Communicating Benefits to Work-from-Home Employees

Publisher: Groh Benefits Communication

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Communicating Benefits to Work-from-Home Employees

Benefits communication is one of the challenges facing benefit managers during the pandemic. Some media is no longer effective when employees work from home. Others, such as interactive videos, that engage employees to take actions while viewing, offer an effective solution for benefits education.