Employee Communications
Employees are being bombarded with news right now, and they need accurate, timely information from their employer to stay informed as our situation changes by the day. Whether it’s about an upcoming enrollment, office or plant closures, work schedules, safety protocols, or just reminders about critically important benefits that they have access to, HR teams need to be sure that they’re getting the message across to the right people at the right time.
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Our solution includes pre-built email templates that can be customized
• Perfect for reminding employees about
  enrollment, EAP and telehealth benefits

• Customize recipient lists based
  on population, eligibility and enrollment data

Test and schedule communication campaigns
  during OE and throughout the year

Did you know?
99% of consumers check their email every day!
1 DMA Insights, 2017
Text messaging can be a valuable addition to your enrollment and employee communication strategy and we make it easy to use!

• Keep employees informed about upcoming enrollment, office or plant closures, updated safety protocols and work schedules

• Remind employees about critically important benefits, such as telemedicine and EAPs

• Simply upload employee cell phone numbers into PlanSource

• Employees will have to opt in by texting BENEFITS, BENEFIT OR START to a dedicated number

Did you know?
98% of consumers open their text messages.
1 Gartner, “Tap into the marketing power of SMS”, 2016

Give employees the conveniences they crave with a mobile-friendly benefits experience
Shop and enroll in benefits plans, compare costs and get personalized recommendations
Provide required documents by snapping a photo and uploading right from their phone
Seamlessly switch between devices and pick up right where they left off
Get secure and convenient access to plan documents, ID cards and contacts
“PlanSource is the first technology partner we’ve had that allows employees to upload required documents for qualifying life events from their mobile devices. Employees don’t have those documents on their computers, so it just makes sense that they are able to snap a quick photo of their documents with their cell phones.”
Jennifer Lenhart
Director of Benefits Administration and Technology
Ralph Benefits Advisors