Even if your organization hasn’t laid off any employees, yours are looking over their shoulders like everyone else’s, fearing that their jobs will be the next to go. It’s a wonder they can do any work at all.
The solution to distraction-induced low productivity? Communication—and lots of it.
Boosting your benefits communication during troubled times can help your organization retain good employees and ease their worries so they can focus on work. The key: Show employees the value of their benefits.
Consider four areas as you rev up your benefits :
1. Add up costs. Employees rarely recognize the value of their benefits. As they gripe about paying higher health care deductibles, it’s unlikely that they know how much the organization kicks in so they don’t have to pay even more. Strategies to try:
- Calculate the monetary worth of each benefit and share that info with employees. Include e...(register to read more)
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