Is the Thought of Open Enrollment Making You Cringe?

Open enrollment usually happens towards the end of each calendar year and in many companies is only held once and often for only one to two weeks.  This presents a logistics nightmare for most HR departments, which of course has a way of trickling across all department heads, and up to the executive level.

If the thought of tracking down missing forms, loads of paperwork, and all the extra manual data entry is making you dread the holiday season, we have good news for you.  Lighten the load by empowering employees to make their own benefits elections online.

Sage Benefits Enrollment moves benefits open enrollment online and saves countless hours, paperwork, and postage fees with the ability to make benefits elections through the Internet or intranet. Easy-to-use wizards guide administrators through the benefit plan setup process and guide employees through open enrollment. The entire organization benefits by significantly reducing time delays and errors due to manual processing.

Sage Benefits Enrollment also increases employee satisfaction by delivering full and detailed access to benefit plans and convenient year-round life events management. Employees can view and update information anytime, anywhere, including marital status, dependents, and even link directly to providers.

Take advantage of the invaluable savings across the organization:

  • Empower employees to manage their own life event changes that impact benefits.
  • Integrate your benefit plan with URL links to benefit provider websites and post company-specific plan documents for employees to review online.
  • Give employees an easy, familiar platform to access information and make selections during the open enrollment process.
  • Offer employees the ability to compare current benefit elections with alternative benefit plans

Learn more by downloading our brochure on Sage Benefits Enrollment

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