Today & Beyond
Expanded Excerpt Mapping the Future of Return-to-Work
One in four employers is currently offering accommodations to help employees return to work. An equal number are in the process of implementing these programs.
This expanded excerpt, "Mapping the Future of Return-to-Work," explores the factors that will raise the demand for accommodations in the coming years.
Despite an increased need for RTW programs, some employers are hesitating to implement them. Use our new broker tool to understand the hurdles and what your clients should consider to help overcome them.
Expanded Excerpt Trending Toward Financial Wellness
Nearly 70% of employers have a focus on employee financial wellness, and employees are increasingly looking to the workplace for financial education and tools.*
"Trending Toward Financial Wellness" is an expanded excerpt that takes a deeper look at employee financial concerns and offers insight into how the generational makeup of an employer's workforce should inform the employee financial wellness strategy.
The Prudential Insurance Company of America (Prudential)
* Survey Methodology
The study was conducted for Prudential by Center for Strategy Research (CSR) in conjunction with Oxygen Research. The surveys were conducted online using panels supplied by Research Now and fielded from June 1 to July 1, 2015.
Overview of Employer Survey
Employer results are based on a national survey of 1,039 employee benefits decision makers. Respondents included business executives, business owners, human resources professionals, and financial management professionals. The survey sample covers all industries, including government, and is nationally representative of all U.S. businesses with at least 50 full-time, benefits-eligible employees. Data shown in this report is weighted to reflect the actual proportion of U.S. businesses by company size, industry, and region based on data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Overview of Employee Survey
Employee results are based on surveys conducted among 959 employees, ages 22 or older, who work full-time for a company with at least 25 employees. The survey of employees was conducted during the same time period as the employer and broker surveys. The survey sample is nationally representative of all U.S. workers at companies with at least 25 full-time employees. Data shown in this report is weighted to reflect the actual proportion of U.S. workers by gender, region, race and ethnicity, education level, household income, and age based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the U.S. Census Bureau.
Overview of Broker Survey
Broker/consultant results are based on surveys conducted among 484 insurance professionals. Screening criteria ensured that these professionals spend a large portion of their time selling and servicing employers.
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