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Organizations that take a strategic approach to benefits are nearly 2x more likely to have reported better business performance and have more satisfied employees compared with organizations that are not strategic with benefits.
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What does it mean to use benefits strategically?
Strategic benefits planning seeks to utilize employee benefits as assets and tools to support an organization's business goals and to positively affect the bottom line.
Why are strategic benefits important?
What challenges can your organization tackle with strategic benefits?
Overall Company Performance
This section provides tips and strategies to communicate benefits more effectively to your employees. It will address some of the following common challenges:
What methods of communication are most effective?
Behavioral Science Tip: Presentation Matters
If employees feel overloaded with complex benefits information, it will be hard to make decisions and could affect enrollment choices.
How can your organization communicate the value of benefits?
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