9 in 10 workers rank health care and retirement as the most important workplace benefits.
Employees Across All Generations Value Employer-Sponsored Benefits ― But Most Don’t Understand the Actual Costs
WINDSOR, Conn., Apr. 18, 2011 — Most employees - both younger and older - feel that benefits like medical insurance, defined contribution plans and dental insurance, are important; yet four out of 10 employees lack any knowledge of how much their medical insurance costs and of the 60 percent of employees who think they know the cost of their medical insurance, just 15 percent were able to provide a reasonable estimate.
LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute: Plan Sponsors Most Interested in Helping Employees Save Enough for Retirement
WINDSOR, Conn., Nov. 19, 2014—According to a new LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute study, three quarters of plan sponsors say helping their employees save enough for retirement is one of the top three most important factors in their retirement benefit strategy — nearly 4 in 10 say it is the top factor.
LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute: Three-Quarters of Employers Say Readiness is Key for Successful Retirement Benefits Program
WINDSOR, Conn., April 2, 2014 — Seventy-four percent of employers who offer a defined contribution plan in the United States believe their employees' retirement readiness is an important measure on whether their current retirement benefits program is a success.
WINDSOR, Conn., Apr. 10, 2012 — A recent LIMRA study of Americans’ buying habits found that nearly 20 percent who shopped for life insurance went through their place of work, and 75 percent of workplace shoppers actually bought life insurance.
Windsor, Conn., April 22, 2015 — The latest results from LIMRA’s U.S. Worksite Sales survey shows voluntary benefits sales increased 5 percent in 2014 compared to 2013.
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).
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.