4 Reasons Employees Hate Open Enrollment

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4 Reasons Employees Hate Open Enrollment

Open enrollment is a loathsome annual tradition to some employees, a period of stress and confusion only slightly more tolerable than renewing a driver’s license or passport. If you're feeling serious hate vibes from your employees each fall, we have good news: Open enrollment doesn’t have to be a drag—for you or employees. Here are the most common reasons employees hate open enrollment, along with some tips on transforming an annual ordeal into a pleasant and beneficial experience.