The Standard's Behavioral Health Impact Study is included in @HuffPost's article detailing the current mental health climate in the American workforce and ways that employers are responding to the mental health crisis.
In the Media - Financial Professional
Katrina Smith, national practice leader for absence management at The Standard, discusses recent trends in absence management and The Standard's Workplace PossibilitiesSM program in Life Annuity Specialist.
Want to be a hero for clients? James Poland, regional director of individual disability insurance sales for The Standard, discusses why educating clients on the importance of DI is crucial for financial advisors in InsuranceNewsNet Magazine.
How can you reach the risk-averse millennial investor? Stable value funds. They offer low-risk and higher yields to employees in retirement plans. Kent Bartell, director of investment research at The Standard, explains.
Looking to expand your client portfolio? Chris Coy, regional director of IDI sales for The Standard, discusses how to target younger generations with IDI in BenefitsPRO.
It’s time to reinvigorate your annuity sales strategy, and Rich Lane, vice president of individual annuities sales and marketing at The Standard, can offer some tips to help you do so. Read more in his ThinkAdvisor article.
Risk-averse clients can find security in fixed and indexed annuities because they aren’t directly tied to the stock market. Read more in an Advisor Today article by Rich Lane, vice president of individual annuities sales and marketing at The Standard.
Breaking news hit yesterday when Seattle Seahawks player Josh Gordon was suspended for a sixth time due to substance use issues. But how does that play into employee benefits? Dr. Dan Jolivet, Workplace PossibilitiesSM practice consultant at The Standard, talks about employer support for behavioral health conditions in The Washington Post.
You’ve likely heard of the SECURE Act, but do you know how it will influence annuity sales? Rich Lane, vice president of individual annuities sales and marketing at The Standard, explains.
Employers can support employees with mental health conditions by creating stigma-free work environments and more. Read tips from Dan Jolivet, Workplace PossibilitiesSM practice consultant for The Standard.