Organizations of all sizes and across industries struggled with benefits open enrollment preparation, planning and execution, according to EBA’s latest study of employers who shared their candid 2017 open enrollment experiences. Among the findings from this ADP-sponsored research:

· Only 20% of employers give themselves an A+/A when grading their open enrollment success
· Only 30% of employers spend more than four months planning and conducting open enrollment
· Only 31% of employers report their workers are “very engaged” when learning about or signing up for benefits

Employers must do better if they’re going to attract and retain talent in 2018’s tight labor market. Advisers can guide them through the maze of benefit options, maximize employee engagement, and achieve high benefit participation rates.

This web seminar will provide advisers with valuable data they can use to help employers’ overcome challenges and make real improvements.

Don’t miss this chance to gain exclusive, research-driven insights and to hear expert recommendations on how advisers can position their firms as trusted open-enrollment partners.

Key Speakers

Elizabeth Galentine
Contributing Editor, Employee Benefit Adviser
Dana Jackson
Executive Director, Research SourceMedia
Jack Kwicien, CLU, ChFC
Registered Investment Advisor Managing Partner Daymark Advisors, LLC