisor for distribution advice, including how to receive any portion of your account that is invested in the Rockwell Automation Stock Fund. Here are your distribution options (provided your vested account balance is at least $1,000) that you can make after you retire: [groups] => ) ) [Make sure the Rockwell Automation Service Center at Fidelity knows how to reach you] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => After you retire and while you still have money in your Retirement Savings Plan account, you will need to keep the Rockwell Automation Service Center at Fidelity informed of any changes in your contact information, such as your address or phone number. [groups] => ) ) [What Gets Taxed?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The type of contributions that you make to your Retirement Savings Plan (401(k) Plan) account determines what gets taxed when you receive the money. Refer to the Retirement Savings Plan SPD for more details about the tax treatment of your account. You can download it by logging into your account or calling Fidelity. [groups] => ) ) [Unused Vacation Balance] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Any unused, earned vacation days and floating holidays through your last day of work will be paid out to you in a lump sum with your final paycheck, and will not be used to extend your service beyond your last day worked. Typically, you receive your final paycheck within two weeks after you retire. To verify your unused vacation balance, talk to your Human Resources representative or visit SAP > Employee Self Service > Working Time > Leave Request > Show Time Accounts. [groups] => ) ) [Do You Participate in a Non-Qualified Retirement Plan or Do You Have Stock Options or Other Equity Awards?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => There are additional items to consider when choosing your retirement date. For more information, download the Applying for Your Additional Retirement Benefits PDF guide. NOTE: The non-qualified retirement plans are offered to employees who are affected by the IRS compensation limits that apply to plans like the Pension Plan and Retirement Savings Plan. Employees who are eligible for any of these benefits received information at the time they became eligible for them. [groups] => ) ) [Why You Might Want to Choose a Date That’s Toward the Beginning of a Month] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
      • You gain an additional 1/12th of your annual vacation allowance that is then paid to you after you retire.
      • Many of your current benefits (such as medical and dental coverage) continue through the end of your retirement month. This gives you additional time to analyze your health care coverage needs during retirement and explore your options.
      NOTE: If you choose a retirement date toward the beginning of a month, you’ll need to prepare for a slightly longer cash flow gap. For example, if you choose to retire on March 2, you would need to have enough savings on hand to cover one month of living expenses since your first pension check would arrive on April 1. (It takes 90 – 120 days following retirement to process a lump-sum cash payment from the Pension Plan.) [groups] => ) ) [Why You Might Want to Choose a Date That’s Toward the End of a Month] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
      • If you elect to receive your pension benefit in the form of a monthly payment, there’s less time between when you receive your last paycheck and when your first pension payment will arrive. That’s because pension payments are made on the first of the month. For example, if you retire on March 29, you could receive your first payment on April 1 if you return all your paperwork on time. (If you choose a lump-sum cash payment, It takes 90 – 120 days following retirement to process.)
      • If you participate in the Annual Employee Incentive Plan (AEIP) and work through Dec. 31 or the last business day of the year (you complete the first three months of the Plan’s fiscal year, which starts on Oct. 1) and there is a payout, you will be eligible for a portion of your bonus after you retire. For AEIP, retirement means on your last day worked: you are at least age 55 with 10 years of service or at least age 65 with 5 years of service. If you work through the 15th of your last month at Rockwell Automation, you will receive credit for a full month. Your bonus will be paid to you in December. For details about other incentive plans, talk to your HR representative.
      [groups] => ) ) [How to Choose a Retirement Date] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your last day worked (meaning your retirement date) can be any date you choose—toward the beginning, middle or end of the month. As you decide what date is best for your situation, you’ll want to think about what happens to the benefits you have today once you retire and how prepared you are for a gap in cash flow. [groups] => ) ) [These Benefits Will End on the Last Day of the Month in Which You Retire] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

      Medical

      You can elect to continue coverage for you and your family members under COBRA. You will automatically receive COBRA enrollment information after your employment ends. You should not elect COBRA coverage if you are eligible for retiree medical coverage from Rockwell Automation and choose to have this coverage start the first of the month after you retire. Learn more eligibility details.

      Health Reimbursement Account (HRA)

      You may use the money in your account on eligible expenses you incur by the end of the month in which you retire. You may continue to access this money if you choose to continue your medical coverage under COBRA or you enroll in the Rockwell Automation pre-65 retiree medical HRA option. Otherwise, you will forfeit any money left in your account.

      Health Savings Account (HSA)

      You keep the money in your account when you retire. To maintain your account, you will be responsible for paying the monthly service fee to HealthEquity, if you are no longer covered by the Rockwell Automation HSA option. Alternatively, you can roll your account balance to an HSA with another financial institution.

      Dental

      You can elect to continue coverage for you and your family members under COBRA. You will automatically receive COBRA enrollment information after your employment ends. COBRA coverage generally ends 18 months after you retire.

      Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs)

      Dependent Care: You may use the money in your account on eligible expenses you incur by the end of the month in which you retire. In keeping with IRS rules, any money left in your account will be forfeited. Health Care: You may use the money in your account on eligible expenses you incur by the end of the month in which you retire. If you have any money remaining after that, you can elect to continue your coverage under COBRA. You will automatically receive COBRA enrollment information after your employment ends.

      Basic Life Insurance

      You can convert your coverage to an individual policy directly with MetLife, the life insurance administrator.

      Supplemental Life Insurance

      You can either continue your coverage under a similar group policy with MetLife or convert coverage to an individual policy.

      Vision

      Your UnitedHealthcare Vision Plan coverage will end.

      Voluntary Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance

      You can either continue your coverage under a similar group policy with MetLife or convert coverage to an individual policy.

        [groups] => ) ) [These Benefits Will End on the Last Day You Work] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

      Pension Plan

      Your pension benefit will be calculated using your service information on your last day worked and your pay information that’s finalized 60 days after your last day worked. Learn about applying for your pension benefit.

      Retirement Savings Plan (401(k) Plan)

      Contributions to your account generally stop with your last paycheck. Learn more about what you can do with your vested account balance after you retire.

      Short- and Long-Term Disability

      Your coverage automatically ends and it cannot be continued.

      Vacation Days

      Any unused vacation days you have earned will be paid to you with your final paycheck as a lump sum. Typically, you receive your final paycheck within two weeks after you retire. [groups] => ) ) [Last Day Worked] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your last day worked is considered your retirement date for benefit purposes. Your last day worked is the earliest of the date:
      • You retire, die or terminate your employment with the Company (whether voluntary or not); or,
      • That is the first anniversary of the date you remain absent from employment with the Company (with or without pay) for any reason other than those listed in the first bullet. This includes leaves of absence, layoff, sickness or disability. However, if you are on a leave of absence that extends for more than 12 months, your last day of work will be extended to the last date of your approved leave of absence when calculating your vesting service.
      [groups] => ) ) [What Happens to the Benefits You Have Today] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Before you retire, you’ll want to take note of what happens to the benefits you have today. Some of these benefits will end on your last day worked at Rockwell Automation. Others will end on the last day of the month in which you retire (which could be your last day worked if you retire at the end of a month). With many of your benefits, you have the option to continue coverage after you retire. To find out what happens to all the benefits you have as an active employee when you retire, download the Termination Benefits Summary. The Termination Benefits Summary gives you details about what happens to each benefit, coverage continuation options and any next steps you would need to take. [groups] => ) ) [Key Dates for Navigating the Process] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here is a quick look at the four dates you need to keep in mind as you get the process going to receive your retirement benefits. For more personalized date information, use the Retirement Process Timeline.

      3 Months Before You Retire

      Start the Process
      • Know your benefits user IDs and passwords before you start the process
      • Inform the RASC of your retirement date and when you want your pension benefit to begin
      • Apply for Medicare (if you will be age 65 or older the day you retire)
      • Review the retiree medical options, if eligible

      2 Months Before You Retire

      Inform People of Your Decisions
      • Notify the RASC of your pension payment decision
      • Tell your manager that you are planning to retire

      1 Month Before You Retire

      Continue to Wrap Things Up
      • Review the retiree medical enrollment information that you will automatically receive from the RASC (provided you notified them earlier of your retirement date)
      • Contact your HR business partner two weeks before your retirement date to schedule your exit interview

      10th of Your Retirement Month

      Submit Your Pension Election Authorization Form by the Deadline
      • Return your form to the RASC by the 10th of your retirement month so that your pension benefit starts as soon as possible following your retirement
      [groups] => ) ) [Make note of the personal information that’s needed to access details about your Rockwell Automation benefits before and after you leave the company] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You will continue to use EmployeeConnect and the RASC for details about your benefits after you leave the company—like access to personalized information or modeling tools, or to work with a retirement specialist. Before you leave the company, it’s a good idea to make sure you know your user ID and/or password for using either of these resources. If new ones are needed, you can get them by visiting EmployeeConnect or calling the RASC. You may need to know other user IDs and passwords to access other benefits, too. [groups] => ) ) [Turn to Financial Engines for Advice] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Through Rockwell Automation, you have access to retirement help from Financial Engines. Their Investment Advisor Representatives can help you understand how to start spending from your Social Security, pension and 401(k) benefits. Their Online Advice and Professional Management services may also be useful: Online Advice: You have unlimited access to powerful retirement tools available to you at no additional cost through the Financial Engines link on NetBenefits® website. Professional Management: For a fee, experts can create and implement a retirement planning strategy that includes your 401(k) plan and considers any other retirement sources you tell them about. Call Fidelity and ask to be connected to a Financial Engines Investment Advisor Representative. Or, visit NetBenefits and click the Financial Engines link. [groups] => ) ) [Evaluate your health care needs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Rockwell Automation medical and dental coverage you have today will end on the last day of the month in which you retire. Depending on your age and years of service when you retire, you may be eligible for retiree medical coverage from Rockwell Automation. [groups] => ) ) [Turn to Your Rockwell Automation Resources for Help] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and MetLife Legal Plans (if you participate in this benefit) can help you identify the types of legal documents that may be useful for you to have. You also may want to consult with a trusted attorney. [groups] => ) ) [Review and update your legal documents] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The following types of important legal documents are good to have updated before you retire:
      • Powers of attorney: There are different types of powers of attorney, such as a power of attorney over health care and a power of attorney over property or finances. In these legal documents, you designate someone to make decisions for you in the event you’re unable to do so.
      • Living will: This legal document outlines the types of medical treatment and life-sustaining measures you want or don’t want.
      • Will: In this legal document, you designate someone to manage your estate and provide for the transfer of property at death.
      • Beneficiary designations: With these forms, you identify who you want to receive any benefits that may be payable to a beneficiary following your death, such as any remaining balance in your Retirement Savings Plan account (on Fidelity's website) and any life insurance benefits (on Your Benefits Resources™). To review your life insurance beneficiary designations, go to the Your Benefits Resources™ home page from EmployeeConnect, or call the RASC.
      Place your legal documents and other important information in a safe location and let family members know where to find them. It’s also a good idea to provide the RASC with copies of your financial-related powers of attorney. Call the RASC for details on how to submit this information. [groups] => ) ) [Prepare for a possible gap in cash flow] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => It takes time to process your Pension Plan and Retirement Savings Plan distribution elections, so you’ll want to plan your cash flow to accommodate a gap in time between your last paycheck and when you will receive those benefits (assuming you choose to receive them right after you retire). In general, here’s when you can expect to receive your Rockwell Automation retirement income benefits: [groups] => ) ) [Identify all of your retirement income sources] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => This will help you decide if you are financially ready to retire. Take a look at both your Rockwell Automation retirement income sources and those available outside of Rockwell Automation. These may include savings accounts, IRAs, retirement benefits from former employers and Social Security (if eligible). At any time, you can get an idea of your Rockwell Automation retirement income sources. Here's how:
      • Pension Plan: Use the Pension Calculator on EmployeeConnect to get an estimate of your benefit from the Pension Plan. (Find it on EmployeeConnect: Go to the Your Benefits Resources™ home page, go to the “Pension Benefits” tile, followed by “Get an Estimate”.) You can model many retirement date scenarios, including various assumptions regarding last day worked, pay and benefit payment start date, and compare your saved versions. You can also get help and request an estimate by calling the RASC and saying “pension” or "retirement" when prompted.
      • Retirement Savings Plan: Check your account balance by going online to NetBenefits, the Retirement Savings Plan’s website through Fidelity. You also can call the Rockwell Automation Service Center at Fidelity to ask questions and get information.
      [groups] => ) ) [Seek financial advice for retirement] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You have some important choices to make before you retire. Trusted investment advisors, tax specialists or attorneys can help you make decisions that are best for you and your financial situation. To give your financial advisors a better idea of the retirement benefits you get from Rockwell Automation, it’s a good idea to share your important benefits-related documents with them, such as:
      • The Summary Plan Descriptions (SPDs) for your retirement benefits (Pension Plan, Retirement Savings Plan and Retiree Medical)
      • Your most recent benefits statements (Pension Plan benefit estimate from Your Benefits ResourcesTM through EmployeeConnect or the RASC and Retirement Savings Plan account statements from Fidelity)
      • Your beneficiary designations (from Your Benefits ResourcesTM through EmployeeConnect and Fidelity)
      • Your Guide to a Hassle-Free Retirement
      You can download copies of your SPDs and Your Guide to a Hassle-Free Retirement by going to the Your Benefits ResourcesTM home page from EmployeeConnect, or you can request copies be sent to you by calling the RASC. [groups] => ) ) [Create your retirement budget] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Some expenses will likely go down after you retire, such as clothing or restaurant meals. Others might increase, such as hobbies, travel and health care expenses. That’s why it’s important to have a budget so that you’ll know if your retirement income sources will be enough to cover your anticipated expenses. There are a number of helpful budget planning resources online. These resources can help you identify the types of anticipated expenses that should be included, such as retiree health care coverage costs. You can find these resources online using your preferred search engine and searching these terms: “retirement,” “planning” and “budget”. [groups] => ) ) [Health Management Program Deadlines] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You must complete the HRQ, Take Action activities and the Health Screening between Jan. 16, 2020, with a deadline of Dec. 31, 2020. [groups] => ) ) [Supplemental Life Insurance Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Life insurance pays a benefit to your beneficiary if you die. You can buy Supplemental Life Insurance for yourself, your spouse/domestic partner and your children. [groups] => ) ) [Supplemental Life Insurance Eligibility] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can buy Supplemental Life Insurance for yourself, your spouse/domestic partner and your children. Child Life Insurance covers dependent children until the end of the month in which the child turns age 26. (Note: Child Life Insurance eligibility is the same as medical and dental eligibility.) [groups] => ) ) [Health Savings Account (HSA) option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Health Savings Account option (HSA) option is designed to protect you and your family financially when you need care. The HSA option comes with an account funded by Rockwell Automation; the amount you receive is based on who you cover. You can contribute to your account, too, up to IRS limits. You can find the limits on the IRS website: irs.gov. Here's what you pay in the HSA option when you receive care. [groups] => ) ) [Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) Option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) option is designed to protect you and your family financially when you need care. The HRA option comes with an account funded by Rockwell Automation; the amount you receive is based on who you cover. Here's what you pay in the HRA option when you receive care. [groups] => ) ) [Health Management Archive] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Looking for downloads from last year? Visit the Health Management Program download archive. [groups] => ) ) [Downloads] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Click on the category below to see the downloads in each section. [groups] => ) ) [About Best Doctors] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => All active employees participating in either the Rockwell Automation HSA or HRA medical option are eligible to access Best Doctors resources. Retiring employees will have Best Doctors access through their last month of employment. [groups] => ) ) [Tools you can use] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here’s how you can use Best Doctors:
      • Use Ask the Expert when you have questions about your health condition and treatment options to help you make an educated healthcare decision.
      • Get an in-depth medical review by a clinical team and expert physicians to figure out which care is right for you and improve your treatment outcomes.
      • Use the FindBestDoc service to connect with the right specialist for your condition.
      • Explore the Solutions Library for online tools and resources, or call our clinical coaches if your doctor recommends surgery. They can help guide you in your treatment decision-making.
      [groups] => ) ) [Coverage is different in the HRA option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are enrolled in the HRA option, your prescription drug coverage is different. Visit the HRA option page for prescription drug information that applies to you. [groups] => ) ) [Coverage is different in the HSA option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are enrolled in the HSA option, your prescription drug coverage is different. Visit the HSA option page for prescription drug information that applies to you. [groups] => ) ) [Prescription drug coverage depends on your medical plan] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation offers prescription drug coverage to all employees enrolled in a medical option. But, your coverage depends on the medical option you're in. If you're in the HSA option, your prescription drug costs are a part of your medical deductible. If you're in the HRA option, you don't have to meet your medical deductible before you start enjoying prescription drug benefits. [groups] => ) ) [Using the Money in Your HRA] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can use the money in your Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) to pay for eligible medical expenses for you and your dependents covered by the plan. Eligible expenses include prescription drugs, office visits and hospital expenses. If you do not use all the money in your HRA during the year, the funds roll over to the next plan year if you stay in the HRA option. [groups] => ) ) [Non-Preferred Brand Name (or Non-Formulary) Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Drugs that tend to be expensive and usually have a more cost-effective generic or preferred brand name alternative. [groups] => ) ) [Preferred Brand Name (or Formulary) Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Drugs that have been determined to provide effective treatment when used as intended, and typically cost less than non-preferred brand name drugs. [groups] => ) ) [Value-based Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Medication for high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes that Rockwell Automation has identified for a special pricing schedule, which cost 50% less compared to non-value-based drugs. [groups] => ) ) [Preventive Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Drugs used to treat conditions like high cholesterol and high blood pressure. For a list of eligible preventive drugs, visit CVS/caremark’s website. [groups] => ) ) [Maintenance Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Drugs that you take on an ongoing basis to treat chronic conditions, such as high blood pressure or cholesterol. [groups] => ) ) [Indirect generics] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Generic medications that treat the same conditions as other brand name medications but are a different chemical entity. [groups] => ) ) [Direct Generics] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Generic medications that are the same chemical entity as their patent-expired brand name counterparts. [groups] => ) ) [Results Page Info] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here's a look at the prescription drug details that apply to you, based on your selections. Retake the Wizard to try again. [groups] => ) ) [Wizard Instructions] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Use the Prescription Drug Wizard to find out more about how your prescription drug plan works. Start by selecting your medical option. Then answer some questions about your prescription drug plan and preferences. [groups] => ) ) [Preventive Drugs Covered] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Since you've met your medical deductible, your generic preventive drug prescriptions are covered 100% by the plan. [groups] => ) ) [Met Your Medical Out-of-Pocket Maximum?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Because you’ve met your medical out-of-pocket maximum, Rockwell Automation pays 100% of your covered prescription drug expenses. However, if you choose to fill a brand name version of a drug that has a generic or indirect generic version available, you will still have to pay the brand penalty. [groups] => ) ) [Brand Penalty Does Not Count Toward Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The brand penalty, or cost you pay for filling the brand name drug versus the generic drug, does not count toward your out-of-pocket maximum. [groups] => ) ) [Find Preventive Prescription Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => For a list of eligible preventive prescription drugs, like medication to treat high cholesterol or high blood pressure, visit CVS/caremark's website. [groups] => ) ) [Value-Based Prescription Discount] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are enrolled in the HRA option and take medication for high blood pressure, high cholesterol or diabetes (medications only), you will pay 50% less for your value-based prescriptions. These conditions were selected for special value-based pricing because improving them will have the largest impact on the overall health of Rockwell Automation employees. [groups] => ) ) [Preferred vs. Non-Preferred Brand Name Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Preferred brand name (or formulary) drugs have been determined to provide effective treatment when used as intended and typically cost less then non-preferred brand name drugs. Non-preferred brand name (or non-formulary) drugs tend to be expensive and often have a less expensive generic or preferred brand name alternative available. [groups] => ) ) [Brand Penalty Does Not Count Toward Deductible or Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The brand penalty, or cost you pay for filling the brand name drug versus the generic drug, does not count toward your deductible or out-of-pocket maximum. [groups] => ) ) [Met Your Prescription Drug Out-of-Pocket Maximum?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Because you’ve met your prescription drug out-of-pocket maximum, Rockwell Automation pays 100% of your covered prescription drug expenses. However, if you choose to fill a brand name version of a drug that has a generic or indirect generic version available, you will still have to pay the brand penalty. [groups] => ) ) [Glossary] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => To find definitions about different prescription drug terms, visit the glossary. [groups] => ) ) [Maintenance Choice Program] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you take a maintenance drug and fill your prescription in a 30-day supply at a retail pharmacy, you will need to enroll in the Maintenance Choice Program. If you qualify for this program, you will receive a letter at least 10 days before your third fill is due. When you enroll in this program, you have the choice to receive your maintenance medication in a 90-day supply either through CVS/caremark mail order or at your local retail CVS pharmacy. You can opt out of the program at any time by calling CVS/caremark. [groups] => ) ) [About Indirect Generics] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you submit a brand name prescription and there is not a generic version available for that brand name drug, you may need to try either an indirect generic or preferred brand name drug. Ask your pharmacist to contact your doctor and request a prescription for another medication that treats the same condition. [groups] => ) ) [Leaving the Company] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are considering leaving Rockwell Automation for another opportunity or for retirement, review the Rockwell Automation Termination Benefits Summary PDF to learn how leaving the company impacts your benefits. Before you leave, you should also:
      • Consider how pay, benefits, and other programs may be affected
      • Provide your manager written notice of intent to leave
      • Contact your HR Generalist to schedule an exit interview
      • Verify time off and time worked records
      • Submit any outstanding work expenses for reimbursement
      • Return all company property
      • Verify personal information
      • Complete your exit interview
      [groups] => ) ) [Rockwell Automation Pension Plan Eligibility] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Rockwell Automation Pension Plan is closed to employees hired or rehired on or after July 1, 2010. If you transfer employment from a noncovered location to a covered location, your eligibility will depend on whether you had previously participated in this Plan or certain other pension plans of the Company as described in detail in the "Eligibility" section of the Summary Plan Description on EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [What is my Rockwell Automation Termination Date?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your termination date (also called your “last day worked”) is the earliest of the date:
      • You retire, die, or terminate your employment with the Company (whether voluntary or not); or,
      • That is the first anniversary of the date you remain absent from employment with the Company (with or without pay) for any reason other than those listed in the first bullet. This includes leaves of absence, layoff, sickness or disability. However, if you are on a leave of absence that extends for more than 12 months, your last day of work will be extended to the last date of your approved leave of absence when calculating your vesting service.
      [groups] => ) ) [Rockwell Automation Pension Plan Vesting] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Vesting refers to your right to receive a pension benefit from the Rockwell Automation Pension Plan, even if you leave the company before retirement. You are vested in the Plan when you:
      • Have completed five years of vesting service under the Plan, or
      • Reach normal retirement age (age 65) while working for the company.
      [groups] => ) ) [Rockwell Automation Pension Plan Vesting Service] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => This is used to define your ownership of your pension benefit. Vesting service is calculated beginning with the month in which you are first employed at Rockwell Automation and ending with the month in which your termination date occurs. It is calculated in years and fractions of years (one month equals one-twelfth of a year). For example, if you started working at the company on May 1, 2008, you would be vested in the Plan on April 2, 2013, if you had continued to work for the company during those five years. [groups] => ) ) [Working with a Rockwell Automation Retirement Specialist] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Retirement specialists understand how important your decisions are when it comes to your retirement benefits, including the Pension Plan. They’ll be able to record your elections for your Rockwell Automation Pension Plan (if eligible) and retiree medical elections (if eligible) over the phone (unless you choose to do so online), help you complete and return any required paperwork and help you understand:
      • How to pick a retirement date that maximizes the benefits you’ll receive from Rockwell Automation;
      • If eligible, what your Rockwell Automation Pension Plan and retiree medical benefits options are;
      • The forms and information you’ll receive in the mail about your benefits;
      • How to begin your Social Security and Medicare benefits; and
      • What action steps you need to take and when.
      [groups] => ) ) [When to Start the Pension Benefit Election Process] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are eligible for a Pension Plan benefit from Rockwell Automation, you should begin the process by requesting a Pension Benefit Commencement Kit 60 to 90 days before you want your pension benefit to begin. If  you are not within that 60- to 90-day period, you can receive an estimate of your pension benefit, but you cannot initiate the process. [groups] => ) ) [Change Your Contribution Amount] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can change your contribution amount or stop contributing altogether anytime throughout the year. If you leave Rockwell Automation, you can take your benefit with you or roll it over to an IRA, 401(k) or other qualified plan. Your contributions to other plans, like a 401(k), 403(b) or 457(b), can be rolled into the Retirement Savings Plan. Contact Fidelity for details. [groups] => ) ) [Auto-Enrollment] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you don't make any elections, you will automatically be enrolled at a 3% pre-tax contribution rate after you've worked at Rockwell Automation for 30 days. Your contributions will be invested in a default target fund, based on your birth date and target retirement date.

      You'll receive more information and an auto-enrollment notification letter from Fidelity approximately two weeks after your hire date. If you'd like to opt out of automatic contributions, you must change your contribution rate to 0% by the date noted on the notification letter. Contributions made to the Retirement Savings Plan cannot be refunded to you.

