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Welcome to eBenefits

Welcome to eBenefits

eBenefits is the online Health Benefits Enrollment system, designed to provide you with a fast, convenient and secure enrollment experience.

You can use your computer, tablet, mobile device or smart phone to access eBenefits at any time during Open Enrollment between October 1-30, 2020. You can also access eBenefits using the same kiosks that you use for PeopleSoft time entry.

If you will not be making any changes to existing benefit elections for you or your dependents and do not wish to enroll or re-enroll in a Healthcare and/or Dependent Child Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA), there is no need to take further action.

To get started, go to the How to Login to eBenefits section below.

Please note that Internet Explorer is not supported by eBenefits. Use one of the following Internet browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Microsoft Edge. 

Who Can Use eBenefits?

  • City & County of San Francisco and Superior Court of San Francisco 
    All City and County of San Francisco and Superior Court of San Francisco employees can make their Open Enrollment benefit elections online with eBenefits. Go to the login instructions below to get started.
     
  • San Francisco Unified School District
    This year, we are excited to offer eBenefits to all San Francisco Unified School District employees! Visit the SFUSD section below for step-by-step instructions for registering your account and accessing eBenefits. eBenefits will be available to SFUSD employees imminently, so check back soon and click here to get started!
     
  • Retirees
    Select Retirees who previously created an account on the San Francisco Employee Portal can enroll online with eBenefits. If you were selected for eBenefits, you will receive Self-Service enrollment instructions in the mail along with your Open Enrollment materials. You can also visit the Retiree section below for step-by-step instructions.

San Francisco Unified School District

San Francisco Unified School District members can now enroll for Open Enrollment using eBenefits. In order to enroll online using eBenefits, you will need to create an account. Click below to get step-by-step instructions and access other resources to help you enroll quickly, easily and conveniently today! 

Retirees

Select Retirees can now enroll in Open Enrollment using eBenefits. If you received Self-Service Instructions in your Open Enrollment materials in the mail, click below to get started!

How to Login - City & County and Superior Court of San Francisco Employees

City & County of San Francisco and Superior Court of San Francisco employees can follow the steps below to login to eBenefits.

Step 1

Step 2

Click on the SF Employee Portal icon.

Step 3

Click on the Open Enrollment Link from the alerts tab on the SF Employee Portal page.

Step 4

Enter your elections and submit your choices by 5:00pm PST on October 30th . If you are adding new dependents, you will need to submit supporting documentation, which can be uploaded in eBenefits.

How to Login - Step by Step Instructions

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Enrollment Resources for City & County of San Francisco and Superior Court of San Francisco

Help is Available

Our offices are currently closed to the public.

If you have questions about benefits, plans, eligibility, or enrolling online, please call SFHSS at (628) 652-4700. Our telephone hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, from 9am to 12pm and 1pm to 5pm, and Thursday from 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 5pm.

If you are unable to log into the Employee Portal, please contact the City & County of San Francisco’s Department of Technology Help Desk at (628) 652-5000, between the hours of 7:30am-5pm, Monday to Friday. If your Open Enrollment link does not work, please contact SFHSS directly.

You will be asked to provide your DSW Number (this is a unique ID number assigned to you in our benefits system and not your SFUSD Employee ID number) and some additional information to validate your identity.

Posted On

Oct 16, 2020