40% of U.S. workers say inflation will force them to cut back on benefits during open enrollment.
Let employees know you value them by keeping them informed about their benefits plan options, their personalized nature and how best to use them.
A new report offers up best practices for employers and their benefits partners to start crafting this year's engagement strategies.
Think about a range of options – Zoom webinars, postcards to employees' homes and text messages to their cell phones – to meet your people where they are.
"Inflation, an uncertain economy and the ongoing churn from the Great Resignation have placed benefits offerings squarely at the forefront of talent attraction and retention strategies," says David Reid, CEO, and co-founder of Ease.
Experts share practical advice on how to improve the enrollment process despite an uncertain future.
Carriers plan to make changes to their 2021 enrollment and/or communication methods, but there is no clear consensus.
Brokers agree: The pandemic forced the industry to reexamine how employee benefits are offered.
Asking for assistance from retirement plan providers can be crucial to supporting employees and their financial needs.
Because workplaces will have more employees working remotely, companies need to develop solutions for virtual education and enrollment.
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