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Doing things differently drives better outcomes.

When workers feel more financially secure, they are more engaged and productive. 78% of workers live paycheck to paycheck1, and more than half have less than $10,000 in savings.2 Financial stress is a real challenge.

That's why Prudential includes a full suite of financial education tools and resources with our products and services. By empowering your workforce with knowledge, they can take control of their finances—easing financial stress.

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When workers are stressed, that's bad for business.

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70%

of HR professionals say financial issues impact employee performance.3

64%

say financial challenges affect workers' ability to focus on work.4

25%

of workers are distracted by financial issues at work.5

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Prudential Can Help

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Life & AD&D Insurance

Empowering employees to plan today for the unthinkable helps their loved ones be secure tomorrow.

Absence Services & Disability Insurance

Employees who experience unexpected illnesses or injuries—or who need time to care for loved ones—miss work and paychecks, creating administrative challenges for you.

Accident Insurance

Accidents happen. Do your employees have a plan to help with related expenses, just in case?

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Critical Illness Insurance

When serious health issues arise, your employees’ medical insurance may not be enough.

Hospital Indemnity Insurance

Hospital stays can be expensive—even with health insurance.

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Ready to expand your employee benefits? Let’s talk.

Broker administration

Licensing, Appointment, and Registrations

Email GI Producer Services

 

Already doing business with us?

Contact your Prudential representative.

New customers

Contact your benefits broker or consultant.

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Footnotes

  1. CareerBuilder research, 2017
  2. Prudential Financial Wellness Survey, April 2014. (Most recent data available)
  3. Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), “Financial Wellness in the Workplace,” May 2014.
  4. International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, "Financial Education for Today's Workforce 2018 Survey Results"
  5. PwC, Employee Financial Wellness Survey, 2018

Group Insurance coverages are issued by The Prudential Insurance Company of America, a Prudential Financial company, Newark, NJ.

 

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