As open enrollment season draws closer, benefit managers might want to consider a new approach to engaging employees to better ensure peak participation rates and a strong understanding of the process.

Only one in five employees says they consult their HR representative during open enrollment, according to a new study from the technology software company Namely. Instead, they turn to coworkers and family members to help select benefit plans during open enrollment.

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