      [groups] => ) ) [Automatic Payroll Deductions] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Automatic payroll deductions help you save before you spend. You can save anywhere from 1 – 50% of your pay (up to $19,500 in 2020). You also can contribute an additional $6,000 in catch-up contributions if you are age 50 or older. [groups] => ) ) [Get Started at the Fidelity NetBenefits Website] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Learn more about your 401(k) plan and start saving by visiting Fidelity's website. You can also access the site through EmployeeConnect. On this site, you can:
      • Access a wide variety of financial planning tools. (Click on the "Tools & Learning" section from the home page.)
        • Contribution Calculator
        • Take-Home Pay Calculator
        • Withdrawal Calculator
        • Online Workshops
        • Income Strategy Evaluator and more!
      • Read the Summary Plan Description (SPD). It has all the information you need to know about contributions and how the 401(k) plan works.
      • Designate your beneficiaries under the "Your Profile" tab.
      • Start saving in the 401(k) plan or select the Roth 401(k) contributions.
      • Take advantage of the Financial Engines resource after you have a $5.00 account balance in the Retirement Savings Plan.
      • Manage your 401(k) account.
      [groups] => ) ) [Non-Elective Employer Contribution (NEC)] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you were hired or rehired on July 1, 2010 or later, Rockwell Automation will automatically contribute 3 – 7% of your eligible pay once a year. This contribution depends on your age and how long you have worked for the company as of Dec. 31. If you are an employee on the last day of the year, Rockwell Automation will make a contribution. You do not have to contribute to the Retirement Savings Plan to receive this NEC. If you do not choose investment funds for this contribution, it will be automatically invested in a default fund based on your target retirement date. The contribution to your Retirement Savings Plan account is generally made the following year at the end of March (for example, the 2019 NEC contribution will be deposited in March 2020). The following shows the NEC contribution percentages based on the total age + service points (as of Dec. 31): <40: 3% 40 – 59: 4% 60 – 79: 5% 80+: 7% [groups] => ) ) [When You Can Contribute] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => As of your hire date, you are immediately eligible to make pre-tax, Roth 401(k) after-tax or regular after-tax contributions. About a week or so after your start date, your information will be set up in the Fidelity system. [groups] => ) ) [Using Financial Engines] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Because Financial Engines does not sell investments or receive commissions, they can offer you unbiased advice. They offer two ways to get advice: Online Advice: You have unlimited access to powerful retirement tools available at no additional cost through the Financial Engines link on NetBenefits® website. Professional Management: For a fee, experts can create and implement a retirement planning strategy that includes your 401(k) plan and considers any other retirement sources you tell them about. [groups] => ) ) [Matching Contributions] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation will match 50 cents on every $1.00 on the first 7% of pay you contribute each pay period. [groups] => ) ) [401(k) Plan Eligibility] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Rockwell Automation Retirement Savings Plan—the 401(k) Plan—is available to all employees, including those who are scheduled to work less than 20 hours per week. After 30 days of employment, you are automatically enrolled at a 3% pre-tax contribution rate (unless you make an election). [groups] => ) ) [Company Contributions] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Two types of company contributions can be made to your Retirement Savings Plan account: a matching contribution or a Non-Elective Employer Contribution (NEC). You own (are vested in) 100% of these company contributions after completing three years of employment with Rockwell Automation, based on your hire date. You always own 100% of your own contributions. [groups] => ) ) [Supplemental Life Insurance Monthly Rate] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Supplemental Life Insurance rates are based on your coverage amount, age and smoker status. For example, the rate for a 43 year old non-smoker with $100,000 in coverage is $7.60 per month. Use the chart below to calculate your Supplemental Life Insurance rate. [groups] => ) ) [Number of Vacation Days for Current Employees] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => One year, but less than 5 years: 15 days 5 years, but less than 15 years: 20 days 15 years or greater: 25 days [groups] => ) ) [Number of Vacation Days for New Employees] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Ten hours per month of service, up to 15 days. [groups] => ) ) [When Benefits Begin for Employees Scheduled to Work Less Than 20 Hours Per Week] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You are automatically covered for these benefits on your hire date. You do not need to enroll. You get these benefits automatically after you worked at the company for an extended amount of time. [groups] => ) ) [Matching Gifts Program] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Double your contribution to any accredited school (K – 12), post secondary educational institution, educational foundation, or arts and culture organization. Rockwell Automation matches your contribution at 100% once you've been with the company for six months. Find out more on Epoch under Matching Gifts. [groups] => ) ) [When Benefits Begin for Employees Scheduled to Work 20 Hours or More Per Week] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You are automatically covered for these benefits on your hire date. You do not need to enroll. These benefits begin on your hire date if you enroll within 31 days. If you don't enroll, you cannot enroll in most of these benefits until the next Annual Enrollment period. You get these benefits automatically after you have worked at the company for an extended amount of time. [groups] => ) ) [Computer Discount Program] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Save money the next time you buy a DellTM computer. Rockwell Automation offers a discount based on the initial cost related to the purchase of qualifying hardware and operating system software. Find more information on EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [When Your Benefits Begin] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Most of your benefits will begin on your day of hire if you enroll within 31 days. EmployeeConnect will send an email to let you know you are eligible to participate in benefits. The information below will explain which benefits you are eligible for and when they begin. Although your coverage begins on day one, keep in mind that the plan administrators need time to process and enter your information in the system. [groups] => ) ) [International SOS] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation has partnered with International SOS (ISOS) to provide medical and security assistance when employees travel outside their home country for Rockwell Automation business. ISOS provides traveling employees and expatriates with worldwide emergency assistance services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. During an emergency situation, ISOS will act in concert with you and your corporate authorized contact person as needed to monitor events in the country or region of concern, to analyze the situation and, if necessary, to assist in formulating and carrying out an action plan, including payment of medical expenses if necessary. If you require assistance, become aware of incidents or have an emergency while traveling, you can call International SOS, Rockwell Automation Global Security (staffed 24 hours a day) and your home country’s embassy or consulate. Always carry your home country’s embassy or consulate emergency contact information with you. Find more information on the International SOS website. [groups] => ) ) [Holidays] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The dates below are the designated holidays for U.S. locations and employees. You are eligible for a maximum of 13 designated holidays (14 beginning in 2021!) per calendar year. If you are a part-time employee, your holiday pay will be prorated. Please note that production facilities may have alternative schedules.
      2021 Holidays
      • New Year’s Day, Jan. 1
      • Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan. 18
      • Memorial Day, May 31
      • Independence Day Observed, July 5
      • Additional Independence Day, July 6
      • Labor Day, Sept. 6
      • Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25
      • Day after Thanksgiving, Nov. 26
      • Christmas Eve Day, Dec. 24
      • Christmas Day Observed, Dec. 27
      • New Year’s Eve Day, Dec. 31
      • 3 floating holidays
      2020 Holidays
      • New Year’s Day, Jan. 1
      • Memorial Day, May 25
      • Additional Independence Day, July 2
      • Day before Independence Day, July 3
      • Labor Day, Sept. 7
      • Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26
      • Day after Thanksgiving, Nov. 27
      • Christmas Eve Day, Dec. 24
      • Christmas Day, Dec. 25
      • New Year’s Eve Day, Dec. 31
      • 3 floating holidays
      Note: When a holiday falls on a Saturday, employees will be granted one extra floating day if the site has not designated an alternate day in which it will be celebrated. When a holiday falls on a Sunday, the following Monday will be the holiday, except when Monday is also a holiday.
      [groups] => ) ) [Business Travel Accident Insurance] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Business Travel Accident Insurance pays a benefit if you are killed or injured as a result of an accident while traveling on business. Rockwell Automation automatically provides you with coverage of three times your annual salary up to $200,000. You are automatically enrolled and do not need to take any action. [groups] => ) ) [Vacation Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => At Rockwell Automation, we offer you additional benefits to help you balance your life. If you have an alternative work schedule and more than eight hours is required to take a day off, this will reduce your number of vacation days allowed. Any unused vacation or floating holidays are forfeited after Dec. 31 of each year. There is no carryover from one year to the next or pay in lieu of unused days. Vacation and floating holidays may be taken in hourly increments. Your supervisor or manager, who is responsible for ensuring smooth workflow in your department, has the right to deny your vacation or floating holiday request. [groups] => ) ) [How Vacation Days Are Determined] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The number of paid vacation days you have depends on how long you have worked for the company. New employees typically complete three months of service before being eligible to use their vacation days. If you are a part-time employee, your vacation days will be prorated. You must be scheduled to work at least 20 hours per week to be eligible for vacation. [groups] => ) ) [Adoption Assistance Program] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Once you’ve worked at Rockwell Automation for a year, you are eligible to receive financial assistance for expenses related to adopting a child. For details, call the RASC. [groups] => ) ) [Careers] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Grow your future using Careers, our online tool that lets you research, view and apply for jobs at Rockwell Automation. Find it on EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [Examples of Preventive Care] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Covered preventive care includes routine exams, such as annual physicals, well-baby and well-child care, flu shots, most immunizations and more. Contact your medical provider for more information about what services are considered preventive care. [groups] => ) ) [Flu Shots] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The single best way to prevent the flu is to get a flu vaccination each fall. Rockwell Automation makes it easy by offering free flu shots at the onsite screenings. Can’t make an onsite screening? Flu shots are 100% covered by the Rockwell Automation medical plans. If you’re enrolled in a Rockwell Automation medical option, you and your family can also get free flu shots from your primary care provider, a CVS or another network pharmacy. All these options cover flu shots at 100% with no deductible, whether you go in or out of network. Here’s how to get yours: If you see a network provider...
      • Show your medical ID card and you will not be charged for the flu shot.
      If you see an out-of-network provider...
      • You will need to pay for the flu shot up front and then file a claim for reimbursement.
      • To file your claim, download a medical expense claim form from your medical plan administrator’s website. Submit the completed form and your itemized receipt to the address on your medical ID card.
      • Then, your plan administrator will mail you a check for the amount you paid.
      [groups] => ) ) [Medicare Tax] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Medicare tax is 2.35% for high-wage earners. Visit www.irs.gov to learn if you are affected by this. [groups] => ) ) [Summaries of Benefits and Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation is required to distribute a document called a Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC). You will find this important plan document, as well as Summary Plan Descriptions (SPDs), on EmployeeConnect. You can also request a paper copy by calling the RASC. [groups] => ) ) [Women’s Preventive Care Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Women’s preventive health services are 100% covered and not subject to a deductible or coinsurance. For more information, review the Summary Plan Description (SPD) for your medical plan on EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [W-2 Reporting] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation will report the cost of health plan coverage on your W-2 form. Reporting the cost of health coverage on your W-2 does not mean that the coverage is taxable. The value of your health plan benefits will continue to be non-taxable; this reporting is for informational purposes only. Generally, you can request an electronic version of your W-2 at the beginning of January and it is usually available at the end of the month on EmployeeConnect. If you do not request an electronic version, it will be mailed to your home in late January. [groups] => ) ) [Dissolving a Domestic Partnership] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Dissolving your domestic partner relationship means that your domestic partner is no longer eligible for Rockwell Automation benefits, and this is a qualified status change allowing you to change your benefit elections. Your election change must be consistent with the change in status—in this case dropping a domestic partner. You must provide notification within 31 days of the event to request a change, and you may be asked to provide documentation of the event to make the change effective. You can provide notification through the Your Benefits tab on the EmployeeConnect website or by calling the RASC. The RASC will then mail COBRA information to your domestic partner on their COBRA options. Once the union is dissolved, your former domestic partner and domestic partner’s children are no longer eligible for coverage, other than COBRA coverage. If your coverage change results in a pricing difference from the amount you’re currently contributing, changes to your employee contributions will be effective on the first payroll following the processing of the change. However, your coverage change will be effective as of the date of the qualified change in status. In this case, you also are encouraged to update your beneficiary elections for life insurance, 401(k) and any other plans that allow beneficiary designations. [groups] => ) ) [Benefits Available to Domestic Partners] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation offers Domestic Partner benefits in the following plans:
      • Medical
      • Dental
      • Supplemental Life Insurance
      • Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance
      • MetLife Legal Plans
      In addition, domestic partners can participate in some of the optional benefits available through MetLife Auto & Home. [groups] => ) ) [Definition of Domestic Partner] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation defines a domestic partner as an adult of the same or opposite sex who resides with you and qualifies as your dependent under our benefit plan provided you meet the following criteria. You and your domestic partner:
      1. Have an exclusive mutual commitment to share responsibility for each other’s welfare and financial obligations which has existed for at least six months prior to the enrollment of the domestic partner coverage(s) and which is expected to last indefinitely;
      2. Share the same residence;
      3. Are each 18 years of age or older;
      4. Neither of you is married to anyone else;
      5. Are not related by blood in a manner that would bar your marriage in the state in which you reside (does not apply to Maine residents).
      You must also certify that two or more of the following exist as evidence of joint responsibility for basic financial obligations:
      • Joint mortgage, deed or lease.
      • Designation of the domestic partner as durable power of attorney or health care proxy.
      • Joint wills or designation of the domestic partner as executor and/or primary beneficiary.
      • Joint bank account, joint credit cards or other evidence of joint financial responsibility.
      • Designation of the domestic partner as beneficiary for life insurance or retirement benefits.
      • Other evidence that establishes economic interdependence.
      If enrolling for life insurance, at least one of the above must be either: a joint mortgage, deed or lease; or designation of the domestic partner as durable power of attorney or health care proxy. If you meet the criteria outlined above, your domestic partner and your domestic partner's children are considered eligible dependents. [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Money from Rockwell Automation] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $200 You + one $400 You + family $600 [groups] => ) ) [HRA Out-of-Network Money from Rockwell Automation] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $500 You + one $1,000 You + family $1,500 [groups] => ) ) [What You Pay for Dental Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here are the annual dental rates for full-time employees who work 40 hours per week and part-time employees who work 32 to 39 hours per week. Costs are approximately double for part-time employees who work 20 to 31 hours per week. [groups] => ) ) [What You Pay for Medical Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here are the annual rates based on who you cover, the plan you choose and your annual benefits pay. The rates shown below are for full-time employees who work 40 hours per week and part-time employees who work 32 to 39 hours per week. If you are part-time and work 20 to 31 hours per week, your costs are approximately double the amounts shown below. [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Who Can You Use the Money For?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You, your spouse or domestic partner and your children to age 26 who are enrolled in the plan [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Who Can You Use the Money For?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You or your tax dependents whether or not they are enrolled in the plan [groups] => ) ) [Health Coaching] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

      AWARE

      Receive one-on-one support from mindfulness-based stress reduction trained health and wellness professionals for self-guided individual practice. Call Workplace Options at 1.855.897.4044 to get started. You can complete this program one time to earn 100 points ($100). How to track: Once you complete six weekly telephonic sessions, go to rastaywell.com, click Aware Program and then click Self Report Now. That’s it! Goal: Manage stress by participating in telephonic mindfulness sessions. Timing: Complete six weekly telephonic sessions.

      PHONE COACHING

      Personalized phone coaching gives you the opportunity to work one-on-one with a trained health coach to create a game plan that’s right for you in areas ranging from weight management, exercise, nutrition, stress, back care, and managing your cholesterol and blood pressure. You can get started by calling StayWell at 1.800.721.2696 or going online at rastaywell.com. You can complete this program one time to earn 100 points ($100). How to track: Your health coach will keep track of your phone calls. Goal: Complete the phone coaching program. You will receive credit for the program after your third coaching call. Talk to your coach about other coaching opportunities and earn a second incentive when you complete a second program. Timing: Work with your health coach to determine a timeline that works best for your goals. [groups] => ) ) [Working Spouse or Domestic Partner Adjustment] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you cover a spouse or domestic partner who has access to coverage through his or her own employer, your premium cost will be increased by a Working Spouse or Domestic Partner Adjustment. Your annual adjustment is $420 if your salary is less than $50,000 or $900 if your salary is greater than or equal to $50,000. If your spouse or domestic partner also has access to primary medical coverage for your children, your premium cost will be increased. [groups] => ) ) [Making Changes] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Benefits Enrollment is your chance to make changes for the year. You can only make a change during the year if you have a qualified status change, such as:
      • Marriage
      • Divorce
      • Start or end a domestic partnership
      • Have a baby or adopt a child
      • Your dependent dies
      • Your spouse or domestic partner leaves a job or gains new employment
      • You, your spouse or domestic partner changes from part-time work to full-time work  (or vice versa)
      • You, your spouse or domestic partner has a significant change in health care coverage
      • You are required to provide dependent medical coverage as a result of a valid court decree that meets the requires of a Qualified Medical Child Support Order (QMCSO)
      To make a coverage change during the year, go to EmployeeConnect > Your Benefit Resources or call the Rockwell Automation Service Center at 1.877.687.7272 within 31 calendar days of the date you experience the qualified family change. [groups] => ) ) [Health Risk Questionnaire (HRQ) Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The HRQ pops up as soon as you first log in to rastaywell.com. Click “Start” in the middle of the page to begin. The HRQ is finished once you reach “Your Health Assessment Results.” The information is all confidential and only seen by you. When you finish reviewing your results, click “Done” at the bottom of the page. Make sure you reach the end and see your results before closing your browser or navigating away from the page. YOU MUST COMPLETE THIS short health survey before you can earn incentives for your Take Action activities. Complete it right away, so you can start earning rewards. [groups] => ) ) [Health Screening Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can earn $50 for every healthy target you meet based on your Health Screening results. If you meet all four targets, you can earn a total of $200 off your 2021 medical premiums. View the healthy targets below.
      [groups] => ) ) [Take Action Activities Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You have options to choose from to complete your Take Action activities, such as challenges and coaching programs. You can earn up to $500 toward your 2021 medical premium discount. Each activity equals 100 points ($100). You may complete some activities more than once. Sign up today at rastaywell.com. [groups] => ) ) [Health Management Program Overview] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

      Gateway

      The online HRQ gives you an overall picture of your health and how your lifestyle habits now may affect your future health. The HRQ is the gateway activity you must complete to earn incentives. Complete the HRQ when you log in to the rastaywell.com portal.

      Incentives

      You can earn up to $500 in incentives, which will be applied as a discount to your 2021 Rockwell Automation medical premiums.
      Take Action Activities
      You can earn up to $500 through Take Action activities alone or by combining them with the Health Screening incentives. So, if you don’t achieve all of the Health Screening healthy targets, you can do more Take Action activities to earn the total $500 incentive. Complete activities, such as Real Appeal, 10K-A-Day and coaching programs. Find details about your options and sign up at rastaywell.com.
      Health Screening
      The Health Screening measures four healthy targets—blood pressure, cholesterol, blood glucose and body mass index (BMI)—that can help identify health risks early and track improvement year over year. Complete the screening to earn up to $200 ($50 for every healthy target you meet) off your 2021 medical premiums. Find a list of healthy targets at rastaywell.com. Watch for more information about onsite Health Screenings that will be held at certain locations in the fall.

      Timing

      You must complete the HRQ, Take Action activities and the Health Screening between Jan. 16, 2020, with a deadline of Dec. 31, 2020.

      Questions?

      Call StayWell at 1.800.721.2696, Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Central Time). [groups] => ) ) [Health Management Program Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => StayWell, a third-party vendor, is the provider and administrator for the Health Management Program. StayWell handles any personal data you provide throughout any health management activities—not Rockwell Automation. [groups] => ) ) [Eligibility] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Make sure you know who's eligible. Here's a look:

      You are eligible if

      • you are employed by Rockwell Automation and work 20 hours or more per week.
      • you are a Student Associate working full-time, you're eligible for medical coverage and the 401(k) only.

      Your spouse1 is eligible if

      • you are legally married

      Your domestic partner is eligible if

      • you are in a committed relationship and are financially interdependent;
      • neither of you is married to, or in a domestic partnership with, anyone else; and
      • you are not related by blood to a degree of closeness that would otherwise prohibit marriage.

      Your children are eligible if they are

      • your natural children, stepchildren, your domestic partner's children,2 legally adopted children, children placed for adoption or children for whom legal guardianship has been awarded to you or your spouse;
      • under age 26, or any age if they have a physical or mental disability diagnosed before age 26 that requires lifetime care and supervision; and
      • unmarried.
      1Legally married same-sex spouses can receive health coverage on a pre-tax basis, and their eligible expenses can be reimbursed from an employee’s HSA or Health Care FSA. Anytime a spouse is referenced in this guide, it applies to all legally married spouses. 2If your domestic partner and his or her children don’t qualify as your dependents for federal income tax purposes, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) requires that your contributions for their coverage be paid on an after-tax basis and that Rockwell Automation’s cost toward this coverage be reported as imputed income, which is taxable to you. Additionally, since Rockwell Automation adds a surcharge for coverage of any spouse/domestic partner who can obtain medical coverage from his or her own employer, you may want to check the cost-effectiveness of obtaining separate coverage as two individuals. [groups] => ) ) [Best Doctors Services] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Best Doctors is a great employee health benefit that is free and confidential for you and your family. Best Doctors provides you with experts to help you make informed health care decisions. It offers a wide range of tools and resources, including access to the world’s top specialists to help you when you need it most. If you are moving to a new location within the U.S. or need or want a new doctor, Best Doctors can also help find a new primary care doctor or specialist in your area. [groups] => ) ) [Workplace Options Services] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Have a question about coping with stress? Need guidance on how to successfully budget your money? Workplace Options is offered by Rockwell Automation to help you with any issue, big or small. The counselors, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, are licensed clinical professionals that can help you with topics, such as:
      • Life changes
      • Relationships
      • Work/life balance
      • Relationship troubles
      • Parental guidance
      • Personal growth and development
      • Family concerns
      • Healthy living
      • Financial stability
      • And more!
      And, don’t worry! Everything you share is completely confidential. Want to learn more? Check out the informational brochure and educational presentation in Downloads to learn more about what Workplace Options has to offer. [groups] => ) ) [Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Workplace Options is the provider for the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). [groups] => ) ) [Using Workplace Options] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You are automatically eligible to receive services from Workplace Options at no cost to you and you don't have to sign up. Rockwell Automation offers this service to all employees to help you and your family when you need it. [groups] => ) ) [Auto, Home and Pet Insurance Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

      Auto & Home

      The MetLife Auto & Home program gives you access to discounted group rates for personal insurance, like home, renter, fire, auto, boat and excess liability. You may participate anytime throughout the year. On the MetLife MyBenefits website, you can get convenient one-stop shopping for auto and home insurance quotes from MetLife, The Hartford, Safeco and Unitrin.

      Pet Insurance

      The average American spends more than $2,000 a year on their furry friends. To help you cover those expenses, Rockwell Automation is introducing Nationwide Pet Insurance through MetLife at discounted group rates. Get coverage from nose to tail for wellness visits, vaccinations, illnesses and injuries. You can easily enroll for Auto, Home & Pet insurance by calling MetLife at 1.800.438.6388 between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m., Central Time, Monday – Friday. For your convenience, you can pay for MetLife Auto, Home & Pet insurance coverage through after-tax payroll deductions. You may participate in any of these plans anytime throughout the year. [groups] => ) ) [Auto & Home Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => MetLife is the provider for the Auto & Home program. [groups] => ) ) [Group Legal Services] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you choose to enroll in MetLife Legal Plans, you’ll have access to a network of attorneys and coverage of attorney fees for routine personal or family legal issues, including:
      • Traffic ticket defense and court appearances
      • Power of Attorney for health care and advance directives
      • Buying/selling/refinancing a primary residence
      • Real estate transactions
      • Legal document review
      • Court appearances
      • Adoption
      • Wills, living wills and trusts
      • And more!
      [groups] => ) ) [Group Legal Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => MetLife Legal Plans is the provider for MetLife Group Legal coverage. [groups] => ) ) [Group Legal Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can buy MetLife Group Legal coverage as an additional benefit for $13.50 per month through after-tax payroll deductions. [groups] => ) ) [LTD 2: Cost-of-Living Allowance] => Array ( [Long-Term Disability Insurance Option 2] => Array ( [content] => Annual adjustment of 3% for up to 5 years [groups] => ) ) [LTD 2: Benefit] => Array ( [Long-Term Disability Insurance Option 2] => Array ( [content] => 60% of your pay, up to $15,000 maximum benefit per month [groups] => ) ) [LTD 1: Cost-of-Living Allowance] => Array ( [Long-Term Disability Insurance Option 1] => Array ( [content] => None [groups] => ) ) [Long-Term Disability Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Long-Term Disability (LTD) keeps part of your paycheck coming if you are unable to work for a longer period of time than covered by Short-Term Disability (STD). You have two options for LTD coverage. Here’s how they work: [groups] => ) ) [Short-Term Disability Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Short-Term Disability (STD) keeps part of your paycheck coming if you are unable to work for up to 26 weeks. Maternity leave is covered under Short-Term Disability. Here’s how company-paid STD works: You can receive STD for 26 weeks. First, you receive 100% of your monthly benefits pay for 16 weeks. Then, you receive 70% of your monthly benefits pay for the remaining 10 weeks. [groups] => ) ) [Disability Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Prudential is the provider for Short-Term and Long-Term Disability benefits. [groups] => ) ) [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => AD&D Insurance pays a benefit if you or a covered dependent dies or is injured due to an accident. [groups] => ) ) [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => MetLife is the provider for Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance. [groups] => ) ) [Supplemental Life — Your Children] => Array ( [Supplemental Life] => Array ( [content] => Either $5,000 or $10,000 per child [groups] => ) ) [Basic Life — Your Children] => Array ( [Basic Life] => Array ( [content] => N/A [groups] => ) ) [Supplemental Life — Your Spouse/Domestic Partner] => Array ( [Supplemental Life] => Array ( [content] => $10,000 – $100,000 (in $5,000 increments) [groups] => ) ) [Basic Life — Your Spouse/Domestic Partner] => Array ( [Basic Life] => Array ( [content] => N/A [groups] => ) ) [Supplemental Life — You] => Array ( [Supplemental Life] => Array ( [content] => 1 – 8 times your annual benefits pay ($2,000,000 maximum) Annual benefits pay is your annual base pay, or your total targeted compensation (sales employees only), as of Oct. 1, 2019. [groups] => ) ) [Basic Life — You] => Array ( [Basic Life] => Array ( [content] => 2 times your annual benefits pay Annual benefits pay is your annual base pay, or your total targeted compensation (sales employees only), as of Oct. 1, 2019. [groups] => ) ) [Basic Life Insurance Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Life insurance pays a benefit to your beneficiary if you die. Rockwell Automation provides Basic Life Insurance coverage of 2 times your annual benefits pay at no cost to you. When you select family coverage, all eligible dependents listed on EmployeeConnect are automatically covered. [groups] => ) ) [Life Insurance Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => MetLife is the life insurance provider for Basic Life Insurance and Supplemental Life Insurance. [groups] => ) ) [Basic Life Insurance Eligibility] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation automatically provides Basic Life Insurance at no cost to you. [groups] => ) ) [How Much Should You Contribute to Your FSAs?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can estimate the amount of money you should contribute to your FSA each year. Remember, you lose any money over $500 you don’t use in your Health Care FSA by the end of the year and you lose all of your Dependent Care FSA money. So, use the Flexible Spending Account Estimator tool on EmployeeConnect to help you get it right. [groups] => ) ) [DCFSA: What Are the Deadlines? 2019] => Array ( [Dependent Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Deadline to use funds: Dec. 31, 2019 Deadline to submit expenses: Mar. 31, 2020 [groups] => ) ) [HCFSA: What Are the Deadlines? 2019] => Array ( [Health Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Deadline to use funds: Dec. 31, 2019 Deadline to submit expenses: Mar. 31, 2020 [groups] => ) ) [DCFSA: What Can the Money Be Used For?] => Array ( [Dependent Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Dependent care expenses incurred so you and your spouse can work or go to school full-time, like:

      Nursery schools

      Day care centers (including adult day care centers)

      In-home day care providers

      Before- and after-school care (if not already included in tuition)

