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- Benefits must be regularly promoted to staff. Aston, Louise // Employee Benefits;10/1/2015, p35
The article presents the author's views on the significance of communicating benefits to employees.
- The benefits of clearly-defined benefit programs. // Westchester County Business Journal;08/11/97, Vol. 36 Issue 32, p15
Offers advice on how companies should implement benefit communication programs for employees. Failure of companies to realize the full advantage of their benefit communication efforts; Need to put benefits into the context of the company's business goals; Involvement of continuous evaluation...
- My Broker, my friend. Elswick, Jill // Employee Benefit News Canada;Jul/Aug2007, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p20
The article offers tips for companies on finding an employee benefit broker. It reveals that brokers in Canada and the U.S. are embracing new business models to become extensions of the human resource department, helping clients with everything from plan design to employee communication to...
- Net not always best way to communicate benefits. Fletcher, Lee // Business Insurance;05/08/2000, Vol. 34 Issue 19, p12
Offers ways, other than the Internet, to deliver benefits information to employees. Popularity of the Internet and electronic mail as tools in corporate communication; Risks related to reliance on Internet communication; Emphasis on organizational communication.
- Shape Employee Benefits for Competitive Advantage. Bean, Robert // SDM: Security Distributing & Marketing;Jun2007 Part 1 of 2, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p98
The author reflects on the importance of employee benefits program in the U.S. He discusses that acquiring and retaining good employees is difficult. He believes that one of the most important aspects of the employee benefits program is communication. He added that employee benefits program...
- FACE OFF: Will e-enrollment replace meetings? Lee, Karen // Employee Benefit News;Feb2002, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p15
Predicts the elimination of face-to-face enrollment meetings through electronic capabilities in understanding workers' benefits according to brokers, insurers and employers. Importance of face-to-face interaction and employee communication; Advantages of electronic enrollment to human resource...
- Enrollment is key. BRAZZELL, BONNIE; LOWERRE, GIL // Benefits Selling;Dec2010, Vol. 8 Issue 12, p26
The authors discuss the central role of an enrollment process to actively engage an employee in buying voluntary benefits. They emphasize that enrollment is a sales step with at least four communication elements in terms of its ability to reach goals. The four communication objectives include...
- Coping with the Script Review Process. Schleger, Peter R. // Training & Development Journal;May86, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p87
Offers advice on writing a script for videos to communicate employee health benefits. Problem of choosing procedures to use when illustrating benefits; Legal department's role in reviewing the script; Writer-client relationship.
- The 3E's of Enrollment. Atkinson, William // Benefits Selling;Oct2009, Vol. 7 Issue 10, p33
The author discusses the three Es of a successful enrollment process, namely Entice, Educate and Enroll. He cites the need for employees to know the value of their benefit packages by providing them a summary of the benefits they currently enjoy. He considers education as a critical element in...