4 tips to a successful benefits technology implementation for HR
If you choose the right tech vendor, clearly set your goals and priorities, prepare appropriately for your implementation, and communicate effectively to employees, then your enrollment should go more smoothly.
By Amy Christofis|June 26, 2017 at 04:00 AM
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You’ve been in HR since before you can remember and you’ve just gotten the order that the company will be “going green” for the next open enrollment. Yes, you’ll save on paper cuts and the time it takes to hunt down everyone’s forms and applications, but an online enrollment?
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