Join the fourth session in our 2015 Benefits Communication Master Class, “Data drives decisions: Segmenting and targeting benefits communication,” to learn how to use data in combination with focus groups to better understand your employees’ needs so you can communicate with them in ways that resonate.
When it comes to communicating your benefits online, do you have questions about frequency, firewalls, followers and more? If so, you’re not alone. Join us March 5 for our second Master Class session, “Likes, tweets and clicks: The dos and don’ts of online benefits communication” for answers and proven solutions.
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.
For the last week, there has been uproar over AOL CEO Tim Armstrong’s remarks to employees regarding the timing and rationale for changing the company’s 401(k) match. Benefit changes can always be done in a way that respects the needs of employees and the company—but the way Armstrong communicated the move was a cautionary tale in what not to do. He violated these four key tenets that should guide all companies through benefits changes.