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Welcome to NetApp!

This is your one-stop destination to find must-have benefits information. There’s no better place for you to learn how to make the most of our benefit plans and programs. We encourage you and your family to take some time exploring the site to learn more about your benefits.

How to Enroll

  • Review this website to learn about your benefits options and savings opportunities and take advantage of NetApp’s tools and resources to help you decide which plans are best for your and your family.
  • Log in to mybenefits.netapp.com to make your benefit choices. Important: You have 31 days from your hire date to enroll. Your benefit choices will stay in effect for a full calendar year (January 1–December 31). For most benefits, you can only make changes during the year if you have a Qualified Life Event (for example, you get married or have a child).
  • Open enrollment for 2018 is November 1–15, 2017.

New to the Workforce?

When you’re just starting out, all of your benefits decisions may feel overwhelming. Use these NetApp tools to help you decide which plans best fit your life.

Where Do I Start?

  • View NetApp’s Video Gallery. Start with the Benefits Overview video—it gives you a quick overview of your coverage options, tells you where to find more resources and how to enroll in coverage.
  • Take a crash course in health care lingo. This easy-to-read guide [PDF] helps you get familiar with common health care terms—with language that real people understand! This will come in handy when you’re reviewing your health plan options.
  • Start saving now! Retirement might seem far off, but setting good saving habits now will help you build the life that you’re dreaming of. NetApp wants to help you build your financial future by giving you free money!
    • If you enroll in the Health Savings Plan, NetApp will make a lump-sum contribution to your health savings account (HSA)*—$800 for individual coverage ($1,600 if you cover dependents). If you join the company after June 30, NetApp will contribute $400 for individual coverage ($800 if you cover dependents). NetApp's contribution will be deposited after you enroll and accept the HSA terms and conditions. Be sure to accept the terms and conditions to avoid a delay in opening your account.
    • To help you even further toward your savings goals, NetApp also will match a portion of your contributions when you save through the 401(k) plan. NetApp matches 100% of the first 2% of pay, then 50% of the next 4% of pay that you contribute (subject to a maximum of $6,000 per calendar year). Be sure to contribute at least 6% to your 401(k) to take full advantage of the NetApp match.
  • Own a piece of NetApp. Enroll in the Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP) and purchase NetApp shares at a discounted rate. It’s a great way boost your savings strategy!
  • Protect your loved ones. NetApp offers a supplemental life insurance benefit that allows you to purchase up to 8 times your pay, up to $4 million. You have one opportunity as a new hire to purchase supplemental life insurance of up to 3 times your pay with no questions asked. Otherwise, you may elect to purchase coverage during our annual open enrollment period, but you’ll be required to provide a statement of health and your coverage could be denied.
  • Have questions? Representatives at the NetApp Benefits Service Center are available Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (EST), to answer any of your benefits questions. Reach them at 1 888 7HRBENS (1 888 747 2367).
  • Enroll in your benefits. Log in to mybenefits.netapp.com and make your benefits choices within 31 days of your hire date.

* Important note about eligibility: Under IRS rules, anyone who is Medicare-eligible (age 65 or older) cannot contribute to an HSA, and NetApp cannot contribute on your behalf.

Enrolled in Benefits Before?

If you’ve been through the benefits enrollment process before, you’re already a few steps ahead. Here are a few important steps you should complete within your first 31 days of hire:

  • View NetApp’s Video Gallery. Start with the Benefits Overview video—it gives you a quick overview of your coverage options, tells you where to find more resources and how to enroll in coverage.
  • Keep saving! It’s never too early—or too late—to save! Plus, NetApp wants to help you build your future by giving you free money!
    • If you enroll in the Health Savings Plan, NetApp will make a lump-sum contribution to your health savings account (HSA)*—$800 for individual coverage ($1,600 if you cover dependents). If you join the company after June 30, NetApp will contribute $400 for individual coverage ($800 if you cover dependents). NetApp's contribution will be deposited after you enroll and accept the HSA terms and conditions. Be sure to accept the terms and conditions to avoid a delay in opening your account.
    • If you and/or your spouse or domestic partner already have an HSA this year, be sure to factor in NetApp’s contribution and your personal contributions. You want to avoid going over the IRS annual contribution limits ($3,400 for individual/$6,750 if you cover dependents for 2017; and $3,450 for individual/$6,900 if you cover dependents for 2018)—and the 6% tax penalty that goes with it.
    • To push you even further toward your savings goals, NetApp also will match a portion of your contributions when you save through the 401(k) plan! NetApp matches 100% of the first 2% of pay, then 50% of the next 4% of pay that you contribute (subject to a maximum of $6,000 per calendar year).
    • If you’ve already contributed to another company’s 401(k) this year, complete and submit the Previous 401(k) Contribution Form [PDF] to Fidelity to make sure you don’t go over the IRS annual contribution limit ($18,000).
  • Own a piece of NetApp. Enroll in the Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP) and purchase NetApp shares at a discounted rate. It’s a great way boost your savings strategy!
  • Protect your loved ones. NetApp offers a supplemental life insurance benefit that allows you to purchase up to 8 times your pay, up to $4 million. You have one opportunity as a new hire to purchase supplemental life insurance of up to 3 times your pay with no questions asked. Otherwise, you may elect to purchase coverage during our annual open enrollment period, but you’ll be required to provide a statement of health and your coverage could be denied.
  • Have questions? Representatives at the NetApp Benefits Service Center are available Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (EST), to answer any of your benefits questions. Reach them at 1 888 7HRBENS (1 888 747 2367).
  • Enroll in your benefits. Log in to mybenefits.netapp.com and make your benefits choices within 31 days of your hire date.

* Important note about eligibility: Under IRS rules, anyone who is Medicare-eligible (age 65 or older) cannot contribute to an HSA, and NetApp cannot contribute on your behalf.

  • Log in to mybenefits.netapp.com to make your benefit choices. Important: You have 31 days from your hire date to enroll. Your benefit choices will stay in effect for a full calendar year (January 1–December 31). For most benefits, you can only make changes during the year if you have a Qualified Life Event (for example, you get married or have a child). 

Eligibility

You can enroll in NetApp benefits if you are a regular employee scheduled to work at least 24 hours a week. You can also cover:

  • Your spouse or domestic partner.
  • Your children and/or your domestic partner’s children** (up to age 26 for medical, dental and vision coverage).
  • Your unmarried children of any age, if they are mentally or physically incapable of self-support, as certified by your health plan.

Note: If you and your spouse both work at NetApp, you may each be enrolled individually, or one of you may cover the other as a dependent. Also, if you and your spouse are both covered by NetApp, only one of you may cover your children.

** Includes your biological children, adopted children and/or step-children who live with you and qualify as dependents on your federal tax return. It also includes other children if you have legal guardianship.

What Happens If You Do Not Enroll

If you don’t enroll in 2017 benefits on your own within 31 days, you’ll be automatically enrolled in the Health Savings Plan with individual coverage. You also won’t be able to participate in the flexible spending accounts (FSAs).