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To design an employee experience that aligns with their evolving expectations, your organization must get crucial benchmarks in the employee lifecycle just right.


Artificial intelligence (AI) has a multitude of benefits when used in a human resources (HR) capacity. It can save time during the hiring process, decrease turnover and even increase revenue per employee.


With so many items on your priority list, it can be difficult to know where to direct your efforts. That’s why we’ve collected the top trends in the benefits administration space — so you can make a meaningful impact on the health and wellbeing of your employees.

Digital Employee Experience (DEX): How every interaction with technology, including software platforms, applications and other digital tools, influences an employee’s perception of the workplace.

With the state of the world as it is, it is no wonder HR teams are struggling to catch up, let alone get a grip on new administrative demands. And partnerships with benefits administration providers that worked in the past may not be prepared to offer the solutions you need today.

Multi-generational workforces bring an array of ideas, perspectives and values to an organization. While these differences often provide a competitive advantage to an employer, they can also present challenges when designing a benefits program that meets the needs of all generations.

The world has changed dramatically, and employees have plenty of new expectations for your benefits administration programs and platforms. Are you confident your current partner can provide the necessary support?

You’re just nine questions away from determining if your benefits administration provider is considered best-in-class or keeping your company from retaining and hiring top talent.