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Only 33% of employees feel confident about their retirement readiness. Are your clients prepared to support their employees? Read the InsuranceNewsNet article based on research from The Standard.
Looking to help your clients draft top talent? Consider how adding voluntary benefits can give them a leg up. Read the California Broker article by Danielle Lehman, senior voluntary product manager at The Standard.
A new survey from The Standard finds that it is crucial for advisors and plan sponsors to support retirement readiness efforts. PLANSPONSOR explains.
It isn't one-size-fits-all when choosing a new annuity. Are you helping your clients find the best fit? See highlights of several new index annuity features that can tailor solutions to a client's financial goals in the ThinkAdvisor article, 4 Ways New Annuity Market Options Can Open Doors, by Chris Conklin, vice president of Individual Annuities at The Standard.
In this month's issue of Insurance Selling, Jill Frohardt, regional director of Individual Disability Insurance at The Standard, discusses how advisors are missing a key demographic in their IDI sales: women. Read her article, Making the Case for Income Protection With Your Female Clients.
Destigmatizing the use of opioid prescriptions can help your clients' employees feel more comfortable disclosing the medications they take and discussing how it can impact their work. Read the Employee Benefit Adviser article, What Clients Can Do to Combat Risks of Workplace Opioid Abuse, by Dan Jolivet, Workplace PossibilitiesSM practice consultant at The Standard.
Only 33% of employees are confident about their retirement readiness. Here are tips your clients can use to help them prepare.
Saving for retirement is the top financial priority for 70% of Americans, but what can your clients do to ease this stress for employees? PLANSPONSOR explains.
Today, World Mental Health Day, represents an ideal time to begin correcting misconceptions about mental health. Here's how to start the conversation. Read the Entrepreneur article, The Best Place to Support Mental Health? The Workplace. by Dan Jolivet, Workplace PossibilitiesSM practice consultant for The Standard.