Benefits ambassadors—employees who promote the programs you offer—can be powerful parts of your benefits communication plan. When you’re trying to explain a complicated health platform, get people jazzed about a new benefit, or increase participation, your own people are often the best way to get your message across.
When the greatest barrier to benefit engagement has nothing to do with your communications, it’s time for a reset. The best tips and techniques for successful benefits communication won’t make a difference if you’re still holding on to these 7 common misconceptions.
As we move into 2020, there are some really exciting topics that are top of mind and are driving our work with large organizations. Here are just a few of the things I’m most energized about and spending the most time working through.
When you roll out a new program or campaign and you’re underwhelmed by the response to it, don’t assume there’s a problem with program. Instead, there may be a few common barriers preventing your people from taking action. Luckily, we know how to get around them!