Benefits administration is the process of creating, updating and managing benefits for the employees of an organization, generally assigned to the HR function.
Benefits administration definition
Benefits administration is the process of creating, updating and managing benefits for the employees of an organization, generally assigned to the HR function. It involves tasks like: creating the benefits program, enrolling new employees in the program, liaising with suppliers and dealing with invoices.
Larger organisations use software that assist benefits administrators. The program creates and maintains an enrolment profile for every employee, keeps track of information such as the date hired, marital status, number of dependents, total hours worked, and attendance records.
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