Category Archives: Thinking

Show Commitment to Your Employees’ Financial Success with These Communications

HR leaders, we have a question for you: Do you think your employees are financially savvy? Meaning, are they using your company’s financial benefits/resources to the best of their ability and making informed decisions? In Evive’s 2020 HSA + FSA National Survey, we learned that 2 out of 3 employees believe they’re financially savvier than […]

3 Communication Strategies to Help Your Employees Maintain a Healthy Household

The employee journey is filled with opportunities and challenges alike. We’ve covered how data-driven communications can support tasks like onboarding and developing skills for career growth, but what about health needs that employees face regularly? Things like completing a preventive screening or helping a spouse find the right doctor? Maintaining a healthy household should be […]

Learning to Lead: Communication Tactics to Support the Next Stage of the Employee Journey

If you’ve been following our series on the employee journey, you know we recently covered career growth. It’s an early yet important stage, as employees need to feel nurtured not just in their current role, but in their potential for the future as well. While many employees grow professionally as individual contributors, others grow into […]

Reach Employees on the Topic They Actually Want to Talk About: Career Growth

As discussed in one of our previous posts, the employee journey starts well before Day One. Data-driven messaging kickstarts the employee’s personalized experience with their company as they onboard and prepare for their first day—and that approach continues well into the following stages of their journey. The second stage of the employee journey is about […]

Engaging New Hires on Day One? You’re Doing it Too Late

Consider this: A prospective hire applies to your company, moves through the interview process, and ultimately accepts a job offer to join the company. The background check clears and the paperwork begins, followed by a quiet period as the new employee gives their two-weeks elsewhere, and finally an orientation to get the new employee onboarded. […]

Learn the Stages of the Employee Journey + How Personalized Engagement Helps HR Leaders Succeed

The new distributed workforce of 2020 has put employers in a unique position. They not only have to manage largely remote workforces, but they also need to support employees through some of the toughest well-being challenges (both mental and physical) yet. The employee experience has transformed—and as a result, HR professionals have to pivot. As […]

Linda’s Story: How a Personalized Checklist + Timely Messaging Led to a Life-Saving Mammogram

Evive customers have long used its namesake platform to distribute rapid response communication to crises at all sorts of levels for years, engaging employees with the health and financial resources they need—right when they need them most. While this includes rapid response for regional disasters like hurricanes and global pandemics like COVID-19, Evive is most […]

Virtual Open Enrollment Tips for Employers

Successfully planning and executing open enrollment is never an easy task. It’s a pivotal time of year with many moving parts. The existence of COVID-19, however, has made this year’s open enrollment even more challenging. In 2020, HR leaders are finding themselves having to think about a lot of things differently, especially when it comes […]

Measuring the Value of Total Rewards: Benefits NPS Benchmark Findings

Employers know that benefits investments are large, complicated, and costly. In fact, 30% of total rewards comes from benefits, rather than wages/salary (whether employees realize that, however, is a different story). Companies spend, on average, more than $11 per hour—per employee—on benefits. The truth is, using benefits as a tool for recruitment and retention is […]

The Various Levels of Crisis and How Communication Fits in

If there’s anything we’ve learned from years of data-driven, timely communication practices, it’s that crises happen at all sorts of levels: globally, nationally, regionally—and even more frequently, personally. The emergence of COVID-19 has underscored the importance of a crisis-communications practice. But we’re here to offer a challenging statement: If you’re doing day-to-day communications effectively, crisis […]