There’s no set structure, and companies aren’t required to match employee 401(k) contributions; for those that do, formulas vary.
Re-enrollment in a 401(k) is a popular employer approach that puts workers on the right investment track and offers protections for plan sponsors.
Fewer C-suite managers get luxuries like use of corporate jets because of shareholder pressure, rising costs.Read More
More employers are deploying wellness programs but implementation and effectiveness remain elusive.
Companies should base senior executives’ long-term bonuses on comparing company performance to a predetermined peer group, expert says.Read More
The big potential growth of private health exchanges has lured other major benefits consulting firms into the market.Read More
To help workers live long and prosper, one expert believes employers should use logic when choosing health care coverage.Read More
As the consumer changes from employer to employee, there’s a renewed interest in one health care vendor that does everything.Read More
According to one dental benefits carrier, only 30 to 40 percent of employees use the benefits in their dental preferred provider organization network.Read More
With health care and retirement taking priority in company benefit budgets, group life and disability plans are slowly shrinking from employer offerings.Read More