In our latest LIMRA Unplugged episode Kartik Sakthivel, LL Global chief information officer, and Brandon Carter, president of USAA Life Company, discuss findings from LIMRA’s 2020 Emerging Technology Executive Task Force and how USAA pivoted to help their customers during the pandemic.
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.
In our latest LIMRA Unplugged episode Alison Salka, senior vice president and head of LIMRA Research, and Tim Calvert, managing director and partner and global leader of Boston Consulting Group’s Life Insurance practice, discuss the findings of the latest LIMRA-BCG global survey of C-suite life insurance executives.
In our latest LIMRA Unplugged episode Alison Salka, LIMRA research director, and Scott Gaul, head of Investment and Pension Solutions for Prudential Retirement, discuss current trends in the pension risk transfer market, the challenges plan sponsors face and some of the misconceptions about the time and costs needed to purchase a pension risk transfer solution.
Nontraditional workers are becoming increasingly more common with 16% or the U.S. workforce doing only gig work and another 10% doing gig work in addition to a traditional job. This translates to more than 25% of the workforce doing some kind of gig work.
LIMRA Research Director Alison Salka, Ph.D. and Jamie Ohl, executive vice president and president of Retirement Plan Services for Lincoln Financial Group, discuss the consequences of consumers' lack of knowledge around financial products and services and how the Secure Retirement Institute is working to improve financial literacy.
In this episode of LIMRA Unplugged Lite, Deb Dupont, associate managing director, Worksite Retirement, discusses individual characteristics of each worker segment and how employers can better design their benefits programs to support and engage them.
According to the 2019 Insurance Barometer Study, nearly half – 47 percent – of American consumers find simplified underwriting more appealing than traditional underwriting. Learn more about this year's hot topics.