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LIMRA Study Finds Employers Interested in Offering Voluntary Benefits

WINDSOR, Conn., Sept. 15, 2014 - A new LIMRA study finds 7 in 10 employers offer voluntary benefits to improve morale for their existing employees and to attract and retain new talent.

LIMRA: How COVID-19 Is Impacting Employers Offering Insurance Benefits

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many operational changes to U.S businesses. It has also drawn attention to the importance of many types of financial protection, which may increase employers’ interest in offering certain benefits.

Employers: Voluntary Benefits Can Improve Workplace Satisfaction

Since 2010, the United States job market has tightened up and competition for the best employees has intensified.

LIMRA Study Measures Opportunity in Voluntary Market

WINDSOR, Conn., Aug. 10, 2011 — Thirty percent of U.S. employers (10 employees or more) said they are considering adding a new voluntary option within the next two years, according to a new LIMRA report: Voluntary Worksite Benefits: Penetration and Market Potential (2011).

LIMRA Survey Finds Most Employers Maintaining Benefits During Recession

WINDSOR, Conn., March 25, 2009 — Most employers are retaining the benefits offered to their employees, according to a LIMRA survey of more than 1000 small, mid-size and large employers, which was conducted in December 2008 and January 2009.

LIMRA Survey Highlights What Employers Are Looking for in Voluntary Benefits

According to a new LIMRA study, an equal percentage (30%) of employers ranked costs and benefit features as the top factor when choosing a carrier. Company reputation was third with 15% of employers choosing it as the most important consideration.

New LIMRA Research Finds 23 Percent Fewer Employers Are Offering Life Insurance to Their Workers

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).