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Your company may offer top-notch benefit plans, but if those plans aren’t being communicated to employees effectively, they’re likely doing you no good in terms of helping to recruit and retain talent. Here, top-notch communication strategies and best practices are outlined to help you effectively educate your workforce on the benefits you offer – and do so in ways that will improve employee participation and satisfaction.
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Experienced benefits pro David Daskal is an advocate for plain-spoken, direct communication in employee education efforts, and he’s offering up four secrets to giving a benefits presentation that will engage employees.