Selerix Chief Revenue Officer, Craig Stephens, dives into the six strategies brokers should utilize to help organizations provide an effective and appealing benefits package suitable for all employees across all generations. The results: fostering a culture of engagement and inclusion to support the business and its employees.
Selerix VP of Business Development, Jasper Purvis, discusses several strategies that brokers can share with clients in two general areas that will make a difference for the companies and their employees: communication and engagement.
These tips can be the starting points of measuring the ROI of your benefits program and make sure that you are getting the most out of your investment.
Managing benefit costs is important to stay competitive and attract and retain top talent. With these tips, you can manage your benefit costs and ensure that your employees have access to the benefits they need.
Paula Kapavik, Selerix VP of Service Operations, discusses four strategies that you can offer your clients to help them close the gap between their employees who are merely satisfied with their benefits and those who really love them.
Jasper Purvis, VP of Business Development, discusses how brokers can step up to help employers create defining moments in the employee experience that can help organizations focus more keenly on the sustainable and consistent value of core employee benefits.
Craig Stephens, Chief Revenue Officer at Selerix, discusses why employers and their advisors should double down on core benefits.
If you’re a broker in the competitive world of employee benefits, you need to take a hard look at how an employee-centric model for benefits administration technology and service is dramatically gaining traction.