HR Leaders on What Really Goes Into Open Enrollment

Jennifer L'Estrange
November 12, 2021

It’s Open Enrollment season – the time when HR puts all their effort into getting employees to understand register for employer-sponsored benefit plans.

Consultant Rachel Cohen was recently featured by Bind, sharing her practical experience with managing the open enrollment process.

Her advice is simple and direct, but it’s often forgotten!

The last, and most critical part, is communicating with employees.

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