The offering is an employee communications program aimed at helping employers educate their employees in discovering and understanding the benefits of FSA programs.
According to a press release, the program provides easy-to-understand content for employee campaigns, including customizable templates for printed materials such as table tents and posters, e-mail templates, and videos to promote awareness in targeted FSA enrollment meetings. ADP says its messages portray the financial benefits to employees by equating the savings to personalized money-saving scenarios, such as receiving coupons for approved medical and dependent care expenses.
Additionally, the ADP FSA enrollment kit includes a Quick Step Guide for HR/benefits client contacts and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for employees.
ADP noted in the press release that despite employers’ and employees’ desire to save money, FSAs are often overlooked as a key method of savings. Even with the proven benefits of FSA programs to reduce employees’ out-of-pocket costs for rising medical expenses such as prescriptions, deductibles and co-pays, average participation rates are at a low 15%.For more information about ADP Flexible Spending Account solutions and the ADP FSA Growth Program, visit http://www.ADP.com.