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Evive Survey Reveals Majority of Employees Feel Overlooked Throughout Their Employee Journey

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Evive’s Employee Journey Research Reveals that 50% of Employees Never Hear from Human Resources After Orientation and Employees Need Personalized, Data-Driven Communications to Boost Benefits Utilization CHICAGO, February 4, 2021 – A new study released today by Evive, the leader in digital engagement and communication technology, found employers that focused on cost containment and improving […]

Evive’s 7 Biggest Employee Communications Trends to Watch in 2021

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Segmented Communications to Drive Employee Engagement and Wellness Tops the List of What Companies Must Prepare for in 2021 CHICAGO, Dec. 15, 2020 – Evive, the leader in digital engagement and communication technology, today released its list of top trends businesses must prepare for around employee communication in 2021. “Today’s remote workforce is changing the […]

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 […]

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 […]

Survey, Segment, Send: The Communications Formula That Makes a Difference

Before the COVID-19 crisis unraveled, our customers had specific business objectives and communications strategies for the year—needless to say, those quickly became more important to execute on than ever. While the urgency behind those objectives and the content in those communications evolved, the approach to achieve and execute them was only amplified. The Evive platform […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]