Much of the workforce will still be remote in the fall, meaning you’ll need to work extra hard to reach and educate employees during open enrollment. You might also be responding to the COVID-19 outbreak by investing in new benefits offerings that address current needs—like telemedicine and mental health support.
All of these changes mean that preparing for open enrollment is going to take more of your time this year. Your benefits education materials will need to be significantly updated with current information. You’ll also need to think about which virtual communication channels are best for your company. Use this timeline to get started on open enrollment planning today.
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