Hewitt Associates

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  • Health & Welfare: Total Benefit Administration

    White Papers // Jan 2011 // provided by Hewitt Associates

    Sharply rising health care costs and the system's growing complexity are forcing many U.S. employers to take a hard look at how they deliver health care to employees. More and more, they're outsourcing health and welfare administration - controlling costs, enabling movement toward consumer-driven health care, and freeing staff to ...

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  • A Marketing Approach To Human Resources - Treating Employees Like Consumers

    White Papers // Jan 2011 // provided by Hewitt Associates

    Leaders in human resources are responsible for managing a complex product comprising culture, environment, and reward elements - each element having different cost/value drivers, communication channel needs, process and delivery components, varying preferences across segments, and even shelf life. As in marketing, the concept is to create an employee value ...

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  • Optimizing HR Delivery Channels

    White Papers // Oct 2010 // provided by Hewitt Associates

    This paper looks at the trends in self-service adoption in the HR/benefits industry over the last 5 or so years, what new channels are emerging, and how employers can drive a successful strategy to optimize delivery channels. Along the way, they'll share some interesting statistics, best practices, and real-life success ...

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  • The Tides Of Retirement

    White Papers // Jul 2010 // provided by Hewitt Associates

    These are tumultuous times for retirement plans - for both employers and individuals. A number of converging forces have emerged with the power to reshape the face of retirement plans and the very concept of retirement itself. Dramatic changes are taking place in the actual structure of retirement plans, in ...

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  • Communicating With Employees During Times Of Crisis

    White Papers // Mar 2004 // provided by Hewitt Associates

    From the executive summary: ?In creating a crisis communication plan, key messages should be developed first and used to guide the remainder of the plan. The messages should be provided to all managers that represent company?s position to employees. The key messages sent by the organization to employees during times ...

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