Vision

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Overview and Eligibility

To help you keep your life in focus, you may elect to enroll in the vision plan through VSP. There is no deduction taken from your weekly paycheck - the Company pays for the cost of your coverage. This coverage is in effect from August 1, 2019 through July 31, 2020.

VSP Vision Plan provides coverage for services including eye exams, glasses or contact lenses every 12 months, and frames every 24 months. You pay a flat copay for in-network services; there is no deductible to meet. You can see any provider you wish, but you will have lower out-of-pocket costs when you use a VSP network provider.

Choose from three coverage levels: Employee only, Employee + 1, or Family

Who’s eligible?
Telepictures, WAG, Warner Horizon, and TV Affiliates employees who meet the eligibility criteria may enroll themselves, their spouse or domestic partner, and their dependent child(ren) up to age 26 in Company-paid vision coverage. For eligibility details, refer to the Summary Plan Description and List of Participating Employers. Note: You will need to provide a copy of your marriage certificate in order to enroll your spouse, birth certificates to enroll your children and the Domestic Partner Affidavit to enroll your domestic partner.

How to enroll

  • As a new hire: Take these steps to enroll within 30 days of your eligibility date.

  • During Open Enrollment: Complete and submit the Open Enrollment Form available on this website during the enrollment window each year. Outside of annual Open Enrollment, you can only make changes to your benefits if you experience a qualified life event such as a birth, marriage, divorce, loss of other coverage, etc.

Plan Details and Discounts
Read the vision plan brochure to see how services are covered and learn about savings on glasses, sunglasses, laser vision correction, and more.

More about the VSP vision plan

 As required each year under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended (ERISA), TTT West Coast, Inc. files financial information on its benefit plans with the Internal Revenue Service. ERISA also requires that a summary of this information be distributed to employees. Click here for information on the health and welfare benefit plans in effect from August 1, 2017 through July 31, 2018. The format of the Summary Annual Report is prescribed by Department of Labor regulations. Please note that these plans may not be applicable to you or your production.