Getting your ducks in a row for open enrollment can be grueling, thankless work. That’s why we made you these open enrollment memes to cheer you up!
Mental health miscommunication
It’s no secret that the global pandemic has had a huge impact on employees’ mental health. And organizations large and small are stepping up and increasing their support; 32% of employers made new investments in mental health resources this year.
But unfortunately, employees aren’t getting the message. Even though two-thirds of employers offer an EAP, only one-third of employees know about it. And 85% of HR folks believe they advocate for their team members to seek mental health care, but one-third of employees say they don’t feel supported.
Learn how to make mental health a bigger focus this open enrollment in Why Your Mental Health Benefits Are Failing Your Employees.
Download The Ultimate Open Enrollment Communications Playbook to make this your best year yet.Get the guide
Best. Presentation. Ever.
The C-suite and HR are pointing fingers at each other
Healthcare costs are on the rise, and everyone agrees it’s time to face the problem head-on. But HR and the C-suite aren’t aligned on how big a priority it is to rein in healthcare spending…and when it comes to whose responsibility it is to make it happen? Everyone’s pointing fingers.
Download HR and the C-Suite Are Out of Sync on Out-of-Control Healthcare Costs to learn more.
An HSA double-take
Download The Ultimate Guide to HSA Education to learn how.
Email ignorers galore
We’ve all been there: right after you send a beautifully written open enrollment email, with everything anyone could ever need to know about their benefits…an employee inevitably wants to talk it through one-on-one.
It might be a bit annoying, but there are two very good reasons why this keeps happening. Either your open enrollment emails need some improvement, or your employees just aren’t going to understand their benefits until you personalize the experience for them.
Spoiler alert: it’s probably the latter. Employees told us in a survey earlier this year that when it comes to learning about their benefits, they’d most prefer an interactive tool that gives them personalized recommendations. Benefits communication software can help.