Webinars — Aug 8, 2019
Creating an Employee-Centric Benefits Strategy
Wednesday, August 28, 2019 at 1:00pm CT / 2:00pm ET
Two-thirds of employees feel that making sense of their benefits is too complicated.* Why? Ineffective, inconsistent benefits education and the lack of a personalized enrollment experience are likely reasons. With open enrollment approaching, we’ve got a few tips to help you redefine your strategy, demystify enrollment and create an optimal experience for your workforce. * Aflac, 2018
Join communication and technology experts from bswift for an insightful virtual panel discussion on:
- Strategies for putting your employees at the center of their benefits experience through year-round engagement
- Understanding employees’ needs and goals to craft personalized benefits communications
- Tips for building your organization’s unique “benefits brand”
Hear from communication and technology experts at bswift:
Communication Leader –
Practice Leadership at bswift
Vice President of
Human-Centered Design and Development at bswift
Director, North America Benefits at Waters Technologies Corporation
5 Tips for a Successful and Low-stress Open Enrollment
Whether you’re about to kick off open enrollment or have a month to go, here are a few last-minute tips to help make this year’s enrollment season your best yet.
Let’s hear from you!
With open enrollment around the corner, we’re curious to hear about your benefits communication strategy. Please share your experience in this brief, 2 minute survey (plus, you’ll be entered into our raffle to win a pair of wireless headphones!) We look forward to receiving your responses!
365 Days of Benefits
We’ve got 3 quick tips for employers to help their workforce engage with their benefits year-round.
Traditionalists Through Gen Z: Benefits Administration and Your Multigenerational Workforce
Although there are varying opinions on the exact date ranges which define each generation, we can all probably agree that each one has their own unique priorities, values and communication style. So, as you may imagine, employee benefits should ideally be administered in a way that is accessible and helpful to everyone. But how can you actually make this happen?