Research: Get ahead of the enrolment curve and empower employees to enrol with confidence
This report, from MetLife 2014 & 2015 Employee Benefit Trends study, looks at the attitudes of employees towards the enrolment process and how employers can improve the experience.
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Employees aren’t all that excited by the prospect of annual benefits enrollment. In fact, their annual encounter with the often complex and sometimes unfamiliar world of employee benefits can feel like too much work!
So, it’s not surprising that many employees are not engaged in the annual enrollment process, simply rolling over their previous selections without review or failing to participate at all.
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