onboarding

new hires

Onboarding takes training and orientation programs to the next level. The goal of the onboarding process is to cultivate a long-term relationship with the new employee while fostering a feeling of belonging and an affirmation of making the right choice. It also helps develop your brand and can build a positive reputation for your company among talented job seekers.

Onboarding

Onboarding takes training and orientation programs to the next level. The goal of the onboarding process is to cultivate a long-term relationship with the new employee while fostering a feeling of belonging and an affirmation of making the right choice. It also helps develop your brand and can build a positive reputation for your company among talented job seekers.

introducing a new hire

Why is Onboarding Important?

A study published in the Academy of Management Journal found that the first 90 days of employment is a pivotal time period for employees to build rapport with a company, its management, and their co-workers. Furthermore, according to a study by the Wynhurst Group, when employees go through structured onboarding, they are 58 percent more likely to remain with the organization after three years.

When you share your company’s goals and values with your employees while simultaneously showing them how to do their jobs, everyone benefits. Creating an effective onboarding program provides employers with a solid starting point during which they can communicate their values to their employees and explain why they do what they do.

Why is Onboarding Important?

A study published in the Academy of Management Journal found that the first 90 days of employment is a pivotal time period for employees to build rapport with a company, its management, and their co-workers. Furthermore, according to a study by the Wynhurst Group, when employees go through structured onboarding, they are 58 percent more likely to remain with the organization after three years.

When you share your company’s goals and values with your employees while simultaneously showing them how to do their jobs, everyone benefits. Creating an effective onboarding program provides employers with a solid starting point during which they can communicate their values to their employees and explain why they do what they do.

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Open Enrollment

Open enrollment can be an overwhelming time for small business employers due to legal obligations, HR responsibilities, and employee confusion. This time can be especially difficult if there are benefits changes or cuts being made. The key to successful enrollment is effective employee communications.

Employers say that helping employees choose the right health plan is a top challenge. Open enrollment is a stressful time for employers and employees alike. We have the educational resources you need in order to make the wisest health care decisions possible.

Effective communication is key to having a successful open enrollment season— Employee benefits and enrollment communication have never been more important. We have the multichannel communications you need to succeed.

Only 34% of employees are aware of the wellness plans offered by their employers. An inactive employee can cost you up to $1,500 extra in health care costs per year. Investing in your employees’ wellness can help them become healthier, which in turn can increase your bottom line. We have the wellness resources you need to supplement your enrollment process and keep employees healthy all year long.

Low health literacy costs the United States $106 billion to $238 billion annually. Employees who are able to obtain, process, and understand the basic health information and services needed to make appropriate decisions— like choosing urgent care or an office visit over the emergency room— can save themselves, and you as the employer money. We have the resources to properly educate your employees and empower them to become wiser health care consumers.

Open Enrollment

Open enrollment can be an overwhelming time for small business employers due to legal obligations, HR responsibilities, and employee confusion. This time can be especially difficult if there are benefits changes or cuts being made. The key to successful enrollment is effective employee communications.

Employers say that helping employees choose the right health plan is a top challenge. Open enrollment is a stressful time for employers and employees alike. We have the educational resources you need in order to make the wisest health care decisions possible.

Effective communication is key to having a successful open enrollment season— Employee benefits and enrollment communication have never been more important. We have the multichannel communications you need to succeed.

Only 34% of employees are aware of the wellness plans offered by their employers. An inactive employee can cost you up to $1,500 extra in health care costs per year. Investing in your employees’ wellness can help them become healthier, which in turn can increase your bottom line. We have the wellness resources you need to supplement your enrollment process and keep employees healthy all year long.

Low health literacy costs the United States $106 billion to $238 billion annually. Employees who are able to obtain, process, and understand the basic health information and services needed to make appropriate decisions— like choosing urgent care or an office visit over the emergency room— can save themselves, and you as the employer money. We have the resources to properly educate your employees and empower them to become wiser health care consumers.

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