by Dana Burnette
Most organizations don’t invest a lot of time or money in communicating
They’re wrong. Making sure employees have an up-front understanding of their benefits options pays off.
Studies show that employees who work for companies that do a good job of communicating about their benefits are more satisfied than those at organizations with poor communication efforts—even if the benefits themselves aren’t quite as good.
You don’t want talented employees defecting to your competitors for an extra couple of dollars an hour when you could easily keep them if they understood how valuable their benefits are.
Too many organizations are still plopping a benefits booklet in front of employees and telling them to figure it out. That just doesn’t work anymore.
Benefits have become too complex for them to figure them out on their own. They need your h...(register to read more)
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