Due to absenteeism and presenteeism
Intergenerational study finds
36% of UK households have no savings whatsoever
Open banking has increased customer engagement across younger demographics, but can it do the same for protection? Cameron Clark investigates
More than half of employers have witnessed increasing worker requests for flexible hours over past two years, research finds
Women are significantly behind men when it comes to financial resilience, says iPipeline's Stephanie Hydon, and this seriously needs to change
Protection must "widen its proposition to meet needs of renters", says Swiss Re's Ron Wheatcroft
Despite public confidence in protection, most people would rely on support from partners and savings to survive if needed
However GI & health performance weaker than predicted
Following the recent article by The Guardian, specialist adviser Kathryn Knowles discusses changing industry perception and applying her own experiences of mental illness to her work for Cura.
John Dean and Cheryl Brennan of Punter Southall Health & Protection shine a light on the dynamics they expect to dominate the employee benefits market in 2018.
The UK Group Risk market - more employees and premiums, but still too few employers writes Paul Avis.