As more people are getting vaccinated, organizations are making plans to get their people back to the workplace. But what will this look like, and how can organizations reimagine their work experiences for the better? Here’s what you need to know.
Social distancing and isolations have taken their tolls on employees. As organizations prepare to welcome their people back to the workplace, they shouldn’t expect that their social wellness will magically return to pre-pandemic levels. Here’s how you can help your people safely and successfully return to the workplace and reconnect with others.
People love to share their opinions, but orchestrating feedback can often feel too challenging, especially when it comes to focus groups. However, that’s exactly where we discover the richest insights, and now it’s easier than ever with online focus groups.
How you communicate about your benefits during the pandemic is crucial. The benefits, resources, and tools you offer to your people are only as valuable as your communications about them. Here are 5 ways to make sure your benefits communications reach, and resonate with, your people no matter where they are.
When telling your people about COVID-19 vaccines, your communications should include the most up-to-date research to encourage them to get vaccinated. Your communications should also address concerns regarding vaccination hesitancy that exists within the Black community. If you’re not aware of the concerns, your communications efforts may not hit the mark.
At this week’s HR Executive Health & Benefits Leadership Conference, Jen, along with Jessica Brooks, CEO of Pittsburgh Business Group on Health, and Andrea Trudelle, former global benefits leader for Box and NVIDIA, will have a candid conversation on how employers can address racial disparities in health care.
It’s been just over a year since the outbreak of COVID-19 and the beginning of a virtual workforce for many organizations. Companies were presented with a number of challenges during the pandemic and had to adapt quickly. These changes created a new routine for organizations and their workforce. Now, a year later, how different will the workplace look when organizations reopen their doors? And what can employees expect?
Segal Benz was proud to participate in and sponsor The Conference Board’s annual Communicating Employee Benefits & Compensation Conference. Jen, along with 3 of our clients, discussed what a challenging and rewarding year it’s been to work in benefits and HR. And they shared a lot about what they’ve learned as a result of the global pandemic and what they expect to see in communications going forward.
Everyone loves to be recognized for a job well done, and our clients are no different. That’s why we’re so excited to announce that RELX and Seagate each took a first place Eddy Award in the financial wellness category for the communication campaigns our team helped create.