3 ways to increase participation in a wellness program

Incentives, such as gift cards and discounted medical plan contributions, get employees to complete health assessments and screenings. But, that’s only the first step in a wellness program. To create a healthier workforce, employees must take the next steps, which includes using the wellness report effectively and applying the resources in their health plan and wellness program for healthier living. This … Read More

Don’t miss this benefits opportunity with new hires

This is true story. Only the name is changed to protect the innocent. After he was hired, Bob went through an orientation meeting with someone from HR. He met his boss and coworkers and began applying his skills to his job. It was a nervous time for him as he knew first impressions are critical to the perception that his … Read More

Using interactive videos as a one-stop-spot for benefits communication

Over 80 percent of people go online with a computer, smart phone or tablet for personal information and learning. Such online, on-demand and just-in-time access to information is how people learn today. When you centralize your benefits communication online, you make it easier for employees and spouses to access it. This is important not only during annual enrollment, but year … Read More

Five ways to connect employees to your benefits communication

To place their benefits communications online, some employers post PDFs of the materials they used to mail to employees, such as annual enrollment kits. Others are using interactive videos to help employees choose and use their benefits and wellness resources online. One key to success with an online benefits communication strategy is motivating employees to click the link for benefits … Read More

How interactive videos can boost communication

When trying to educate your employees on their health care benefits, there are a number of different options available. The most important thing as an employer is to make sure that workers know what they can afford and what plans will best work for them and their families. So how can you effectively communicate what can often be dry information? One … Read More