Choice Overload, a behavioral economics principle, suggests that when individuals are presented with too many options, it can lead to decision paralysis, dissatisfaction, or lower engagement. To address Choice Overload in employee messaging, streamline and simplify choices, presenting a manageable selection of options that align with employee preferences and needs, to enhance decision-making and increase employee satisfaction and engagement.
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