Houston, we have a problem. Or rather, we have many problems when it comes to employee benefits. 

You know ‘em well: rising healthcare costs. Pressure to invest in even more resources to support employees through a pandemic. Increased turnover thanks to the Great Resignation. And despite our best efforts, low benefits understanding and use — which leads to wasted healthcare spending for your organization and your employees. 

The solution? A benefits engagement strategy that finally gives employees the guidance they need, when they need it most. That means happier, healthier, more financially sound employees, and a boost to your company’s bottom line. 

But reinventing how we approach employee benefits engagement doesn’t happen overnight, and recent data suggests that we still have some work to do. So how does your organization’s benefits engagement strategy stack up? 

Take the quiz to learn:

  • How your benefits engagement strategy compares to national averages
  • Where your employees are getting confused when it comes to benefits
  • Tools and data that will help you take your engagement strategy from good to great

First things first. How often do you communicate with your employees about their benefits?
Next up: what’s the main location where you send employees for more information about their benefits?
Ok. Digging deeper: how do you personalize your benefits engagement strategy to each employees’ unique needs?
Let’s talk money. How confident are you that your benefits investment leads to a positive return on investment?
Last question. Do you collect feedback from employees about your benefits engagement strategy?