Category Archives: Thinking

The Top 4 Concerns of Employees During COVID-19

On April 11, 2020, we launched the Evive National COVID-19 Consumer Behaviors Survey. This was the first of two surveys we have conducted in this time of uncertainty where there are more questions than answers. The purpose of this initial survey was to investigate the behaviors and outlooks of 750 respondents in relation to their […]

Checklist: Is Your Platform Equipped to Communicate in a Crisis? 10 Things to Look for

The recent months have exposed an important truth for employers: powerful communication capabilities are a must-have, not a nice-to-have. In times of crisis—and all other times, for that matter—employees need to be reached in pivotal moments that can make a difference. Whether it’s about quickly-evolving information that could impact someone’s health in an emergency, or […]

Healthy Habits at Home: How Evive HealthQuests Quickly Adapted to COVID-19

The global pandemic has taken a toll on both physical and emotional well-being. Using our MyEvive polls, we recently discovered some jarring insights on people’s behavior change in the midst of COVID-19. Having asked them questions about general fitness, mental health, and other topics around general sentiment related to the crisis, we learned that: 47% […]

Benefits NPS: Making Sure You’re Offering the Right Resources

In times of crisis—and all other times, too—employers need to be able to communicate the most helpful resources to employees in the right moments. Especially now with the COVID-19 pandemic on the mind, ensuring easy access to useful information about health benefits is crucial. But in order to communicate the right benefits, you need to have the […]

Connecting People with COVID-19 Testing Centers When They Need Them Most

Amongst other initiatives to provide employees and their families with relevant information about COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Evive is providing real-time guidance and information to support people in getting tested. On March 19, 2020, we launched the Evive.Care website to help people find COVID-19 (Coronavirus) testing sites near them. In addition to leveraging our data-driven capabilities to […]

Evive is Here for You: Helping Employers Support Employees During COVID-19

*This post was updated on April 10, 2020.   As an engagement partner to many large companies across the nation, Evive is committed to getting the right message to the right people at the right time, thus enabling them to get the most out of their benefits programs. This is especially critical in trying times […]

Discovering More: What We Learned About Evive Plan Choice from Our Own Colleagues

The Evive Plan Choice team just wrapped up a few months of discovery work. Now just what does this mean? Discovery work is where we pursue activities that help us deeply understand user behavior. It’s a critical stage in product design to ensure the solution is meeting the needs of the users, and to prove […]

3 Pillars of a Total Rewards Package that Resonates

The low-unemployment forecast is one of the biggest reminders that compensation alone is not enough to compete for talent. While it will always be an important factor in attracting employees, financial compensation remains just one piece of the nebulous puzzle that everyone calls total rewards. Picking the right benefits to offer is crucial. They make […]

A Word from Data Science: What’s Next for Evive Plan Choice

Additional contributors to this post include Vijendra S.K, Saksham Garg, and Ishmeet Singh of the Evive Data Science team.   Evive Plan Choice is a new-generation decision support product for employees who find themselves overwhelmed by their annual enrollment options—and employers who want to help them choose the right option for their individual needs. Without […]

For Best Practices in Benefits, Follow this Framework

According to a recent Harvard Business Review (HBR) study, only 28% of corporate leaders say employees take full advantage of their healthcare coverage. For many companies, that’s their single most expensive benefit. In fact, it costs large U.S. employers nearly $15,000 per employee with family members. Meanwhile, many employees aren’t even confident they know the […]