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High Performing Employee Communications
As increasing emphasis is placed on employee participation in decision making, it’s critical that your plan members be provided with the information and resources they need, in easily digestible forms, to help them make educated choices. We can assist you with all manner of employee benefits communication strategies. Our in-house communication strategists, research specialists, writers, designers, and project managers. will work with you to create research-based, targeted, results-oriented, creative collateral that effectively engages your audience and helps change behaviors.
Our full service communication capabilities include:
- Development of an ongoing communication and brand strategy for HR and benefits-related communications.
- Writing, design and production of high impact communications.
- Drafting of compliance communications to include SPD’s, SBC’s and requirement plan notifications.
- Graphic design to incorporate your branding into your HR & benefits communications.
- Scripting and production of communications for open enrollments, new hire orientations and recruiting.
- Translation of communications pieces into multiple languages, as needed.
- Development and implementation of our web based portal for plan enrollment.
We’ve found the following materials to be effective when communicating employee benefits programs:
- “Using Your Plans” brochure—The best way to improve the perception of benefits is to improve their usage. This brochure will help employees get the most from their benefits plan and help educate them about preventive care. It includes a wallet-card with contact information for plan vendors for easy access to resources and contact information for their benefits and individual plan vendors.
- Benefits overview for recruits and new hires—This simple promotional piece, (the same version can be used for recruiting and new hires), will help market your plans to potential new hires and set a consistent message about benefits.
- New hire orientation—Enhanced benefits “training” in new hire communication to include detailed overview of each plan and how to appropriately use the benefits. Make sure new hires understand the value of the benefits provided and their role in plans.
- Quarterly benefits newsletter—Use a quarterly newsletter mailed to homes and posted online to educate employees and promote good decisions (both for health and financial security).
- Frequent online updates and/or flyers, depending on location—When a new program is announced or new resources are available, use a simple news story posted online or an on-site flyer to alert employees and remind them where to go for more information.
Regardless of the communication vehicle you choose, our communications consultants have the experience and talent to create high quality benefits communications for your employees with top-quality communication tools and consulting.
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