      [groups] => ) ) [HCFSA: What Can the Money Be Used For?] => Array ( [Health Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => If you have a General Purpose FSA, eligible medical, dental and vision expenses for you and your tax dependents, like: Deductibles Copayments and coinsurance Medical supplies Immunizations Over-the-counter drugs for which you have a prescription Prescription drugs Contact lenses and eyeglasses Dental work If you have a Limited Purpose FSA, eligible preventive pharmacy coinsurance, dental and vision expenses for you and your tax dependents until you meet your deductible, and then eligible medical expenses too. [groups] => ) ) [FSA Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => All the FSAs are administered by Your Spending Account™. [groups] => ) ) [FSA Eligibility] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation offers two Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs): the Health Care FSA and the Dependent Care FSA. FSAs help you pay for eligible health care and dependent care expenses with tax-free dollars. You're eligible for different FSAs depending on the medical option you choose:
      • If you enroll in the HRA option, you are eligible to participate in a Health Care FSA.
      • If you enroll in the HSA option, you are eligible to participate in a Limited Purpose FSA only. You  can only use your Limited Purpose FSA for certain expenses.
      • If you enroll in either the HRA or HSA option, you are eligible to participate in a Dependent Care FSA.
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      Includes crowns, dentures, bridges [groups] => ) ) [Major Care – Basic] => Array ( [Basic Option] => Array ( [content] => Not covered [groups] => ) ) [Basic Care – Comprehensive] => Array ( [Comprehensive Option] => Array ( [content] => Plan pays 80% after deductible
      Includes extractions, fillings, root canals [groups] => ) ) [Basic Care – Basic] => Array ( [Basic Option] => Array ( [content] => Plan pays 70% Includes extractions, fillings, root canals [groups] => ) ) [Preventive Care – Comprehensive] => Array ( [Comprehensive Option] => Array ( [content] => Plan pays 100% Includes exams, cleanings, sealants, X-rays [groups] => ) ) [Preventive Care – Basic] => Array ( [Basic Option] => Array ( [content] => Plan pays 100% Includes exams, cleanings, sealants, X-rays [groups] => ) ) [Your Deductible – Comprehensive] => Array ( [Comprehensive Option] => Array ( [content] => You $50 You + one or You + family $150 [groups] => ) ) [Your Deductible – Basic] => Array ( [Basic Option] => Array ( [content] => You $50 You + one or You + family $150 [groups] => ) ) [Dental Options] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You have two dental options: the Basic option and the Comprehensive option. [groups] => ) ) [Dental Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Both your dental options are administered by MetLife Dental. [groups] => ) ) [HRA Mail-Order Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [HRA Mail Order (up to 90-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => You $1,000 You + one $1,500 You + family $2,000 [groups] => ) ) [HRA Retail Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [HRA Retail (up to 30-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => You $1,000 You + one $1,500 You + family $2,000 [groups] => ) ) [HRA Mail Order Value-Based Non-Preferred Brand Name Coinsurance] => Array ( [HRA Mail Order (up to 90-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 80% ($120 max/Rx) Includes medication for high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes [groups] => ) ) [HRA Mail Order Value-Based Preferred Brand Name Coinsurance] => Array ( [HRA Mail Order (up to 90-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 90% ($100 max/Rx) Includes medication for high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes [groups] => ) ) [HRA Mail Order Value-Based Generic Copay] => Array ( [HRA Mail Order (up to 90-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 100% after $10 copay Includes medication for high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes [groups] => ) ) [HRA Retail Value-Based Non-Preferred Brand Name Coinsurance] => Array ( [HRA Retail (up to 30-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 80% ($60 max/Rx) Includes medication for high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes [groups] => ) ) [HRA Retail Value-Based Preferred Brand Name Coinsurance] => Array ( [HRA Retail (up to 30-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 90% ($50 max/Rx) Includes medication for high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes [groups] => ) ) [HRA Retail Value-Based Generic Copay] => Array ( [HRA Retail (up to 30-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 100% after $5 copay Includes medication for high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes [groups] => ) ) [HRA Mail Order Non-Preferred Brand Name Coinsurance] => Array ( [HRA Mail Order (up to 90-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 60% ($240 max/Rx) [groups] => ) ) [HRA Mail Order Preferred Brand Name Coinsurance] => Array ( [HRA Mail Order (up to 90-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 80% ($200 max/Rx) [groups] => ) ) [HRA Mail Order Generic Copay] => Array ( [HRA Mail Order (up to 90-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 100% after $20 copay [groups] => ) ) [HRA Retail Non-Preferred Brand Name Coinsurance] => Array ( [HRA Retail (up to 30-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 60% ($120 max/Rx) [groups] => ) ) [HRA Retail Preferred Brand Name Coinsurance] => Array ( [HRA Retail (up to 30-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 80% ($100 max/Rx) [groups] => ) ) [HRA Retail Generic Copay] => Array ( [HRA Retail (up to 30-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 100% after $10 copay [groups] => ) ) [HRA Mail Order Rx Deductible] => Array ( [HRA Mail Order (up to 90-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => None [groups] => ) ) [HRA Retail Rx Deductible] => Array ( [HRA Retail (up to 30-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => None [groups] => ) ) [Prescription Drugs with the HRA Option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => With prescription drug coverage in the HRA option, you don't have to meet your medical deductible before you start enjoying prescription drug benefits. This prescription drug coverage also has an out-of-pocket maximum, which limits how much you have to pay for prescription drugs during the year. Get your flu shot for free!  Use your prescription drug coverage through CVS/caremark to get your flu shot for free at an in-network pharmacy of your choice. Find a list of qualifying pharmacies at caremark.com. [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $6,200 You + one $9,400 You + family $15,600 [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $3,000 You + one $4,500 You + family $7,500 [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Preventive Drugs] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% (before deductible) [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Preventive Drugs] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% (before deductible) [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Non-Preventive Drugs] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% (after deductible) [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Non-Preventive Drugs] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% (after deductible) [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Rx Deductible] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => Part of your medical deductible You $4,000 You + one $6,000 You + family $10,000 [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Rx Deductible] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Part of your medical deductible You $2,000 You + one $3,000 You + family $5,000 [groups] => ) ) [Prescription Drugs with the HSA Option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => With the HSA option, most prescription drugs are covered like any other medical expense. Your prescription drug costs are a part of your medical deductible. There's no difference in the cost for different tiers of prescription drugs; you pay the same coinsurance for generics, preferred brand name and non-preferred brand name drugs. Once you meet your deductible, you and Rockwell Automation begin to share your prescription drug costs. Get your flu shot for free!  Use your prescription drug coverage through CVS/caremark to get your flu shot for free at an in-network pharmacy of your choice. Find a list of qualifying pharmacies at caremark.com. [groups] => ) ) [What is an HRA?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The HRA option comes with a Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) funded by Rockwell Automation. If you enroll in the HRA option, Rockwell Automation will automatically set up and fund your HRA with money you can use to help offset your eligible expenses: $500 for you, $1,000 for you + one and $1,500 for you + family. [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Do You Have to Save Receipts or File With Your Tax Return?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => No [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Do You Have to Save Receipts or File With Your Tax Return?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Yes, you must file a Form 8889 with your federal income tax return each year that you have money in your HSA, and you must save receipts to verify withdrawals for eligible expenses [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Do the Dollars Roll Over Year to Year?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Yes [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Do the Dollars Roll Over Year to Year?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Yes [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Can You Take the Unused Balance with You?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => No [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Can You Take the Unused Balance with You?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Yes, including any earnings [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Can the Money Earn Interest?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => No [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Can the Money Earn Interest?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Yes, interest is automatically applied if you have a balance [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Who Owns the Money?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Who Owns the Money?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Who Can Contribute?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation only [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Who Can Contribute?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation and you [groups] => ) ) [Your Contributions to Your HSA] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can make contributions to your HSA with tax-free dollars, up to the IRS maximums, each plan year you’re enrolled in the HSA option. For 2018, your combined contributions with Rockwell Automation cannot exceed:
      • $3,250 if you have you only coverage
      • $6,500 if you have you + one coverage
      • $6,300 if you have you + family coverage
      For 2019, your combined contributions with Rockwell Automation cannot exceed:
      • $3,300 if you have you only coverage
      • $6,600 if you have you + one coverage
      • $6,400 if you have you + family coverage
      Plus, if you're age 55 and over, you can make a $1,000 catch-up contribution. [groups] => ) ) [What is an HSA?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The HSA option comes with a Health Savings Account funded by Rockwell Automation and you (if you choose)—an account that uses tax-free dollars to help pay current and future health care expenses. When you enroll in the HSA option, your HSA is opened for you. Then, Rockwell Automation makes a contribution to help offset your health care expenses: $200 for you, $400 for you + one and $600 for you + family. [groups] => ) ) [HRA Out-of-Network Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $6,500 You + one $10,000 You + family $13,500 [groups] => ) ) [HRA In-Network Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $3,000 You + one $4,500 You + family $6,000 [groups] => ) ) [HRA Out-of-Network Hospital Stay] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HRA In-Network Hospital Stay] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Hospital Stay] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Hospital Stay] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [HRA Out-of-Network Emergency Room] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HRA In-Network Emergency Room] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Emergency Room] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Emergency Room] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [HRA Out-of-Network Urgent Care Clinic] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HRA In-Network Urgent Care Clinic] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Urgent Care Clinic] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Urgent Care Clinic] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [The Plan Pays: HRA Out-of-Network Doctor Office Visits] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [The Plan Pays: HRA In-Network Doctor Office Visits] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [The Plan Pays: HSA Out-of-Network Doctor Office Visits] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [The Plan Pays: HSA In-Network Doctor Office Visits] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [HRA Out-of-Network Preventive Care] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HRA In-Network Preventive Care] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 100% no deductible [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Preventive Care] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Preventive Care] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 100% no deductible [groups] => ) ) [HRA In-Network Money from Rockwell Automation] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $500 You + one $1,000 You + family $1,500 [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Money from Rockwell Automation] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $200 You + one $400 You + family $600 [groups] => ) ) [LTD 1: Benefit] => Array ( [Long-Term Disability Insurance Option 1] => Array ( [content] => 60% of your pay, up to $5,000 maximum benefit per month [groups] => ) ) [Medical Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation offers two medical options: the Health Savings Account (HSA) option and the Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) option. Both the HSA and HRA options offer financial protection for you and your family when you need medical care. Here are a few other ways they are similar. Both options provide:
      • Coverage for the same services (like doctor visits, hospital care and lab work).
      • Fully covered in-network preventive care, even before you've met your deductible.
      • A health account that comes with a company contribution.
      • An extensive provider network (the Choice Plus network).
      • Prescription drug coverage provided by CVS/caremark.
      • The UnitedHealth Tier 1 Designation Program, which helps you find quality, cost-effective care.
      • ˜˜Best Doctors, an informed decision-support service to help you evaluate medical treatment options.
      HSA Option HRA Option
      The HSA option has lower premiums but a higher deductible. This means you pay less for coverage throughout the year but pay more when you use care. Some other benefits of the HSA option are that it:
      • Comes with a Health Savings Account (HSA) that has a company contribution to help offset your deductible. You can contribute your own money, pre-tax, to this account to help pay for eligible medical expenses. Plus, any money in your HSA is yours to keep even if you leave the company. For more information about the HSA, click here.
      • Requires that you meet your medical deductible before Rockwell Automation starts sharing your non-preventive prescription drug costs.
      The HRA option has higher premiums but a lower deductible. This means you pay more for coverage throughout the year but pay less when you use care. Some other benefits of the HRA option are that it:
      • Comes with a Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) that has a company contribution to help offset your deductible. You cannot contribute any of your own money to this account. If you leave the company or change medical options, you forfeit your remaining HRA balance.
      • Doesn’t require that you meet a deductible before you and Rockwell Automation share costs for prescription drugs.
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      • Create a financial plan based on your Rockwell Automation Retirement Savings Plan
      • Check and monitor your accounts
      • Track your progress toward goals
      • Plan for health care expenses, college expenses, Social Security and more
      • Get specific, personalized retirement investment advice and powerful retirement tools at no cost to you.
      To get started, log on to 401k.com and click the Financial Engines banner. Review your personalized “stoplight” evaluation and click the orange Next button. Then select the Manage it on your own tab to access Online Advice. Use the tools to create your plan. Log in to rastaywell.com by Dec. 31 to mark the activity completed. [groups] => ) ) [Mindfulness and Stress Management course] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Learn to manage your stress and be more mindful in this engaging course offered through QuadMed. You’ll be guided through six sessions on topics such as:
      • Identifying your stress level
      • 10 ways to become more resilient
      • Recharging your life
      • Mindful eating
      • Tips to stress management goal setting
      To take the course, log in to the new StayWell portal at rastaywell.com. Select the Incentive tab, look for the course and click Sign up. Be sure to complete the course by Dec. 31. [groups] => ) ) [Notice of Changes to Rockwell Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => This notice serves as a Summary of Material Modification (SMM) for changes to the Rockwell Automation Employee Health Plan, the Rockwell Automation Retirement Savings Plan, and the Rockwell Automation Pension Plan effective March 1, 2020. [groups] => ) ) [Child Care Resources for COVID-19] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you need additional child care support due to school closures, our EAP has compiled a list of resources to help you find daycare and other care centers. Click here for the list. [groups] => ) ) [Health Management Program Archive] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => 2018 Health Screening Mailers: [groups] => ) ) [Children’s and Maternity Vision Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Both children and expectant mothers can experience vision changes more frequently than others. For this reason, Rockwell Automation provides additional benefits to children who are 13 and under and mothers to be. Both receive at no additional cost:
      • Coverage for a second eye exam
      • Coverage for one new pair of glasses (frames and lenses) if vision changes .5 diopter or greater in a plan year*
      • Plus, you can receive online education about children’s eye health.
      * Standard copays apply. [groups] => ) ) [2020 Annual Enrollment Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Review your options for next year with the 2020 Annual Enrollment Guide. [groups] => ) ) [2020 New Hire Enrollment Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Learn about all your benefit options and how to enroll in the 2020 New Hire Enrollment Guide. [groups] => ) ) [A weight loss program with Real Appeal] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Living a healthy life means different things for each of us. Whatever your health goal, taking simple steps can be the best way to achieve it, especially when you’re getting started. Rockwell Automation is excited to introduce a simple new program to support losing weight. Real Appeal is based on decades of proven clinical research to help you lose weight and reduce your risk of developing diabetes, cardiovascular and other weight-related diseases. When you enroll, you receive:
      • Up to a year of support from a Transformation Coach. This person guides you through the program and develops a simple, customized plan that fits your needs, preferences and goals.
      • 24/7 access to digital tools and dashboards that help you track your food, activity and weight.
      • A success kit full of healthy weight management tools including fitness guides, a recipe book (with quick family meal ideas and fast-food eating tips), weight scale and more.
      • Weekly online group sessions to learn healthy ideas from your coach and other members who share what’s helped them achieve success.
      If you’re ready to spark your transformation, enroll today at ra.realappeal.com. Real Appeal is offered through UnitedHealthcare. Real Appeal is available at no additional cost to employees with our UnitedHealthcare health plan, their covered spouses and dependents 18 or over with a BMI of 23 and higher, subject to eligibility.  [groups] => ) ) [Aware] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation Health Management program will now include Aware, a Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction MBSR program, as a Take Action activity. Aware is an alternate modality of support for participants experiencing life stress, pain, and challenges with focus and concentration, as well as individuals who want to increase their awareness of and commitment to intentional living. With a personalized approach to applying mindful practices to life, Aware teaches participants how to be engaged, diminish distractions, and counteract stress. The program cultivates focused and resilient employees, who are more engaged and productive in the workplace. Through six weekly telephonic sessions, Workplace Options MBSR-trained health and wellness professionals provide one-on-one support and supply electronic resources for self-guided individual practice. These electronic resources include a practice plan, journal, guided practice exercises, and additional resource suggestions including apps, websites and print materials. MBSR specialists have completed a minimum of 50 hours of MBSR training as well as additional cross-training on holistic wellbeing. The initial session is most often scheduled within one week following the referral to Aware. This first session lasts 45 minutes, with five follow-up sessions lasting approximately 15-20 minutes. The Aware specialist schedules the next appointment during each session. In each of these follow-up sessions, the participant has the opportunity to learn and experience mindfulness exercises that they can later practice on their own. To access the Aware program, please call the Rockwell Automation EAP Toll Free Number at 1-855-897-4044. Upon completion of the program, please click below to self report by December 31, 2019 in order to receive credit. [groups] => ) ) [2019 New Hire Enrollment Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your comprehensive overview of the benefits available to you and how to enroll in the 2019 New Hire Guide. [groups] => ) ) [2019 Annual Enrollment Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Read about your 2019 benefits with the 2019 Annual Enrollment Guide. [groups] => ) ) [2020 Take Action Mailer] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the 2020 Take Action mailer for information about the different options for completing your Take Action activities. [groups] => ) ) [2018 Benefit Enhancement FAQs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the 2018 Benefit Enhancement FAQs for answers to your benefit enhancement questions. [groups] => ) ) [Retirement Webinars] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

      Understanding the Retirement Process

      If you missed your chance to sign up for a Rockwell Automation Retirement Process webinar this fall, you can view a recording of the 2019 presentation or review the PDF.

      Fidelity Webcast Hub

      Fidelity offers a variety of practical conversations to support your financial wellness.  Click here to access the Webcast Hub. [groups] => ) ) [DCFSA: How Much Can I Contribute? 2019] => Array ( [Dependent Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => $100 minimum $5,000 maximum ($2,500 maximum if married and filing separately from your spouse) [groups] => ) ) [HCFSA: How Much Can I Contribute? 2020] => Array ( [Health Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => $100 minimum $2,700 maximum [groups] => ) ) [DCFSA: What Are the Deadlines? 2020] => Array ( [Dependent Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Deadline to use funds: Dec. 31, 2020 Deadline to submit expenses: Mar. 31, 2021 [groups] => ) ) [HCFSA: What are the Deadlines? 2020] => Array ( [Health Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Deadline to use funds: Dec. 31, 2020 Deadline to submit expenses: Mar. 31, 2021 [groups] => ) ) [Dependent Care FSA – Does the money carry over?] => Array ( [Dependent Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => No. The carryover is strictly related to Health Care FSAs. [groups] => ) ) [Health Care FSA – Does the Money Carry Over] => Array ( [Health Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Yes. You can carry over up to $500 in unused funds to the next plan year. [groups] => ) ) [2020 Health Screening Appeal Form] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you do not meet one or more of the healthy targets, your health care provider can complete and sign an appeal form. You can access the 2020 Appeal Form at rastaywell.com [groups] => ) ) [2019-2020 StayWell Health Care Provider Forms] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the Health Care Provider Form on rastaywell.com and take it to your health care provider when you get your annual physical exam at any time during the year. Onsite screenings will be held at certain locations this Sept. and Oct. The home test kit will no longer be a Health Screening option in 2020. [groups] => ) ) [Health Benefits During Unpaid FMLA] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you take unpaid time off under FMLA, you will be billed for your share of the health benefit premiums. If you don’t pay your benefit premiums, your enrollment may default to no coverage when you return to work. [groups] => ) ) [HealthSafe ID] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => UnitedHealthcare has adopted a single sign-in process for its website, UnitedHealthcare app and other UHC digital tools. For extra convenience, you log in to all UHC sites and tools with the same username and password, which make up your HealthSafe ID. Creating your HealthSafe ID is easy and typically takes less than five minutes. You set up a new account by going to myuhc.com, providing some basic information and choosing a username and password. Then you’re asked to confirm your email and phone number to add extra security to your account. If you have already created a HealthSafe ID for the Health4Me app, you can use it now on myuhc.com. [groups] => ) ) [Behavioral Therapy for Autism Spectrum Disorder] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Both Rockwell Automation medical options cover behavioral services for Autism Spectrum Disorder. This includes Intensive Behavioral Therapies, such as Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), that are designed to reinforce adaptive behaviors, reduce maladaptive behaviors and improve age-appropriate skills. To be covered, ABA must be:
      • Focused on the treatment of core deficits of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
      • Provided by a Board Certified Applied Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or other qualified provider under the appropriate supervision.
      • Focused on treating maladaptive/stereotypic behaviors that are posing danger to self, others and property and impairment in daily functioning.
      For help finding a qualified provider, call Advocate4Me. Be sure to get prior authorization from the plan if you’re using an out-of-network provider. For details—including the covered medical services for Autism Spectrum Disorder—please see your medical option Summary Plan Description on EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [Taxation of a Domestic Partner’s Benefit Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Unlike a legal spouse, a domestic partner isn’t generally a dependent for federal income tax purposes. This means:
      • Rockwell Automation’s share of the cost of providing benefits for your partner (and his or her children) is reported to the IRS as taxable “imputed income” to you.
      • Any benefit plan contributions that you pay for your partner (and his or her children) can’t be made on a before-tax basis.
      There may also be similar issues with state and local taxes where you live. You need to allow for this when you’re pricing your coverage options, especially medical coverage. Because these tax issues would also apply if you were a dependent on your partner’s employer-provided plan, you may want to check the cost-effectiveness of obtaining separate coverage as two individuals. Please note, too, that Rockwell Automation adds a surcharge for coverage of any spouse or partner who can obtain medical coverage from his or her own employer. [groups] => ) ) [2019 Health Screening Mailer] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the 2019 health screening mailer to remind yourself how the screening worked last year based on your work location. [groups] => ) ) [Virtual Visits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Virtual Visits let you see and talk to a board-certified physician, and let them see you, from your smart phone, tablet or computer. You can do this without an appointment.
      Effective immediately through 2021, Virtual Visits through your Rockwell Automation health plan (Amwell, Doctor on Demand or Teladoc) are covered with no deductible or copay. Telehealth services from other health care providers are covered with no deductible or copay through 2020, and then covered at the plan deductible and coinsurance rates beginning in 2021.

      Think about using a Virtual Visit when:
      • You need care after hours.
      • You become ill when traveling.
      • You are thinking about visiting a hospital emergency room for a non-emergency health condition.
      A Virtual Visit allows you to:
      • See a doctor from the comfort of your home.
      • Avoid driving to the doctor’s office.
      • Stay away from crowded waiting rooms.
      • Access care 24 hours a day/seven days a week.
      • Receive low-cost, convenient non-emergency care.
      Still not sure a Virtual Visit offers the right care? Call myNurseLineSM at 1-844-234-7924. This service is available to Rockwell Automation health plan participants. For a Virtual Visit, log in to myuhc.com or the UnitedHealthcare app and choose a virtual provider group. (You must register with UnitedHealthcare before your first Virtual Visit.) If you have questions, call 1.844.234.7924. [groups] => ) ) [Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) transition to UHC] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => As of January 2016, UHC took over administration of the Health Reimbursement Account (HRA). Your 2015 administrator will send a report to UHC and transition your funds. Those funds will be available in the beginning of April 2016. Humana members who enrolled in the HRA for 2016 won’t have a debit card this year. Instead, they’ll be reimbursed automatically for any medical and pharmacy claim balances. Humana HRA debit cards do not work as of Dec. 31, 2015. 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      Monthly rates per $1,000 in coverage, based on employee's age
      [groups] => ) ) [The UHC User Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Looking to break in that UnitedHealthcare (UHC) plan? Here's the guide. [groups] => ) ) [Weight Loss Program] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Need to lose weight? Earn Take Action incentives by participating in weight-loss programs. You can earn up to 200 points ($200) in incentives by participating twice. To qualify, the program must feature:
      • Promotion of healthy weight loss (one to two pounds per week)
      • Nutrition and physical activity guidelines
      • In-person weight tracking and coaching or group support
      • Weekly attendance (or at least 12 times during a four-month period)
      This includes programs such as Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig®, Choose to Lose (offered in Mequon/Milwaukee), programs offered through fitness centers or health clubs, and programs guided by a registered dietician or certified weight-loss specialist. You can also enroll in the Real Appeal program if you participate in a UnitedHealthcare medical plan. How to track: For all programs except Real Appeal, once you complete 12 weeks, go to rastaywell.com, click Weight Loss Program #1 (or Weight Loss Program #2 if you’re completing a second program) and then click Self Report Now. That’s it! If you choose Real Appeal, they’ll report your participation directly to StayWell, so no action is needed from you. Goal: Complete at least one 12-week weight loss program during 2019. You can then use a further 12-week program or any other Take Action activity as your second qualifying activity. Timing: Attend 12 of the program’s weekly meetings within a consecutive four-month period. Your program must be completed—or both programs if you go for the second—by Dec. 31, 2020. [groups] => ) ) [UnitedHealthcare (UHC) User Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the UnitedHealthcare (UHC) User Guide to learn how to make the most of your UHC medical and vision benefits. [groups] => ) ) [The 1095-c Tax Form] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you registered for electronic delivery of your Medical Tax form 1095-C, you can find the link to your form on the home page of Your Benefits Resources. Log into Employee Connect, then select Your Benefits and Your Benefits Resources. From the home page, click on the button that says Access Medical Tax Form. If you registered, you received an email Jan. 22 telling you your form is ready. If you didn’t register for electronic delivery, your form will be sent by U.S. Mail. If you don’t receive it, or would prefer an electronic version, you can request an electronic copy after Feb. 8 by clicking on the link on the Your Benefits Resources home page. [groups] => ) ) [Vision Provider Nomination and 30 Mile Policy] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Rockwell Automation Vision Plan network is extensive, but in the event that you do not have a network vision provider nearby, UnitedHealthcare still has you covered with the 30 Mile Policy and provider nominations. The UHC Vision 30 Mile Policy allows you to pay in-network rates at an out-of-network provider for a routine eye exam or for glasses or contact lenses, if there is no in-network provider within 30 miles of your home. With the Provider Nomination form, you can recommend a local eye care provider to be added to the UHC network. [groups] => ) ) [Provider Network] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Find the Tier 1 Provider you need by searching the Choice Plus network. Look for the Tier 1 icon next to a provider’s name. [groups] => ) ) [Vision Network] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Learn more about your vision network here. [groups] => ) ) [Your 2020 Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You made your 2020 elections during Annual Enrollment towards the end of last year. The information below is available for anytime you need the fine print on your benefits.

      Medical Options

      Both options are administered by UnitedHealthcare (UHC), cover the same services, include a health account that comes with a company contribution and include Prescription drug coverage provided by CVS/caremark.

      Dental Options

      Both dental options are administered by MetLife, cover preventive care at 100% and pay benefits for basic services. However, the Comprehensive option covers more dental services than the Basic option.

      Vision Options

      You can choose our new vision plan, which is administered by UnitedHealthcare and provides coverage for eye exams, eyeglasses and contacts. Or you can access vision care at discount prices with the MetLife VisionAccess Discount Program, which is available at no cost to you.

      Flexible Spending Account Options

      Our Flexible Spending Accounts help you pay eligible health care and/or dependent care expenses with tax-free dollars.

      Life and Disability Insurance

      As added financial protection, you can buy Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance and/or Supplemental Life Insurance for yourself, your spouse/domestic partner and your children. You can also choose Long-Term Disability (LTD) to replace part of your pay for an extended period of time if you are disabled more than 180 days.

      And More!

      Don’t forget you can choose the MetLife Group Legal Coverage—offered through MetLife Legal Plans—during Annual Enrollment, too. [groups] => ) ) [Tier 1 Providers and Freestanding Facilities] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
      The Tier 1 Designation Program Offers the Best Combination of Cost and Quality
        UHC Tier 1 doctors:
      • Have better clinical results
      • Follow evidence-based guidelines for care
      • Are more likely to be aware of the latest research and clinical trials
      • May have lower surgical revision rates
      UHC designates Tier 1 providers for 16 Premium specialties and 47 sub-specialties, and re-evaluates them on an annual basis. These providers are determined by using actual claims data to identify doctors who demonstrate greater quality of care and cost efficiency. UHC assesses quality first, then cost. The quality standards are based on evidence-based medicine and guidelines from organizations such as the American College of Cardiology, Ambulatory Care, Quality Alliance and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (a division of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services).The cost efficiency standards are based on local market benchmarks for the efficient use of resources in providing care. Look for the Tier 1 designation whenever you need a new provider. The availability of Tier 1 providers varies by location. UHC assigns the designation only where there is enough claims data to determine quality and cost efficiency. A Tier 1 provider may not be available for the specialty you need.

