Changing the dynamic of open enrollment
Traditionally, employers have viewed open enrollment as an annual opportunity for employees to make positive impact on their total well-being — not just in terms of improving their financial standing, but also to protect themselves from unforeseen events. Yet, few workers actually take full advantage of the occasion and end up fundamentally cheating themselves out of wellness benefits, while employers waste valuable dollars that could potentially strengthen their workforce individually and their organizations as a whole.
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Article by Jamie True, chief digital officer at LifeWorks by Morneau Shepell.