The New Landscape for Company Stock
By Denise Sisk
In light of a recent Supreme Court ruling on retirement-plan oversight, here are three suggestions to help organizations manage the issues related to overseeing a company stock fund in its defined-contribution plan.
'Back-Sweeping' to Boost 401(k) Participation
By Mark McGraw
Aon Hewitt study finds a growing number of companies auto-enrolling, or "back-sweeping," all existing employees who aren't already participating in 401(k) plans. This practice can certainly have advantages -- if properly communicated to affected workers, experts say.
Retirement vs. Regret
By William Atkinson
While most employees are well-intentioned when it comes to saving for retirement, not all of them make the decision to do so. However, there are ways that HR leaders can help workers in this area.
Employee Overconfidence About Retirement Plans
By Carol Patton
While the stock markets continue their rebound from the recessionary years, new research finds American workers are feeling more confident about their retirement prospects. But should they be?
Pushing the Employee-Savings Envelope
By Tom Starner
A recent survey suggests that employees may be more receptive to automatic defined-contribution increases than some employers think.
Help Your Women Retire
By Kristen B. Frasch
Studies and experts confirm men are in better positions to manage money and prepare for retirement, which puts some of the onus on employers to guide their female employees into viable existences for the remainder of their lives.