      Primary Care Specialties

      Other Specialties

      Family Medicine
      • Preventive Medicine
      • Family Practice
      • General Practice
      Internal Medicine
      • Internal Medicine
      Obstetrics & Gynecology
      • Gynecology
      • Obstetrics
      • Obstetrics & Gynecology
      Pediatrics
      • Pediatrics
      • Pediatric Adolescent
      • Adolescent Medicine
      Allergy
      • Allergy
      • Allergy & Immunology
      Cardiology
      • Cardiology
      • Cardiovascular Disease
      • Cardiac Diagnostic
      • Interventional Cardiology
      • Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
      ENT
      • Otolaryngology
      • Otology
      • Pediatric Otolaryngology
      • Surgery Head and Neck
      • Laryngology
      • Rhinology
      Endocrinology
      • Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism
      • Diabetes
      Gastroenterology
      • Digestive Diseases
      • Endoscopy
      • Hepatology-Liver Disease
      • Gastroenterology
      General Surgery
      • Surgery Abdominal
      • Proctology
      • Colon & Rectal Surgery
      • Surgery
      Neurology
      • Neuromuscular Disease
      • Neurology
      • Neurology & Psychiatry
      Neurosurgery, Orthopedics & Spine
      • Orthopedic Surgery
      • Neurological Surgery
      • Shoulder Surgery
      • Knee Surgery
      • Hand Surgery
      • Back & Spine Surgery
      • Sports Medicine
      Nephrology
      • Nephrology
      Pulmonology
      • Pulmonary Medicine
      Rheumatology 
      • Rheumatology
      Urology 
      • Urology
      Freestanding Facilities Save You Money
      In health care, higher cost doesn’t always mean higher quality. When your doctor prescribes lab tests, X-rays, MRIs, CT Scans or minor outpatient procedures, receive services at a Freestanding Facility instead of a hospital or doctor’s office for the lowest cost. A Freestanding Facility is an outpatient, diagnostic or ambulatory center or independent laboratory in the Choice Plus network that performs services and submits claims as a freestanding entity and not as a hospital. This can save you hundreds (and sometimes even thousands!) of dollars, without sacrificing quality. [groups] => ) ) [Using Tier 1 Providers and Freestanding Facilities] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Using Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities is optional. The Tier 1 designation helps you find providers known for offering the best combination of quality and cost. (The availability of Tier 1 providers varies by location.) Freestanding Facilities are outpatient, diagnostic or ambulatory centers, or independent laboratories in the Choice Plus network that perform services and submit claims as freestanding entities and not as hospitals. [groups] => ) ) [You + One Definition] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You + One means You + Spouse/Domestic Partner or You + Children

      The rates above are for full-time employees who work 40 hours per week and part-time employees who work 32 to 39 hours per week. Costs are approximately double for part-time employees who work 20 to 31 hours per week. These annual amounts will be taken out of your paycheck pre-tax throughout the year. [groups] => ) ) [Spectera Vision Providers] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => To find providers in the Spectera Network, go to the UHC website or call 1.844.234.7924. [groups] => ) ) [Vision Plan] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you enroll in the Vision Plan—administered by UnitedHealthcare—the Plan pays toward your vision expenses. UHC's vision network is called the Spectera Network. Ask your provider if they are in the Spectera Network. [groups] => ) ) [Laser Vision Discount Out of Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan Out of Network] => Array ( [content] => You get 15% off standard prices or 5% off promotional prices when using providers in Laser Vision Network of America. [groups] => ) ) [Laser Vision Discount In Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan In Network] => Array ( [content] => You get 15% off standard prices or 5% off promotional prices when using providers in Laser Vision Network of America. [groups] => ) ) [Contacts Out of Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan Out of Network] => Array ( [content] => Covered selection contacts: Up to $130 Non-selection contacts: Up to $130 Necessary contacts: Up to $210 [groups] => ) ) [Contacts In Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan In Network] => Array ( [content] => For covered selection contacts, non-selection contacts and necessary contacts: After your $20 copay for contacts: 100% up to $130 (up to 4 boxes) [groups] => ) ) [Lenses Out of Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan Out of Network] => Array ( [content] => Single: Up to $40 Lined bifocal: Up to $60 Lined trifocal: Up to $80 Lenticular: Up to $80 [groups] => ) ) [Lenses In Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan In Network] => Array ( [content] => For single, lined bifocal, lined trifocal and lenticular lenses: After your $20 copay for lenses: 100% Includes scratch-resistant coating and 20% to 60% off non-covered lens options [groups] => ) ) [Frames Out of Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan Out of Network] => Array ( [content] => Up to $45 [groups] => ) ) [Frames In Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan In Network] => Array ( [content] => 100% up to $130. You get 30% off costs above $130 [groups] => ) ) [Eye Exam Out of Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan Out of Network] => Array ( [content] => Up to $40 [groups] => ) ) [Eye Exam In Network] => Array ( [Vision Plan In Network] => Array ( [content] => After your $20 copay: 100% [groups] => ) ) [2020 Dental Premiums] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => [groups] => ) ) [Retirement Tools] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You have two major tools to help you navigate the retirement process: Use the Retirement Process Timeline tool to model different retirement dates and see what steps you need to take for a smooth transition into retirement. Download your go-to retirement guide to review your retiree options at Rockwell Automation. [groups] => ) ) [Vision Premiums] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here are the 2020 annual rates for vision coverage. You Only: $48.60 You + Spouse/Domestic Partner: $89.88 You + Child(ren): $112.32 You + Family: $157.20 These annual amounts will be taken out of your paycheck pre-tax throughout the year.  [groups] => ) ) [Transitional Financial Support] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

      If you enroll in an individual medical policy through Via Benefits when you first become eligible, you may qualify for transitional financial support provided by Rockwell Automation. For eligible post-65 retirees, Rockwell Automation will put money into a Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) for each year through 2019 as long as you are enrolled in a supplemental Medicare plan through Via Benefits. For more information, download your no-hassle retirement guide or the Via Benefits FAQ.

      NOTE: If you do not elect a supplemental Medicare plan through Via Benefits when you first become eligible, or if you later drop this coverage, you will not be eligible for the post-65 transitional financial support from Rockwell Automation.

      [groups] => ) ) [Paid Time Off for Short Term Illness FAQs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the frequently asked questions (FAQs) to learn more about how Paid Time Off for Short Term Illness works. [groups] => ) ) [Brand Penalty] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => A brand penalty is what you pay if you choose to fill your prescription with the brand name drug instead of the available direct generic version. The penalty amount is the difference between what the brand name drug costs and what the generic drug costs. If you are prescribed a drug that does not have a generic version and is not on the indirect generic list, you will not be charged the brand penalty for filling that brand name drug. [groups] => ) ) [Via Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => All Medicare-eligible individuals have access to Via Benefits, a Towers Watson service that will assist you in choosing from hundreds of supplemental and Medicare Advantage plans to find the best fit for you, taking into consideration your health status, prescription needs, vision and dental coverage needs, financial situation, etc. You may be eligible for transitional financial support for each year through 2019 if you elect a policy through Via Benefits. If you are planning to retire and you or your spouse will be Medicare-eligible at the time of retirement, contact Via Benefits. [groups] => ) ) [HSA Fee Schedule and Interest Rates] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Review the fee schedule and interest rates associated with your HealthEquity Health Savings Account (HSA). [groups] => ) ) [Medical Premiums] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => [groups] => ) ) [How to Estimate Your Pension Benefit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You have two options for requesting a pension benefit estimate:
      • Request a pension estimate electronically. Access Your Benefits ResourcesTM through EmployeeConnect. Then, click on “Savings and Retirement” followed by “Project Retirement Income.”
      • Request a paper pension estimate. Call the Rockwell Automation Service Center and say "pension" when prompted to reach the retirement specialists. Specialists are available between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Central time, Monday through Friday.
      [groups] => ) ) [Pension Plan Annual Funding Notice] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => For important funding information about your Pension Plan and a summary of federal rules governing the plan, download the Pension Plan Annual Funding Notice. [groups] => ) ) [Community Athletic Events] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If exercise is already part of your everyday life, and you participate in events such as 5K or 10K walks/runs, half-marathons, marathons, triathlons, team sports, tournaments or similar athletic competitions, you can receive your Take Action incentive credit. You can complete up to two events and earn 100 points for each event or up to 200 points ($200). We know most athletes invest in at least 12 weeks of training time, and we want to acknowledge your hard work! Therefore, you can take credit for your athletic event(s) instead of tracking daily  physical activity. Complete up to two events your way this year—run, walk, ski, swim, bike, softball, tennis, etc.—and earn the Take Action activity incentive. [groups] => ) ) [Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Postcard] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) postcard. [groups] => ) ) [Helping Employees in Other Countries] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you’re a manager and need to find the EAP contact numbers for employees in other countries, visit the Workplace Options website. [groups] => ) ) [Employee Assistance Program Orientation] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can download this orientation presentation to learn more about how the Employee Assistance Program can help you and your family. You can also watch the presentation on the Workplace Options website. [groups] => ) ) [Workplace Options Employee Assistance Program Brochure] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the Workplace Options brochure to learn more about the Employee Assistance Program. [groups] => ) ) [Prudential Claim Submission Instructions and Form] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the Prudential claim submission instructions and form for short-term disability claims, such as maternity leave. [groups] => ) ) [Reminder: Make Benefits Changes Within 31 Days] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => A qualified status change, like having or adopting a baby, allows you to make changes to your benefits—such as adding a child to your medical coverage, changing how much you contribute to a Health Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or enrolling in a Dependent Care FSA. To make changes, go to EmployeeConnect > Your Benefit Resources or call the RASC within 31 calendar days of the qualified status change. [groups] => ) ) [Adoption Leave] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If a child is placed with you for adoption or foster care, you may be eligible to take leave in addition to parental leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). If you’re not eligible for FMLA, you can request vacation or Personal Leave. Read the FLMA and Personal Leave policies on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [Paternity Leave] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => In addition to parental leave, fathers may be eligible to take leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). If you’re not eligible for FMLA, you can request vacation or Personal Leave. Read the FLMA and Personal Leave policies on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [Review Your Pregnancy Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Before your baby arrives, it’s a good idea to get familiar with the benefits available during your pregnancy. Here are a few key things to know:
      • Pregnancy care, such as pre/postnatal office visits and in-hospital delivery, is covered the same as any other medical condition.
      • Inpatient hospital stays are covered for a minimum of 48 hours following a vaginal delivery or a minimum of 96 hours following a C-Section delivery. If a person is discharged earlier, benefits will be payable for two post-delivery home visits by a health care provider.
      • You need to certify an inpatient stay greater than 48 or 96 hours. Otherwise, you may experience a reduction in benefits.
      For details, review your medical plan option’s Summary Plan Description available on EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [More FMLA Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) allows you to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave a year to care for yourself or a family member, including a new child. In general, you’re eligible if you’ve worked for Rockwell Automation for a year (with 1,250 hours) and haven’t used your 12 weeks for another reason. FMLA is an unpaid leave. However, you may choose to take vacation or holiday pay during your FMLA time. If you decide to use vacation or holiday pay, your HR representative must route a ticket to the time administrator to enter the vacation time in SAP for you. NOTE: If a company paid holiday occurs during the FMLA time, you will not be paid for that day. When you return to work, your HR representative or manager must send a request for Holiday payout via the HRSC ticketing system to payroll. [groups] => ) ) [Requesting Disability] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => About two weeks before you want your leave to begin, or as soon as you know you will be taking a leave in the case of pregnancy or a planned hospitalization, follow these steps to start the process. (If you have an unplanned hospitalization, call immediately.)
      1. Notify your supervisor and call the HRSC to connect with a leave specialist.
      2. Call Prudential and follow the prompt for submitting a disability claim. (You’ll need to provide our control number.) Representatives are available 24/7.
      3. Give your health provider a Medical Authorization Release Form (available under Downloads and on EmployeeConnect). Tell the staff to photocopy the back of the form so information can be released to a Prudential Disability Claim Manager.
      While you’re on leave, be sure to communicate with Prudential after each doctor visit, if any complications occur and if your return-to-work changes. Failure to do so might affect your benefits. [groups] => ) ) [Disability (maternity) leave] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Disability due to pregnancy is covered under Short-Term Disability (STD). If you’re eligible, benefits are typically provided for two weeks prepartum and six weeks postpartum or eight weeks postpartum for C-Section. (Don’t forget, in most cases, you need to satisfy a seven-day “elimination period” before benefits begin.) Disability leave runs concurrently with leave of absence under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Therefore, disability leave will reduce the amount of unpaid FMLA available for the year. Use this maternity tracking calendar to help visualize what your maternity leave could look like. [groups] => ) ) [Parental Leave] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Having time to bond with a new child is an important part of parenting. Therefore, Rockwell Automation provides up to four weeks of paid parental leave for employees who become new parents through birth or adoption while working for the Company. Read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. This policy provides employees information concerning Parental Leave entitlements and obligations employees may have during such leaves. If employees have any questions concerning Parental Leave, they should review the Frequently Asked Questions or contact their supervisor. [groups] => ) ) [Optional Early Distribution] => Array ( [Retirement Age Information] => Array ( [content] =>

      What Happens

      You leave the company on or after Jan. 1, 2014, and are 100% vested in the Pension Plan but not eligible for retirement.

      When Your Pension Benefit May Start

      • You may start your pension benefit right after you stop working, but it will be reduced if you are younger than age 65. (It’s reduced because of the longer period of time it’s expected to be paid.)
      • You can wait until age 65 to start your benefit. That way your benefit will not be reduced due to early payment.

      NOTE: The size of the reduction varies based on your service and age at the time you receive your benefit. If at the time your employment ends you do not have 10 years of service and are not age 55 or older, or you do not have 10 years of service and at least 75 age + service points, then the size of the reduction will also depend on interest rates in effect at the time you receive your benefit.

      [groups] => ) ) [Challenges] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

      10K-A-DAY

      Aim for 10,000 steps a day and use your favorite step tracker to record your activity. The more steps you take, the faster you move along one of the program’s fun virtual routes. You can participate up to three times and earn 100 points each time or up to 300 points ($300). How to track: To get started, you must first register for the 10K-A-Day challenge. Once you’re registered, there are two ways you can enter your steps: by syncing a tracking device or by entering them manually on the web or the 10K-A-Day smartphone app. If you own a tracker:
      • You can set up your device to automatically sync with the challenge. For instructions on syncing your Fitbit, Garmin, YOO, Movable or Apple Health tracking device, log on to rastaywell.com.
      • After you register and sync your device, your steps may be counted beginning Jan. 1, 2020, depending on the type of tracker you use.
      • Use the 10K-A-Day smartphone app to log activity (which simultaneously syncs with your online account), view recipes and health tips, “visit” locations, and track your progress.
      If you do not own a tracker, or you complete activities when not wearing your tracker:
      • After you register, you can convert any activity into steps using the online tool, and record the activity as steps.
      • Or you can enter the step count from another type of step counter, pedometer or smartphone step tracker.
      Goal: Stay active enough to complete 700,000 steps throughout the year. Or keep going to automatically complete 1,400,000 steps and earn a second incentive. If you want to keep moving, you can earn a third incentive by completing 2,100,000 steps. Timing: You can go at your own pace. For every 2,000 steps you record, you’ll move a mile on the 10K-A-Day route. Using a Tracking Device for 10K-A-Day If you are using a new tracker this year, be sure to update your challenge enrollment to make sure your device syncs. If you sync a Garmin for the first time, it will sync your steps back three months. A YOO, Movable or Apple Health device will sync your steps back six months. And a Fitbit will sync back 365 days. So, for example, if you register an Apple Health device on Sept. 1, 2020, the system will automatically backlog your steps from the previous six months. None of the devices will sync prior to Jan. 1, 2020.

      ROCKWELL AUTOMATION WALKING CHALLENGE

      The Rockwell Automation Walking Challenge is all about working more cardio into your life and staying active. You can complete this challenge two times and earn 100 points for each completed challenge, up to 200 points ($200). To get started, you can choose one of the two walking challenges listed below. Then print your tracking map from rastaywell.com. Any physical activity counts. You can use the conversion chart found on the back of your tracking map to convert your activities into steps.
      • 100 Miles in 100 Days
      • ROK Around the World
      How to track: Track your steps on your tracking map. Once you complete your challenge, log in to the StayWell website one time to report your completion. Goal: Make it to the last stop of your walking challenge. Complete the same challenge a second time, or choose a different route, to earn a second incentive. Timing: Experts recommend that you walk or exercise the equivalent of 8,500 steps a day to reach 700,000 steps in about 12 weeks.     [groups] => ) ) [Plan Ahead] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Before making an election, you should carefully consider your benefit commencement date, early reduction factors that may apply and your distribution choice, as these may affect payment options and benefit amounts. Estimates of benefit amounts as of specific dates may be viewed on EmployeeConnect or obtained by contacting the RASC. [groups] => ) ) [Starting Pension Plan Payments If You Leave The Company But Are Not Retiring] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are leaving the company on or after Jan. 1, 2014, and are 100% vested in the Pension Plan but not eligible for retirement, you have a few options for taking your benefit with the optional early distribution. You may choose the type of Rockwell Automation Pension Plan payment you want from the available options, as well as how and when you want to receive it. You can start the pension election process online at Your Benefits Resources™ through EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [When You Can Receive A Pension Plan Benefit If You’re Not Eligible For Retirement] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are not yet eligible for retirement but are 100% vested in the Pension Plan and leaving Rockwell Automation on or after Jan. 1, 2014, you have an early distribution option for the Pension Plan. Generally, if you elect this early distribution option, you may elect a monthly annuity or lump-sum benefit payment option. [groups] => ) ) [Termination Benefits Summary] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are considering leaving Rockwell Automation for another opportunity or for retirement, download the Termination Benefits Summary to learn how leaving the company impacts your benefits. [groups] => ) ) [LTD 2: Cost] => Array ( [Long-Term Disability Insurance Option 2] => Array ( [content] => $0.31 per $100 of salary per month [groups] => ) ) [LTD 1: Cost] => Array ( [Long-Term Disability Insurance Option 1] => Array ( [content] => $0.20 per $100 of salary per month [groups] => ) ) [Children with Spouse/Domestic Partner] => Array ( [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance] => Array ( [content] => 15% of your benefit amount
      ($40,000 maximum child coverage) [groups] => ) ) [Children Only] => Array ( [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance] => Array ( [content] => 20% of your benefit amount [groups] => ) ) [Spouse/Domestic Partner with Children] => Array ( [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance] => Array ( [content] => 50% of your benefit amount [groups] => ) ) [Spouse/Domestic Partner Only] => Array ( [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance] => Array ( [content] => 60% of your benefit amount [groups] => ) ) [You] => Array ( [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance] => Array ( [content] => Up to $500,000 (in $10,000 increments) [groups] => ) ) [Coverage If You Leave or Retire From the Company] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You may continue to have Supplemental Life and Voluntary Accidental Death and Dismemberment coverage in one of two ways. Portability means that you can continue coverage under the same or a similar group policy and be billed directly by MetLife. Alternatively, you may convert Supplemental Life insurance coverage to a non-group, individual policy. Conversion means that you can elect coverage without proving that you are in good health. [groups] => ) ) [Life Insurance Accelerated Benefit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you or your spouse is diagnosed with a terminal illness, you can take an accelerated benefit from your Supplemental Life Insurance coverage and take a trip or vacation to spend some quality time together paid for by your coverage. [groups] => ) ) [Health Care Reform Marketplace Notice and FAQs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Health Care Reform — what's it all about? Find out by downloading the marketplace notice and FAQs. [groups] => ) ) [U.S. Jury Duty] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Company supports the trial by jury system by providing you with paid time off to serve. For more information on jury duty, read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [U.S. Personal Leave of Absence] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you want a leave of absence for personal reasons, the Company will consider it. For more information on this type of leave not covered by other policies, read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [U.S. Military Duty Leave of Absence] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => We provide leave, oftentimes paid, for our employees who miss work because they are actively deployed or participate in a military reserve program. For more information on the types of leaves, read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [U.S. Medical Leave of Absence] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you believe you need a leave of absence from work for medical reasons, you may qualify for a leave. For more information on the types of leaves, read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [U.S. Bereavement Time Off] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation recognizes the death of a loved one as a traumatic event requiring a period of bereavement, and the Company grants paid time off to an employee during this period of initial grieving. For more information, read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [Prudential Disability Claim Submission] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Learn about submitting a disability claim through Prudential by downloading this brochure. [groups] => ) ) [Educational Assistance Program for U.S. Employees] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Educational Assistance Program provides a framework for investing in Rockwell Automation employees, their future roles as well as maximizing the knowledge and skills required to support its current core processes, technologies and business initiatives. Read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. [groups] => ) ) [Family and Medical Leave] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Employees may be entitled to an unpaid leave of absence under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Read the policy on Epoch > Policies & Procedures. This policy provides employees information concerning FMLA entitlements and obligations employees may have during such leaves. If employees have any questions concerning FMLA, they should contact their supervisor. [groups] => ) ) [Retirement Election Process Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download your go-to guide for a hassle-free retirement at Rockwell Automation. [groups] => ) ) [Get an estimate of your Social Security benefit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can get an estimate of your Social Security benefit at any time by going to the Social Security Administration website and selecting "Retirement Estimator". You can also call the Social Security Administration and request an estimate be sent to you. [groups] => ) ) [When To Apply For Medicare] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Coverage for Medicare Parts A and B is not automatic. You need to apply for it by going to www.medicare.gov.
      • If you retire before or at age 65, it's best to apply for coverage three months before you turn age 65. You can also apply up to three months after the month in which you turn age 65 without paying a late-enrollment penalty.
      • If you continue to work past age 65, it's best to apply for coverage three months before your retirement month (since the medical coverage you have as an active employee will end at the end of the month in which you retire). You also can apply for Medicare up to eight months after your active employee medical coverage ends without paying a late-enrollment penalty.
      [groups] => ) ) [Paying for Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can choose to pay your monthly cost for coverage by:
      • Automatic after-tax deduction from your monthly pension check if you elect to begin your benefit right after you retire and the check amount is sufficient to cover the cost of your medical coverage (this option is not available if you choose to have your pension benefit paid to you in a single lump-sum cash payment).
      • Automatic funds transfer from a checking or savings account
      • Check or money order that you need to mail to the Rockwell Automation Service Center each month. You will get a bill in the mail if you choose this option.
      NOTE: If you have an existing HSA balance, it may be used for eligible health expenses even after you stop contributing. For example, you may use the money in your HSA to pay your share of the cost for retiree medical coverage and out-of-pocket medical expenses. For a complete list of HSA-eligible expenses, request a copy of the IRS Publication 502 by calling 1.800.829.3676 or by visiting the IRS website and clicking on “Forms and Publications.” [groups] => ) ) [If You Are Not Eligible For Retiree Medical Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you're not eligible for retiree medical coverage from Rockwell Automation, you should consider enrolling in COBRA medical coverage. COBRA enrollment information will be automatically sent to you within 30 days after your retirement date. [groups] => ) ) [If You Are Eligible for Retiree Medical Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here's what you should do if you're eligible for retiree medical coverage from Rockwell Automation:
      1. Make your retiree medical coverage election within 30 days after your retirement date. You have two ways to do that:
        • Go online to EmployeeConnect and go to the Your Benefits Resources™ home page. From there, go to the "Retirement Hub" tile, then "Get Started," followed by “Retire Now” under Pension; then click on “Make Pension Choices”, or
        • Call the RASC and say, "retirement" when prompted.
      2. Provide the RASC with copies of any legal documents that relate to who has rights to help you with decisions related to your medical coverage, such as a health care power of attorney.
      3. Keep the RASC informed of any address changes so that they know where to mail your Annual Enrollment kit.
      4. Remove any dependents from your coverage who no longer meet the eligibility rules (such as a child who is age 26 or older).
      [groups] => ) ) [More Information About Individual Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => For more information about buying individual retiree medical coverage, visit www.aarp.org or www.ehealthinsurance.com, or search for "individual medical coverage." To find a link to your state's marketplace, go to www.healthcare.gov. [groups] => ) ) [Other Possible Medical Coverage Options When You Retire] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
      • Medicare if you're age 65 or older
      • Via Benefits: All Medicare-eligible individuals have access to Via Benefits, a Willis Towers Watson service that will assist you in choosing from hundreds of supplemental and Medicare Advantage plans to find the best fit for you, taking into consideration your health status, prescription needs, vision and dental coverage needs, financial situation, etc. You may be eligible for transitional financial support for each year through 2019 if you elect a policy through Via Benefits.
      • COBRA* medical coverage (You should not enroll in COBRA medical coverage if you choose to enroll in a retiree medical plan.)
      • Individual coverage you buy on your own, either from an agent or through your state's health care marketplace
      • Coverage through your spouse's/domestic partner's employer
      * For more information about COBRA coverage, download the Termination Benefits Summary. [groups] => ) ) [What to Do Before You Retire] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
      1. Call the RASC and say "retirement" when prompted to find out if you will be eligible for retiree medical coverage.
      2. Assess your medical coverage needs during retirement.
      3. Explore the medical coverage options that will be available to you once you retire, along with coverage costs for each.
      4. Schedule medical and dental services for whatever health care needs you may have before your coverage changes.
      5. Review the personalized Welfare Plan Retiree Enrollment Worksheet you will automatically receive from the RASC within 30 days before your retirement date if you’re eligible for retiree medical coverage and you informed the RASC earlier of your retirement date.
      Call the RASC and say "retirement" when prompted if you don’t receive this information within 15 days before your last day worked and you think you will be eligible for retiree medical coverage. [groups] => ) ) [Know Your Cost for Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your cost for coverage is based on your years of service at retirement and each person you choose to cover. Additional costs will apply if you choose to cover eligible children. For information regarding your retiree medical cost for coverage, download the Termination Benefits Summary. Contact the RASC for additional rate information. [groups] => ) ) [Your Retirement Medical Coverage Choices] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

      Pre-65 Coverage Choices

      For retirees and/or dependents who are under age 65 and not eligible for Medicare

      You have the same medical plan choices as those available to active employees; these choices include prescription drug coverage. However, HSA option participants will not receive a company contribution. You can choose to continue the same Rockwell Automation medical coverage you have today after you retire or you can choose a different plan. Participation in a pre-65 medical plan will end when you or your dependent becomes eligible for Medicare (usually this happens at age 65). At that time, you or your dependent will be offered the opportunity to enroll in the post-65 medical choice.

      Post-65 (Medicare-Eligible) Choice

      For retirees and/or dependents who are age 65 or older, or otherwise eligible for Medicare, such as due to a disability

      OneExchange will assist Medicare-eligible retirees and their Medicare-eligible dependents with selecting individual medical and prescription drug coverage from the Medicare market. If you meet certain requirements, which are explained in further detail on page 30, you will be eligible to receive financial support for your medical costs from Rockwell Automation each year through 2019.

      NOTE: If you choose coverage outside of OneExchange, you will not receive financial support from Rockwell Automation.

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      If you meet eligibility requirements and retire before age 65 (before you’re Medicare-eligible), Rockwell Automation offers you pre-65 medical coverage. Then, when you turn 65 or become eligible for Medicare, you’ll have access to OneExchange, a service that helps you choose an individual supplemental Medicare plan. And, if you meet the requirements, you may receive transitional financial support for your medical costs from Rockwell Automation for each year through 2019.

      [groups] => ) ) [What Happens if You Decline or Stop Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You may defer the start of your Rockwell Automation retiree medical coverage if you have other coverage under an employer-sponsored group health plan, either as an active employee, a dependent or a retiree. If you lose that coverage mid-year, you may start your Rockwell Automation retiree coverage immediately if you notify the RASC within 31 days of losing your other coverage. You also will have an opportunity to enroll in retiree medical coverage during the Annual Enrollment period, which is typically held in November of each year. Your coverage will start on Jan. 1 of the following year. You must keep your coverage as a retiree in order to cover a spouse or dependents.

      NOTE:

      If you or your dependent defers or drops coverage under the Plan after termination of your employment, you or your dependent may later re-enroll in a retiree medical plan, but Rockwell Automation will not pay any employer contribution. In addition, if you do not elect a supplemental Medicare plan through Via Benefits when you first become eligible, or if you later drop this coverage, you will not be eligible for post-65 transitional financial support from Rockwell Automation.

      [groups] => ) ) [When You Can Enroll] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you’re eligible for retiree medical coverage from Rockwell Automation, you can choose to enroll and start this coverage at one of the following times:
      • The first of the month following your retirement date.
      • The date you no longer have other group medical coverage, such as through your spouse’s employer, provided you had other coverage at the time of your retirement. You have to enroll in Rockwell Automation’s retiree medical coverage within 31 days of your other coverage ending. However, you will not receive the company subsidy.
      • During the Annual Enrollment period, which is typically held in November of each year. Your coverage will start on Jan. 1 of the following year.

      If you enroll in an individual medical policy through Via Benefits when you first become eligible, you may qualify for transitional financial support provided by Rockwell Automation.

      [groups] => ) ) [Retiree Medical Age and Service Points] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => One “point” is given for each year of your age and each year you’ve worked at Rockwell Automation. (You receive one twelfth of a point for each full month of your age and each month in which you work at least one day at Rockwell Automation.) For example, if you’re 56 years old and you’ve worked at Rockwell Automation for 22 years, you have 78 service points (56 + 22 = 78). This means you’re eligible for retiree medical coverage from Rockwell Automation. [groups] => ) ) [Find Out if You’re Eligible] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Eligible employees have the opportunity to enroll in Rockwell Automation retiree medical coverage. The choices available depend on whether you and your spouse/domestic partner are eligible for Medicare, which typically happens when you reach age 65. You are eligible for Rockwell Automation retiree medical coverage if you meet these three rules when you retire from Rockwell Automation:
      • You are at least age 55, and
      • You have at least 10 years of service, and
      • Your age and service points equal 75 or higher.
      About Your Retirement Age If you meet eligibility requirements and retire before age 65 (before you're Medicare-eligible), Rockwell Automation offers you pre-65 medical coverage. Then, when you turn 65 or become eligible for Medicare, you'll have access to Via Benefits, a service that helps you choose an individual supplemental Medicare plan. And, if you meet the requirements, you may receive transitional financial support for your medical costs through Rockwell Automation for each year through 2019. Coverage for your Dependents

      If you are under age 65 and you enroll in Rockwell Automation retiree medical coverage, you can enroll your eligible dependents. In general, this includes your pre-65 spouse/domestic partner and children under age 26.

