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Employers that offer company-sponsored employee healthcare benefits are facing an upswing in multifaceted challenges. Among the most daunting is the necessity to control costs, while providing competitive benefits that will help to attract, retain, and motivate the workers needed for their business to survive and succeed.
The need for meaningful and effective benefit tools that can be accessed when and where participants want them has become critical – both for empowering employees to make cost effective choices that also meet their unique needs, and to increase employee engagement and loyalty.
The ADP Research Institute, an independent research group within ADP, recently completed a comprehensive survey of 501 decision makers from small, mid-size and large employers. These findings illustrate a need for increased benefits communications on behalf of employers, as well as utilizing decision support tools and mobile applications to increase an employee’s knowledge of the suite of benefits to best address their individual needs.
This webinar will discuss trends in the use of benefits decision support tools along with a discussion on benefits communications – and the increasingly important role that the use of mobile applications plays. The new survey findings will also address how companies plan on budgeting for increasingly complex communication requirements; the role of both mobile and other forms of direct access in supporting the strategic goals of engaging employees while also reducing costs; whether decision support tools are of value to employers and employees and what role such tools will play in the new world of Health Care Reform.”
Who Should Participate
• CEOs, CFOs, Business Owners • VPs of HR • VPs/Managers of Benefits • Benefits and finance representatives from organizations of all sizes
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A whitepaper will be available as soon as this session concludes that will detail the ADP Research Institute survey findings.
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What You Will Learn
ADP will present new survey findings addressing: • How companies plan on budgeting for increasingly complex benefit communication requirements • The role of mobile and other forms of direct access in supporting employers’ strategic goals of engaging employees and reducing benefit costs • The value of decision support tools to employers and employees – and what role such tools will play in the changing world of Health Care Reform
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