May 2009
Employee Benefit News;May2009, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p34
The article discusses how benefits professionals and employers can prepare for open enrollment in company benefits. The entry notes that open enrollment policies for employees should be reviewed six to nine months before implementation for effective communication to employees. The section cites that workforce demographics should be monitored by companies who intend to change their health insurance and benefits carriers in 12 months. It mentions that employees should be informed twice a year about their comprehensive pay and benefit packages.


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