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  • Benefits Programs Prove Crucial For Employee Retention
    Benefits Programs Prove Crucial For Employee Retention

    One in three employees is considering leaving their jobs this year. Communicating about retirement benefits could retain them

    For the more than 30% of U.S. employees who say they are considering a job switch this year, benefits programs are often a crucial factor.
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  • Inflation Is Causing 85% Of Americans To Adjust Their Essential Purchases
    Inflation Is Causing 85% Of Americans To Adjust Their Essential Purchases

    Over three quarters of American's (78%) have little to no room to increase their budget allowance in line with rising inflation

    A new study by Forbes Advisor has uncovered that four in five Americans (85%) are being forced to change their purchasing habits, as a result of rising inflation. A new survey of 2,000 Americans reveals how inflation has affected people’s lives—and how they expect it to change in the foreseeable future.
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  • The C-Suite’s Role In Well-Being
    The C-Suite’s Role In Well-Being

    C-suite may soon join the Great Resignation, uncovering well-being is a top-down organizational concern

    Today, Deloitte released a new report in collaboration with independent research firm Workplace Intelligence that explores the C-suite's role in organizational well-being and examines how an overall poor state of health is affecting retention for workers and executives alike.
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  • Measuring Educators’ Thoughts On Retirement & Financial Planning
    Measuring Educators’ Thoughts On Retirement & Financial Planning

    Educators focus on financial security, but need additional resources to meet their goals

    According to a new study from Security Benefit, a leading provider of retirement planning products and solutions in the K-12 education market, more than half (52%) of all educators would prefer to learn about managing their finances from a financial professional as opposed to other methods.
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  • Why Non-Recruiters Are The Best Recruiters You Have
    Why Non-Recruiters Are The Best Recruiters You Have

    Building a pipeline of quality candidates starts with the ones you already have

    by Jeremy Eskenazi, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, CMC

    Not every recruiter can be an engineer, or hair stylist, or accountant. They know how to hire these roles, but not how to become them. On the flip side, it’s not as hard for every employee to act as a recruiter. In fact, recruiting power in each employee is often unrealized because we’re so busy…
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  • After Two Years Of The Pandemic, Americans Place High Value On Tailored Financial Strategies
    After Two Years Of The Pandemic, Americans Place High Value On Tailored Financial Strategies

    93% of Americans said setting financial goals and developing a plan to achieve them is important to helping support their future ambitions

    As Americans continue to manage their finances during the uncertainty brought on by the pandemic, financial planning with the assistance of a professional is helping them feel more confident about the future.
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  • Addressing Health Care Inequities
    Addressing Health Care Inequities

    Health care costs for average American could triple by 2040 if health inequities are unaddressed while annual spending could exceed $1 trillion

    Health Care Costs for Average American Could Triple by 2040 if Health Inequities are Unaddressed While Annual Spending Could Exceed $1 Trillion
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  • A New Framework For ESG Initiatives In Emerging Markets
    A New Framework For ESG Initiatives In Emerging Markets

    Improvements in ratings protocols open the door to greater investment

    The Future Investment Initiative (FII) Institute hosted a London summit about ESG in Emerging Markets, involving world leaders, global CEOs, international investors, thought leaders and heads of sustainability.
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  • Inflation Remains Hot as Home Sales Fall
    Inflation Remains Hot as Home Sales Fall

    Elevated inflation and higher interest rates expected to take toll on consumer spending

    The compounding effects of elevated inflation and higher interest rates are expected to further weigh on economic growth and home sales as the year progresses, with full-year 2022 growth now forecast at a slightly reduced 1.2 percent and expectations of a late-2023 modest economic contraction unchanged, according to the June 2022 commentary from the Fannie…
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  • State Of The Household Balance
    State Of The Household Balance

    COVID-weary Americans ready to spend, but many are also concerned about job security and income

    Freedom Financial Network (FFN), a leading digital personal finance company, released the results of its new study, State of the Household Balance Sheet, which examined consumers' financial health two-plus years into the COVID-19 pandemic. The study takes a close look at the large purchases that they had intended to make this year, as well as…
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