The coronavirus pandemic has turned the workplace upside down. Onboarding has largely gone virtual, work has mostly gone remote, and benefits enrollment season is undergoing a radical change, too.
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Social distancing guidelines and work-from-home policies have forced most benefits enrollment processes to be managed virtually. As you might expect, the switch hasn’t been hassle-free. Aside from dealing with layoffs, furloughs, hiring, and rehiring in a predominantly remote environment, HR professionals and benefits administrators have been forced to convert benefits enrollment to a virtual format.
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