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The case for evolving your employer-sponsored benefits and enrollment strategy

The way in which we worked prior to 2020 has changed on a seismic scale. We saw physical workspaces be replaced with at-home office set-ups in weeks, forcing people to adjust to the everyday disruptions of combining personal lives with professional ones. As uncertainties infiltrated our daily lives, from health concerns and childcare needs to job security, some things had no choice but to change. Your workforce has experienced growing pressure on their individual wellbeing (across all aspects) coupled with a constant churn of evolving needs at work and home. To make sure your people feel confident and supported with their wellbeing decisions — from enrollment through program utilization — your organization must evolve your benefits solution.

Download our new white paper and evaluate the countless unforeseen lessons employers had to learn this past year and reflect on those key experiences to execute on them successfully for the coming years ahead

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