High first quarter profitability means benefit agents and brokers could see a record-breaking year in 2014, including bigger bonuses from carriers.
Commentary: Blogger Jeff Hyman says creating this culture is challenging but he has suggestions you can bring to your clients, or your own work environment.
IRI's Cathy Weatherford gives tips on how employers can engage women in their retirement savings in different ways than ever before. She notes several ideas advisers can provide to employers such as conducting meetings after work hours and more.
The do-it-yourself approach may be all the rage for home renovations but when it comes to benefits, employees still need guidance from their employers.
Females are more empowered than ever to steer families financially, but theres still catch-up work for advisers to do in getting them to save for their later years.
Many advisers struggle to effectively manage their time and efficiency. Those who feel more in control of their time tend to follow these tips, new research finds.
Julie Jennings, vice president at Sylvia Group of Insurance Agencies in Darmouth, Mass., shares a day in her life.
Taking an entirely generic approach to health plan communications is no longer a winning strategy. Personalized communications that offer a holistic look at plan benefits will do more to engage participants.
Commentary: Advisers should know about options for employers to get help in the ever-changing regulatory environment.
Commentary: There are upsides to outsourcing, says blogger Michael Klachefsky. In this case, it helps monitor the regulations and legality of employee absences, especially when related to disability benefits.
Enlivening your staff and companys workplace culture can be as simple and sustainable as committing random acts of kindness.
Advisers and employers can use education to boost the enrollment of millennials in voluntary disability programs
At this week's Workplace Benefits Renaissance in Atlantic City, much buzz surrounded the changing industry landscape under the ACA, with most people agreeing benefit advisers looking to stake their claim on this new terrain need to focus less on brokering to confused employers and more on advising them.
Employers looking to increase productivity should encourage employees to use their paid time off, an Oxford Economics study released Thursday suggests.
Looking for a new way to expand your client base? Estate planning specialist Kris Miller offers five tips on how to jump start your public speaking efforts and use them to prospect clients.