Does your benefits enrollment platform do that?
Are you still completing your open enrollment manually? Having issues finding the right support for building out data, rules, and other specifications? Or are you feeling the burden of getting your employees to enroll on time?
If you’re spending significant time on these enrollment tasks, you’re missing out on some key HR roles like employee relations, recruiting, and retention. And today, those are the big ones you don’t want to overlook. If your job is HR, you should be able to focus on that.
The right benefits enrollment software can be a powerful tool to help you streamline your next open enrollment season.
Four reasons HR professionals use an enrollment platform
- Time savings
- Process automation
- Eliminate transposing information
- Error prevention
An online platform could give you some time back in your day and allow you to focus on what matters most. If you’re not currently managing your benefits enrollment online, or just not overly satisfied with what you’re getting, consider the following.
- Outline your current pain points.
- Determine the challenges you want to solve.
- Envision and write down what a successful enrollment looks like for your organization.
Once you determine if making a move is smart for your organization, you can begin shopping around for a provider who can partner to solve your challenges. There are a lot of systems out there, so you’ll want to carefully evaluate what you’re getting.
Seven questions to ask when choosing a benefits enrollment platform
How will you know when you’ve found your match?
Finding the right benefits enrollment provider is like finding a great partner. You want someone who's going to be there for you, and that you can trust to handle your needs and complexities.
When you're looking for a benefits enrollment platform, it's easy to get overwhelmed by all the choices. You might feel like you need to kiss a lot of frogs before one finally sticks, but it doesn't have to be that way.
This blog is up to date as of March 2023 and has not been updated for changes in the law, administration or current events.