      To be considered an eligible dependent, your family member must be eligible for coverage at the time you retire. You cannot enroll any new dependents you gain after you retire, such as a new spouse/domestic partner. Also, you must keep your pre-65 coverage as a retiree in order to cover a pre-65 spouse or dependent. If enrolled, your pre-65 spouse can remain covered after you are age 65 and eligible for Medicare.

      [groups] => ) ) [Finalizing Your Pension Choices] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

      What to Do Before You Elect Your Pension Benefit

      Finalize your pension choices with the RASC after you have reviewed your Pension Election Confirmation Statement and Pension Election Authorization Form for accuracy.

      When to Do It

      The deadline to receive your pension benefit on the first day of the month is the 10th of the previous month. (For example, if your last day worked is April 30, you would need to take this step by April 10 at the latest to receive your first monthly check on May 1. If your last day worked is May 3, you would need to do it by May 10 in order to receive your first monthly check on June 1.)

      How to Do It

      Sign the Pension Election Authorization Form you received earlier and return it to the RASC by fax or mail, along with any other required information. In some cases, you may also be able to return the form using document upload. Contact information will be on the first page of your Pension Election Authorization Form.

      What to Expect Next

      Your pension choices will take effect and your benefit will be paid to you based on the elections you made. If you elected to start your benefit right away and the RASC receives all required information by the 10th of your last month working at Rockwell Automation, here’s the earliest you will receive it:
      • If you elect the Single Life Annuity, 10-Year Certain and Life Annuity or Joint and Survivor Annuity: First of the month after your last day worked. (For example, if your last day worked is April 30, you would receive your first monthly payment on May 1. If your last day worked is May 3, you would receive it on June 1.)
      • If you elect the Lump-Sum Cash Payment: 90 – 120 days after your last day worked. (For example, if you return your paperwork on time and your last day worked is April 5, you could receive your lump-sum payment on July 1. If your last day worked is April 30, you could receive your lump-sum payment on Aug. 1.)
      [groups] => ) ) [What To Do After You Receive Your Pension Benefit Commencement Kit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

      What to Do Before You Elect Your Pension Benefit

      Advise the RASC of your pension elections, direct deposit information and tax withholding elections, or provide rollover information if electing a lump-sum payment, after you review the information in your Pension Benefit Commencement Kit. Also, inform them of any updates to your or your spouse's personal information.

      When to Do It

      30 – 60 days before your last day worked. (If you are retiring or leaving the company before the normal retirement age and you want to postpone receiving your pension benefits to a later date, you will want to do this within 30 – 60 days before you want your payment(s) to start.)

      How to Do It

      Call the RASC and say “pension” or "retirement" when prompted.

      What to Expect Next

      You will receive a confirmation packet after you notify the RASC of your pension choices. You can request that the RASC mail the packet to your home address or send it to your secure participant mailbox through Your Benefits Resources™. Your packet will arrive in about two weeks if it is mailed to you or within a week if it’s sent to your secure participant mailbox. It will include the following pieces, and you should carefully review them to make sure the information shown is accurate based on your personal situation:
      • Pension Election Confirmation Statement summarizing the choices you made
      • Pension Election Authorization Form that you need to complete and return to verify your choices
      [groups] => ) ) [Types of Non-Taxable Retirement Savings Plan Contributions] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
      • Any type of after-tax contribution (including rollover contributions)
      • Any type of Roth after-tax contribution (including Roth after-tax catch-up and rollover contributions)
      • Investment earnings on any type of Roth after-tax contribution as long as the money has been in your account for at least five years and you receive it after age 59½
      [groups] => ) ) [Types of Taxable Retirement Savings Plan Contributions] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
      • Any type of pre-tax contribution (including pre-tax catch-up and rollover contributions) and investment earnings on those contributions
      • Investment earnings on any type of after-tax contribution
      • Investment earnings on any type of Roth after-tax contribution if the money has been in your account for less than five years and/or you receive the money before age 59½
      • Company matching contributions, other company contributions and investment earnings on all company contributions
      [groups] => ) ) [About Medicare] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Medicare is the federal health insurance program for people age 65 or older. Some people who are between the ages of 18 and 65 with certain disabilities that prevent them from working can also get Medicare. People who work past age 65 and are covered by their employer’s medical plan usually hold off on enrolling in Medicare until after their employment ends. [groups] => ) ) [Make Changes to Your Medicare Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => After you enroll in Medicare, you will have an opportunity each year to make changes to your coverage election. For more details, see this tip sheet from the Medicare website. [groups] => ) ) [Using Medicare] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => With traditional Medicare, you can go to any doctor, hospital or other provider that takes Medicare patients. You usually pay a deductible and part of the cost of the services you receive. Medicare decides what amounts doctors and other health care providers can charge for the services Medicare covers. [groups] => ) ) [When to Apply for Medicare Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Coverage for Medicare Parts A and B is not automatic. You need to apply for it. You can do that by going to the Medicare website.
      • If you retire before or at age 65, it’s best to apply for coverage three months before you turn age 65. You also can apply up to three months after the month in which you turn age 65 without paying a late-enrollment penalty.
      • If you continue to work past age 65, it’s best to apply for coverage three months before your retirement month (since the medical coverage you have as an active employee will end at the end of the month in which you retire).
      [groups] => ) ) [What You Need to Apply for Medicare] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => When you apply for Medicare, you will need to provide the Social Security Administration with the following forms:
      • CMS 40B (Application for Enrollment in Medicare)
      • CMS L564 (Request for Employment Information)
      Call the Social Security Administration to request copies of these forms be sent to you. Then call the RASC to have the forms completed on behalf of Rockwell Automation. [groups] => ) ) [Quick Facts About Medicare Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
      • Medicare Part A covers hospital expenses. This coverage is provided at no cost for most people.
      • Medicare Part B covers doctor office visits, outpatient care and other medical services. You pay a monthly premium to have this coverage.
      • You can join a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan if you want prescription drug coverage. You will pay an additional premium for this coverage. For more details, go to the Medicare website.
      [groups] => ) ) [Three Details for Getting Your Payment When and How You Want It] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
      1. Once your first pension payment is issued, you will not be able to make different choices for your pension benefit payment option. However, you can make changes at any time before then. To do that, you would need to restart the entire process.
      2. About 60 days after your last day worked, the RASC will recalculate your pension benefit using your actual final pay information. The benefit recalculation is part of the “true-up" process.
        • If you elect the Single Life Annuity, 10-Year Certain and Life Annuity or Joint and Survivor Annuity: Your monthly benefit payment could go up or down after the “true-up” is completed. In most cases, the change in benefit amount is not significant.
        • If you elect the Lump-Sum Cash Payment: Your payment will not be made until after the “true-up” is completed. It takes about 30 – 60 days to finalize your lump-sum payment election after the “true-up” process is completed. That means you would receive your lump-sum cash payment 90 – 120 days after your last day worked (60 days for the “true-up” process, plus 30 – 60 days to finalize the payment process).
      3. Be mindful of the deadlines. You must return your Pension Election Authorization Form by the 10th of your last month worked to receive your pension benefit on the date you choose. If you return your Pension Election Authorization Form to the RASC after the 10th of your last month at Rockwell Automation, your pension payment will be delayed by one month. For example, if your last day worked is April 30 but you return your signed Pension Election Authorization Form to the RASC after April 10, here’s the earliest you would receive your benefit if you choose to start it right away:
      [groups] => ) ) [Starting Pension Plan Payments If You’re Retiring] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You will need to choose the type of Rockwell Automation Pension Plan payment you want, as well as how and when you want to receive it. You can start the retirement process online on Your Benefits Resources™ through EmployeeConnect. You can also initiate the process by contacting a retirement specialist. [groups] => ) ) [Requesting a Pension Benefit Commencement Kit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

      What to Do Before You Elect Your Pension Benefit

      Inform the RASC of your expected last day worked and when you want to start your pension benefits (either immediately after you leave the company or postponed until a later date). If your pension payment start date is within 90 days of when you contact the RASC, you may request a Pension Benefit Commencement Kit. If it’s more than 90 days away you can receive an estimate of your benefit, and you’ll need to follow up with the RASC when you’re within 90 days (but at least 60 days) of your payment start date to request that a Pension Benefit Commencement Kit be sent to you.

      When to Do It

      • If you’re ready to start your pension benefit, you need to request the Pension Benefit Commencement Kit 60 – 90 days before your last day worked.
      • If you’re not ready to elect your pension benefit, you don’t have to do anything until you are ready to start the process.

      How to Do It

      You can either:
      • Go online to EmployeeConnect and go to the Your Benefits Resources™ home page. From there, click on “Savings and Retirement” followed by “Retire Now” under Pension; then click on “Make Pension Choices”, or
      • Call the RASC and say “pension” or "retirement" when prompted.

      What to Expect Next

      If your pension payment start date is within 60–90 days, you will receive a personalized information packet—called your Pension Benefit Commencement Kit. You can request that the RASC mail the kit to your home address. Your kit will arrive in about two weeks.
      Your kit will include these pieces:
      • Instructions on what to do
      • Pension Elections Worksheet for you to reference as you make decisions regarding your pension benefit
      • Pension Calculation Statement showing the personal information that was used to calculate your pension benefit and the amount of your benefit under each payment option that is available to you
      • Pension Option Descriptions summarizing the payment options
      • Notice of Rights outlining the legal information we are required to provide to you before you make your pension choices
      • Special Tax Notice Regarding Plan Payments outlining the tax consequences of receiving your benefit
      [groups] => ) ) [Choosing an Automatic Payment Option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Before you retire, you decide how you want your pension benefit paid to you—as monthly payments or a lump-sum payment. Some choices are considered "normal forms," such as: [groups] => ) ) [Choosing a Lump-Sum Payment Option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You decide how you want your pension benefit paid to you—as monthly payments or a lump-sum payment. Here is your lump-sum payment option choice. [groups] => ) ) [Choosing a Monthly Payment Option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You decide how you want your pension benefit paid to you—as monthly payments or a lump-sum payment. Here are your monthly payment option choices. [groups] => ) ) [What to Do After You Leave the Company: If You Elect a Lump-Sum Cash Payment] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your entire pension benefit will be paid to you after you leave the company, and there is nothing further you need to do when it comes to your pension benefit, unless you move during the same year your benefit is paid to you. In that case, you will need to inform the RASC of your new address so that the appropriate tax forms may be sent to you. [groups] => ) ) [What to Do After You Leave the Company: If You Elect the Single Life Annuity, 10-Year Certain and Life Annuity or Joint and Survivor Annuity] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Keep the RASC informed of any changes in your personal situation, such as your address, direct deposit or tax withholding details. If you elect the 10-Year Certain and Life Annuity and your beneficiary dies before 10 years of payments are made, you may want to update your beneficiary designations. [groups] => ) ) [Lump-Sum Cash Payment] => Array ( [Pension Payment Options] => Array ( [content] =>

      Available to everyone

      How Long Benefits Are Paid

      • You receive a single cash payment of your entire benefit. No other benefits are payable under the Plan after you receive the payment.
      • The single cash payment is equal to the present value of your monthly payments, which are determined by the interest rates released each August and mortality table in effect at the time you receive the benefit.
      • You can defer paying taxes on your lump-sum payment by directly rolling it over to an IRA or other eligible employer’s retirement plan. If you don't directly roll over your payment, then you have 60 days to roll it over.

      NOTE: If you don’t directly roll over your lump-sum payment, the IRS requires that 20% automatically be withheld and you will have to pay additional income taxes at tax filing time if the 20% withholding amount is not enough. If you are under age 59½, early withdrawal taxes may apply. Your payment is also subject to state and local income taxes where applicable. Some states, such as Ohio, require automatic state tax withholding, and you may be required to pay additional taxes at tax filing time if the amount withheld is not enough.

      Why Choose It

      • You feel comfortable investing the lump-sum value of your pension benefit so that you can provide yourself with a steady stream of lifetime income.
      • You do not want to receive monthly benefit payments for life.
      • You may have the opportunity to pass any remaining amount of your lump-sum payment to your heirs upon your death.

      NOTE: If you’re married when payments begin, you may be required to submit spousal consent to choose this payment option.

      Still Have Questions?

      [groups] => ) ) [Joint and Survivor Annuity] => Array ( [Pension Payment Options] => Array ( [content] =>

      Available to everyone who is married

      The 50% Joint and Survivor Annuity is the normal or default form of payment if you are married and you don’t choose a different payment option (with your spouse’s consent).

      How Long Benefits Are Paid

      • A reduced monthly benefit is paid to you for your lifetime.
      • If you die before your spouse, he or she will receive a monthly benefit for the rest of his or her life. If your spouse dies before you, no benefits will be paid to a new beneficiary when you die. In addition, once your payments start, you cannot change your payment option—even if your spouse dies before you or you get divorced.
      • The monthly benefit amount is calculated based on your age and your spouse’s age when your benefit payment is to start, and you choose the monthly amount your spouse is to receive after you die, such as 50% or 75% of your monthly benefit. Refer to the personalized Pension Calculation Statement you will receive in your Pension Benefit Commencement Kit for the benefit amounts.

      Why Choose It

      • You are married at the time you elect your benefit.
      • You want to provide ongoing monthly benefits to your spouse for his/her lifetime.
      • Your spouse will not consent to a different form of payment.
      [groups] => ) ) [10-Year Certain and Life Annuity] => Array ( [Pension Payment Options] => Array ( [content] =>

      Available to anyone who is retirement-eligible when his or her employment with Rockwell Automation ends

      This is the normal or default form of payment if you’re single when you retire and you don’t choose a different payment option.

      How Long Benefits Are Paid

      • A reduced monthly benefit is paid to you for your lifetime with benefit payments guaranteed for 10 years.
      • If you die before receiving payments for 10 full years, your named beneficiary will receive the same payment amount for the remaining months.
      • Payments to your beneficiary will stop after payments have been made for a total of 10 years (payments to you plus payments to your beneficiary).

      Why Choose It

      • You want to receive a monthly benefit for your lifetime.
      • You want to provide a beneficiary with a limited number of payments if you were to die within 10 years of when your payments start.

      NOTE: If you're married when payments begin, you may be required to submit spousal consent to choose this payment option. This payment option is not available to employees who leave Rockwell Automation before they are eligible for early retirement.

      [groups] => ) ) [Single Life Annuity] => Array ( [Pension Payment Options] => Array ( [content] =>

      Available to everyone

      How Long Benefits Are Paid

      • A monthly benefit is paid to you for your lifetime.
      • No benefits are paid after you die.

      Why Choose It

      • You want to receive the highest monthly benefit possible for your lifetime.
      • There's no need to provide benefits to anyone else after you die.

      NOTE: If you’re married when payments begin, you may be required to submit spousal consent to choose this payment option.

      [groups] => ) ) [Choosing a Payment Option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Before you leave the company, you decide how you want your pension benefit to be paid to you—either as a recurring monthly payment or a single lump-sum cash payment. The value of the benefit is equal under all the payment options. However, the actual amounts will differ based on the number of payments that are guaranteed, such as monthly benefits only to you or monthly benefits to you and another person. [groups] => ) ) [Consider These Things Before You Retire] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Before you retire, you need to be aware of a few things as it relates to your pension benefit: [groups] => ) ) [Calculate Your Pension Plan Benefit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation pays the full cost of your Pension Plan benefit. The amount of your benefit is calculated using a formula that takes into account:
      • Your age at retirement (and your spouse's age, if married)
      • Your years of service with Rockwell Automation (called your credited service)
      • Your salary history over the last 10 years while working at Rockwell Automation
      • The payment option you elect
      [groups] => ) ) [You must apply to receive Social Security benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Social Security benefits are not paid automatically. You must apply to receive a benefit, which you can do online, by phone or in person.
      • Online: Go to the Social Security Administration website and click on “Apply online for retirement, disability or Medicare benefits” on the left side of your screen.
      • Phone: Call the Social Security Administration.
      • In person: Make an appointment with your local Social Security office.
      • [groups] => ) ) [Starting your Social Security benefit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can request to start your benefit before or after your normal Social Security retirement age.
        • The earliest you can start your benefit is age 62. Your benefit amount will be reduced if you start it early.
        • Your benefit amount will be higher if you start it at or after your normal Social Security retirement age. So if you don’t need your Social Security benefit right away, you may want to postpone starting it until a later date so that your benefit will be larger.
        The date you start your Social Security benefit doesn’t have to coincide with your retirement from Rockwell Automation or when you receive your Pension Plan benefit. [groups] => ) ) [When Your Social Security Benefit Can Begin] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Full benefits are payable at your normal (or full) Social Security retirement age—either age 65, 66 or 67, depending on the year you were born. (Visit the Social Security Administration website and enter “normal retirement age” in the search box to find a chart showing the normal retirement age for different years of birth.) [groups] => ) ) [Social Security] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You and your employers (including Rockwell Automation) have been contributing to your Social Security benefit throughout your working years. The options for Social Security retirement benefits are very complex. Consider consulting with a trusted financial advisor to help you make a decision that best fits your needs. [groups] => ) ) [Government-Provided Retirement Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => In addition to the retirement benefits you get from Rockwell Automation, you also will want to consider when you need to apply for Social Security and Medicare—the retirement benefits the government offers. [groups] => ) ) [If Your Vested Account Balance is $1,000 or Less When You Retire] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
        1. Review the information you will automatically receive from Fidelity that outlines your distribution choices.
        2. Decide what to do with your vested account balance: receive it as a single lump-sum cash payment that will be taxed, elect a direct rollover to an IRA or a new employer’s plan that accepts rollovers, or request a partial withdrawal from your account balance if you are age 59 ½ or older.
        3. Notify the Rockwell Automation Service Center at Fidelity within 90 days following your retirement if you want to elect a direct rollover.
        4. Prepare to receive your vested account balance as a single lump-sum cash payment (less the required income tax withholding) if you do not elect a direct rollover within 90 days following your retirement date. If you do not elect a direct rollover, you will receive the payment at the end of the calendar quarter that follows after the calendar quarter in which you retire. For example, if you retire on June 3, you would receive your payment by the end of September.
        [groups] => ) ) [If Your Vested Account Balance is More Than $1,000 When You Retire] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
        1. Consider consulting with a trusted investment advisor, tax specialist or attorney to help you decide the distribution option—and payment timing—that will best fit your needs.
        2. Make your distribution election with Fidelity within one to two weeks of when you want to receive a distribution. To do that, call the Rockwell Automation Service Center at Fidelity.
        3. Expect to receive a personalized distribution information packet from Fidelity summarizing your distribution choices if you do not make a distribution election shortly after you retire. This packet will arrive within the first month following your retirement date.
        4. If you decide to roll over your account balance into an IRA, explore several IRA providers to find one that will fit your needs. (Rockwell Automation does not endorse or recommend any IRA providers.)
        5. Count on having your vested account balance stay in the Rockwell Automation Retirement Savings Plan until you make a distribution election.
        [groups] => ) ) [When You Can Expect Your Distribution] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your distribution request (direct rollover or cash payment) from your Retirement Savings Plan account will be processed in one to two business days. It may take one to two weeks for you to receive it. [groups] => ) ) [Request a partial withdrawal if you are 59½ or older.] => Array ( [Distribution Options] => Array ( [content] =>

        You may elect to receive a portion of your account balance paid to you in a cash payment, less tax withholding as required by law. The remainder of your balance stays in your account tax-deferred, and you continue to control your investment choices.

        Things to Consider

        • The IRS requires that 20% is withheld for federal income taxes on any taxable portion of your payment. You may have to pay additional taxes at tax filing time if the 20% is not enough, in addition to any applicable state or local taxes.
        • To select the amount, source or investment for a partial withdrawal after age 59 1/2, call the Service Center at Fidelity at 1.877.ROK.401K (1.877.765.4015).
        [groups] => ) ) [Pension Age and Service Points] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => These are used to determine if you’re eligible for a reduced early retirement benefit from the Pension Plan. One “point” is given for each year of your age and each year you’ve worked at Rockwell Automation. (You receive one twelfth of a point for each full month of your age and each month in which you work at least one day at Rockwell Automation.) For example, if you’re 52 years old and you’ve worked at Rockwell Automation for 24 years, you have 76 points (52 + 24 = 76). This means you’re eligible for a reduced early retirement benefit. [groups] => ) ) [Credited Service] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Basically, this is all the years you’ve worked at Rockwell Automation. It is used to calculate the amount of your pension benefit and to determine age + service points and your eligibility for early retirement. In general, you earn credited service while you are actively employed as a salaried or hourly employee at a location covered by the Plan, from your first month of employment through the month in which your termination date occurs. Each calendar month counts as one twelfth of a year of credited service. A year of credited service is 365 days of credited service. [groups] => ) ) [After Age 65 (Late Retirement)] => Array ( [Retirement Age Information] => Array ( [content] =>

        What Happens

        You continue to work at Rockwell Automation after you reach age 65.

        When Your Pension Benefit May Start

        Under IRS rules, if you continue to work past age 65, you must start your benefit right after you retire and it will not be reduced.

        NOTE: You continue to earn a pension benefit for as long as you work at Rockwell Automation. In other words, the extra time you work past age 65 will be factored into your benefit calculation.

        [groups] => ) ) [At Age 65 (Normal Retirement)] => Array ( [Retirement Age Information] => Array ( [content] =>

        What Happens

        You continue to work for Rockwell Automation until you reach age 65.

        When Your Pension Benefit May Start

        Under IRS rules, you must start your benefit right after you retire and it will not be reduced.

        [groups] => ) ) [Before Age 65 (Early Retirement)] => Array ( [Retirement Age Information] => Array ( [content] =>

        What Happens

        You stop working at Rockwell Automation before age 65.

        When Your Pension Benefit May Start

        • You may start your early retirement pension benefit right after you stop working, but it will be reduced if you are younger than age 65. (It’s reduced because of the longer period of time it’s expected to be paid.)

        NOTE: The size of the reduction varies based on your service and age at the time you receive your benefit. If at the time your employment ends you do not have 10 years of service and are not age 55 or older, or you do not have 10 years of service and at least 75 age + service points, then the size of the reduction will also depend on interest rates in effect at the time you receive your benefit.

        [groups] => ) ) [When You Can Retire and Receive a Pension Plan Benefit] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

        The normal retirement age is 65. You also can retire before or after age 65. If you retire on or after age 65, your pension payments must start right away. If you retire before age 65, you may be able to choose when you want to start your pension benefit—either right after you retire or at a later date.

        [groups] => ) ) [Take Note of These Rockwell Automation Stock Fund Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
        If a portion of your Retirement Savings Plan account continues to be invested in the Rockwell Automation Stock Fund after you retire and that amount is more than 15% of your total account balance, Fidelity will automatically transfer the portion that exceeds 15% of your account balance out of the Rockwell Automation Stock Fund and into the default target date fund in the year after you retire. If this applies to you, Fidelity will notify you in advance of the transfer.
        [groups] => ) ) [Retirement help from Financial Engines] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => As long as you maintain a balance in the Retirement Savings Plan, you have access to help from Financial Engines. You can talk to them about investing and spending strategies for the money you’ve saved in your 401(k) plan and how to make the most of all your sources of income. If you’re already receiving Professional Management, this service will continue until you cancel or withdraw your full balance from the Plan. To speak with an Investment Advisor Representative, call Fidelity Investments and ask to be connected to Financial Engines. [groups] => ) ) [Request a direct rollover] => Array ( [Distribution Options] => Array ( [content] =>

        Your vested account balance will be paid to an IRA (individual retirement account or individual retirement annuity) or a new employer’s retirement plan that accepts rollovers on your behalf.

        Things to Consider

        • With a direct rollover, you can continue to defer taxes on your account balance. Taxes will apply when this money is eventually paid to you.
        • If a portion of your account is invested in the Rockwell Automation Stock Fund, you’ll need to decide if you want it paid out as cash or as stock.
        [groups] => ) ) [Request annual installment payments] => Array ( [Distribution Options] => Array ( [content] =>

        You can only choose this option if your vested account balance is at least $10,000 and you retire at or after age 65, or at age 55 with at least 10 years of service.


        Your account balance will be paid to you in annual installment payments, with estimated taxes automatically being withheld on the taxable portion of your payment as required by law. You choose the payment time period, up to a maximum of 10 years. If you die before receiving all payments, the remaining balance will be paid to your beneficiary in a single lump-sum cash payment.

        Things to Consider

        • The IRS requires that 20% automatically be withheld on the taxable portion of your account balance. You will have to pay additional income taxes at tax filing time if the 20% withholding amount is not enough.
        • Your payment is also subject to state income taxes, and local income taxes where applicable. Some states, such as Ohio, require automatic state tax withholding. If you live in one of those states, you will have to pay additional state income taxes at tax filing time if the estimated withholding amount is not enough.
        [groups] => ) ) [Take a lump-sum cash distribution] => Array ( [Distribution Options] => Array ( [content] =>

        The full value of your vested account balance will be paid to you in a single cash payment, less the automatic tax withholding on the taxable portion of your payment, as required by law.

         

        NOTE: If your account balance is $1,000 or less, it will automatically be paid to you in a single lump-sum cash payment after you retire, unless you elect to transfer it as a direct rollover into an IRA or a new employer’s plan that accepts rollovers.

        Things to Consider

        • You receive a single cash payment of your entire vested account balance. No other benefits are payable from the Plan after you receive the payment.
        • You can defer paying taxes on your lump-sum payment by rolling it over to an IRA or other eligible employer’s retirement plan within 60 days of when you receive it.
        • If a portion of your account is invested in the Rockwell Automation Stock Fund, you’ll need to decide how you want it paid out—either as cash or as stock.

        NOTE: If you don’t roll over your lump-sum payment, the IRS requires that 20% automatically be withheld and you will have to pay additional income taxes at tax filing time if the 20% withholding amount is not enough. If you are younger than 59½, early withdrawal taxes may apply. Your payment is also subject to state and local income taxes where applicable. Some states, such as Ohio, require automatic state tax withholding, and you may be required to pay additional taxes at tax filing time if the amount withheld is not enough.

        [groups] => ) ) [Leave your money in the Rockwell Automation Retirement Savings Plan] => Array ( [Distribution Options] => Array ( [content] =>

        Your account balance will stay in your account where you can continue to defer taxes on this money and control your investments by using the investment choices available under the Plan.

         

        NOTE: This is what will happen if you don't make a choice when you retire (the Plan default).

        Things to Consider

        You can leave all of your money in the Plan up to age 70½. Taxes will apply when your taxable account balance is eventually paid to you.

         

        NOTE: IRS rules require that you begin to take your money out of the Plan by April 1 of the year after you reach age 70½. The only exception to this is if you continue to work past age 70½.

