Over the next 12 months, there will be a marked shift in what employers are doing to help workers regain their financial wellness, according to an AON report.
The British multinational corporation AON, which offers risk management, insurance and other financial services, unveils this finding as part of their latest report on “Hot Topics in Retirement and Financial Well-Being.” The report, in its twelfth year now, detects shifts in both employee and employer attitudes towards retirement management, plans and outlook.
In the latest version of the report, AON has found three key shifts:
- Employers are offering workers more tools and services to improve their financial wellness.
- Employers are providing more assistance to near-retirees to help them navigate the retirement process.
- Employers are focusing on other ways to help workers save money for retirement.
The report also found that 56 percent of employers said that they are “very likely” to focus on the financial well-being of their workers “in ways that expand beyond retirement decisions in 2016.” This represents a 10 percentage point increase from last year.
Take a look at the infographic below for more about the report.
To read the report, go here.