Looking for ways to help your employees make better financial decisions? Learn how Garmin, the leading worldwide provider of navigation systems, is taking the lead in financial wellness by driving HSA engagement.
The average couple will need an estimated $300,000 in retirement. And that’s just to cover medical expenses. In an effort to shrink the growing retirement savings gap, employers are adding a host of resources to help employees meet their future financial needs. Among these helpful tools, the health savings account (HSA) might be the most powerful.
Organizational changes provide ideal opportunities to reaffirm the value of your company benefits, including retirement benefits. Because these opportunities are often missed, we were delighted to partner with State Street Global Advisors to create a tip sheet for using a big organizational change to communicate the full value of your 401(k) plan. Read our blog to see how it’s done.
Please join us on March 9 at 11 A.M. Pacific Time for our2016 Employee Benefits Predictions Webinar.
Jen will be joined by IA HR founder Mark Stelzner, and Paychex employee wellness guru Bob Merberg, for an energetic conversation about our 6 Employee Benefits Predictions for 2016 and the implications of each for benefits leaders. They will cover these topics with plenty of time for audience Q&A:
There’s never been a more exciting time to be in the employee benefits industry. Big changes are being driven by regulation, changing employee needs, and the economy. Our six predictions for 2016 highlight what we see on the horizon in terms of forward-thinking benefits design and communication.
What an action-packed year 2015 has been! Constant news and developments have kept benefits pros working overtime.
This is a roundup of some of the articles you may have missed—or meant to come back to at some point during the year. Coverage includes our blog, industry press, and articles we were thrilled to pen for publications like Forbes and HR Executive.
While this is just a sampling from 2015, we hope these articles are helpful resources as you reflect on your successes of the past year and look forward to what's ahead in 2016.
As we head into the Labor Day weekend, we wanted to remind you that the Friday after Labor Day is generally recognized at national 401(k) Day. With that in mind, we’ve offered three high-ease and low-flash ways you can weave 401(k) Day into your benefits communications going forward.
Jen traveled to Washington, D.C., last week to offer testimony before the ERISA Advisory Council on how the Department of Labor might create a model notice to encourage retirement plan participants to stay in their plans for the length of their careers. After a full afternoon of testimony from other expert witnesses, we wanted to pass along three lessons.