Why Employers Need to ‘Care’ About Their Benefits
MetLife’s 21st annual U.S. Employee Benefit Trends Study reveals “care” is a key driver of life and job satisfaction—and not prioritizing it is causing major issues in the workplace.
Recent Employee Benefits News
Workplace Benefit Premiums Rebound in Q2 2022
LIMRA survey finds workplace life, disability and supplemental health premium increased after a sluggish first quarter.
NAIFA unveils new employee and executive benefits Center to aid professionals providing business resources
The creation of the newest of NAIFA’s Centers for Excellence was at announced at NAIFA’s inaugural Apex sales summit last week.
Wide health insurance knowledge gap costly to American workers
Survey from Justworks finds that 72% of employed adults who pick their insurance wish someone would tell them which health plan is best for them.
Why employers need to shift workplace benefits strategies
As employers navigate the tightest job market in 50 years, new research suggests they need to consider shifting their employee benefits strategies to attract and retain an increasingly diverse workforce.
Employer-sponsored health insurance produces +47% ROI for businesses
Direct benefits include lower direct medical costs, increased productivity, lower recruitment costs, stronger retention.
Carriers report significant sales growth for most voluntary benefits
Voluntary life insurance sales jumped 25% in 2021 to lead the voluntary industry's strong rebound last year, according to Eastbridge's annual U.S. Voluntary/Worksite Sales Report.
Guardian and Spring Health partner to provide innovative mental wellness benefits
New offering intended to help companies support employee mental and emotional well-being.
3 in 4 employees will swap health insurance plan features for significant savings
A recent Centivo survey of employees with employer-sponsored health insurance demonstrated just how willing employees are to modify core plan features if these "tradeoffs" translate into better healthcare affordability.
Americans much more likely to work for employers offering voluntary benefits
New Voya survey also finds a disconnect between intent and action as less than half of benefit-eligible employees actually enrolled in voluntary benefits offered by their company during open enrollment last year.