12th Annual U.S. Employee Benefit Trends Study: Enrollment Enhanced: 5 Priorities to Drive Participation and Get Ahead of the Enrollment Curve.
Getting employees more actively engaged in benefits enrollment pays off in the form of increased participation, employee loyalty and likelihood to recommend their company as a great place to work. Leverage the latest findings from MetLife's 12th Annual U.S. Employee Benefit Trends Study to explore five priorities that can drive engagement and empower employees to make confident decisions during enrollment.
Getting to Loyal: Legal Services Distinguish Your Company and Help Meet the Personalized Needs of Employees
The study focuses on the growing popularity of offering legal services in the workplace including how they can help companies meet top benefits objectives, employees' needs for these services, how to successfully administer a plan, and criteria for selecting a qualified provider.
New Research Reveals Why Accident and Critical Illness Insurance are Surprisingly Good for Business
The study explores the growing need and popularity of supplemental health solutions not only to help employees address rising health care costs and gaps from existing coverage, but as an easy and valuable way for employers to address their business challenges and enhance their benefits strategy.
The Next Chapter for MNC Globalisation: Scaling Risk to Opportunity
The next chapter for MNC globalisation: Scaling risk to opportunity, an Economist Intelligence Unit report sponsored by MAXIS GBN (a joint venture between global insurers MetLife and AXA), explores what is driving globalisation today, and asks MNCs what factors might facilitate or derail their global growth plans. The findings are based on an Economist Intelligence Unit survey of more than 350 executives at MNCs worldwide, along with in-depth interviews with executives at MNCs of differing sizes and industry segments, and in different geographic locations.
Rethinking Dental Benefits to Provide More Value
Insights on how incorporating current research, trends and ideas into dental plan designs can help distribute benefit dollars more appropriately, encourage participants to maintain good oral health, and provide more value to employees.
Working Women Have an Inadequate Amount of Life Insurance Coverage
When it comes to owning adequate life insurance, MetLife's research shows women are participating in group life insurance plans at significantly lower rates than their male counterparts. In fact, only 28% of women purchased coverage that was equal to at least three times their income – leaving their families financially unprepared if faced with her premature death.
Health & Wellness
Benefit From a Well Workforce
An effective wellness program can help promote healthy lifestyles for employees – both physically and financially. See how features that are built right in to product offerings can be an integral part of employers' overall wellness programs.
Financial Education - An Essential Component of Your Wellness Strategy
The addition of a financial wellness component can offer significant advantages for a company's bottom line and increase appreciation for the benefits they already offer.
MetLife Study of Global Health & Wellness
The Study takes a look at how multinational companies are responding to the need for a healthier workforce and provides information that can help employers launch successful global health and wellness initiatives and implement them at a local level, ultimately facilitating a culture of health.