Virtual Benefits Fairs: The New Solution for Open Enrollment

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Educate Your Employees with an Interactive Online Platform

Benefits fairs and similar events are a necessary part of your Human Resources operations. But many employers are finding that the traditional approach — flying HR representatives to various locations to present new benefits programs every year — is a hefty internal investment.

Applicable information often varies from state to state and country to country, and reps must effectively (and repeatedly) communicate relevant options to each region they serve. Not only is this approach old-fashioned and repetitive, but it can also be very costly and time-consuming. 

In this e-book, you will learn:

  • The advantages of virtual benefits fairs
  • Why employers are going virtual
  • What to look for in a virtual platform to best suit your organization’s needs

With a virtual benefits fair, you will be able to:

  • Serve all employees at the same time, regardless of location or availability
  • Give employees the chance to explore their benefits plan with family members at home or from a remote location
  • Avoid the cost of sending benefits specialists to various office locations to explain employees’ options
  • & Much more

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