Hybrid Enrollment: What We’ve Learned and What’s Here to Stay
By Brian Chu, VP, Group Protection Operations, Lincoln Financial Group
Some companies are fully reopening offices. Others are still entirely — and perhaps permanently — following a work-from-home (WFH) model, and there are those using a hybrid approach that balances time in the office and at home. These varied environments should be considered when employers are choosing benefits enrollment strategies.
Maintaining and promoting a strong company culture in a hybrid work world require time and resources from employers, and close partnerships and support from industry experts. The shift toward WFH has created more flexibility for employees and opportunities to work remotely for companies outside their local areas. This rapidly changing and often remote workforce creates a need for continual education for new employees and ongoing enrollment options.
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