4 common group life insurance myths, busted
Your employer clients probably misunderstand a few things about group life insurance. Here’s how to educate them.
Beebe: Won't call session over teacher health costs
Some could see their share of the premiums rise to $1,528 per month, from $1,029.
Aflac: More work needed ahead of enrollment season
Seven in 10 workers say they had yet to hear from their employers about how PPACA might impact their health benefits.
Guardian introduces new benefits tool for employers
The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America has introduced a new tool to assist employers in gauging their attitudes towards employee benefits.
Aon Hewitt survey reveals retirement savings gap
To help bridge the retirement savings gap, most employers are making financial wellness a top priority in 2013.
Financial optimism declining among employers, employees
A Prudential report finds both groups say they are uncertain how they will be doing financially a year from now.
Canadians optimistic about workplace investment
Almost half of the Canadian workforce expects employee training and development programs to be offered this year.
Survey Finds High Commitment Level to Employer-Provided Health Care Benefits
In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court decision upholding the constitutionality of PPACA, 88% of large employers say they still want to provide health benefits for their active employees.
1 in 10 Employers to Drop Health Coverage
About one in 10 employers in the United States say they’ll drop health coverage for employees in the next few years as the major provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act take effect.
Prudential Survey: More Employers Are Eyeing Employee Choice Benefits Packages
More employers expect their companies to adopt employee choice benefits programs within the next two years, according to a new study.