In 2017, only 48 percent of employers offered life insurance to their workers, a 23 percent decline from 2006. This continues a steady of decline in employer sponsored life insurance since 2006 (chart 1).
LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute: Fewer than 1 in 5 American Workers Contribute to Traditional IRAs
WINDSOR,Conn. March 19, 2014—A new LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute study finds that only 17 percent of American workers currently contribute to a traditional individual retirement account (IRA) – and only 28 percent contribute to any kind of IRA (i.e., traditional, Roth, or SEP/SIMPLE).
April 2 is National Employee Benefits Day. LIMRA research finds that many employees don’t understand key features of some of their benefits. When it comes to life insurance, only 56 percent of workers realize that money from a life insurance
WINDSOR, Conn., June 12, 2013 — A new LIMRA study finds that the majority (53 percent) of small businesses (2-99 employees) do not offer insurance benefits to their employees, often believing they cannot afford them.
9 in 10 workers rank health care and retirement as the most important workplace benefits.
LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute: Any Way You Look At It - Employer-Sponsored Retirement Savings Plans Are Important
A newly published LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute report finds 98 percent of U.S. employers believe it is important to offer a defined contribution (DC) plan to help their employees save for retirement two thirds believe it is very important.
Learn about employers' willingness to provide benefits to part-time, seasonal, and 1099 contract workers.
Workplace benefits have long been a perk of employment, but over the years they have changed to keep up with workers’ needs.