Are Employers Getting Better at Benefits Communication?
According to a recently published survey, employers may be getting better at communicating about benefits during open enrollment. But as Jen points out, what she sees on social media suggests there’s room for improvement.
Loneliness is becoming a public health issue, and it’s one that employers have the opportunity to help reverse. Jen explains how building cultures of caring in the workplace can support people and help them feel less lonely.
Simple Open-Enrollment Tips That Can Make a Big Difference
Jen shares 3 HR practices that can undermine open enrollment and 3 best practices for doing enrollment the right way. Among the best practices is one featured in a recent Segal Benz blog post by Communications Consultant Amber Riley.
Rising Health Savings Spur Spending, Prompt Questions of Waste
Health care spending has increased among health savings account (HSA) holders with larger HSA balances, according to a recent study. Weighing in on why, Jen explains that as people get used to using their HSAs, their health care spending behavior can change over time.
With the pronounced increase in trust that employees have for their employers, Jen explains why this is an ideal time for organizations to take additional steps to foster this important driver for a successful workplace.
Tune in to this Redesigning Wellness podcast, as Jen describes the changes benefits and communications have seen in the past 5 years and what it takes in today’s environment to create communications that drive benefits engagement.
Segal Benz Honored with Industry Awards for Exceptional Communications Projects
Segal Benz, the Segal Group’s communication practice, has received several industry awards for outstanding client work. They include 2 Eddy Awards, 2 Hermes Creative Awards, and a Ragan Employee Communications Award.