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BLET picks Cornerstone to manage its Short Term Disability plan

INDEPENDENCE, Ohio, January 30 ó The BLET is pleased to announce that Cornerstone Benefits Management and their affiliates have been selected as the Third Party Administrator for the BLET Short-Term Disability (Part A and B) Benefit with MetLife, which was created pursuant to Article IV, Part A, Section 5 of the December 16, 2003 National Agreement.

To improve the overall effectiveness and member experience of the Plan, the BLETís Disability and Welfare Benefit Trust Fund entered into an agreement to administer the benefits with Cornerstone on December 15, 2017.

Open-enrollment dates for Part B of the Plan (on-the-job STD coverage) are currently being scheduled and will be announced shortly. Eligibility requirements will be described in more detail in the upcoming announcement for open-enrollment. For questions about BLETís MetLife Short-Term Disability coverage, please call Cornerstone at (224) 848-4941.

Tuesday, January 30, 2018
bentley@ble-t.org

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