The key to successful Employee Communication is giving clear and engaging materials that explain overwhelming, industry-specific jargon. While carrier materials are vital, we have found through years of experience that providing concise, readable materials makes a much more significant impact on Employee Communication.

In the ever-changing world of Employee Benefits, employees need communication materials that outline changes that specifically impact them. The Diversified Employee Communications team puts a specific focus on translating carrier information into formats that fit into everyday life and language.


Comprehensive Employee Benefits Guide

We’ve spent significant resources developing the content and working to ensure that the information we provide to employees is second to none. The result is an Employee Benefits guide that is both meaningful and easily understood by employees and their spouses or partners at home.

Communication Support Materials

In addition to our Employee Benefits guide, Diversified offers flyers, mailers, emails, and other communication materials—which we customize specifically to your branding and messaging—giving you the opportunity increase the reach of your Employee Communication without creating more work for your HR team.

Translation Services

At Diversified, we understand the importance of being able to communicate about Employee Benefits with your entire employee population, and we offer full translation services for the materials that we provide to your employees.


Open Enrollment Meetings & Webinars

Open Enrollment is often the largest meeting each year, creating an ideal opportunity to educate employees about their Employee Benefits. Diversified provides materials for and conducts Open Enrollment meetings, both in-person and via webinar, to help you increase the effectiveness of your Employee Communication.

Ongoing Employee Education

Across our clients, we spend hundreds of hours each year with employees helping them understand how to make better use of their benefits and be good consumers of healthcare—this alone can significantly alter employee engagement plans, increase satisfaction with plans, and improve the efficacy of programs in place to help employees find better care at lower cost.