Retiring from HPE

Tip: Start the process at least six months ahead

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Congratulations on your decision to retire. Keep in mind that you’re generally considered an HPE retiree only if you’re leaving at age 55 or older with 10 or more years of service (or age 55 or older with at least 70 age-plus-service “points” for equity grants). You may also be considered to be retiring if you leave HPE with combined age-plus-service "points" equal to 80 or more. The definition of retirement varies by program, and the applicable program provisions govern regardless of any alternative provisions or early retirement programs that may have been offered in the past.

Your current medical, dental, and vision coverage (for you and your dependents) ends at midnight on your termination date. However, you may be eligible to continue medical coverage under the HPE Retiree Medical Program. You can also elect to continue dental and vision coverage for up to 18 months under COBRA.

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After you create your action plan, get the facts you’ll need to make your decisions and maximize the value of your HPE benefits.

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  • MyHPERewards
    Manage your health, life, and Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) insurance benefits, and your Retirement Medical Savings Account (RMSA).

  • Manage your equity grants, view account information, model the value of your grants, and, if applicable, exercise your grants online.

  • View your 401(k) balance and other retirement benefits, change your investments, roll over your benefits to another employer’s plan or an individual retirement account (IRA), update your contact information, and manage Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP) shares.