man standing above maze A lack of proper and timely communication around benefits enrollment could have serious financial and emotional implications for employees. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The Great Resignation has been quite the challenge for organizations across industries. While it has inspired workers to seek more flexibility and options to reimagine their work life, it has placed employers under immense pressure to rethink how they attract and retain talent.

Naturally, one way they’re attempting to do this is by offering employees competitive benefits. But in an environment where the current labor market’s needs and expectations are constantly evolving, it has become more difficult than ever for organizations to create a package that meets their unique requirements. Moreover, the remote work environment has made it more challenging to effectively communicate with existing employees and keep up to date about their benefits options.

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