Steve Olivas, Vice President of Marketing at Selerix talks about the significance of employee benefits administration and communication.
Brokers need to take a hard look at how the employee-centric model for benefits administration technology and service is dramatically gaining traction.
The shift to a remote workforce has left companies scrambling to re-evaluate best practices and completely move workplace communication online.
Edward Sanchez, Director of Engagement at Selerix, weighs in with insight surrounding the challenge of accurately defining and measuring employee engagement. Click to Read the Full Article Now Searching for the right employee engagement solution? Selerix can help. Available Q1 of 2020, Selerix Engage provides a 2-way communication experience that enables organizations to connect with […]
MCKINNEY, Texas, Oct. 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Selerix Systems, technology and services to conquer the chaos of benefits administration, today announced participation in Texas’ premier event for human resource professionals, The HRSouthwest Conference™ in Fort Worth, Texas, Oct. 27–30, 2019, at the Fort Worth Convention Center. HRSouthwest Conference attendees will be able to preview Selerix Engage, the newest product from Selerix that lets […]
Workplace communications remain the fundamental, yet often mystifying ingredient in making or breaking the greater employee experience. Increased demands on HR departments often inhibit the creation and execution of strategic, targeted employee communications. The result? A disengaged workforce that can devastate your organization’s bottom line. Selerix is excited to announce the Q1 2020 release of […]
Written by: Edward Sanchez, Director – Communications & Engagement Backed by a growing collection of evidence-based research and workplace awareness, it is becoming apparent that the concept of employee engagement is here to stay. Employers are beginning to understand the critical impact that an engaged (or disengaged) workforce can have on an organization’s bottom line. […]