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Employers Pessimistic About Benefit Costs Under PPACA – How Will This Impact Our Industry?

A new LIMRA survey of U.S. employers found more than half of employers have increased or plan to increase deductibles, co-pays or the contributions from employees to cover the cost of coverage for their medical plans.

Employers Prepare for Higher Benefit Costs from Older Workers

According to LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute, 73 percent of employers have planned for benefits costs to increase as a consequence of having older workers in their companies.

LIMRA CEO: How Our Industry Responds to Disruption Will Determine the Future

BOSTON, Oct. 26, 2015 — Robert A. Kerzner, CLU, ChFC, president and CEO of LIMRA, LOMA and LL Global, opened the 99th LIMRA Annual Conference in Boston, examining the potential disruption facing the financial services industry and how companies can respond and thrive in this new world order.

Disruption in the Financial Services Industry: Where Will it Come From and What Can You Do about It?

Disruption is among today’s buzzwords, and used so often that it loses meaning.

How Are Employers Adapting Workplace Benefits Under COVID-19?

In our latest LIMRA Unplugged episode Alison Salka, LIMRA research director, and Jonathan Bennett, head of Group Benefits at The Hartford, discuss how employers and employees are reacting to COVID-19 and what it means for workplace benefits.

How Are Employers Adapting Workplace Benefits Under COVID-19?

COVID-19 has changed the world, and that includes the world of employee benefits. Worries about short- and long-term financial challenges have prompted some employers to re-examine their benefits program.

Incentives to Delay Retirement Benefit Both Employers and Employees

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, one-third of the U.S. labor force is 50 or older. As more employees begin to reach the traditional retirement age, employers need to examine their policies and procedures to address the potential loss of talented and experienced workers.