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Benefit professionals spend all year preparing for open enrollment, but the end of open enrollment doesn’t mean our work is complete. In addition to all the work we still have to do (setting up file feeds, ensuring carriers and vendors have the correct elections, etc.), there are a number of steps we can take now with our plans to make sure our “houses” are in order and avoid potential headaches later.
Now it is time for the big event! Open enrollment is starting and it is time to put all your meticulous planning into practice. At this stage, your communications should be focusing on accomplishing a singular goal: informing employees about the benefits options they have available and getting them to enroll.
When it comes to selecting an open enrollment window, timing is crucial. Putting benefits selection at the end of the year may make sense to many employers, whose fiscal years often end in December, but between the holidays and end-of-year deadlines, employees may have too much on their plates to devote the proper time to choosing the plan that’s best for them.
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