It’s not enough to simply stick with a benefits package and enrollment process that worked pre-pandemic.
By Leston Welsh|December 10, 2020 at 10:30 AM
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The pandemic and economic challenges of 2020 have brought unprecedented changes to the way companies operate and employees work. This evolution requires companies to transform their benefits as well in order to make sure that they’re continuing to meet the needs of workers.
The moves come as workers are paying more attention to benefits than they have in the past. Three-quarters of workers participating in open enrollment this year say they feel that access to benefits through their employer is more important than ever before, and the same percentage say the current environment has made them realize that benefits are a much more important part of a job.
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