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This session will convey a lot of useful information for every aspect of the open enrollment process. We will have information discussing reporting, billing, benefit selection, carrier selection, communication styles, communication firms, and overall simplification of the enrollment process including getting rid of paper, bills, changes, errors, etc.
Some of the advantages of offering supplemental benefits both for the employee and the employer. Also what the market trends are showing for the future.
The differences between different lines of coverage and product selection for the employer and what they should be looking for as well as what benefits people are buying as plans and rules are changing in the future.
Benefit Communication: Pros and Cons of different types of benefit communication methods and systems that work best for each class of employees, and choosing the right benefits communication company to convey the information.
Information covering a 10,000 foot overview of some of the most popular supplemental plans and their strengths and weaknesses and how different carriers differentiate between themselves
What are some great questions most people don't consider asking until it is too late when considering strongest carriers or enrollment firms in order to offer best in class benefit plans and carriers available.
Steps you can do upfront to help guarantee a successful enrollment
What are some professional materials & services like benefit booklets, benefit statements, benefit administration platforms, call center, etc. that companies are utilizing to get information disseminated for little or no cost.
How companies can uitlize their benefit plan to successfully equate to job satisfaction and appreciation to help attract and retain the best employees available.
Who Should Participate
HR Directors, Benefit Managers, administrators, IT for Benefit Administration, HR Marketing, HR Communication, CFO (financial side)
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What You Will Learn
1) What are the differences between supplemental benefits and carriers and how does an employer select the best supplemental benefits for their employees? 2) What impact and value do supplemental benefits have on employers and employees and trends available for the future. 3) Different methods of benefit communication and how to choose the right benefits communication company
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