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QLE enrollment notification

When an employee’s qualifying life event (QLE) enrollment begins, send a notification to the Insurance admin.

How to track when employees’ QLE enrollment begins

With Rippling’s Workflow Automator, you can automatically trigger a notification to your Insurance admin when an employee’s qualifying life event (QLE) enrollment begins.

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Outside of open enrollment, employees can only make changes to their benefits if they’ve experienced a Qualifying Life Event (QLE), like marriage, divorce, or a new dependent, to name a few.

But since such events aren’t predictable or on a schedule, it’s important to let Insurance admins know, so they can take note of the changes or updates made.

With this Recipe, you can keep your Insurance admins informed without the added effort. When an employee begins their QLE enrollment, Rippling will automatically send a notification to the Insurance admin to let them know.

Want to add more context to your notification? As with all our workflow Recipes, you can customize this template to your exact needs, including when it should trigger, what the action should be, who it should go to, and more.

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Rippling brings all your benefits—health insurance, 401(k), commuter, and more—into one system and automates the busy work, like enrolling new hires, updating deductions, and administering COBRA. So you can make benefits enrollment and administration a breeze.

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