Your employees can only change their health insurance once a year during the open enrollment period, unless they have a qualifying life event, according to The Balance. With this in mind, it’s important that they get it right when they make changes. What can you do to help your employees make the right decisions? Here are five tasks to consider:
1. Have an Insurance Broker Present Options
The person who convinced you this is the best policy for your company is often the right person to explain the new plans. The insurance broker has answers on the tip of their tongue that you’d normally have to research. This can be a great kick-off for open enrollment.
To keep reading, click here: 5 Ways to Approach Open Enrollment Correctly