Ireland

Employee Benefit communications

The greatest employee benefits package will suffer poor take up and engagement if it’s not communicated to employees in a clear, informative, and easy to understand manner.

At Aon Employee Benefits, our experienced consultants deliver the key messages and benefits to employees in a tailored manner. With communication capabilities across strategy development, design, production and delivery in-house, our communications team can help deliver your key benefit and reward messages through multi-channel forms of communication.

Communication solutions include:

  • Communication strategy development and implementation
  • Total Reward Statements (online or paper)
  • Benefits Communications (flyers, posters, pocket guides, z-cards, benefit fairs, interactive pdf.)
  • Creation and management of online tools (e.g. microsites, interactive pdf, social media campaigns)
  • Facilitation of employee focus groups, analysis of results and written recommendations
  • Delivery of employee training, presentations (including production of training materials)
  • Print and online production

Not only do our communications help educate employees, they also assist them to make informed decisions about their benefit options. Each solution is bespoke and fully tailored to your business needs and objectives.

To find out how we can deliver your benefits offering in an effective manner, contact us at letstalkbenefits@aon.ie or speak to one of our communication consultants on +353 1 266 6000.

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