for legacy Beyond6 U.S.-payroll employees

welcome to chevron pay and benefits

key dates to watch

  • January 1-31: Benefits enrollment period
  • January 12: Pay preferences deadline
  • Week of January 21: 401(k) blackout ends
  • January 22: First Chevron paycheck

contact the plans directly

For detailed coverage questions, provider searches, ID cards and more contact the benefit providers directly 

enroll here

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health & protection

For health, supplemental health, and protection benefits enrollment:

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pay, time, HR systems

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call HR service center

For health, pension and protection benefit enrollment, questions or get help with BenefitConnect:

  • 1-888-825-5247
  • Starting January 2
  • From the U.S.-payroll menu, option 3, then option 1
  • Monday - Friday (9a.m. - 8p.m. Eastern)
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The 401(k) blackout period is in progress while your Beyond6 401(k) plan balance is transferred to the Chevron ESIP. You’ll receive confirmation from Fidelity during the week of January 21 when the transition of your account is complete. No action required at this time.

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supplemental protection

To elect coverage for these additional, supplemental protection benefits, access these resources: 


transition guides

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health, protection, work & life


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pension & 401(k)

time away

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service & total rewards


education sessions

Office Hours
January 2 through January 12

Get help using or ask questions about Chevron HR topics, like time reporting, pay, Workday, the My HR portal and more. Representatives from Chevron HR and U.S. Benefits will be available during the first half of January to assist you as you navigate your new access to Chevron pay and time systems and complete your benefits enrollment. Connect via live virtual open office hours or post your question on the Teams chat


Recordings of the Introduction to Chevron Total Rewards series are now available:

plan ahead

Use the tabs above for quick access to key information, tipsheets and forms for the pay and benefits transition.

If you're enrolled in the Medical PPO Plan, HDHP, HDHP Basic, Dental PPO or the Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Plan, you have the choice to use any provider you want, in the network or out-of-network.

Shopping for a quality provider that is also in your plan's network, whenever possible, is one of the most effective ways to save you money directly by reducing your out-of-pocket costs. You will save money when you use a network provider because there are different deductible, out-of-pocket amounts and copayment or coinsurance amounts for covered services depending on if you see a network or an out-of-network provider.

You can research our provider network in advance of January 1. Go to our Find a Network Provider and follow the instructions to ensure you are researching the provider network for Chevron's plans. Note that all plans are displaying 2023 providers; 2024 providers will be included in searches on or after January 1, 2024.

prepare for dependent verification

If you enroll in Chevron health plans, you may also enroll your eligible dependents for coverage under the same medical, dental, vision and certain other health benefit plans. Eligible dependents include your spouse or domestic partner and eligible children. In addition, all new employees are required to verify the eligibility of any dependents you enroll in Chevron health plans.

When you enroll your dependent(s) in Chevron health coverage, you will have up to 60 days to obtain and submit requested documentation that verifies your dependents are eligible to participate in Chevron’s health benefits. If you don’t provide acceptable documentation by the deadline, your dependents will be disenrolled from coverage. This is a one-time process per dependent and applies to all health plans that require dependent verification.

You don’t need to provide your documents at the time of enrollment in January, but you’ll need to return to the BenefitConnect website prior to your 60-day deadline to upload your documents. The easiest way to get started is to login to BenefitConnect (starting in Janaury) and go to your system ALERTS screen (click on the bell icon in the upper right corner of the screen). Then locate the complete dependent verification alert. If you have questions, need help, or need to submit your documents by paper, contact the HR Service Center (starting January 1) for assistance and next steps. 

research network providers

Be sure to follow the instructions included on our Find a Network Provider page to ensure you are researching provider network for Chevron's plans. Note that all plans are displaying 2023 providers; 2024 providers will be included in searches on or after January 1, 2024.

transition tip sheets

snapshot: medical plan comparison

This one-page medical comparison provides the monthly premium, deductible and out-of-pocket amounts for 2024 for the Chevron medical plans that may be available to you.

monthly health premiums

Benefit summaries, including the Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBCs), provide summary information about your health plans, such as benefits, copayments, deductibles, and coinsurance. This is an easy way to get basic coverage information about your plan. If you still have more questions about specific coverage details, we strongly encourage you to contact the health plan directly to discuss your personal situation.

medical, prescription drugs, basic vision

Medical PPO Plan

High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP)

High Deductible Health Plan Basic (HDHP Basic)

Medical HMO Plans

  • Not available in your area.

health accounts

Flexible Spending Account (HCSA)

Health Savings Account (HSA)


behavioral health

Chevron Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder (MHSUD) Plan

vision plus program

supplemental health benefits and programs

Second Medical Opinion Service

  • You must be enrolled in a Chevron-sponsored medical plan to use this service.
  • Learn more about the second opinion service including the requirement for back, spine, hip and knee surgeries on or after April 1, 2024.

Group Critical Illness Insurance

Group Hospital Indemnity Insurance

wellness programs

Continuation of care (also referred to as transition care or orthodontia in progress) allows you to continue to receive care for certain conditions from providers who do not participate in your new plan’s network. You might need continuation of care if you are already in active treatment for certain ongoing conditions on January 1, 2024 and your provider is not in your new plan's network.


Anthem Continuation of Care
Chevron Medical PPO, HDHP or HDHP Basic

How to Prepare: Upcoming inpatient or outpatient care

How to prepare for upcoming inpatient or outpatient care. If you have scheduled inpatient or outpatient medical care (for example surgery or other hospitalization, laboratory or diagnostic imaging, chemo or radiation) currently scheduled in early 2024, you should also follow these additional instructions for transitioning your procedure from your current coverage to Anthem, if you enroll in the Chevron Medical PPO, HDHP or HDHP Basic.

prescription drugs

Continuation of care is not available for prescription drugs, but you should still plan ahead to ensure you continue to have timely access to your medication during the transition.


Dental PPO


behavioral health

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Plan (MHSUD Plan)

This communication provides only certain highlights about benefit provisions. It is not intended to be a complete explanation. If there are any discrepancies between this communication and the legal plan documents, the legal plan documents will prevail to the extent permitted by law. Oral statements about plan benefits are not binding on Chevron or the applicable plan. Chevron Corporation reserves all rights, for any reason and at any time, to amend, change or terminate these plans or to change or eliminate the company contribution toward the cost of such plans. Such amendments, changes, terminations or eliminations may be applicable without regard to whether someone previously terminated employment with Chevron or previously was subject to a grandfathering provision. Unless required by applicable law, there are no vested rights with respect to any Chevron health and welfare plan benefit or to any company contributions towards the cost of such health and welfare plan benefits. Some benefit plans and policies described in this document may be subject to collective bargaining and, therefore, may not apply to union-represented employees.