3 HR engagement strategies for open enrollment
This year’s open enrollment season will look a bit different than previous years. A majority of employed Americans are now working from home and even more workers are concerned for the possibility of pandemic-driven health and financial stress. Now more than ever, a well-rounded benefits offering communicates to employees that their employer is invested in not only their overall health, but their future.
Benefits contribute to attracting and retaining talent — 58% of employees would rather negotiate for a stronger benefits package than a higher salary. Benefits also improve the company’s bottom line because healthier employees mean reduced healthcare costs and give employees peace of mind so they can spend more time bringing their best selves to work every day.
As we approach the uncharted 2020 open enrollment season, here are three tips to help HR teams reach and engage more with employees.