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Nine in 10 employers taking steps to keep older workers on the job

A new study from LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute has found that 92 percent of employers are taking specific action to help older workers stay on the job.

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.

One in Four Older Workers Have No Plan for Their DC Plan Assets Once Retired

WINDSOR, Conn., Feb. 18, 2014 — A new LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute (LIMRA SRI) study found that 27 percent of U.S. workers, ages 55-64, say they do not know how they will use their defined contribution (DC) plan savings after they retire. 

Millennials and Gen X Workers Worry More About Disability than Older Workers

In the 2016 Insurance Barometer Study 56 percent of consumers said they were concerned about supporting themselves if they became disabled and could not work.

Spotlight on Retirement: Asia

May 15, 2018

In Asia, rapidly aging populations, demographic shifts, and changing family structures are causing an enormous retirement challenge. Learn how insurers can help.

How to Keep Your Employees Satisfied – Start with a Strong Retirement Plan

New LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute (LIMRA SRI) research suggests that “satisfied” employees are more likely to feel positive about their employer, their employer-sponsored retirement benefits, and more likely to feel their employers help them plan for retirement.

LIMRA Finds Less than Half of Employers Offer Benefits to Nontraditional Workers

Gig work, like being an Uber driver or freelance writer, has become more commonplace. LIMRA research shows 26% of all U.S. workers participate in gig work either as their primary job or as a secondary source of income and almost three quarters of these workers believe they will continue working in this capacity over the next five years.