Benefit pros’ secret weapon is that you have data that marketers would kill for—incredible information about employees’ benefit plan enrollment and participation, health and retirement account balances, income levels, family makeup, health status and on and on. Learn three ways use that data to personalize your benefits communication to make it more successful.
With just weeks to go until annual enrollment season begins, we know benefits professionals might be growing a bit weary. So, we’ve created some quick-hit tips and tools to energize you and your communications and power you over the enrollment finish line!
As we head into the Labor Day weekend, we wanted to remind you that the Friday after Labor Day is generally recognized at national 401(k) Day. With that in mind, we’ve offered three high-ease and low-flash ways you can weave 401(k) Day into your benefits communications going forward.
Jen traveled to Washington, D.C., last week to offer testimony before the ERISA Advisory Council on how the Department of Labor might create a model notice to encourage retirement plan participants to stay in their plans for the length of their careers. After a full afternoon of testimony from other expert witnesses, we wanted to pass along three lessons.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently ruled that workplace discrimination against LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered) workers is unlawful under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Read what the decision means for employers.
Although the summer months generally are known in the benefits industry for being somewhat slow and eventless, three merger/acquisition deals made a big splash in recent weeks, turning this summer into a wilder one than anticipated.
This month marks Benz Communications’ ninth birthday! As we reflect on the last nine years, here’s our list of nine benefits changes that make us most excited and optimistic about our work in the years to come.
To help employers and their people make positive changes around financial wellness, we’re happy to announce “6 steps to bring financial wellness to the workplace,” a framework for financial wellness programs that we created in partnership with State Street Global Advisors.