Andrew Prevost, senior vice president of retirement at NFP, shares why workers have difficulty saving money and why it’s in employers’ best interest to help them.
Amid stagnant wages and rising costs of living, corporate-sponsored financial wellness programs step in to assist employees.
As freelance nation grows, some employers eye being the ‘gig’ of choice with lucrative benefits.
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With workers struggling to adequately save for retirement and the changing nature of the employer-employee social contract, some experts say companies should get out of the retirement business altogether — while others say employers still have a valuable role to play.
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The changing nature of careers and work will likely spell doom for the current notion of retirement, writes Managing Editor Frank Kalman.
Employer contributions to pensions, 401(k)s and employee retirement benefits fell from about 9 percent of worker pay in 2001 to about 6.8 percent in 2015.