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News & Insights for HR & Benefits Leaders

It’s that time of year again!

August’s Key Date(s):

Did you know enrolled participants are 15% more likely to be financially ‘healthy’1? We are focused on providing helpful resources that you and your workforce can use for a seamless and successful enrollment experience.



Enhanced Enrollment Toolkit

Level-up enrollment this year with more engagement opportunities for your employees. EXPLORE HERE

Financial Wellness Toolkit

Even in the busyness of the season you can still help your employees prioritize their financial wellness. EXPLORE HERE

Retirement Income Services Enhancements

One of the biggest concerns employees have is having enough money to last throughout retirement and guaranteed income can help. We’ve added some new tools to NetBenefits® to help employees learn more. GET MORE DETAILS


The Great Recalibration

The workforce is changing, and it’s vital you don’t get left behind. Learn how your benefits strategy can play a pivotal role in meeting your employees’ evolving needs. LEARN MORE


SECURE 2.0 continues to progress through Congress

Read a summary of the House and Senate bills. LEARN MORE

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1‘Healthy’ is defined as defined as Good or Excellent on the Financial Wellness scale (a score of 61+). ‘Unhealthy’ is defined as Fair or Needs Attention on the Financial Wellness scale (a score less than 61).Arrows indicate significant differences between enrolled and unenrolled for at 95% CI. Scores are weighted, which control for age, gender, ethnicity, and household income. Fidelity’s Inclusive Financial Wellness online survey of 4,615 employees with access to a 401(k) or 403(b). The survey was conducted by CMI Research on behalf of Fidelity in September 2020.

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