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And the Winner Is… ADP Retirement Services Earns Prestigious 2017 Eddy Award for Delivering Top-Notch Employee Education Programs

And the Winner Is… ADP Retirement Services Earns Prestigious 2017 Eddy Award for Delivering Top-Notch Employee Education Programs

Educating employees about financial wellness is a top priority for many of today’s human resources leaders. With so many workers concerned about retirement security, employers have a clear opportunity to step in and help. Whether it’s enabling employees to save more for retirement or learn about budgeting, financial education can potentially serve as another popular perk among a growing list of benefits that are helping companies attract and retain top talent. ADP Retirement Services is helping employers address this challenge through ongoing education programs. These initiatives offer clients tools and information that may help their employees better manage their finances and grow more confident in their financial futures. These efforts have earned ADP prestigious industry recognition from leading institutional investment publication Pensions & Investments® (P&I), which recently honored ADP Retirement Services with its 2017 Eddy Award for Ongoing Investment Education. Winners were announced at P&I’s annual East Coast Defined Contribution Conference in Miami, Fla. A list of award winners also can be found on the P&I website. The Eddy...

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Recipe for Success: Employers, Employees Collaborating on Retirement Planning

Recipe for Success: Employers, Employees Collaborating on Retirement Planning

By Joe DeSilva, Senior Vice President/General Manager, ADP Retirement Services With National Save for Retirement Week underway, it’s a good time for employers to consider the retirement benefits they offer their employees. Today’s workers are concerned about their retirement savings and the recession of 2008 has re-shaped their views. ADP recently published a whitepaper, “More Participants are Delaying Retirement,” that takes the pulse of employee retirement saving. With employers increasingly focused on providing financial wellness and literacy programs to their employees to encourage early savings, these findings can help employers better understand the concerns employees have as they look toward their financial future. The study sheds light on two key questions for employers to consider: Do employees feel like they are saving enough? Do they believe they’ll hit their investment goals? According to the study, American workers still believe that they are not saving enough for retirement even though the economy is improving.[1] What might have started as a reaction to the recession is now a reality that shapes...

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