You’ve emailed your employees 37 times and put a sign up in the break room, but they still seem to miss open enrollment deadlines. It could be that they don’t understand why it’s so important. The result is that employees can end up with a plan that isn’t the best for them and their families. In fact, many people do, according to The New York Times. How can you get your employees engaged in the process of choosing their health care benefits for the next year, and do so on time? Here are four ideas.
1. Listen to Employees During the Whole Year
If you include employees in the whole benefits decision process, they can see that you’re doing the best you can to provide them with quality benefits. Ask employees what is important to them and invite a few to be on the committee that evaluates plans for the coming year.
To keep reading, click here: 4 Ways to Keep Employees Engaged During Open Enrollment