Engagement

  1. Continued Engagement to Maximize Your Benefits

    Open enrollment shouldn’t be the only time you engage your employees. Continued engagement can maximize your wellness programs. Financial wellness programs can help reduce employee stress and keep them focused. Some employees spend between 3–5 hours per week worrying about their finances. You can save hundreds of dollars per year, per employee, with continued engagement….

  2. Creating Better Online Learning Platforms with Instructional Design

    Although online education is still relatively new, its impact can’t be ignored. Create better online education programs with instructional design. Nearly 25% of all students are in at least one online course. Millions of others are in certificate and workplace training programs. Online learning makes it easier to roll out programs with lower costs and…

  3. Why do so few employees understand their benefits?

    Nearly 40% of working professionals say they don’t fully understand their benefits. And only 14% said that they could explain the differences between co-pays, deductibles, and out-of-pocket maximums. Why do so few employees actually understand their benefits? Your Communications Are Confusing There’s a good chance that your benefits communications and plan documentation is hard to…

  4. Making Benefits Education More Engaging

    Employers go to great lengths to offer wellness benefits to their employees. But according to a recent survey, almost half of employees don’t understand their benefits material. Making benefits more engaging can help bridge that gap. As benefits get more sophisticated and personal, many employers are struggling to keep up. When employees use their benefits,…

  5. Why Effective Employee Benefits Communication Matters

    Benefit rollouts and maintenance take months of work. Effective communication with employees about their benefits can produce meaningful results. Unfortunately, many businesses fail to plan their communication strategies beyond rollout. No matter your company size, you can likely benefit from optimizing and revamping your communication strategies. Employee Needs Change Employees’ benefits needs change over time, no…

  6. How to Better Engage Your Employees in 2018

    To start 2018 on the right foot, we compiled some of our favorite blog posts and pieces of advice from last year to help you better engage your employees. Whether you’d like to get a better idea of how well your benefit programs are performing or increase retention rates, we’ve got you covered. See how…