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The adjective most employees use is “confused.” We can’t guarantee a “kumbaya,” but the right employee benefits communications can help people understand their options. That’s sure to improve everyone’s vocabulary.
Healthy employees make a healthy company. Convincing employees to participate in a wellness program can be a challenge. The key is making the “what’s in it for me” clear to them, whether it’s a healthier lifestyle or tangible rewards… or both.
HR people go all out to get information to employees during Open Enrollment. But HR communications isn’t a “one and done” activity. Talk to employees all year to ensure they’re making the most of the benefits you worked so hard to promote.
I’ve never had anything like this anywhere else I’ve been and, honestly, I don’t know how we ever did it before. It’s fantastic. Write On Target is so professional and they do so much lifting for us. If I ever go anywhere else they’ll be the first vendor I try to bring with me.
Write On Target is basically an extension of my benefits department. Their knowledge of our plans and understanding of our needs is invaluable — they truly are a strategic partner.
Write On Target handles the complexity of our large health care system with ease, creating custom communications to enhance understanding among each of our employee groups.
Write On Target is more than just benefits…they’re my compensation communication partner. They’re able to take our technical language and make it meaningful to all levels of employees.
I’ve been relying on Write On Target for more than five years. They can think outside the box with employee communications, and their ability to simplify complicated HR concepts is unmatched.