        [groups] => ) ) [Your distribution choices if your vested account balance is at least $1,000] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Contributions to your Retirement Savings Plan 401(k) account generally will stop with your last paycheck from Rockwell Automation. After you retire, you get to choose what you want to do with the money in your account as long as your vested account balance is at least $1,000. (Unlike with the Pension Plan, Retirement Savings Plan distribution choices cannot be made before you retire.) Before you receive money from your Retirement Savings Plan account, it's a good idea to seek the help of a trusted financial advisor for distribution advice, including how to receive any portion of your account that is invested in the Rockwell Automation Stock Fund. Here are your distribution options (provided your vested account balance is at least $1,000) that you can make after you retire: [groups] => ) ) [Make sure the Rockwell Automation Service Center at Fidelity knows how to reach you] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => After you retire and while you still have money in your Retirement Savings Plan account, you will need to keep the Rockwell Automation Service Center at Fidelity informed of any changes in your contact information, such as your address or phone number. [groups] => ) ) [What Gets Taxed?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The type of contributions that you make to your Retirement Savings Plan (401(k) Plan) account determines what gets taxed when you receive the money. Refer to the Retirement Savings Plan SPD for more details about the tax treatment of your account. You can download it by logging into your account or calling Fidelity. [groups] => ) ) [Unused Vacation Balance] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Any unused, earned vacation days and floating holidays through your last day of work will be paid out to you in a lump sum with your final paycheck, and will not be used to extend your service beyond your last day worked. Typically, you receive your final paycheck within two weeks after you retire. To verify your unused vacation balance, talk to your Human Resources representative or visit SAP > Employee Self Service > Working Time > Leave Request > Show Time Accounts. [groups] => ) ) [Do You Participate in a Non-Qualified Retirement Plan or Do You Have Stock Options or Other Equity Awards?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => There are additional items to consider when choosing your retirement date. For more information, download the Applying for Your Additional Retirement Benefits PDF guide. NOTE: The non-qualified retirement plans are offered to employees who are affected by the IRS compensation limits that apply to plans like the Pension Plan and Retirement Savings Plan. Employees who are eligible for any of these benefits received information at the time they became eligible for them. [groups] => ) ) [Why You Might Want to Choose a Date That’s Toward the Beginning of a Month] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
        • You gain an additional 1/12th of your annual vacation allowance that is then paid to you after you retire.
        • Many of your current benefits (such as medical and dental coverage) continue through the end of your retirement month. This gives you additional time to analyze your health care coverage needs during retirement and explore your options.
        NOTE: If you choose a retirement date toward the beginning of a month, you’ll need to prepare for a slightly longer cash flow gap. For example, if you choose to retire on March 2, you would need to have enough savings on hand to cover one month of living expenses since your first pension check would arrive on April 1. (It takes 90 – 120 days following retirement to process a lump-sum cash payment from the Pension Plan.) [groups] => ) ) [Why You Might Want to Choose a Date That’s Toward the End of a Month] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
        • If you elect to receive your pension benefit in the form of a monthly payment, there’s less time between when you receive your last paycheck and when your first pension payment will arrive. That’s because pension payments are made on the first of the month. For example, if you retire on March 29, you could receive your first payment on April 1 if you return all your paperwork on time. (If you choose a lump-sum cash payment, It takes 90 – 120 days following retirement to process.)
        • If you participate in the Annual Employee Incentive Plan (AEIP) and work through Dec. 31 or the last business day of the year (you complete the first three months of the Plan’s fiscal year, which starts on Oct. 1) and there is a payout, you will be eligible for a portion of your bonus after you retire. For AEIP, retirement means on your last day worked: you are at least age 55 with 10 years of service or at least age 65 with 5 years of service. If you work through the 15th of your last month at Rockwell Automation, you will receive credit for a full month. Your bonus will be paid to you in December. For details about other incentive plans, talk to your HR representative.
        [groups] => ) ) [How to Choose a Retirement Date] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your last day worked (meaning your retirement date) can be any date you choose—toward the beginning, middle or end of the month. As you decide what date is best for your situation, you’ll want to think about what happens to the benefits you have today once you retire and how prepared you are for a gap in cash flow. [groups] => ) ) [These Benefits Will End on the Last Day of the Month in Which You Retire] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

        Medical

        You can elect to continue coverage for you and your family members under COBRA. You will automatically receive COBRA enrollment information after your employment ends. You should not elect COBRA coverage if you are eligible for retiree medical coverage from Rockwell Automation and choose to have this coverage start the first of the month after you retire. Learn more eligibility details.

        Health Reimbursement Account (HRA)

        You may use the money in your account on eligible expenses you incur by the end of the month in which you retire. You may continue to access this money if you choose to continue your medical coverage under COBRA or you enroll in the Rockwell Automation pre-65 retiree medical HRA option. Otherwise, you will forfeit any money left in your account.

        Health Savings Account (HSA)

        You keep the money in your account when you retire. To maintain your account, you will be responsible for paying the monthly service fee to HealthEquity, if you are no longer covered by the Rockwell Automation HSA option. Alternatively, you can roll your account balance to an HSA with another financial institution.

        Dental

        You can elect to continue coverage for you and your family members under COBRA. You will automatically receive COBRA enrollment information after your employment ends. COBRA coverage generally ends 18 months after you retire.

        Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs)

        Dependent Care: You may use the money in your account on eligible expenses you incur by the end of the month in which you retire. In keeping with IRS rules, any money left in your account will be forfeited. Health Care: You may use the money in your account on eligible expenses you incur by the end of the month in which you retire. If you have any money remaining after that, you can elect to continue your coverage under COBRA. You will automatically receive COBRA enrollment information after your employment ends.

        Basic Life Insurance

        You can convert your coverage to an individual policy directly with MetLife, the life insurance administrator.

        Supplemental Life Insurance

        You can either continue your coverage under a similar group policy with MetLife or convert coverage to an individual policy.

        Vision

        Your UnitedHealthcare Vision Plan coverage will end.

        Voluntary Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance

        You can either continue your coverage under a similar group policy with MetLife or convert coverage to an individual policy.

          [groups] => ) ) [These Benefits Will End on the Last Day You Work] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

        Pension Plan

        Your pension benefit will be calculated using your service information on your last day worked and your pay information that’s finalized 60 days after your last day worked. Learn about applying for your pension benefit.

        Retirement Savings Plan (401(k) Plan)

        Contributions to your account generally stop with your last paycheck. Learn more about what you can do with your vested account balance after you retire.

        Short- and Long-Term Disability

        Your coverage automatically ends and it cannot be continued.

        Vacation Days

        Any unused vacation days you have earned will be paid to you with your final paycheck as a lump sum. Typically, you receive your final paycheck within two weeks after you retire. [groups] => ) ) [Last Day Worked] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your last day worked is considered your retirement date for benefit purposes. Your last day worked is the earliest of the date:
        • You retire, die or terminate your employment with the Company (whether voluntary or not); or,
        • That is the first anniversary of the date you remain absent from employment with the Company (with or without pay) for any reason other than those listed in the first bullet. This includes leaves of absence, layoff, sickness or disability. However, if you are on a leave of absence that extends for more than 12 months, your last day of work will be extended to the last date of your approved leave of absence when calculating your vesting service.
        [groups] => ) ) [What Happens to the Benefits You Have Today] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Before you retire, you’ll want to take note of what happens to the benefits you have today. Some of these benefits will end on your last day worked at Rockwell Automation. Others will end on the last day of the month in which you retire (which could be your last day worked if you retire at the end of a month). With many of your benefits, you have the option to continue coverage after you retire. To find out what happens to all the benefits you have as an active employee when you retire, download the Termination Benefits Summary. The Termination Benefits Summary gives you details about what happens to each benefit, coverage continuation options and any next steps you would need to take. [groups] => ) ) [Key Dates for Navigating the Process] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here is a quick look at the four dates you need to keep in mind as you get the process going to receive your retirement benefits. For more personalized date information, use the Retirement Process Timeline.

        3 Months Before You Retire

        Start the Process
        • Know your benefits user IDs and passwords before you start the process
        • Inform the RASC of your retirement date and when you want your pension benefit to begin
        • Apply for Medicare (if you will be age 65 or older the day you retire)
        • Review the retiree medical options, if eligible

        2 Months Before You Retire

        Inform People of Your Decisions
        • Notify the RASC of your pension payment decision
        • Tell your manager that you are planning to retire

        1 Month Before You Retire

        Continue to Wrap Things Up
        • Review the retiree medical enrollment information that you will automatically receive from the RASC (provided you notified them earlier of your retirement date)
        • Contact your HR business partner two weeks before your retirement date to schedule your exit interview

        10th of Your Retirement Month

        Submit Your Pension Election Authorization Form by the Deadline
        • Return your form to the RASC by the 10th of your retirement month so that your pension benefit starts as soon as possible following your retirement
        [groups] => ) ) [Make note of the personal information that’s needed to access details about your Rockwell Automation benefits before and after you leave the company] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You will continue to use EmployeeConnect and the RASC for details about your benefits after you leave the company—like access to personalized information or modeling tools, or to work with a retirement specialist. Before you leave the company, it’s a good idea to make sure you know your user ID and/or password for using either of these resources. If new ones are needed, you can get them by visiting EmployeeConnect or calling the RASC. You may need to know other user IDs and passwords to access other benefits, too. [groups] => ) ) [Turn to Financial Engines for Advice] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Through Rockwell Automation, you have access to retirement help from Financial Engines. Their Investment Advisor Representatives can help you understand how to start spending from your Social Security, pension and 401(k) benefits. Their Online Advice and Professional Management services may also be useful: Online Advice: You have unlimited access to powerful retirement tools available to you at no additional cost through the Financial Engines link on NetBenefits® website. Professional Management: For a fee, experts can create and implement a retirement planning strategy that includes your 401(k) plan and considers any other retirement sources you tell them about. Call Fidelity and ask to be connected to a Financial Engines Investment Advisor Representative. Or, visit NetBenefits and click the Financial Engines link. [groups] => ) ) [Evaluate your health care needs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Rockwell Automation medical and dental coverage you have today will end on the last day of the month in which you retire. Depending on your age and years of service when you retire, you may be eligible for retiree medical coverage from Rockwell Automation. [groups] => ) ) [Turn to Your Rockwell Automation Resources for Help] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and MetLife Legal Plans (if you participate in this benefit) can help you identify the types of legal documents that may be useful for you to have. You also may want to consult with a trusted attorney. [groups] => ) ) [Review and update your legal documents] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The following types of important legal documents are good to have updated before you retire:
        • Powers of attorney: There are different types of powers of attorney, such as a power of attorney over health care and a power of attorney over property or finances. In these legal documents, you designate someone to make decisions for you in the event you’re unable to do so.
        • Living will: This legal document outlines the types of medical treatment and life-sustaining measures you want or don’t want.
        • Will: In this legal document, you designate someone to manage your estate and provide for the transfer of property at death.
        • Beneficiary designations: With these forms, you identify who you want to receive any benefits that may be payable to a beneficiary following your death, such as any remaining balance in your Retirement Savings Plan account (on Fidelity's website) and any life insurance benefits (on Your Benefits Resources™). To review your life insurance beneficiary designations, go to the Your Benefits Resources™ home page from EmployeeConnect, or call the RASC.
        Place your legal documents and other important information in a safe location and let family members know where to find them. It’s also a good idea to provide the RASC with copies of your financial-related powers of attorney. Call the RASC for details on how to submit this information. [groups] => ) ) [Prepare for a possible gap in cash flow] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => It takes time to process your Pension Plan and Retirement Savings Plan distribution elections, so you’ll want to plan your cash flow to accommodate a gap in time between your last paycheck and when you will receive those benefits (assuming you choose to receive them right after you retire). In general, here’s when you can expect to receive your Rockwell Automation retirement income benefits: [groups] => ) ) [Identify all of your retirement income sources] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => This will help you decide if you are financially ready to retire. Take a look at both your Rockwell Automation retirement income sources and those available outside of Rockwell Automation. These may include savings accounts, IRAs, retirement benefits from former employers and Social Security (if eligible). At any time, you can get an idea of your Rockwell Automation retirement income sources. Here's how:
        • Pension Plan: Use the Pension Calculator on EmployeeConnect to get an estimate of your benefit from the Pension Plan. (Find it on EmployeeConnect: Go to the Your Benefits Resources™ home page, go to the “Pension Benefits” tile, followed by “Get an Estimate”.) You can model many retirement date scenarios, including various assumptions regarding last day worked, pay and benefit payment start date, and compare your saved versions. You can also get help and request an estimate by calling the RASC and saying “pension” or "retirement" when prompted.
        • Retirement Savings Plan: Check your account balance by going online to NetBenefits, the Retirement Savings Plan’s website through Fidelity. You also can call the Rockwell Automation Service Center at Fidelity to ask questions and get information.
        [groups] => ) ) [Seek financial advice for retirement] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You have some important choices to make before you retire. Trusted investment advisors, tax specialists or attorneys can help you make decisions that are best for you and your financial situation. To give your financial advisors a better idea of the retirement benefits you get from Rockwell Automation, it’s a good idea to share your important benefits-related documents with them, such as:
        • The Summary Plan Descriptions (SPDs) for your retirement benefits (Pension Plan, Retirement Savings Plan and Retiree Medical)
        • Your most recent benefits statements (Pension Plan benefit estimate from Your Benefits ResourcesTM through EmployeeConnect or the RASC and Retirement Savings Plan account statements from Fidelity)
        • Your beneficiary designations (from Your Benefits ResourcesTM through EmployeeConnect and Fidelity)
        • Your Guide to a Hassle-Free Retirement
        You can download copies of your SPDs and Your Guide to a Hassle-Free Retirement by going to the Your Benefits ResourcesTM home page from EmployeeConnect, or you can request copies be sent to you by calling the RASC. [groups] => ) ) [Create your retirement budget] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Some expenses will likely go down after you retire, such as clothing or restaurant meals. Others might increase, such as hobbies, travel and health care expenses. That’s why it’s important to have a budget so that you’ll know if your retirement income sources will be enough to cover your anticipated expenses. There are a number of helpful budget planning resources online. These resources can help you identify the types of anticipated expenses that should be included, such as retiree health care coverage costs. You can find these resources online using your preferred search engine and searching these terms: “retirement,” “planning” and “budget”. [groups] => ) ) [Health Management Program Deadlines] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You must complete the HRQ, Take Action activities and the Health Screening between Jan. 16, 2020, with a deadline of Dec. 31, 2020. [groups] => ) ) [Supplemental Life Insurance Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Life insurance pays a benefit to your beneficiary if you die. You can buy Supplemental Life Insurance for yourself, your spouse/domestic partner and your children. [groups] => ) ) [Supplemental Life Insurance Eligibility] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can buy Supplemental Life Insurance for yourself, your spouse/domestic partner and your children. Child Life Insurance covers dependent children until the end of the month in which the child turns age 26. (Note: Child Life Insurance eligibility is the same as medical and dental eligibility.) [groups] => ) ) [Health Savings Account (HSA) option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Health Savings Account option (HSA) option is designed to protect you and your family financially when you need care. The HSA option comes with an account funded by Rockwell Automation; the amount you receive is based on who you cover. You can contribute to your account, too, up to IRS limits. You can find the limits on the IRS website: irs.gov. Here's what you pay in the HSA option when you receive care. [groups] => ) ) [Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) Option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) option is designed to protect you and your family financially when you need care. The HRA option comes with an account funded by Rockwell Automation; the amount you receive is based on who you cover. Here's what you pay in the HRA option when you receive care. [groups] => ) ) [Health Management Archive] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Looking for downloads from last year? Visit the Health Management Program download archive. [groups] => ) ) [Downloads] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Click on the category below to see the downloads in each section. [groups] => ) ) [About Best Doctors] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => All active employees participating in either the Rockwell Automation HSA or HRA medical option are eligible to access Best Doctors resources. Retiring employees will have Best Doctors access through their last month of employment. [groups] => ) ) [Tools you can use] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here’s how you can use Best Doctors:
        • Use Ask the Expert when you have questions about your health condition and treatment options to help you make an educated healthcare decision.
        • Get an in-depth medical review by a clinical team and expert physicians to figure out which care is right for you and improve your treatment outcomes.
        • Use the FindBestDoc service to connect with the right specialist for your condition.
        • Explore the Solutions Library for online tools and resources, or call our clinical coaches if your doctor recommends surgery. They can help guide you in your treatment decision-making.
        [groups] => ) ) [Coverage is different in the HRA option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are enrolled in the HRA option, your prescription drug coverage is different. Visit the HRA option page for prescription drug information that applies to you. [groups] => ) ) [Coverage is different in the HSA option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are enrolled in the HSA option, your prescription drug coverage is different. Visit the HSA option page for prescription drug information that applies to you. [groups] => ) ) [Prescription drug coverage depends on your medical plan] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation offers prescription drug coverage to all employees enrolled in a medical option. But, your coverage depends on the medical option you're in. If you're in the HSA option, your prescription drug costs are a part of your medical deductible. If you're in the HRA option, you don't have to meet your medical deductible before you start enjoying prescription drug benefits. [groups] => ) ) [Using the Money in Your HRA] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can use the money in your Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) to pay for eligible medical expenses for you and your dependents covered by the plan. Eligible expenses include prescription drugs, office visits and hospital expenses. If you do not use all the money in your HRA during the year, the funds roll over to the next plan year if you stay in the HRA option. [groups] => ) ) [Non-Preferred Brand Name (or Non-Formulary) Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Drugs that tend to be expensive and usually have a more cost-effective generic or preferred brand name alternative. [groups] => ) ) [Preferred Brand Name (or Formulary) Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Drugs that have been determined to provide effective treatment when used as intended, and typically cost less than non-preferred brand name drugs. [groups] => ) ) [Value-based Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Medication for high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes that Rockwell Automation has identified for a special pricing schedule, which cost 50% less compared to non-value-based drugs. [groups] => ) ) [Preventive Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Drugs used to treat conditions like high cholesterol and high blood pressure. For a list of eligible preventive drugs, visit CVS/caremark’s website. [groups] => ) ) [Maintenance Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Drugs that you take on an ongoing basis to treat chronic conditions, such as high blood pressure or cholesterol. [groups] => ) ) [Indirect generics] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Generic medications that treat the same conditions as other brand name medications but are a different chemical entity. [groups] => ) ) [Direct Generics] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Generic medications that are the same chemical entity as their patent-expired brand name counterparts. [groups] => ) ) [Results Page Info] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here's a look at the prescription drug details that apply to you, based on your selections. Retake the Wizard to try again. [groups] => ) ) [Wizard Instructions] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Use the Prescription Drug Wizard to find out more about how your prescription drug plan works. Start by selecting your medical option. Then answer some questions about your prescription drug plan and preferences. [groups] => ) ) [Preventive Drugs Covered] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Since you've met your medical deductible, your generic preventive drug prescriptions are covered 100% by the plan. [groups] => ) ) [Met Your Medical Out-of-Pocket Maximum?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Because you’ve met your medical out-of-pocket maximum, Rockwell Automation pays 100% of your covered prescription drug expenses. However, if you choose to fill a brand name version of a drug that has a generic or indirect generic version available, you will still have to pay the brand penalty. [groups] => ) ) [Brand Penalty Does Not Count Toward Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The brand penalty, or cost you pay for filling the brand name drug versus the generic drug, does not count toward your out-of-pocket maximum. [groups] => ) ) [Find Preventive Prescription Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => For a list of eligible preventive prescription drugs, like medication to treat high cholesterol or high blood pressure, visit CVS/caremark's website. [groups] => ) ) [Value-Based Prescription Discount] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are enrolled in the HRA option and take medication for high blood pressure, high cholesterol or diabetes (medications only), you will pay 50% less for your value-based prescriptions. These conditions were selected for special value-based pricing because improving them will have the largest impact on the overall health of Rockwell Automation employees. [groups] => ) ) [Preferred vs. Non-Preferred Brand Name Drugs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Preferred brand name (or formulary) drugs have been determined to provide effective treatment when used as intended and typically cost less then non-preferred brand name drugs. Non-preferred brand name (or non-formulary) drugs tend to be expensive and often have a less expensive generic or preferred brand name alternative available. [groups] => ) ) [Brand Penalty Does Not Count Toward Deductible or Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The brand penalty, or cost you pay for filling the brand name drug versus the generic drug, does not count toward your deductible or out-of-pocket maximum. [groups] => ) ) [Met Your Prescription Drug Out-of-Pocket Maximum?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Because you’ve met your prescription drug out-of-pocket maximum, Rockwell Automation pays 100% of your covered prescription drug expenses. However, if you choose to fill a brand name version of a drug that has a generic or indirect generic version available, you will still have to pay the brand penalty. [groups] => ) ) [Glossary] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => To find definitions about different prescription drug terms, visit the glossary. [groups] => ) ) [Maintenance Choice Program] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you take a maintenance drug and fill your prescription in a 30-day supply at a retail pharmacy, you will need to enroll in the Maintenance Choice Program. If you qualify for this program, you will receive a letter at least 10 days before your third fill is due. When you enroll in this program, you have the choice to receive your maintenance medication in a 90-day supply either through CVS/caremark mail order or at your local retail CVS pharmacy. You can opt out of the program at any time by calling CVS/caremark. [groups] => ) ) [About Indirect Generics] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you submit a brand name prescription and there is not a generic version available for that brand name drug, you may need to try either an indirect generic or preferred brand name drug. Ask your pharmacist to contact your doctor and request a prescription for another medication that treats the same condition. [groups] => ) ) [Leaving the Company] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are considering leaving Rockwell Automation for another opportunity or for retirement, review the Rockwell Automation Termination Benefits Summary PDF to learn how leaving the company impacts your benefits. Before you leave, you should also:
        • Consider how pay, benefits, and other programs may be affected
        • Provide your manager written notice of intent to leave
        • Contact your HR Generalist to schedule an exit interview
        • Verify time off and time worked records
        • Submit any outstanding work expenses for reimbursement
        • Return all company property
        • Verify personal information
        • Complete your exit interview
        [groups] => ) ) [Rockwell Automation Pension Plan Eligibility] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Rockwell Automation Pension Plan is closed to employees hired or rehired on or after July 1, 2010. If you transfer employment from a noncovered location to a covered location, your eligibility will depend on whether you had previously participated in this Plan or certain other pension plans of the Company as described in detail in the "Eligibility" section of the Summary Plan Description on EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [What is my Rockwell Automation Termination Date?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your termination date (also called your “last day worked”) is the earliest of the date:
        • You retire, die, or terminate your employment with the Company (whether voluntary or not); or,
        • That is the first anniversary of the date you remain absent from employment with the Company (with or without pay) for any reason other than those listed in the first bullet. This includes leaves of absence, layoff, sickness or disability. However, if you are on a leave of absence that extends for more than 12 months, your last day of work will be extended to the last date of your approved leave of absence when calculating your vesting service.
        [groups] => ) ) [Rockwell Automation Pension Plan Vesting] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Vesting refers to your right to receive a pension benefit from the Rockwell Automation Pension Plan, even if you leave the company before retirement. You are vested in the Plan when you:
        • Have completed five years of vesting service under the Plan, or
        • Reach normal retirement age (age 65) while working for the company.
        [groups] => ) ) [Rockwell Automation Pension Plan Vesting Service] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => This is used to define your ownership of your pension benefit. Vesting service is calculated beginning with the month in which you are first employed at Rockwell Automation and ending with the month in which your termination date occurs. It is calculated in years and fractions of years (one month equals one-twelfth of a year). For example, if you started working at the company on May 1, 2008, you would be vested in the Plan on April 2, 2013, if you had continued to work for the company during those five years. [groups] => ) ) [Working with a Rockwell Automation Retirement Specialist] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Retirement specialists understand how important your decisions are when it comes to your retirement benefits, including the Pension Plan. They’ll be able to record your elections for your Rockwell Automation Pension Plan (if eligible) and retiree medical elections (if eligible) over the phone (unless you choose to do so online), help you complete and return any required paperwork and help you understand:
        • How to pick a retirement date that maximizes the benefits you’ll receive from Rockwell Automation;
        • If eligible, what your Rockwell Automation Pension Plan and retiree medical benefits options are;
        • The forms and information you’ll receive in the mail about your benefits;
        • How to begin your Social Security and Medicare benefits; and
        • What action steps you need to take and when.
        [groups] => ) ) [When to Start the Pension Benefit Election Process] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you are eligible for a Pension Plan benefit from Rockwell Automation, you should begin the process by requesting a Pension Benefit Commencement Kit 60 to 90 days before you want your pension benefit to begin. If  you are not within that 60- to 90-day period, you can receive an estimate of your pension benefit, but you cannot initiate the process. [groups] => ) ) [Change Your Contribution Amount] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can change your contribution amount or stop contributing altogether anytime throughout the year. If you leave Rockwell Automation, you can take your benefit with you or roll it over to an IRA, 401(k) or other qualified plan. Your contributions to other plans, like a 401(k), 403(b) or 457(b), can be rolled into the Retirement Savings Plan. Contact Fidelity for details. [groups] => ) ) [Auto-Enrollment] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you don't make any elections, you will automatically be enrolled at a 3% pre-tax contribution rate after you've worked at Rockwell Automation for 30 days. Your contributions will be invested in a default target fund, based on your birth date and target retirement date.

        You'll receive more information and an auto-enrollment notification letter from Fidelity approximately two weeks after your hire date. If you'd like to opt out of automatic contributions, you must change your contribution rate to 0% by the date noted on the notification letter. Contributions made to the Retirement Savings Plan cannot be refunded to you.

