Until recently, many employers—especially those with fewer than 100 employees—were still using paper processes.
This is changing quickly as Millennials become influencers and employers seek out technology solutions.
New online platforms typically incorporate decision-making tools for employees which can help them select the health plan option that's most appropriate and cost-effective for themselves and their families.
In 2019, technology will expand further to include benefits selection and management in order to help a diverse workforce learn, understand, and navigate the benefits process based on their specific needs.
Given that HR managers report losing 15+ hours a week due to lack of automation, these systems can also reduce HR transactional tasks, freeing time for focusing on initiatives that will impact their company and increase growth.
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