8 08, 2022

Plan Sponsors Are Exploring Renewed Pensions

2022-08-08T15:21:50-07:00August 8th, 2022|Categories: Economy|Tags: , |

By Noah Zuss Source: Plan Sponsor In an employer’s battle to attract and retain the best employees, enhanced workplace benefits and robust retirement plans are ammunition. According to Jonathan Price, senior vice president and national retirement practice leader at Segal, employers that recognize the myriad financial challenges workers face—from everyday financial wellness habits to short-term budgeting and long-term retirement planning—are enhancing retirement and workplace benefits to recruit and retain workers, and help current employees feel more financially secure. “What [...]

4 08, 2022

Protecting Pensions and ESG Risks

2022-08-04T16:25:39-07:00August 4th, 2022|Categories: ESG|Tags: , |

By Tim Hennessey Source: IFEBP As the global impact of climate change grows, environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors have become a core consideration for pension funds. ESG issues and concerns can no longer be relegated to debates among pension fiduciaries about values investing or investment returns and instead require a holistic approach, author Janis Sarra noted in her article “Protecting Pensions Through Effective Governance of Climate and ESG Risks” in the July/August issue of Plans & Trusts. Sarra, [...]

24 03, 2021

77 Percent of Americans Support Pensions for All Workers

2021-03-24T10:08:20-07:00March 24th, 2021|Categories: Retirement|Tags: |

A new national survey finds that 77 percent of Americans agree that all workers, not just those working for state and local government, should have a pension. And even though the nation is deeply divided on many other issues, support for pensions is consistent across party lines. Eighty percent of Democrats, 75 percent of Republicans and 78 percent of Independents agree that all workers should have access to a pension. These findings are contained in a new issue brief [...]

6 05, 2020

Protecting pensions after coronavirus

2020-05-06T14:49:06-07:00May 6th, 2020|Categories: Pension Funding|Tags: , |

Unions and pension schemes are being supportive of employers struggling with the pandemic. When the recovery starts that support should be repaid. Across the whole economy, employers are under unprecedented strain as they deal with lockdown and economic contraction. Companies with defined benefit pension schemes could face particular short-term pressures, as turmoil in financial markets may increase deficits – the gap between the assets a scheme has and the pensions it must pay – at exactly the time they are [...]

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