Best-selling author and behaviorist Daniel Pink recently shared six real-world examples of how to apply psychology to create results. Try these approaches to bring new life to your benefits communication strategy.
Three-quarters of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. More than half (56%) have $0 saved in an emergency fund. The average American’s credit card debt is $15,000. To help fight these dangerous statistics, we’re honored to mark National Financial Literacy Month by supporting organizations dedicated to improving our country’s financial health.
Employers need to speak out loud and clear on benefits. Although enrollment season isn’t until autumn, time is of the essence because the administration is seeking comments on changes to the 2018 Cadillac tax under health care reform. To help you firm up your organization’s POV and plans, join us tomorrow for our webinar, “Beyond a two-week window: 10 ways to make annual enrollment a success in an era of health care reform.”
We were thrilled to host our first onsite event of the year, a joint forum on March 25 with Catalyst for Payment Reform. The event was a rich half-day seminar that addressed how we can revolutionize the way our country pays medical providers and help patients understand the cost of health care. In our event recap, read the three key action items for employers looking to make a difference.
Join the fourth session in our 2015 Benefits Communication Master Class, “Data drives decisions: Segmenting and targeting benefits communication,” to learn how to use data in combination with focus groups to better understand your employees’ needs so you can communicate with them in ways that resonate.
You implement a consumer-directed health plan with a health savings account for many reasons—to combat cost increases, share the burden of those increases more fully with employees, help employees and families be better health-care consumers. All sound reasons, but none will come to fruition without thoughtful plan design and effective communication.
Wearable health technology may be the industry darling, dominating headlines and creating buzz once again at the annual Consumer Electronics Show—but not all are convinced such devices inspire true behavior change.
Register today for our Benefits Communication Master Class, a series of six FREE one-hour webinar sessions. We’ll give you the secrets and strategies you need to help your employees better engage with, understand and use your benefit plans.
Like most years in recent memory, 2014 was full of twists and turns for benefits professionals. They stayed on their toes as industry developments took shape and trends drove benefits change. Read our countdown of what we saw as the top five benefits stories for 2014.
We are honored to bring you the 2014 Inside Benefits Communication Survey report, a collaborative research effort conducted with the National Business Coalition on Health. It analyzes data from more than 300 high-level benefits professionals about strategizing and implementing benefits communication—knowledge that can help you serve employees even better.