Effective employee communications are a must for a successful benefits open enrollment. But how can you make sure you’re getting through when your employees are remote, benefits plans are complex and you have zero time?
Watch this on-demand webinar to discover 9 proven tips for creating and executing an effective open enrollment communications strategy. Our experts will cover all the basics and best practices for communicating to employees before, during and after open enrollment – including tactics and templates that’ll help your organization maximize OE awareness, benefits education and understanding, and employee appreciation.
What communications to send before, during and after open enrollment
Which communication channels help you see the best results
How to easily incorporate personalization and multi-channel campaigns
Why text messaging and video are a must for reaching remote workers
Where to find free OE communications templates and tools
Chief Commercial Officer, PlanSource
Nancy Sansom is the Chief Commercial Officer for PlanSource. In this role, she leads marketing, go-to-market strategy and partner development. She has nearly 20 years of experience running successful product and marketing organizations in the HR and benefits technology space, and she also has direct experience managing HR and employee experience.
Marketing and Communications Director, PlanSource
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