Category Archives: Thinking

Learning + Growing: What Consultant Partners Have Taught Us

As continuous learners at Evive, we’re always working to improve. So we recently collected feedback from our consultant partners to gain better awareness of how we’re perceived in the industry. A great deal of our business comes from consultants, which is why we thought it was imperative to hear from them on topics such as […]

Evive Book Club Report: Contagious

Our 2019 summer read was The New York Times Best Seller, Contagious: Why Things Catch On by Jonah Berger. An interesting take on why certain types of content become popular (and why others don’t), this book sparked a fun discussion in the Evive Book Club. Whether crafting messages rooted in behavioral science or sharing stories […]

Let the Users Dictate the Conversation

The best collaboration comes from listening. Our Director of Product Research and Innovation Jennifer Lindner wrote about the ways we apply listening skills to product development. As an active member of the Product team, I can attest to that. Asking questions, interpreting what’s said (and not said), and acting upon that information is what keeps […]

Introducing the Benefits Value Index

Over the years, we’ve observed three major priorities for HR/benefits leaders: Improve experiences Contain costs Reduce risk We’ve written about the ways our platform, EviveOS, solves problems in each of these realms (experience, cost, and risk)—and how it ultimately helps employers get the most from their benefits investment in every way possible. But then what? […]

What Every Founder Needs to Know About Reskilling

This article originally appeared in Forbes. View it here. Entrepreneurs are typically the visionaries for a company, and they carefully hire a few key people to stand alongside them as they let that vision grow. As that visionary, you have an opportunity to get ahead of a massive talent challenge that even the most experienced entrepreneurs […]

3 Ways to Improve Employee Well-Being Now

In the quickly evolving benefits space, we’ve watched many concepts and trends change—and the transformation from wellness to well-being is one of them. There’s great desire from many companies to implement the right well-being program for their employees. Every workforce is different, so the various well-being goals will be different. Not only is a unique […]

Want to Connect People with Benefits? Connect with Them First

Hoping people use their benefits is one thing; inspiring genuine action is another.  This mindset has helped propel the personalized benefits movement as employers contend with a tight labor market. At a time when nearly 38% of the average U.S. worker’s pay comes in the form of benefits, it’s no wonder employers want people to […]

More Integration with Less Lift. Who’s Ready?

Whether sharing our security philosophy of “methodical paranoia” or singing the praises of the least-access principle, we’re constantly reinforcing our commitment to reducing risk. In fact, it’s one of the reasons eOS exists. By offering a platform that can manage so many critical risks in one system, we can address the pain points benefits leaders […]

Speed to Value: Keeping Communications Relevant and Data Safe

Here’s a universal HR truth: In order to offer a competitive and comprehensive benefits experience to your employees, you need to partner with vendors. Lots of them. These vendors have the potential to bring great value to your employees’ lives—but only when they’re being used, which is why we emphasize the importance of relevant communications […]

The Entrepreneurial Journey: How to Keep Learning as a Leader

Sometimes learning means unlearning, especially when it comes to building a growing enterprise. In my company’s 12-year history, reaching a certain level of success hasn’t come without scrapping old processes and building new ones at the right times. To support the growth of our business, it’s been critical for us to recognize not only when processes […]