Employers must submit an Employer Agreement to the Board of Pensions to initially register for and access Benefits Connect. Once the Board receives your agreement, your Employer Profile will be set up and you will be able to register for and access Benefits Connect.
Each employer can have one designated employer representative who can access Benefits Connect. The employer representative is responsible for administering benefits for all employees.
As your organization’s employer representative, Benefits Connect offers you convenient, secure access to
To learn more about these features, log in to Benefits Connect. Use the main menu navigation buttons (such as Manage Employees) to access topic-specific resource links. You can also select Resources & Support from the main menu and enter text in the search box (for example: terminate employment) to find additional information.
*Employers must enroll members for benefits, report terminations, and submit changes to employee service, work hours, position title, and salary through Benefits Connect within 60 days of the effective date.
If you are new to Benefits Connect, here’s how to register:
Benefits Connect is protected by multiple firewalls and uses 128-bit encryption (HTTPS) to protect your information as it is sent across the internet. This technology protocol is often used to protect payments and other sensitive transactions in corporate information systems. The Board of Pensions also uses multifactor authentication to strengthen the log in process and protect user data.
If you have questions about accessing and/or using Benefits Connect, call the Board of Pensions at 800-773-7752 (800-PRESPLAN).