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Transition Out of BSW

Wherever your next steps take you, we wish you the best! Before you go, here are a few things you need to know and do.

  • The Basics

    When you know your last day of work, notify your manager and ensure your contact information (phone number, email and address) is current in PeoplePlace. You’ll have the opportunity to give feedback about your experience at BSW in an exit interview survey.

    If you’re thinking about retiring, check out the Plan to Retire page for information about next steps.

What To Do

Follow these steps for a smooth transition:


Let your manager know

Provide your manager written notice of your resignation at least two weeks before your last day. If you’re a manager or above, you’re expected to give at least four weeks’ notice. Be sure to indicate the reason for your departure and last day of work.

Transition your work

Work with your team members and manager to ensure a smooth transition of your work. Keep in mind that your BSW email and network access will end on your last day of work.

Update your contact information

Be sure to update your contact information in PeoplePlace > About Me so you receive information on benefits continuation opportunities as well as your W-2.

If you have additional questions, submit a ticket to PeoplePlace (log in required). 

Empty out your workspace 

Remove any personal possessions from your workspace. If you have a workspace at home, you will need to return any sensitive information to BSW. Remove any work-related virtual files on your personal computer or other personal devices.

Return company materials

On your last day, return your ID badge and other company-provided materials—such as your keys, cell phone and computer—to your manager.

Complete your exit interview survey

You will be sent an invitation to complete an exit interview survey to your personal email address after your last day. 

Review benefits end-dates and continuation option

You may have the option to continue healthcare coverage when you leave BSW. Take a look at the resources below to learn more.


Monthly COBRA Rates

If eligible, you will receive a COBRA notice two to three weeks following the last day of your employment. You will have 60 days from the date of the notice to elect COBRA.

View 2024 COBRA rates

Benefits Continuation Information

View details around the continuation and/or timing of various benefits. Note: Applies to eligible general staff, APP's, directors and CRNA's.

View benefits continuation information

Benefits Coverage and Premium End Dates

View details on when your benefit plans will terminate and when your final premiums will be deducted, based on your last day of employment.

View 2024 benefits coverage and premium end dates

Employment Verification

For employment verification for commercial entities such as a mortgage loan, auto finance, credit card, job offer, apartment lease, etc., employers can visit or calll 1.800.367.5690.

For employment verification for Social Services entities such as Medicaid, SNAP, TANF, subsidized housing, etc., employers can visit or call 1.800.660.3399.

Visit The Work Number

Call The Work Number

Call Social Services

If there is a discrepancy with information received from The Work Number, a verification form can be faxed to PeoplePlace at​ 254.899.3770 to be completed. PeoplePlace will then review and complete the form within 72 hours. The employer/employee would then need to contact PeoplePlace at 844.417.5223 to notify Baylor Scott & White that the information is incorrect so that the issue can be fully investigated.


Your EnCore points do not expire and are available to redeem after your last day. For assistance redeeming points, call Workhuman Customer Service at 1.844.732.5501 or .1.844.732.5505. 

Call Workhuman

Helpful Resources
Looking for emotional support?

The Employee Assistance Program provides resources to assist you and your family.

Connect Now

Questions about COBRA?

Call Optum Bank.

Call 855.409.7029

Planning to retire?

Explore more details on our page.

Retirement resources

This site summarizes the programs and benefits available to employees and their eligible dependents. Official plan documents, policies and certificates of insurance that contain the details, conditions, maximum benefit levels and restrictions on benefits govern our benefits program and are available on this site. In case of a conflict between this site and the official documents, the official documents prevail. The information on this site isn't a guarantee of benefits. Baylor Scott & White reserves the right to modify or terminate its employee benefit plans and programs at any time for any reason.

Click here if you have feedback on the website or need to report an issue. All other questions and issues, please contact the corresponding resource on the Need Help page.

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