Protecting a Diverse Workforce: Steps to Help Close the Life Insurance Gap, Women as a Key Segment
According to MetLife Research, 50% of working women believe they don’t have as much coverage as they need, versus just 39% of their male counterparts. With women as a large percentage of the employee population, these differences are significant enough to warrant a more targeted approach to educating working women about the merits of income protection through life insurance.
Helping employees to obtain the right type and amount of life insurance protection at the worksite is a worthwhile endeavor. Employers that identify and address their employees’ purchasing barriers can help reap benefits such as increased employee loyalty and overall job satisfaction.
MetLife’s proprietary research is the basis for suggested action steps you can take to address this underinsured challenge.
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