        [groups] => ) ) [Automatic Payroll Deductions] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Automatic payroll deductions help you save before you spend. You can save anywhere from 1 – 50% of your pay (up to $19,500 in 2020). You also can contribute an additional $6,000 in catch-up contributions if you are age 50 or older. [groups] => ) ) [Get Started at the Fidelity NetBenefits Website] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Learn more about your 401(k) plan and start saving by visiting Fidelity's website. You can also access the site through EmployeeConnect. On this site, you can:
        • Access a wide variety of financial planning tools. (Click on the "Tools & Learning" section from the home page.)
          • Contribution Calculator
          • Take-Home Pay Calculator
          • Withdrawal Calculator
          • Online Workshops
          • Income Strategy Evaluator and more!
        • Read the Summary Plan Description (SPD). It has all the information you need to know about contributions and how the 401(k) plan works.
        • Designate your beneficiaries under the "Your Profile" tab.
        • Start saving in the 401(k) plan or select the Roth 401(k) contributions.
        • Take advantage of the Financial Engines resource after you have a $5.00 account balance in the Retirement Savings Plan.
        • Manage your 401(k) account.
        [groups] => ) ) [Non-Elective Employer Contribution (NEC)] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you were hired or rehired on July 1, 2010 or later, Rockwell Automation will automatically contribute 3 – 7% of your eligible pay once a year. This contribution depends on your age and how long you have worked for the company as of Dec. 31. If you are an employee on the last day of the year, Rockwell Automation will make a contribution. You do not have to contribute to the Retirement Savings Plan to receive this NEC. If you do not choose investment funds for this contribution, it will be automatically invested in a default fund based on your target retirement date. The contribution to your Retirement Savings Plan account is generally made the following year at the end of March (for example, the 2019 NEC contribution will be deposited in March 2020). The following shows the NEC contribution percentages based on the total age + service points (as of Dec. 31): <40: 3% 40 – 59: 4% 60 – 79: 5% 80+: 7% [groups] => ) ) [When You Can Contribute] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => As of your hire date, you are immediately eligible to make pre-tax, Roth 401(k) after-tax or regular after-tax contributions. About a week or so after your start date, your information will be set up in the Fidelity system. [groups] => ) ) [Using Financial Engines] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Because Financial Engines does not sell investments or receive commissions, they can offer you unbiased advice. They offer two ways to get advice: Online Advice: You have unlimited access to powerful retirement tools available at no additional cost through the Financial Engines link on NetBenefits® website. Professional Management: For a fee, experts can create and implement a retirement planning strategy that includes your 401(k) plan and considers any other retirement sources you tell them about. [groups] => ) ) [Matching Contributions] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation will match 50 cents on every $1.00 on the first 7% of pay you contribute each pay period. [groups] => ) ) [401(k) Plan Eligibility] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Rockwell Automation Retirement Savings Plan—the 401(k) Plan—is available to all employees, including those who are scheduled to work less than 20 hours per week. After 30 days of employment, you are automatically enrolled at a 3% pre-tax contribution rate (unless you make an election). [groups] => ) ) [Company Contributions] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Two types of company contributions can be made to your Retirement Savings Plan account: a matching contribution or a Non-Elective Employer Contribution (NEC). You own (are vested in) 100% of these company contributions after completing three years of employment with Rockwell Automation, based on your hire date. You always own 100% of your own contributions. [groups] => ) ) [Supplemental Life Insurance Monthly Rate] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Supplemental Life Insurance rates are based on your coverage amount, age and smoker status. For example, the rate for a 43 year old non-smoker with $100,000 in coverage is $7.60 per month. Use the chart below to calculate your Supplemental Life Insurance rate. [groups] => ) ) [Number of Vacation Days for Current Employees] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => One year, but less than 5 years: 15 days 5 years, but less than 15 years: 20 days 15 years or greater: 25 days [groups] => ) ) [Number of Vacation Days for New Employees] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Ten hours per month of service, up to 15 days. [groups] => ) ) [When Benefits Begin for Employees Scheduled to Work Less Than 20 Hours Per Week] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You are automatically covered for these benefits on your hire date. You do not need to enroll. You get these benefits automatically after you worked at the company for an extended amount of time. [groups] => ) ) [Matching Gifts Program] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Double your contribution to any accredited school (K – 12), post secondary educational institution, educational foundation, or arts and culture organization. Rockwell Automation matches your contribution at 100% once you've been with the company for six months. Find out more on Epoch under Matching Gifts. [groups] => ) ) [When Benefits Begin for Employees Scheduled to Work 20 Hours or More Per Week] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You are automatically covered for these benefits on your hire date. You do not need to enroll. These benefits begin on your hire date if you enroll within 31 days. If you don't enroll, you cannot enroll in most of these benefits until the next Annual Enrollment period. You get these benefits automatically after you have worked at the company for an extended amount of time. [groups] => ) ) [Computer Discount Program] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Save money the next time you buy a DellTM computer. Rockwell Automation offers a discount based on the initial cost related to the purchase of qualifying hardware and operating system software. Find more information on EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [When Your Benefits Begin] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Most of your benefits will begin on your day of hire if you enroll within 31 days. EmployeeConnect will send an email to let you know you are eligible to participate in benefits. The information below will explain which benefits you are eligible for and when they begin. Although your coverage begins on day one, keep in mind that the plan administrators need time to process and enter your information in the system. [groups] => ) ) [International SOS] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation has partnered with International SOS (ISOS) to provide medical and security assistance when employees travel outside their home country for Rockwell Automation business. ISOS provides traveling employees and expatriates with worldwide emergency assistance services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. During an emergency situation, ISOS will act in concert with you and your corporate authorized contact person as needed to monitor events in the country or region of concern, to analyze the situation and, if necessary, to assist in formulating and carrying out an action plan, including payment of medical expenses if necessary. If you require assistance, become aware of incidents or have an emergency while traveling, you can call International SOS, Rockwell Automation Global Security (staffed 24 hours a day) and your home country’s embassy or consulate. Always carry your home country’s embassy or consulate emergency contact information with you. Find more information on the International SOS website. [groups] => ) ) [Holidays] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The dates below are the designated holidays for U.S. locations and employees. You are eligible for a maximum of 13 designated holidays (14 beginning in 2021!) per calendar year. If you are a part-time employee, your holiday pay will be prorated. Please note that production facilities may have alternative schedules.
        2021 Holidays
        • New Year’s Day, Jan. 1
        • Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan. 18
        • Memorial Day, May 31
        • Independence Day Observed, July 5
        • Additional Independence Day, July 6
        • Labor Day, Sept. 6
        • Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25
        • Day after Thanksgiving, Nov. 26
        • Christmas Eve Day, Dec. 24
        • Christmas Day Observed, Dec. 27
        • New Year’s Eve Day, Dec. 31
        • 3 floating holidays
        2020 Holidays
        • New Year’s Day, Jan. 1
        • Memorial Day, May 25
        • Additional Independence Day, July 2
        • Day before Independence Day, July 3
        • Labor Day, Sept. 7
        • Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26
        • Day after Thanksgiving, Nov. 27
        • Christmas Eve Day, Dec. 24
        • Christmas Day, Dec. 25
        • New Year’s Eve Day, Dec. 31
        • 3 floating holidays
        Note: When a holiday falls on a Saturday, employees will be granted one extra floating day if the site has not designated an alternate day in which it will be celebrated. When a holiday falls on a Sunday, the following Monday will be the holiday, except when Monday is also a holiday.
        [groups] => ) ) [Business Travel Accident Insurance] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Business Travel Accident Insurance pays a benefit if you are killed or injured as a result of an accident while traveling on business. Rockwell Automation automatically provides you with coverage of three times your annual salary up to $200,000. You are automatically enrolled and do not need to take any action. [groups] => ) ) [Vacation Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => At Rockwell Automation, we offer you additional benefits to help you balance your life. If you have an alternative work schedule and more than eight hours is required to take a day off, this will reduce your number of vacation days allowed. Any unused vacation or floating holidays are forfeited after Dec. 31 of each year. There is no carryover from one year to the next or pay in lieu of unused days. Vacation and floating holidays may be taken in hourly increments. Your supervisor or manager, who is responsible for ensuring smooth workflow in your department, has the right to deny your vacation or floating holiday request. [groups] => ) ) [How Vacation Days Are Determined] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The number of paid vacation days you have depends on how long you have worked for the company. New employees typically complete three months of service before being eligible to use their vacation days. If you are a part-time employee, your vacation days will be prorated. You must be scheduled to work at least 20 hours per week to be eligible for vacation. [groups] => ) ) [Adoption Assistance Program] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Once you’ve worked at Rockwell Automation for a year, you are eligible to receive financial assistance for expenses related to adopting a child. For details, call the RASC. [groups] => ) ) [Careers] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Grow your future using Careers, our online tool that lets you research, view and apply for jobs at Rockwell Automation. Find it on EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [Examples of Preventive Care] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Covered preventive care includes routine exams, such as annual physicals, well-baby and well-child care, flu shots, most immunizations and more. Contact your medical provider for more information about what services are considered preventive care. [groups] => ) ) [Flu Shots] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The single best way to prevent the flu is to get a flu vaccination each fall. Rockwell Automation makes it easy by offering free flu shots at the onsite screenings. Can’t make an onsite screening? Flu shots are 100% covered by the Rockwell Automation medical plans. If you’re enrolled in a Rockwell Automation medical option, you and your family can also get free flu shots from your primary care provider, a CVS or another network pharmacy. All these options cover flu shots at 100% with no deductible, whether you go in or out of network. Here’s how to get yours: If you see a network provider...
        • Show your medical ID card and you will not be charged for the flu shot.
        If you see an out-of-network provider...
        • You will need to pay for the flu shot up front and then file a claim for reimbursement.
        • To file your claim, download a medical expense claim form from your medical plan administrator’s website. Submit the completed form and your itemized receipt to the address on your medical ID card.
        • Then, your plan administrator will mail you a check for the amount you paid.
        [groups] => ) ) [Medicare Tax] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Medicare tax is 2.35% for high-wage earners. Visit www.irs.gov to learn if you are affected by this. [groups] => ) ) [Summaries of Benefits and Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation is required to distribute a document called a Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC). You will find this important plan document, as well as Summary Plan Descriptions (SPDs), on EmployeeConnect. You can also request a paper copy by calling the RASC. [groups] => ) ) [Women’s Preventive Care Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Women’s preventive health services are 100% covered and not subject to a deductible or coinsurance. For more information, review the Summary Plan Description (SPD) for your medical plan on EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [W-2 Reporting] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation will report the cost of health plan coverage on your W-2 form. Reporting the cost of health coverage on your W-2 does not mean that the coverage is taxable. The value of your health plan benefits will continue to be non-taxable; this reporting is for informational purposes only. Generally, you can request an electronic version of your W-2 at the beginning of January and it is usually available at the end of the month on EmployeeConnect. If you do not request an electronic version, it will be mailed to your home in late January. [groups] => ) ) [Dissolving a Domestic Partnership] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Dissolving your domestic partner relationship means that your domestic partner is no longer eligible for Rockwell Automation benefits, and this is a qualified status change allowing you to change your benefit elections. Your election change must be consistent with the change in status—in this case dropping a domestic partner. You must provide notification within 31 days of the event to request a change, and you may be asked to provide documentation of the event to make the change effective. You can provide notification through the Your Benefits tab on the EmployeeConnect website or by calling the RASC. The RASC will then mail COBRA information to your domestic partner on their COBRA options. Once the union is dissolved, your former domestic partner and domestic partner’s children are no longer eligible for coverage, other than COBRA coverage. If your coverage change results in a pricing difference from the amount you’re currently contributing, changes to your employee contributions will be effective on the first payroll following the processing of the change. However, your coverage change will be effective as of the date of the qualified change in status. In this case, you also are encouraged to update your beneficiary elections for life insurance, 401(k) and any other plans that allow beneficiary designations. [groups] => ) ) [Benefits Available to Domestic Partners] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation offers Domestic Partner benefits in the following plans:
        • Medical
        • Dental
        • Supplemental Life Insurance
        • Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance
        • MetLife Legal Plans
        In addition, domestic partners can participate in some of the optional benefits available through MetLife Auto & Home. [groups] => ) ) [Definition of Domestic Partner] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation defines a domestic partner as an adult of the same or opposite sex who resides with you and qualifies as your dependent under our benefit plan provided you meet the following criteria. You and your domestic partner:
        1. Have an exclusive mutual commitment to share responsibility for each other’s welfare and financial obligations which has existed for at least six months prior to the enrollment of the domestic partner coverage(s) and which is expected to last indefinitely;
        2. Share the same residence;
        3. Are each 18 years of age or older;
        4. Neither of you is married to anyone else;
        5. Are not related by blood in a manner that would bar your marriage in the state in which you reside (does not apply to Maine residents).
        You must also certify that two or more of the following exist as evidence of joint responsibility for basic financial obligations:
        • Joint mortgage, deed or lease.
        • Designation of the domestic partner as durable power of attorney or health care proxy.
        • Joint wills or designation of the domestic partner as executor and/or primary beneficiary.
        • Joint bank account, joint credit cards or other evidence of joint financial responsibility.
        • Designation of the domestic partner as beneficiary for life insurance or retirement benefits.
        • Other evidence that establishes economic interdependence.
        If enrolling for life insurance, at least one of the above must be either: a joint mortgage, deed or lease; or designation of the domestic partner as durable power of attorney or health care proxy. If you meet the criteria outlined above, your domestic partner and your domestic partner's children are considered eligible dependents. [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Money from Rockwell Automation] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $200 You + one $400 You + family $600 [groups] => ) ) [HRA Out-of-Network Money from Rockwell Automation] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $500 You + one $1,000 You + family $1,500 [groups] => ) ) [What You Pay for Dental Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here are the annual dental rates for full-time employees who work 40 hours per week and part-time employees who work 32 to 39 hours per week. Costs are approximately double for part-time employees who work 20 to 31 hours per week. [groups] => ) ) [What You Pay for Medical Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Here are the annual rates based on who you cover, the plan you choose and your annual benefits pay. The rates shown below are for full-time employees who work 40 hours per week and part-time employees who work 32 to 39 hours per week. If you are part-time and work 20 to 31 hours per week, your costs are approximately double the amounts shown below. [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Who Can You Use the Money For?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You, your spouse or domestic partner and your children to age 26 who are enrolled in the plan [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Who Can You Use the Money For?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You or your tax dependents whether or not they are enrolled in the plan [groups] => ) ) [Health Coaching] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

        AWARE

        Receive one-on-one support from mindfulness-based stress reduction trained health and wellness professionals for self-guided individual practice. Call Workplace Options at 1.855.897.4044 to get started. You can complete this program one time to earn 100 points ($100). How to track: Once you complete six weekly telephonic sessions, go to rastaywell.com, click Aware Program and then click Self Report Now. That’s it! Goal: Manage stress by participating in telephonic mindfulness sessions. Timing: Complete six weekly telephonic sessions.

        PHONE COACHING

        Personalized phone coaching gives you the opportunity to work one-on-one with a trained health coach to create a game plan that’s right for you in areas ranging from weight management, exercise, nutrition, stress, back care, and managing your cholesterol and blood pressure. You can get started by calling StayWell at 1.800.721.2696 or going online at rastaywell.com. You can complete this program one time to earn 100 points ($100). How to track: Your health coach will keep track of your phone calls. Goal: Complete the phone coaching program. You will receive credit for the program after your third coaching call. Talk to your coach about other coaching opportunities and earn a second incentive when you complete a second program. Timing: Work with your health coach to determine a timeline that works best for your goals. [groups] => ) ) [Working Spouse or Domestic Partner Adjustment] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you cover a spouse or domestic partner who has access to coverage through his or her own employer, your premium cost will be increased by a Working Spouse or Domestic Partner Adjustment. Your annual adjustment is $420 if your salary is less than $50,000 or $900 if your salary is greater than or equal to $50,000. If your spouse or domestic partner also has access to primary medical coverage for your children, your premium cost will be increased. [groups] => ) ) [Making Changes] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Benefits Enrollment is your chance to make changes for the year. You can only make a change during the year if you have a qualified status change, such as:
        • Marriage
        • Divorce
        • Start or end a domestic partnership
        • Have a baby or adopt a child
        • Your dependent dies
        • Your spouse or domestic partner leaves a job or gains new employment
        • You, your spouse or domestic partner changes from part-time work to full-time work  (or vice versa)
        • You, your spouse or domestic partner has a significant change in health care coverage
        • You are required to provide dependent medical coverage as a result of a valid court decree that meets the requires of a Qualified Medical Child Support Order (QMCSO)
        To make a coverage change during the year, go to EmployeeConnect > Your Benefit Resources or call the Rockwell Automation Service Center at 1.877.687.7272 within 31 calendar days of the date you experience the qualified family change. [groups] => ) ) [Health Risk Questionnaire (HRQ) Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The HRQ pops up as soon as you first log in to rastaywell.com. Click “Start” in the middle of the page to begin. The HRQ is finished once you reach “Your Health Assessment Results.” The information is all confidential and only seen by you. When you finish reviewing your results, click “Done” at the bottom of the page. Make sure you reach the end and see your results before closing your browser or navigating away from the page. YOU MUST COMPLETE THIS short health survey before you can earn incentives for your Take Action activities. Complete it right away, so you can start earning rewards. [groups] => ) ) [Health Screening Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can earn $50 for every healthy target you meet based on your Health Screening results. If you meet all four targets, you can earn a total of $200 off your 2021 medical premiums. View the healthy targets below.
        [groups] => ) ) [Take Action Activities Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You have options to choose from to complete your Take Action activities, such as challenges and coaching programs. You can earn up to $500 toward your 2021 medical premium discount. Each activity equals 100 points ($100). You may complete some activities more than once. Sign up today at rastaywell.com. [groups] => ) ) [Health Management Program Overview] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

        Gateway

        The online HRQ gives you an overall picture of your health and how your lifestyle habits now may affect your future health. The HRQ is the gateway activity you must complete to earn incentives. Complete the HRQ when you log in to the rastaywell.com portal.

        Incentives

        You can earn up to $500 in incentives, which will be applied as a discount to your 2021 Rockwell Automation medical premiums.
        Take Action Activities
        You can earn up to $500 through Take Action activities alone or by combining them with the Health Screening incentives. So, if you don’t achieve all of the Health Screening healthy targets, you can do more Take Action activities to earn the total $500 incentive. Complete activities, such as Real Appeal, 10K-A-Day and coaching programs. Find details about your options and sign up at rastaywell.com.
        Health Screening
        The Health Screening measures four healthy targets—blood pressure, cholesterol, blood glucose and body mass index (BMI)—that can help identify health risks early and track improvement year over year. Complete the screening to earn up to $200 ($50 for every healthy target you meet) off your 2021 medical premiums. Find a list of healthy targets at rastaywell.com. Watch for more information about onsite Health Screenings that will be held at certain locations in the fall.

        Timing

        You must complete the HRQ, Take Action activities and the Health Screening between Jan. 16, 2020, with a deadline of Dec. 31, 2020.

        Questions?

        Call StayWell at 1.800.721.2696, Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Central Time). [groups] => ) ) [Health Management Program Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => StayWell, a third-party vendor, is the provider and administrator for the Health Management Program. StayWell handles any personal data you provide throughout any health management activities—not Rockwell Automation. [groups] => ) ) [Eligibility] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Make sure you know who's eligible. Here's a look:

        You are eligible if

        • you are employed by Rockwell Automation and work 20 hours or more per week.
        • you are a Student Associate working full-time, you're eligible for medical coverage and the 401(k) only.

        Your spouse1 is eligible if

        • you are legally married

        Your domestic partner is eligible if

        • you are in a committed relationship and are financially interdependent;
        • neither of you is married to, or in a domestic partnership with, anyone else; and
        • you are not related by blood to a degree of closeness that would otherwise prohibit marriage.

        Your children are eligible if they are

        • your natural children, stepchildren, your domestic partner's children,2 legally adopted children, children placed for adoption or children for whom legal guardianship has been awarded to you or your spouse;
        • under age 26, or any age if they have a physical or mental disability diagnosed before age 26 that requires lifetime care and supervision; and
        • unmarried.
        1Legally married same-sex spouses can receive health coverage on a pre-tax basis, and their eligible expenses can be reimbursed from an employee’s HSA or Health Care FSA. Anytime a spouse is referenced in this guide, it applies to all legally married spouses. 2If your domestic partner and his or her children don’t qualify as your dependents for federal income tax purposes, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) requires that your contributions for their coverage be paid on an after-tax basis and that Rockwell Automation’s cost toward this coverage be reported as imputed income, which is taxable to you. Additionally, since Rockwell Automation adds a surcharge for coverage of any spouse/domestic partner who can obtain medical coverage from his or her own employer, you may want to check the cost-effectiveness of obtaining separate coverage as two individuals. [groups] => ) ) [Best Doctors Services] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Best Doctors is a great employee health benefit that is free and confidential for you and your family. Best Doctors provides you with experts to help you make informed health care decisions. It offers a wide range of tools and resources, including access to the world’s top specialists to help you when you need it most. If you are moving to a new location within the U.S. or need or want a new doctor, Best Doctors can also help find a new primary care doctor or specialist in your area. [groups] => ) ) [Workplace Options Services] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Have a question about coping with stress? Need guidance on how to successfully budget your money? Workplace Options is offered by Rockwell Automation to help you with any issue, big or small. The counselors, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, are licensed clinical professionals that can help you with topics, such as:
        • Life changes
        • Relationships
        • Work/life balance
        • Relationship troubles
        • Parental guidance
        • Personal growth and development
        • Family concerns
        • Healthy living
        • Financial stability
        • And more!
        And, don’t worry! Everything you share is completely confidential. Want to learn more? Check out the informational brochure and educational presentation in Downloads to learn more about what Workplace Options has to offer. [groups] => ) ) [Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Workplace Options is the provider for the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). [groups] => ) ) [Using Workplace Options] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You are automatically eligible to receive services from Workplace Options at no cost to you and you don't have to sign up. Rockwell Automation offers this service to all employees to help you and your family when you need it. [groups] => ) ) [Auto, Home and Pet Insurance Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

        Auto & Home

        The MetLife Auto & Home program gives you access to discounted group rates for personal insurance, like home, renter, fire, auto, boat and excess liability. You may participate anytime throughout the year. On the MetLife MyBenefits website, you can get convenient one-stop shopping for auto and home insurance quotes from MetLife, The Hartford, Safeco and Unitrin.

        Pet Insurance

        The average American spends more than $2,000 a year on their furry friends. To help you cover those expenses, Rockwell Automation is introducing Nationwide Pet Insurance through MetLife at discounted group rates. Get coverage from nose to tail for wellness visits, vaccinations, illnesses and injuries. You can easily enroll for Auto, Home & Pet insurance by calling MetLife at 1.800.438.6388 between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m., Central Time, Monday – Friday. For your convenience, you can pay for MetLife Auto, Home & Pet insurance coverage through after-tax payroll deductions. You may participate in any of these plans anytime throughout the year. [groups] => ) ) [Auto & Home Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => MetLife is the provider for the Auto & Home program. [groups] => ) ) [Group Legal Services] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you choose to enroll in MetLife Legal Plans, you’ll have access to a network of attorneys and coverage of attorney fees for routine personal or family legal issues, including:
        • Traffic ticket defense and court appearances
        • Power of Attorney for health care and advance directives
        • Buying/selling/refinancing a primary residence
        • Real estate transactions
        • Legal document review
        • Court appearances
        • Adoption
        • Wills, living wills and trusts
        • And more!
        [groups] => ) ) [Group Legal Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => MetLife Legal Plans is the provider for MetLife Group Legal coverage. [groups] => ) ) [Group Legal Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can buy MetLife Group Legal coverage as an additional benefit for $13.50 per month through after-tax payroll deductions. [groups] => ) ) [LTD 2: Cost-of-Living Allowance] => Array ( [Long-Term Disability Insurance Option 2] => Array ( [content] => Annual adjustment of 3% for up to 5 years [groups] => ) ) [LTD 2: Benefit] => Array ( [Long-Term Disability Insurance Option 2] => Array ( [content] => 60% of your pay, up to $15,000 maximum benefit per month [groups] => ) ) [LTD 1: Cost-of-Living Allowance] => Array ( [Long-Term Disability Insurance Option 1] => Array ( [content] => None [groups] => ) ) [Long-Term Disability Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Long-Term Disability (LTD) keeps part of your paycheck coming if you are unable to work for a longer period of time than covered by Short-Term Disability (STD). You have two options for LTD coverage. Here’s how they work: [groups] => ) ) [Short-Term Disability Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Short-Term Disability (STD) keeps part of your paycheck coming if you are unable to work for up to 26 weeks. Maternity leave is covered under Short-Term Disability. Here’s how company-paid STD works: You can receive STD for 26 weeks. First, you receive 100% of your monthly benefits pay for 16 weeks. Then, you receive 70% of your monthly benefits pay for the remaining 10 weeks. [groups] => ) ) [Disability Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Prudential is the provider for Short-Term and Long-Term Disability benefits. [groups] => ) ) [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => AD&D Insurance pays a benefit if you or a covered dependent dies or is injured due to an accident. [groups] => ) ) [Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => MetLife is the provider for Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance. [groups] => ) ) [Supplemental Life — Your Children] => Array ( [Supplemental Life] => Array ( [content] => Either $5,000 or $10,000 per child [groups] => ) ) [Basic Life — Your Children] => Array ( [Basic Life] => Array ( [content] => N/A [groups] => ) ) [Supplemental Life — Your Spouse/Domestic Partner] => Array ( [Supplemental Life] => Array ( [content] => $10,000 – $100,000 (in $5,000 increments) [groups] => ) ) [Basic Life — Your Spouse/Domestic Partner] => Array ( [Basic Life] => Array ( [content] => N/A [groups] => ) ) [Supplemental Life — You] => Array ( [Supplemental Life] => Array ( [content] => 1 – 8 times your annual benefits pay ($2,000,000 maximum) Annual benefits pay is your annual base pay, or your total targeted compensation (sales employees only), as of Oct. 1, 2019. [groups] => ) ) [Basic Life — You] => Array ( [Basic Life] => Array ( [content] => 2 times your annual benefits pay Annual benefits pay is your annual base pay, or your total targeted compensation (sales employees only), as of Oct. 1, 2019. [groups] => ) ) [Basic Life Insurance Details] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Life insurance pays a benefit to your beneficiary if you die. Rockwell Automation provides Basic Life Insurance coverage of 2 times your annual benefits pay at no cost to you. When you select family coverage, all eligible dependents listed on EmployeeConnect are automatically covered. [groups] => ) ) [Life Insurance Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => MetLife is the life insurance provider for Basic Life Insurance and Supplemental Life Insurance. [groups] => ) ) [Basic Life Insurance Eligibility] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation automatically provides Basic Life Insurance at no cost to you. [groups] => ) ) [How Much Should You Contribute to Your FSAs?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can estimate the amount of money you should contribute to your FSA each year. Remember, you lose any money over $500 you don’t use in your Health Care FSA by the end of the year and you lose all of your Dependent Care FSA money. So, use the Flexible Spending Account Estimator tool on EmployeeConnect to help you get it right. [groups] => ) ) [DCFSA: What Are the Deadlines? 2019] => Array ( [Dependent Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Deadline to use funds: Dec. 31, 2019 Deadline to submit expenses: Mar. 31, 2020 [groups] => ) ) [HCFSA: What Are the Deadlines? 2019] => Array ( [Health Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Deadline to use funds: Dec. 31, 2019 Deadline to submit expenses: Mar. 31, 2020 [groups] => ) ) [DCFSA: What Can the Money Be Used For?] => Array ( [Dependent Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Dependent care expenses incurred so you and your spouse can work or go to school full-time, like:

        Nursery schools

        Day care centers (including adult day care centers)

        In-home day care providers

        Before- and after-school care (if not already included in tuition)

