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Why hire a freelance employee benefits writer?

There are several reasons why you should consider hiring a freelance employee benefits writer. Understanding of the subject and its context is critical to ensure accurate messaging. Writing about employee benefits in a trustworthy way requires knowledge about a diversity of non-wage compensation types, and familiarity with the language used to describe them.

By hiring a freelance employee benefits writer, you make sure that the content produced is targeting the right keywords in order to drive relevant traffic, and that the message you want to communicate comes across in the right way. When writing about topics like retirement benefits; disability income protection; daycare; social security and profit-sharing, a thorough understanding of the subject is crucial.

A specialized freelance writer will provide you with custom copy and content to help you reach your marketing and communication goals. With an agile process and quick turnarounds, a freelance writer will get you the most value from your content investment.

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Kim H

Panama City, Florida, United States • Last online about 18 hours

Kim Hill is a freelance writer, author, award-winning photographer, and loves to make art with real butterflies. Kim lives in Florida, has two degrees in Criminology, and is also an advocate for SkinCancer.net. Kim recently had three of her photographs selected for the Clio Art Fair in Chelsea, NYC and has two books out - Abandoned Northwest Florida and Abandoned After the Storm: Hurricane Michael.

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Hunter Amato is a graduate of Florida State University with two degrees covering English writing, Italian, political science, and philosophy. He is a renowned technical writer and copywriter specializing in finance, technology, and law. Currently living in New York City, Hunter is the lead technical writer and copywriter for the WinIt App.

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Rachael R

Dorchester, England, United Kingdom • Last online about 11 hours

I have a background in healthcare which includes nursing, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, program management, and commissioning in the UK health setting. I also write for the travel and leisure industry and am a walking guidebook author. My portfolio includes writing on local food production for a regional magazine. NCTJ Diploma in Journalism.

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Most B2B marketers say their number one challenge is generating high-quality leads. As a copywriter who specializes in lead generation, I help small businesses attract high-quality leads and convert them into paying customers. I have a BA in Radio and Television Broadcasting from Butler University. I am a seasoned broadcast communications veteran with experience writing radio commercials, PSA’s and other station announcements. I’ve written commercials for a variety of industries including hospitals, automobile dealerships, restaurants and more.

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Rachel R

Warwick, Rhode Island, United States • Last online 39 minutes

Rachel Roderick has worked in the field of Human Resources for 20 years. She has a Master's degree in Human Resources and Labor Relations, and she is an education advocate and literacy coach for students of all ages. Rachel writes on a wide variety of topics, and she is devoted to creating high-quality content for clients in every industry.

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Read Sample Employee Benefits Blog Posts

The best way to find the perfect employee benefits content writer for your business is to read writing samples they have published in the past. All Scripted writers offer writing samples to potential clients to showcase their talent and experience. Check out these blog posts from a few of our employee benefits writers:

5 Ways to Boost Happiness at Work — and Increase Productivity in the Process

Happy employees are more productive employees. Research shows that happiness boosts productivity in the workplace by as much as 20 percent. Unhappy employees, on the other hand, are unproductive — and costly. Every year, disengaged workers cost the U.S. economy between $450-550 billion. Don't make the same mistakes as other companies. Here are five ways to boost happiness at work and increase productivity at the same time.

  1. Optimize Your Office Space Research shows a strong correlation between happiness and the layout of your office. Organized desks, plants, floor-to-ceiling windows with lots of natural light — these are just...
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3 Perks Employees Value As Much As Salary

Compensation is a critical factor for job-seekers and staff considering whether or not to leave their current position. However, there are three other factors that sway occupational movement more strongly than salary. For any company hoping to attract high-quality candidates or retain workers currently on payroll, adjusting these workplace issues is key.

  1. Time At Home

In manufacturing businesses, every minute someone is on the floor, they are creating revenue for the company. Yet, even in these environments, businesses have found a way to let their employees have more time at home to themselves or with their families. One...

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Temps: A Long Way From the Secretarial Pool

Finding the right employee to fill an open position or a temporary need is often like putting a square peg in a round hole. The best applicants on paper sometimes end up being the worst possible candidate for your company. It can take some trial and error to find just the right fit. That's where temporary staffing can really help out. What kind of help is available? I know what you're thinking, you don't need a secretary (who even has those anymore???). You need someone to fill in in your call center, or do marketing while an employee is off...

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