Employers must be ready to meet employees’ physical, mental, social and financial well-being needs through total benefits programs that attract and retain top talent.
BY JESSICA GILLESPIE
A Prudential study showed that mental, physical, and financial wellness are intertwined — illness or injury can lead to mental and financial crisis; financial stress can cause mental and physical conditions. Workplace benefits programs that fail to support customers holistically can negatively affect an organization’s bottom line, workforce productivity, and the retention and attraction of top talent.
Brokers play a pivotal role in helping clients navigate the increasingly complex and evolving benefits landscape. Understanding challenges, opportunities, industry trends and which solutions best serve your clients are good for your business.
Here are three things to consider as you and your clients shape benefits programs of the future.