Did you know it's scientifically proven that humor helps people retain information? (No, seriously!) The good news: you don’t have be a Jerry Seinfeld to use humor to enhance your benefits communications. The bad news: you do have to be careful, or you’ll go from cheers and belly laughs to boos and tomatoes. The even better good news: this free eBook will help you walk that fine line and make humor an effective part of your benefits communication.
Benefit managers know all too well how unhealthy a toxic workplace culture can be. Efforts to improve a bad one must have top leadership support, but be driven from the ground up, according to Richard Fagerlin, president of Peak Solutions.