Seven Ways to Help Your Distracted, Stressed-Out Employees Avoid Making Bad Benefits Decisions This Year
Employees are carrying a lot of worry these days: worry about losing their job and their finances in general, worry about accessing (and paying for) medical care, and—of course—worry about contracting the coronavirus itself.
In this state of mind, all of us—your employees included—are more distracted than normal and more susceptible to making decisions based on emotions than facts. And this “new normal” is creating unique benefits communication challenges.
In this webinar, Jellyvision’s Chief Revenue Officer and behavioral science expert Helen Calvin will explain how total rewards teams can meet this strange new moment head-on.
You’ll learn how to:
- Help employees appreciate the full value of their retirement plans, tax-savings accounts, and other benefits...with a nod to new COVID-19 realities
- Carefully and honestly communicate upcoming policy changes
- Leverage organic “time of year” triggers to increase employee engagement with all your messaging
- Use simple behavioral science principles like “herd mentality” and “recency bias” to help employees avoid making rash benefits decisions now and for the rest of the year