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Kelley M. Butler May 29, 2014 < 1 min read

Join us today for part two of our Benefits Communication Master Class

When it comes to employee communication, print will always have its place—but the future lies online. Statistics from Nielsen and the Pew Research Center show that 55% of Americans use the Internet every day and spend about 60 hours per month online. Of those hours, about 70% of American Internet users participate in social media.

The writing is on the web: Your employees are online—and your benefits should be, too.

Getting started with online benefits communication doesn’t have to be complicated—or costly. Let us show you how! Join us today (11–12 PT) for the second webinar in our five-part Benefits Communication Master Class, “Likes, tweets and clicks: The do’s and don’ts of online benefits communication.”

Learn our five rules for success in online communication, plus everything you need to know to effectively engage employees across multiple online platforms—from posting and blogging to texting and tweeting. We’ll also leave plenty of time for your specific questions.

We look forward to connecting with you today and throughout the remainder of our Master Class series, which runs through July 10.

Editorial Director