It’s almost time for open enrollment. How will your organization plan your benefits for the next year? The landscape of open enrollment has changed over the past few years since the pandemic. With many remote or hybrid roles, companies must shift how they roll out their open enrollment process. How can you best plan your employee benefits? Let’s take a closer look.

In-Person vs. Virtual Meetings

Many employees’ shift to remote work means reconsidering how you do open enrollment. Some employees will welcome the chance to connect with decision-makers during this time. For others, the convenience of handling the entire process online will be a significant relief. You may also consider if you need to have smaller meetings to avoid disruptions in your service or production. If you go virtual, you can put together entire information packages that can walk employees through the process.

Hybrid Approach Ideas

A hybrid approach combines these ideas. You can offer in-person meetings when necessary or helpful while providing options to complete open enrollment online. This can be an excellent solution for companies with employees in multiple places.

Create a Timeline

The next thing you’ll want to do is create a timeline that can help you complete the process and ensure that nothing falls through the cracks. Create a strategy and set your goals for the open enrollment period as early as possible. Beginning this month and through October is the time to reach out to your team. Provide a pre-enrollment flyer or website and hold a virtual benefits fair.

Partner with Fortus Healthcare Resources

Is managing open enrollment a big hassle for your organization? If you feel stretched too thin, there are alternatives.

Partner with Fortus Group. We take care of all the benefits and enrollment when you hire your employees through us. You work with top talent and don’t have to worry about open enrollment.

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