Employees can get frustrated with multiple benefits offerings during open enrollment. That’s why employers must focus on communication solutions that work for their employees.
Focus on Employee Communications
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Communication comes in many different intonations and actions, both in everyday life and at work.
Changing deeply ingrained behaviors requires persistent nudging and smart design. It takes effort, but by leveraging the following best practices, employers can successfully drive enrollment into high-value health plans.
Comedian and author Frank Ford believes communications can improve with those two simple words.
Technology is moving, millennial needs are moving, and internal communications tries to keep pace.
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Effective rewards communication–ones that are personally significant to the recipient–will not only motivate employees in the short term, but also may help engage them for the long haul.
The purpose of such a policy should be to facilitate better communication, paving the way for better business.