        [groups] => ) ) [HCFSA: What Can the Money Be Used For?] => Array ( [Health Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => If you have a General Purpose FSA, eligible medical, dental and vision expenses for you and your tax dependents, like: Deductibles Copayments and coinsurance Medical supplies Immunizations Over-the-counter drugs for which you have a prescription Prescription drugs Contact lenses and eyeglasses Dental work If you have a Limited Purpose FSA, eligible preventive pharmacy coinsurance, dental and vision expenses for you and your tax dependents until you meet your deductible, and then eligible medical expenses too. [groups] => ) ) [FSA Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => All the FSAs are administered by Your Spending Account™. [groups] => ) ) [FSA Eligibility] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation offers two Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs): the Health Care FSA and the Dependent Care FSA. FSAs help you pay for eligible health care and dependent care expenses with tax-free dollars. You're eligible for different FSAs depending on the medical option you choose:
        • If you enroll in the HRA option, you are eligible to participate in a Health Care FSA.
        • If you enroll in the HSA option, you are eligible to participate in a Limited Purpose FSA only. You  can only use your Limited Purpose FSA for certain expenses.
        • If you enroll in either the HRA or HSA option, you are eligible to participate in a Dependent Care FSA.
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        Includes crowns, dentures, bridges [groups] => ) ) [Major Care – Basic] => Array ( [Basic Option] => Array ( [content] => Not covered [groups] => ) ) [Basic Care – Comprehensive] => Array ( [Comprehensive Option] => Array ( [content] => Plan pays 80% after deductible
        Includes extractions, fillings, root canals [groups] => ) ) [Basic Care – Basic] => Array ( [Basic Option] => Array ( [content] => Plan pays 70% Includes extractions, fillings, root canals [groups] => ) ) [Preventive Care – Comprehensive] => Array ( [Comprehensive Option] => Array ( [content] => Plan pays 100% Includes exams, cleanings, sealants, X-rays [groups] => ) ) [Preventive Care – Basic] => Array ( [Basic Option] => Array ( [content] => Plan pays 100% Includes exams, cleanings, sealants, X-rays [groups] => ) ) [Your Deductible – Comprehensive] => Array ( [Comprehensive Option] => Array ( [content] => You $50 You + one or You + family $150 [groups] => ) ) [Your Deductible – Basic] => Array ( [Basic Option] => Array ( [content] => You $50 You + one or You + family $150 [groups] => ) ) [Dental Options] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You have two dental options: the Basic option and the Comprehensive option. [groups] => ) ) [Dental Administrator] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Both your dental options are administered by MetLife Dental. [groups] => ) ) [HRA Mail-Order Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [HRA Mail Order (up to 90-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => You $1,000 You + one $1,500 You + family $2,000 [groups] => ) ) [HRA Retail Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [HRA Retail (up to 30-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => You $1,000 You + one $1,500 You + family $2,000 [groups] => ) ) [HRA Mail Order Value-Based Non-Preferred Brand Name Coinsurance] => Array ( [HRA Mail Order (up to 90-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 80% ($120 max/Rx) Includes medication for high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes [groups] => ) ) [HRA Mail Order Value-Based Preferred Brand Name Coinsurance] => Array ( [HRA Mail Order (up to 90-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 90% ($100 max/Rx) Includes medication for high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes [groups] => ) ) [HRA Mail Order Value-Based Generic Copay] => Array ( [HRA Mail Order (up to 90-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 100% after $10 copay Includes medication for high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes [groups] => ) ) [HRA Retail Value-Based Non-Preferred Brand Name Coinsurance] => Array ( [HRA Retail (up to 30-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 80% ($60 max/Rx) Includes medication for high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes [groups] => ) ) [HRA Retail Value-Based Preferred Brand Name Coinsurance] => Array ( [HRA Retail (up to 30-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 90% ($50 max/Rx) Includes medication for high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes [groups] => ) ) [HRA Retail Value-Based Generic Copay] => Array ( [HRA Retail (up to 30-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 100% after $5 copay Includes medication for high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes [groups] => ) ) [HRA Mail Order Non-Preferred Brand Name Coinsurance] => Array ( [HRA Mail Order (up to 90-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 60% ($240 max/Rx) [groups] => ) ) [HRA Mail Order Preferred Brand Name Coinsurance] => Array ( [HRA Mail Order (up to 90-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 80% ($200 max/Rx) [groups] => ) ) [HRA Mail Order Generic Copay] => Array ( [HRA Mail Order (up to 90-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 100% after $20 copay [groups] => ) ) [HRA Retail Non-Preferred Brand Name Coinsurance] => Array ( [HRA Retail (up to 30-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 60% ($120 max/Rx) [groups] => ) ) [HRA Retail Preferred Brand Name Coinsurance] => Array ( [HRA Retail (up to 30-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 80% ($100 max/Rx) [groups] => ) ) [HRA Retail Generic Copay] => Array ( [HRA Retail (up to 30-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => 100% after $10 copay [groups] => ) ) [HRA Mail Order Rx Deductible] => Array ( [HRA Mail Order (up to 90-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => None [groups] => ) ) [HRA Retail Rx Deductible] => Array ( [HRA Retail (up to 30-day supply)] => Array ( [content] => None [groups] => ) ) [Prescription Drugs with the HRA Option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => With prescription drug coverage in the HRA option, you don't have to meet your medical deductible before you start enjoying prescription drug benefits. This prescription drug coverage also has an out-of-pocket maximum, which limits how much you have to pay for prescription drugs during the year. Get your flu shot for free!  Use your prescription drug coverage through CVS/caremark to get your flu shot for free at an in-network pharmacy of your choice. Find a list of qualifying pharmacies at caremark.com. [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $6,200 You + one $9,400 You + family $15,600 [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $3,000 You + one $4,500 You + family $7,500 [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Preventive Drugs] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% (before deductible) [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Preventive Drugs] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% (before deductible) [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Non-Preventive Drugs] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% (after deductible) [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Non-Preventive Drugs] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% (after deductible) [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Rx Deductible] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => Part of your medical deductible You $4,000 You + one $6,000 You + family $10,000 [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Rx Deductible] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Part of your medical deductible You $2,000 You + one $3,000 You + family $5,000 [groups] => ) ) [Prescription Drugs with the HSA Option] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => With the HSA option, most prescription drugs are covered like any other medical expense. Your prescription drug costs are a part of your medical deductible. There's no difference in the cost for different tiers of prescription drugs; you pay the same coinsurance for generics, preferred brand name and non-preferred brand name drugs. Once you meet your deductible, you and Rockwell Automation begin to share your prescription drug costs. Get your flu shot for free!  Use your prescription drug coverage through CVS/caremark to get your flu shot for free at an in-network pharmacy of your choice. Find a list of qualifying pharmacies at caremark.com. [groups] => ) ) [What is an HRA?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The HRA option comes with a Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) funded by Rockwell Automation. If you enroll in the HRA option, Rockwell Automation will automatically set up and fund your HRA with money you can use to help offset your eligible expenses: $500 for you, $1,000 for you + one and $1,500 for you + family. [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Do You Have to Save Receipts or File With Your Tax Return?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => No [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Do You Have to Save Receipts or File With Your Tax Return?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Yes, you must file a Form 8889 with your federal income tax return each year that you have money in your HSA, and you must save receipts to verify withdrawals for eligible expenses [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Do the Dollars Roll Over Year to Year?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Yes [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Do the Dollars Roll Over Year to Year?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Yes [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Can You Take the Unused Balance with You?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => No [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Can You Take the Unused Balance with You?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Yes, including any earnings [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Can the Money Earn Interest?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => No [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Can the Money Earn Interest?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Yes, interest is automatically applied if you have a balance [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Who Owns the Money?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Who Owns the Money?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You [groups] => ) ) [HRA: Who Can Contribute?] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation only [groups] => ) ) [HSA: Who Can Contribute?] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation and you [groups] => ) ) [Your Contributions to Your HSA] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You can make contributions to your HSA with tax-free dollars, up to the IRS maximums, each plan year you’re enrolled in the HSA option. For 2018, your combined contributions with Rockwell Automation cannot exceed:
        • $3,250 if you have you only coverage
        • $6,500 if you have you + one coverage
        • $6,300 if you have you + family coverage
        For 2019, your combined contributions with Rockwell Automation cannot exceed:
        • $3,300 if you have you only coverage
        • $6,600 if you have you + one coverage
        • $6,400 if you have you + family coverage
        Plus, if you're age 55 and over, you can make a $1,000 catch-up contribution. [groups] => ) ) [What is an HSA?] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The HSA option comes with a Health Savings Account funded by Rockwell Automation and you (if you choose)—an account that uses tax-free dollars to help pay current and future health care expenses. When you enroll in the HSA option, your HSA is opened for you. Then, Rockwell Automation makes a contribution to help offset your health care expenses: $200 for you, $400 for you + one and $600 for you + family. [groups] => ) ) [HRA Out-of-Network Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $6,500 You + one $10,000 You + family $13,500 [groups] => ) ) [HRA In-Network Out-of-Pocket Maximum] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $3,000 You + one $4,500 You + family $6,000 [groups] => ) ) [HRA Out-of-Network Hospital Stay] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HRA In-Network Hospital Stay] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Hospital Stay] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Hospital Stay] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [HRA Out-of-Network Emergency Room] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HRA In-Network Emergency Room] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Emergency Room] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Emergency Room] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [HRA Out-of-Network Urgent Care Clinic] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HRA In-Network Urgent Care Clinic] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Urgent Care Clinic] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Urgent Care Clinic] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [The Plan Pays: HRA Out-of-Network Doctor Office Visits] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [The Plan Pays: HRA In-Network Doctor Office Visits] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [The Plan Pays: HSA Out-of-Network Doctor Office Visits] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [The Plan Pays: HSA In-Network Doctor Office Visits] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 80% after deductible 85% (after deductible) for Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities [groups] => ) ) [HRA Out-of-Network Preventive Care] => Array ( [HRA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HRA In-Network Preventive Care] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 100% no deductible [groups] => ) ) [HSA Out-of-Network Preventive Care] => Array ( [HSA Out-of-Network] => Array ( [content] => 60% after deductible [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Preventive Care] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => 100% no deductible [groups] => ) ) [HRA In-Network Money from Rockwell Automation] => Array ( [HRA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $500 You + one $1,000 You + family $1,500 [groups] => ) ) [HSA In-Network Money from Rockwell Automation] => Array ( [HSA In-Network] => Array ( [content] => You $200 You + one $400 You + family $600 [groups] => ) ) [LTD 1: Benefit] => Array ( [Long-Term Disability Insurance Option 1] => Array ( [content] => 60% of your pay, up to $5,000 maximum benefit per month [groups] => ) ) [Medical Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation offers two medical options: the Health Savings Account (HSA) option and the Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) option. Both the HSA and HRA options offer financial protection for you and your family when you need medical care. Here are a few other ways they are similar. Both options provide:
        • Coverage for the same services (like doctor visits, hospital care and lab work).
        • Fully covered in-network preventive care, even before you've met your deductible.
        • A health account that comes with a company contribution.
        • An extensive provider network (the Choice Plus network).
        • Prescription drug coverage provided by CVS/caremark.
        • The UnitedHealth Tier 1 Designation Program, which helps you find quality, cost-effective care.
        • ˜˜Best Doctors, an informed decision-support service to help you evaluate medical treatment options.
        HSA Option HRA Option
        The HSA option has lower premiums but a higher deductible. This means you pay less for coverage throughout the year but pay more when you use care. Some other benefits of the HSA option are that it:
        • Comes with a Health Savings Account (HSA) that has a company contribution to help offset your deductible. You can contribute your own money, pre-tax, to this account to help pay for eligible medical expenses. Plus, any money in your HSA is yours to keep even if you leave the company. For more information about the HSA, click here.
        • Requires that you meet your medical deductible before Rockwell Automation starts sharing your non-preventive prescription drug costs.
        The HRA option has higher premiums but a lower deductible. This means you pay more for coverage throughout the year but pay less when you use care. Some other benefits of the HRA option are that it:
        • Comes with a Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) that has a company contribution to help offset your deductible. You cannot contribute any of your own money to this account. If you leave the company or change medical options, you forfeit your remaining HRA balance.
        • Doesn’t require that you meet a deductible before you and Rockwell Automation share costs for prescription drugs.
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        • Create a financial plan based on your Rockwell Automation Retirement Savings Plan
        • Check and monitor your accounts
        • Track your progress toward goals
        • Plan for health care expenses, college expenses, Social Security and more
        • Get specific, personalized retirement investment advice and powerful retirement tools at no cost to you.
        To get started, log on to 401k.com and click the Financial Engines banner. Review your personalized “stoplight” evaluation and click the orange Next button. Then select the Manage it on your own tab to access Online Advice. Use the tools to create your plan. Log in to rastaywell.com by Dec. 31 to mark the activity completed. [groups] => ) ) [Mindfulness and Stress Management course] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Learn to manage your stress and be more mindful in this engaging course offered through QuadMed. You’ll be guided through six sessions on topics such as:
        • Identifying your stress level
        • 10 ways to become more resilient
        • Recharging your life
        • Mindful eating
        • Tips to stress management goal setting
        To take the course, log in to the new StayWell portal at rastaywell.com. Select the Incentive tab, look for the course and click Sign up. Be sure to complete the course by Dec. 31. [groups] => ) ) [Notice of Changes to Rockwell Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => This notice serves as a Summary of Material Modification (SMM) for changes to the Rockwell Automation Employee Health Plan, the Rockwell Automation Retirement Savings Plan, and the Rockwell Automation Pension Plan effective March 1, 2020. [groups] => ) ) [Child Care Resources for COVID-19] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you need additional child care support due to school closures, our EAP has compiled a list of resources to help you find daycare and other care centers. Click here for the list. [groups] => ) ) [Health Management Program Archive] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => 2018 Health Screening Mailers: [groups] => ) ) [Children’s and Maternity Vision Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Both children and expectant mothers can experience vision changes more frequently than others. For this reason, Rockwell Automation provides additional benefits to children who are 13 and under and mothers to be. Both receive at no additional cost:
        • Coverage for a second eye exam
        • Coverage for one new pair of glasses (frames and lenses) if vision changes .5 diopter or greater in a plan year*
        • Plus, you can receive online education about children’s eye health.
        * Standard copays apply. [groups] => ) ) [2020 Annual Enrollment Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Review your options for next year with the 2020 Annual Enrollment Guide. [groups] => ) ) [2020 New Hire Enrollment Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Learn about all your benefit options and how to enroll in the 2020 New Hire Enrollment Guide. [groups] => ) ) [A weight loss program with Real Appeal] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Living a healthy life means different things for each of us. Whatever your health goal, taking simple steps can be the best way to achieve it, especially when you’re getting started. Rockwell Automation is excited to introduce a simple new program to support losing weight. Real Appeal is based on decades of proven clinical research to help you lose weight and reduce your risk of developing diabetes, cardiovascular and other weight-related diseases. When you enroll, you receive:
        • Up to a year of support from a Transformation Coach. This person guides you through the program and develops a simple, customized plan that fits your needs, preferences and goals.
        • 24/7 access to digital tools and dashboards that help you track your food, activity and weight.
        • A success kit full of healthy weight management tools including fitness guides, a recipe book (with quick family meal ideas and fast-food eating tips), weight scale and more.
        • Weekly online group sessions to learn healthy ideas from your coach and other members who share what’s helped them achieve success.
        If you’re ready to spark your transformation, enroll today at ra.realappeal.com. Real Appeal is offered through UnitedHealthcare. Real Appeal is available at no additional cost to employees with our UnitedHealthcare health plan, their covered spouses and dependents 18 or over with a BMI of 23 and higher, subject to eligibility.  [groups] => ) ) [Aware] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Rockwell Automation Health Management program will now include Aware, a Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction MBSR program, as a Take Action activity. Aware is an alternate modality of support for participants experiencing life stress, pain, and challenges with focus and concentration, as well as individuals who want to increase their awareness of and commitment to intentional living. With a personalized approach to applying mindful practices to life, Aware teaches participants how to be engaged, diminish distractions, and counteract stress. The program cultivates focused and resilient employees, who are more engaged and productive in the workplace. Through six weekly telephonic sessions, Workplace Options MBSR-trained health and wellness professionals provide one-on-one support and supply electronic resources for self-guided individual practice. These electronic resources include a practice plan, journal, guided practice exercises, and additional resource suggestions including apps, websites and print materials. MBSR specialists have completed a minimum of 50 hours of MBSR training as well as additional cross-training on holistic wellbeing. The initial session is most often scheduled within one week following the referral to Aware. This first session lasts 45 minutes, with five follow-up sessions lasting approximately 15-20 minutes. The Aware specialist schedules the next appointment during each session. In each of these follow-up sessions, the participant has the opportunity to learn and experience mindfulness exercises that they can later practice on their own. To access the Aware program, please call the Rockwell Automation EAP Toll Free Number at 1-855-897-4044. Upon completion of the program, please click below to self report by December 31, 2019 in order to receive credit. [groups] => ) ) [2019 New Hire Enrollment Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Your comprehensive overview of the benefits available to you and how to enroll in the 2019 New Hire Guide. [groups] => ) ) [2019 Annual Enrollment Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Read about your 2019 benefits with the 2019 Annual Enrollment Guide. [groups] => ) ) [2020 Take Action Mailer] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the 2020 Take Action mailer for information about the different options for completing your Take Action activities. [groups] => ) ) [2018 Benefit Enhancement FAQs] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the 2018 Benefit Enhancement FAQs for answers to your benefit enhancement questions. [groups] => ) ) [Retirement Webinars] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>

        Understanding the Retirement Process

        If you missed your chance to sign up for a Rockwell Automation Retirement Process webinar this fall, you can view a recording of the 2019 presentation or review the PDF.

        Fidelity Webcast Hub

        Fidelity offers a variety of practical conversations to support your financial wellness.  Click here to access the Webcast Hub. [groups] => ) ) [DCFSA: How Much Can I Contribute? 2019] => Array ( [Dependent Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => $100 minimum $5,000 maximum ($2,500 maximum if married and filing separately from your spouse) [groups] => ) ) [HCFSA: How Much Can I Contribute? 2020] => Array ( [Health Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => $100 minimum $2,700 maximum [groups] => ) ) [DCFSA: What Are the Deadlines? 2020] => Array ( [Dependent Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Deadline to use funds: Dec. 31, 2020 Deadline to submit expenses: Mar. 31, 2021 [groups] => ) ) [HCFSA: What are the Deadlines? 2020] => Array ( [Health Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Deadline to use funds: Dec. 31, 2020 Deadline to submit expenses: Mar. 31, 2021 [groups] => ) ) [Dependent Care FSA – Does the money carry over?] => Array ( [Dependent Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => No. The carryover is strictly related to Health Care FSAs. [groups] => ) ) [Health Care FSA – Does the Money Carry Over] => Array ( [Health Care FSA] => Array ( [content] => Yes. You can carry over up to $500 in unused funds to the next plan year. [groups] => ) ) [2020 Health Screening Appeal Form] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you do not meet one or more of the healthy targets, your health care provider can complete and sign an appeal form. You can access the 2020 Appeal Form at rastaywell.com [groups] => ) ) [2019-2020 StayWell Health Care Provider Forms] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the Health Care Provider Form on rastaywell.com and take it to your health care provider when you get your annual physical exam at any time during the year. Onsite screenings will be held at certain locations this Sept. and Oct. The home test kit will no longer be a Health Screening option in 2020. [groups] => ) ) [Health Benefits During Unpaid FMLA] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you take unpaid time off under FMLA, you will be billed for your share of the health benefit premiums. If you don’t pay your benefit premiums, your enrollment may default to no coverage when you return to work. [groups] => ) ) [HealthSafe ID] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => UnitedHealthcare has adopted a single sign-in process for its website, UnitedHealthcare app and other UHC digital tools. For extra convenience, you log in to all UHC sites and tools with the same username and password, which make up your HealthSafe ID. Creating your HealthSafe ID is easy and typically takes less than five minutes. You set up a new account by going to myuhc.com, providing some basic information and choosing a username and password. Then you’re asked to confirm your email and phone number to add extra security to your account. If you have already created a HealthSafe ID for the Health4Me app, you can use it now on myuhc.com. [groups] => ) ) [Behavioral Therapy for Autism Spectrum Disorder] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Both Rockwell Automation medical options cover behavioral services for Autism Spectrum Disorder. This includes Intensive Behavioral Therapies, such as Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), that are designed to reinforce adaptive behaviors, reduce maladaptive behaviors and improve age-appropriate skills. To be covered, ABA must be:
        • Focused on the treatment of core deficits of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
        • Provided by a Board Certified Applied Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or other qualified provider under the appropriate supervision.
        • Focused on treating maladaptive/stereotypic behaviors that are posing danger to self, others and property and impairment in daily functioning.
        For help finding a qualified provider, call Advocate4Me. Be sure to get prior authorization from the plan if you’re using an out-of-network provider. For details—including the covered medical services for Autism Spectrum Disorder—please see your medical option Summary Plan Description on EmployeeConnect. [groups] => ) ) [Taxation of a Domestic Partner’s Benefit Coverage] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Unlike a legal spouse, a domestic partner isn’t generally a dependent for federal income tax purposes. This means:
        • Rockwell Automation’s share of the cost of providing benefits for your partner (and his or her children) is reported to the IRS as taxable “imputed income” to you.
        • Any benefit plan contributions that you pay for your partner (and his or her children) can’t be made on a before-tax basis.
        There may also be similar issues with state and local taxes where you live. You need to allow for this when you’re pricing your coverage options, especially medical coverage. Because these tax issues would also apply if you were a dependent on your partner’s employer-provided plan, you may want to check the cost-effectiveness of obtaining separate coverage as two individuals. Please note, too, that Rockwell Automation adds a surcharge for coverage of any spouse or partner who can obtain medical coverage from his or her own employer. [groups] => ) ) [2019 Health Screening Mailer] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the 2019 health screening mailer to remind yourself how the screening worked last year based on your work location. [groups] => ) ) [Virtual Visits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Virtual Visits let you see and talk to a board-certified physician, and let them see you, from your smart phone, tablet or computer. You can do this without an appointment.
        Effective immediately through 2021, Virtual Visits through your Rockwell Automation health plan (Amwell, Doctor on Demand or Teladoc) are covered with no deductible or copay. Telehealth services from other health care providers are covered with no deductible or copay through 2020, and then covered at the plan deductible and coinsurance rates beginning in 2021.

        Think about using a Virtual Visit when:
        • You need care after hours.
        • You become ill when traveling.
        • You are thinking about visiting a hospital emergency room for a non-emergency health condition.
        A Virtual Visit allows you to:
        • See a doctor from the comfort of your home.
        • Avoid driving to the doctor’s office.
        • Stay away from crowded waiting rooms.
        • Access care 24 hours a day/seven days a week.
        • Receive low-cost, convenient non-emergency care.
        Still not sure a Virtual Visit offers the right care? Call myNurseLineSM at 1-844-234-7924. This service is available to Rockwell Automation health plan participants. For a Virtual Visit, log in to myuhc.com or the UnitedHealthcare app and choose a virtual provider group. (You must register with UnitedHealthcare before your first Virtual Visit.) If you have questions, call 1.844.234.7924. [groups] => ) ) [Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) transition to UHC] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => As of January 2016, UHC took over administration of the Health Reimbursement Account (HRA). Your 2015 administrator will send a report to UHC and transition your funds. Those funds will be available in the beginning of April 2016. Humana members who enrolled in the HRA for 2016 won’t have a debit card this year. Instead, they’ll be reimbursed automatically for any medical and pharmacy claim balances. Humana HRA debit cards do not work as of Dec. 31, 2015. 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        Monthly rates per $1,000 in coverage, based on employee's age
        [groups] => ) ) [The UHC User Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Looking to break in that UnitedHealthcare (UHC) plan? Here's the guide. [groups] => ) ) [Weight Loss Program] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Need to lose weight? Earn Take Action incentives by participating in weight-loss programs. You can earn up to 200 points ($200) in incentives by participating twice. To qualify, the program must feature:
        • Promotion of healthy weight loss (one to two pounds per week)
        • Nutrition and physical activity guidelines
        • In-person weight tracking and coaching or group support
        • Weekly attendance (or at least 12 times during a four-month period)
        This includes programs such as Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig®, Choose to Lose (offered in Mequon/Milwaukee), programs offered through fitness centers or health clubs, and programs guided by a registered dietician or certified weight-loss specialist. You can also enroll in the Real Appeal program if you participate in a UnitedHealthcare medical plan. How to track: For all programs except Real Appeal, once you complete 12 weeks, go to rastaywell.com, click Weight Loss Program #1 (or Weight Loss Program #2 if you’re completing a second program) and then click Self Report Now. That’s it! If you choose Real Appeal, they’ll report your participation directly to StayWell, so no action is needed from you. Goal: Complete at least one 12-week weight loss program during 2019. You can then use a further 12-week program or any other Take Action activity as your second qualifying activity. Timing: Attend 12 of the program’s weekly meetings within a consecutive four-month period. Your program must be completed—or both programs if you go for the second—by Dec. 31, 2020. [groups] => ) ) [UnitedHealthcare (UHC) User Guide] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Download the UnitedHealthcare (UHC) User Guide to learn how to make the most of your UHC medical and vision benefits. [groups] => ) ) [The 1095-c Tax Form] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => If you registered for electronic delivery of your Medical Tax form 1095-C, you can find the link to your form on the home page of Your Benefits Resources. Log into Employee Connect, then select Your Benefits and Your Benefits Resources. From the home page, click on the button that says Access Medical Tax Form. If you registered, you received an email Jan. 22 telling you your form is ready. If you didn’t register for electronic delivery, your form will be sent by U.S. Mail. If you don’t receive it, or would prefer an electronic version, you can request an electronic copy after Feb. 8 by clicking on the link on the Your Benefits Resources home page. [groups] => ) ) [Vision Provider Nomination and 30 Mile Policy] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => The Rockwell Automation Vision Plan network is extensive, but in the event that you do not have a network vision provider nearby, UnitedHealthcare still has you covered with the 30 Mile Policy and provider nominations. The UHC Vision 30 Mile Policy allows you to pay in-network rates at an out-of-network provider for a routine eye exam or for glasses or contact lenses, if there is no in-network provider within 30 miles of your home. With the Provider Nomination form, you can recommend a local eye care provider to be added to the UHC network. [groups] => ) ) [Provider Network] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Find the Tier 1 Provider you need by searching the Choice Plus network. Look for the Tier 1 icon next to a provider’s name. [groups] => ) ) [Vision Network] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Learn more about your vision network here. [groups] => ) ) [Your 2020 Benefits] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You made your 2020 elections during Annual Enrollment towards the end of last year. The information below is available for anytime you need the fine print on your benefits.

        Medical Options

        Both options are administered by UnitedHealthcare (UHC), cover the same services, include a health account that comes with a company contribution and include Prescription drug coverage provided by CVS/caremark.

        Dental Options

        Both dental options are administered by MetLife, cover preventive care at 100% and pay benefits for basic services. However, the Comprehensive option covers more dental services than the Basic option.

        Vision Options

        You can choose our new vision plan, which is administered by UnitedHealthcare and provides coverage for eye exams, eyeglasses and contacts. Or you can access vision care at discount prices with the MetLife VisionAccess Discount Program, which is available at no cost to you.

        Flexible Spending Account Options

        Our Flexible Spending Accounts help you pay eligible health care and/or dependent care expenses with tax-free dollars.

        Life and Disability Insurance

        As added financial protection, you can buy Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance and/or Supplemental Life Insurance for yourself, your spouse/domestic partner and your children. You can also choose Long-Term Disability (LTD) to replace part of your pay for an extended period of time if you are disabled more than 180 days.

        And More!

        Don’t forget you can choose the MetLife Group Legal Coverage—offered through MetLife Legal Plans—during Annual Enrollment, too. [groups] => ) ) [Tier 1 Providers and Freestanding Facilities] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] =>
        The Tier 1 Designation Program Offers the Best Combination of Cost and Quality
          UHC Tier 1 doctors:
        • Have better clinical results
        • Follow evidence-based guidelines for care
        • Are more likely to be aware of the latest research and clinical trials
        • May have lower surgical revision rates
        UHC designates Tier 1 providers for 16 Premium specialties and 47 sub-specialties, and re-evaluates them on an annual basis. These providers are determined by using actual claims data to identify doctors who demonstrate greater quality of care and cost efficiency. UHC assesses quality first, then cost. The quality standards are based on evidence-based medicine and guidelines from organizations such as the American College of Cardiology, Ambulatory Care, Quality Alliance and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (a division of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services).The cost efficiency standards are based on local market benchmarks for the efficient use of resources in providing care. Look for the Tier 1 designation whenever you need a new provider. The availability of Tier 1 providers varies by location. UHC assigns the designation only where there is enough claims data to determine quality and cost efficiency. A Tier 1 provider may not be available for the specialty you need.

        Primary Care Specialties

        Other Specialties

        Family Medicine
        • Preventive Medicine
        • Family Practice
        • General Practice
        Internal Medicine
        • Internal Medicine
        Obstetrics & Gynecology
        • Gynecology
        • Obstetrics
        • Obstetrics & Gynecology
        Pediatrics
        • Pediatrics
        • Pediatric Adolescent
        • Adolescent Medicine
        Allergy
        • Allergy
        • Allergy & Immunology
        Cardiology
        • Cardiology
        • Cardiovascular Disease
        • Cardiac Diagnostic
        • Interventional Cardiology
        • Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
        ENT
        • Otolaryngology
        • Otology
        • Pediatric Otolaryngology
        • Surgery Head and Neck
        • Laryngology
        • Rhinology
        Endocrinology
        • Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism
        • Diabetes
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        Freestanding Facilities Save You Money
        In health care, higher cost doesn’t always mean higher quality. When your doctor prescribes lab tests, X-rays, MRIs, CT Scans or minor outpatient procedures, receive services at a Freestanding Facility instead of a hospital or doctor’s office for the lowest cost. A Freestanding Facility is an outpatient, diagnostic or ambulatory center or independent laboratory in the Choice Plus network that performs services and submits claims as a freestanding entity and not as a hospital. This can save you hundreds (and sometimes even thousands!) of dollars, without sacrificing quality. [groups] => ) ) [Using Tier 1 Providers and Freestanding Facilities] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => Using Tier 1 providers and Freestanding Facilities is optional. The Tier 1 designation helps you find providers known for offering the best combination of quality and cost. (The availability of Tier 1 providers varies by location.) Freestanding Facilities are outpatient, diagnostic or ambulatory centers, or independent laboratories in the Choice Plus network that perform services and submit claims as freestanding entities and not as hospitals. [groups] => ) ) [You + One Definition] => Array ( [] => Array ( [content] => You + One means You + Spouse/Domestic Partner or You + Children

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        If you enroll in an individual medical policy through Via Benefits when you first become eligible, you may qualify for transitional financial support provided by Rockwell Automation. For eligible post-65 retirees, Rockwell Automation will put money into a Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) for each year through 2019 as long as you are enrolled in a supplemental Medicare plan through Via Benefits. For more information, download your no-hassle retirement guide or the Via Benefits FAQ.

        NOTE: If you do not elect a supplemental Medicare plan through Via Benefits when you first become eligible, or if you later drop this coverage, you will not be eligible for the post-65 transitional financial support from Rockwell Automation.

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