No one expects open enrollment to be fun, but why can’t it at least be an opportunity for employees to recognize the value of your company’s generous benefits offerings? Here are some of the most common reasons employees dislike OE, along with some quick tips to solve each problem:
AI might be the new kid on the block, but technological change isn’t new to folks in HR. But how will HR organizations fold AI into their processes? There are essentially three approaches HR teams can take toward the increased adoption of AI within their organization, embodied by the following archetypes:
Nearly half (49%) of workers don’t understand their benefits. The most powerful health insurance calculators (think of them as the enterprise-class) are decision-support tools, the best of which can help employees predict their needs and spending, compare plans, and make satisfying decisions in minutes.
Fourth-annual report analyzes 250 digital benefits-communication campaigns that touched nearly 775,000 employees with targeted OE messaging, educational videos and other trackable content.
How can you make an impact in your first year as HR manager, earning admiration from both the C-suite and the rank and file? Here are three unique pointers to help you get ahead:
No pressure, but your first OE cycle as an HR manager is kind of a big deal. But it’s also an opportunity to showcase your talents, prove to leadership that elevating you was the right choice, and gain the respect of employees.
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