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Preparing Your Company for Open Enrollment

Get tips on how your company can prepare for Open Enrollment from Chris Costello of CBG Benefits in this article from the Monster.com MonsterThinking blog.Regardless of how small or large your company may be, Open Enrollment can be one of the most stressful times that a Human Resources department goes through each year.

However, many important goals can be achieved during the open enrollment period, as HR has a tremendous opportunity to communicate with and educate a great majority of their employees at that time.

But with so many moving parts — including benefit plan education, carrier representation, employee meetings, compliance and regulation changes, technology utilization, and more — how can companies successfully achieve their goals during this important time period?

I recently had the opportunity to help answer that question.

In a new post on the MonsterThinking blog (via Monster.com), Catherine Conlan published helpful tips in the article “What you should be doing now to prepare for open enrollment.” I had the chance to contribute insight and best practices on a number of key steps that employers can take today. This includes:

  • Conducting employee surveys
  • Utilizing online technology
  • Developing a multi-channel communication strategy (including mobile)
  • Analyze utilization data

To read the full article on Open Enrollment preparation, please click here >>

 

Looking for Additional Help?

I hope that you find the tips in that article helpful.

Of course, we recognize that many HR departments are faced with the daunting task of trying to accomplish a tremendous amount of tasks with minimal resources. That is why we pride ourselves on being an extension of our clients’ HR departments.

We can help you to accomplish the many items on your to-do list regarding open enrollment and other key HR-related items.

To learn how we can help your organization, please contact us at 877-332-6387 or leave a message via our contact form.

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