Is 2017 shaping up to be a year of few or no benefits changes? Take advantage of this incredible opportunity to strengthen the value proposition of your benefits, and help employees get the most out of the programs you offer.
A recent project kickoff for a new client offered the perfect reminder of why—when you’re developing benefits communications—it’s so important not to think about “the average employee” of a workforce but, instead, about individual employees and their unique challenges.
Benefits communications require very intentional copywriting to capture the hearts and minds of employees. At Benz, we’ve put a lot of time and energy into determining how to craft the perfect message, every time. Whether you’re a member of an in-house benefits team, a vendor, or an administrator developing benefits materials for your clients, use this page from our playbook to craft communications that engage employees, and produce positive results.
We’re happy—pun intended—to see two of our clients honored on the CareerBliss 50 Happiest Companies in America for 2015. Congratulations to Intuit and Adobe. How do the happiest companies use employee benefits communication to add to company culture and employee happiness?
We are so grateful to work with incredible organizations that understand how investing in benefits communication improves their businesses. The results we create together are outstanding, yet most organizations continue to neglect communication and employee education. We wish everyone embraced these three truths about employee benefits communication.
Register today for our Benefits Communication Master Class, a series of six FREE one-hour webinar sessions. We’ll give you the secrets and strategies you need to help your employees better engage with, understand and use your benefit plans.
Good design drives good decisions. This is why it’s crucial for companies to focus on not only external branding and communications, but internal communications as well. Our Art Director Lauren Turetsky shares some design tips to make sure your internal communications are as successful as your external ones.