We know you work hard every day to bring the best benefits to your employees. Here are five things that can help you do that and more when you follow BRI on LinkedIn.
1. Learn about new tools for your employees
Lack of employee understanding is one of the greatest barriers to increasing adoption.
When you follow BRI on LinkedIn, you learn about tools like the Commuter Resource Center and mobile scanner for eligible items. These give your employees transparent and tailored information about the benefits you are providing.
2. Save your spot for the next webinar
Keeping up with benefits can be a bit like herding cats, especially when there are changes taking place on a national scale.
We have webinars on all matter of benefits items so you don’t have to chase down information.
Remember that time you signed up for that webinar and then you couldn’t go?
It happens. All the time, in fact. We know you’re busy (being an HR super hero). That’s why we put all of our webinars up online after they happen so you can access them on demand any time.
3. Access free resources to increase employee buy-in
You work really hard on providing the best benefits to your employees. We want to help you help them know what you’re offering.
That’s why we develop four ebooks every year to help you increase employee buy-in on your benefits.
4. Receive fresh industry updates and best practices articles
Ordinances, reform, and AI, oh my!
There’s so much to keep track of in the benefits world. Whether it’s knowing when a transit ordinance will take effect in your city, understanding the latest tax reform, or staying up to date with benefits trends (AI, anyone?), it’s important for you to know what’s going on.
5. Get discounts on trade shows
While we love the perks of trade shows (#swag) there’s more to conferences than that.
For one, it can be expensive to attend. When you follow BRI on LinkedIn, you get early access to discounts codes for trade shows registration. We’ll be posting the first ones soon, so be sure to check back.
You can get started today when you follow BRI on LinkedIn.