Tips for outsourcing benefits communication and enrollment

Morano, Gregory J.
April 2008
Employee Benefit News;Apr2008, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p29
The article offers tips for employers on outsourcing benefits communication and enrollment. It states that a strong benefit education curriculum of a communications vendor is one factor to be considered by an employer. It also mentions that a communications firm should have a documented, professional certification and training program for their counselors.


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