Did you know that 72% of consumers only engage with personalized messaging?
Today’s hyper-personalized consumer experiences are everywhere you look. Online retailers recommend products based on your past purchases. An app on your phone knows when you—or your teenager— are speeding, helping to lower your insurance rates. Media streaming services know what you enjoy and suggest what to watch or listen to next.
What’s that have to do with employee benefits? A lot!
Employers who leverage technology to provide a more personalized benefits experience have an opportunity to support their employees’ well-being while improving their organization’s bottom line. This infographic provides five concrete examples of how a personalized benefits experience can improve health outcomes and reduce costs.