Getting employees to make decisions about benefits can be challenging. This includes selecting beneficiaries. Learn how the State of Rhode Island’s Office of Employee Benefits simplified a complicated process, making it easier for employees to take action.
There’s a lot for HR and benefits professionals to concentrate on in 2023: an ongoing war for talent, economic headwinds, delivering on DEI goals, navigating return-to-office policies, and, of course, helping people appreciate their benefits and total rewards. So, with all these significant challenges, how can you best focus your limited time and resources to support your people in the year ahead? Here are six key areas to prioritize.
Many employers and plan sponsors think of their websites as one-time, big-ticket investments that take care of themselves, but, like all technology, there comes a point where a site must evolve to stay relevant. So how do you know if it’s time to update yours?
As 2022 comes to a close, we want to thank you for once again being part of our community. We’re thankful to do work we love, that has an impact on so many people’s lives. And we’re honored to share our expertise with you. Wishing you happy holidays and a new year filled with hope and harmony.
Deferred preventive care is a reality that has only become more prominent as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, more than ever, it’s mission critical to create thoughtful strategies built around supporting our employees and helping them put their health first. See how one organization did just that.
Consider this: Every day 10,000 Americans turn 65. And by 2030, all baby boomers—over 20% of the U.S. population—will be eligible to retire or will be retired. That’s a whole lot of people who will be making decisions about what to do with their retirement savings! Fortunately, there’s a new resource to help you communicate with participants about turning their hard-earned DC savings into retirement income.
Disruption has hit us all over the past couple of years. While a lot of things are back to normal, some employees are still struggling with major obstacles in the form of reliable care for children and aging parents. As an employer, you may offer family and caregiving benefits that are amazing. But the very people these benefits and resources are designed to help are too busy juggling to take notice. So how do you reach them and communicate your company’s willingness to provide support? Here are 5 things you need to know.
Iconic marketers create memorable campaigns that elevate awareness and demand for their brands, by inspiring and motivating consumers and by creating messages that are relevant and address consumer needs. And you can do the same thing. Here’s how.