The process of creating and delivering a manageable and effective benefit communication program can be a time-consuming undertaking, but by following some helpful tips and best practices, you can streamline the success of your program.
Know what benefits your organization provides and how they work:
Know how your employees feel about your benefit program:
Understand benefits communication responsibilities and organize yourself:
Prepare your benefits communication plan of action:
Sell your communication plan to your manager:
Select, prepare and distribute communications to fit corporate objectives and employee needs:
Evaluate the effectiveness of your benefits communications:
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