Browsing All posts tagged under »benefits statements«

Weapons in the War for Talent

November 10, 2010


Google's decision to increase all employee salaries by 10% is one way to try to hold on to talent. A different step employers may want to consider is taking the time to be sure that employees fully understand and appreciate what their current total compensation package consists of.

Playing Hardball

October 28, 2010


Print, online - one is not always better when it comes to employee communications.

Study: Total Compensation Statements Should Be “Top and Immediate Priority”

September 8, 2009


MetLife recently released the results of the company’s 2009 Open Enrollment Poll, which surveyed employees in order to gauge trends in attitudes toward benefits decisions as many companies head into open enrollment season. One of the poll’s findings was that “employer communication makes a notable difference in employee engagement in. . . benefits decisions.”  MetLife […]

The Link Between Understanding and Appreciation

August 11, 2009


Meeting with a client and reviewing employee feedback on recently sent total compensation statements reminded us that such communications have a significant positive impact throughout an organization.

Authenticity in Corporate Communications

April 14, 2009


Employee benefit statements need to be authentic in order to be well received by employees.