Make 2021 the year that employees engage in their health
Here are some ideas of how you can start on the right foot in 2021 when it comes to staying connected with employees.
By Debra Andrianopoulos|December 07, 2020 at 10:31 AM
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Open enrollment is a wrap. What normally is a huge undertaking was perhaps – like everything in 2020 – magnified this year as employers sought to adapt to COVID-19. Many became more nimble than ever, offering virtual benefits fairs for the first time and placing greater emphasis on the importance of preventive care and self-care. Trends included the introduction and/or greater promotion of programs such as digital mental health support, telemedicine, back-up childcare and tutoring/distance learning support, to name a few.
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There are five different approaches and consulting types when it comes to working with employers on benefits. Identify which type you fall into and learn fresh ideas from the other approaches in this guide.
It’s no secret that health benefits have struggled to keep up with workforce expectations during the Great Resignation. Remaining competitive means employers must streamline their health benefits, put employees first and deliver on brand values. Download this guide to help your clients gain an edge in 2022 with their health benefits.