Yes. All health plans are required to provide plan details in a simple, plain-English format called Summaries of Benefits and Coverage that makes it easier to compare coverage from different plans. You will be able to use the information we give you during Open Enrollment each year to compare XPO plan features and rates with plans offered on your state’s marketplace.
This site is meant for XPO, Inc., employees and their families. By using the site, you are verifying that you are an XPO employee or the spouse or dependent of an XPO employee.
For those employees represented by a union, all the items, statements, terms and conditions referred to in this website are subject to collective bargaining and will be negotiated with your union. To the extent that different terms and conditions are agreed upon and included in a collective bargaining agreement, those terms supersede the terms contained in this website and will govern your terms of employment. If any of the items, statements, terms and conditions referred to in this website conflict with applicable law, such applicable law shall supersede and shall govern.
The company reserves the right to revise or delete this program, the plans or any benefits described here. If there is any discrepancy between the information included here and the official Plan Documents or contracts, the official document or contracts will decide plan provisions and how benefits are paid. The program, plans and benefit provision do not create a contract of employment, expressed or implied. Notwithstanding any provision on this website, employment is at-will employment, unless a written agreement states otherwise.