Yes, it really does exist. And you’re invited to help yourself right now.
We shared these tips with our email list and now we’re sharing with all of you. Here’s the thing: we believe everyone, everywhere deserves amazing benefits communications. Once we figure out what works, we can’t keep it a secret. If it makes your life—and benefits communications—easier, don’t you deserve to know?
4 ways you can get help—right now:
1. Simplify open enrollment with MetLife’s Open Enrollment Toolbox. We partnered with MetLife to bring you 4 tip sheets packed full of ready-to-use tips and tricks like how to simplify benefits communication and how to use social media. You can also watch video clips from the MetLife Benefits Symposium in April.
2. Fill in the blanks for health care reform communications using our templates and FAQs. Talking about health care reform should be easy. It’s an opportunity—not a curse. Plug in our language, which has been picked up by dozens of publications and companies. Watch our blog for more details, including how to translate DOL notices into language that will actually engage your employees.
3. Take the guesswork out of social media for benefits communication with our poster, which profiles only the key tools. Ready for action? See how our Social Media Starter Kit gives you everything you need to know to start using blogs, Twitter, social networks, user forums, videos and RSS feeds. Find out all the dos and dont’s so you can add these tools without a hitch. We’ll even write the content for you.
PS We’re not the only ones excited about our Toolkits. Check out Social Media Made Easy in this month’s issue of Employee Benefit Adviser.
4. Make the case. We’ve updated our white paper to include all the latest stats and best practices for benefits communication. Enough to convince even the most skeptical CFO that benefits communication is worth the investment.
What makes your benefits communications easier? Got a tip of your own? Why not email us so we can feature you on our blog? Let’s keep sharing the love—and the instant gratification.