Earlier this year, we were honored to complete a pro bono project for the San Francisco Marin Food Bank. The communication strategy we developed for the Food Bank included ideas that will help organizations of any size improve their communications.
Ask and you shall receive—finally! With larger communication budgets in hand, the big question for benefits leaders is where to spend that money for maximum impact. Here’s what to do when you hear “yes” to your request for more communications budget.
Consumer data insights and predictive analytics can create a more personalized and meaningful benefits experience for employees when they’re used correctly—but only if employees are confident their privacy isn’t at risk.
Looking for additional ways to communicate with your employees? Before you roll out video, a blog, text messaging, or any other new communication channel, plan for how it will fit into your overall communication strategy.
When the name of the game is employee engagement, it’s time to stop thinking about your benefits as programs and start thinking of them as products—and design them accordingly. Design thinking can help you create programs that attract and retain employees—and delight them along the way, too.
As many employers are starting to recognize, managing stress is an important part of leading a healthy life and key to being a productive employee. Intuit is facing this challenge head-on by expanding its new Well Minds program.
If you’re having a hard time getting employees to take notice of their benefits and engage with the programs you provide, you’re not alone. It’s a story we hear a lot from our new clients. In fact, it’s often the No.1 problem we’re asked to solve.
With an improving labor market and increasingly diverse workforce, organizations are pulling out all the stops, looking for ways to attract, retain, and engage their employees. And they’ve realized that engagement starts—and ends— with employee benefits. We’ve outlined why benefits are an important part of the employee engagement equation, and some of the ways your benefits program can help improve engagement at your company.