Consumers still hungry for dental, vision and disability
Cigna finds consumers also looks at the health plan network adequacy issue.
Fortune 200 companies shifting to DC plans for top execs
Sixty-one companies adopted a DC-based restoration plan after freezing or closing a DB plan for key executives.
Millennials most likely to boost plan savings after a raise
More than one-third of workers have never increased the percentage of salary they contribute to their retirement plan.
Over 8 in 10 small biz employees want voluntary benefits
Nearly 6 in 10 small-business workers say they're likely to accept jobs with slightly lower compensation but better benefits.
Billions drained from economy by drinking
Seven in 10 people in the United States who die of conditions related to excessive alcohol consumption are working age adults.
Misused TDFs negatively impacting returns
Workers who are partially allocated to target date funds have lower annual returns than those who only use these funds.
New Jersey backs off emerging markets as pensioners cut ETFs
New Jersey's $76.8 billion pension fund has cut its holding of developing-nation ETFs to less than $1.8 billion.
Healthier employees better able to pursue financial goals
In 2013, Guardian Life's average benefits value index (BVI) increased to 7.1 in 2013 from 6.8 in 2012.
Employer survey reveals a benefits quandary
Over half of employers expect PPACA to negatively impact their ability to offer medical benefits in the near future.
Most employees will likely purchase a voluntary product
Employees consider price, need and fear of inadequate coverage as most important when purchasing voluntary products.