If there were ever a time to pull out all the promotional stops, that time would be Open Enrollment. The more unexpected or distinctive the display, the more likely it’ll grab your employees’ attention and spur them to act.
Student debt is a hot topic among benefits leaders for many reasons. It’s a huge source of stress for employees of all ages as multiple generations use loans to help themselves, or family members, pay for college. Plus, a whopping 70% of college students rely on loans—nearly $40,000 on average—to pay for school.1
With an average workforce that can span 5 generations, you have an incredibly diverse population to engage in the complicated world of benefits. Various family situations, motivations, and earnings create a lot to consider. See how targeted open enrollment communications can get you better results.
No one goes to the doctor or hospital thinking, “I really hope I get average care.” That’s why high-value health plans are gaining momentum. Now, it’s easier than ever to roll out high-quality plans employees will choose.
People think of their benefits in terms of the real-life problems they solve, not in neatly defined categories like ‘health and wellness,’ and ‘financial security.’ You’ll be surprised by the traction your communications get when they reflect this way of thinking, too.