You should never not be communicating with your employees about the benefits available to them. Whether you’ve finished open enrollment, you’re in it now, or you’re preparing for it to come, you should also make sure that you have a communication strategy in place to continuously remind your employees of their active benefits. Attention spans […]
Every year, open enrollment comes and goes, and it is a whirlwind to say the least. HR and Benefits teams have been working hard to identify, incorporate and offer the best options for their teams. Open enrollment is no easy feat to prepare for, but necessary none-the-less to provide the best options for your employees.
It’s almost that time of year again: open enrollment season. While healthcare and 401(k)s tend to take center stage during open enrollment, it’d be a huge miss if you didn’t incorporate and highlight other benefits your employees are silently begging you for. Financial wellness is one of those benefits. The ability to take care of
This shouldn’t come as a surprise, but it might for some, that just implementing a new benefit isn’t enough. If you want your organization to utilize the benefits you’ve worked so hard to procure, you must also provide consistent communication on these benefits. Depending on your organization’s structure, communication could look like: Email outreach Direct
Over the years, employee benefits have gotten more robust and more interesting for employees. Open enrollment happens every year for employees to choose which programs they want to participate in, like healthcare, dental and vision. These programs have a time constraint on when they can be implemented, but not all benefits fit within this time
Last year, HR departments had to overcome some of their biggest challenges yet. HR teams have had to: Learn how to deal with a new remote lifestyle Create and promote new policies Figure out how to track time and attendance Distinguish new communication methods The above challenges are just the tip of the iceberg. New
For brokers, ensuring the satisfaction of your clients is imperative to success, especially during open enrollment. Employers rely on your expertise to guide them and provide support through the complex world of benefits. This year especially, employers are seeking direction on how to navigate the transition to virtual open enrollment. While this offers
The effects from Covid-19 have begun to settle across the world, but the method by which we work has been remarkably altered. Widespread work-from-home orders have even extended through the end of the year or into 2021. Unfortunately, it has been difficult for many to adapt to this new world. In fact, a SHRM