Employee Outcomes

Women in Retirement: 60 Percent Not Saving Enough
In November 2016, the Texas Conference for Women surveyed attendees about their retirement savings and found that almost a whopping 60 percent weren’t socking away enough. In fact, many weren’t even sure if they were going in the right direction. One person responded, “I don’t know if I’m on track, and that’s the worst part.”  Read More →
Investment Re-enrollment Can Improve Retirement Outcomes [Video]
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Investment re-enrollment, the process of requiring participants to reconfirm their investment elections, and defaulting them to an age-based target date fund (or other qualified default investment) in absence of an election, can be very impactful to overall plan health and retirement outcomes. Here’s an informative video from American Funds to explain! Securities and investment advisory  Read More →
Recruit, Retain, Retire – Reframing Financial Wellness
So much of the financial wellness conversation to date has focused on the potential health care cost mitigation of adopting organizations. A more effective angle, however, may come in the form of the company’s increased ability to recruit, retain, and allow a happier workforce to retire on time. Wellness Programs Aim to Keep Employees and  Read More →

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