October 13, 2020

The pandemic accelerated the future of work, but workers need employer support to keep up, says new Prudential survey

The COVID-19 pandemic, which began for most Americans with stay-at-home orders in March, created lots of uncertainty across the country. Six months later, while many workers have largely settled in, new data from Prudential’s latest Pulse of the American Worker Survey reveals emerging undercurrents that employers should pay close attention to as many employees work productively in their remote settings.

August 27, 2020

‘Flexible’ workers report massive drop in income during pandemic

More than half of workers who seek gig employment, remote jobs and alternative schedules have seen their income cut in half during the pandemic, according to a new survey.

August 17, 2020

Economic turmoil shines light on need for retirement savings system repairs

The economic volatility wrought by COVID-19 is a wake-up call for the future of retirement savings. The message is especially urgent as it relates to those near the end of their careers or recently retired.

Prudential 2020 Financial Wellness Census

The COVID-19 pandemic and its economic fallout revealed with shocking speed how fragile financial security is for Americans. Explore the data

May 20, 2020

New research measures COVID-19’s unexpected impact on future life expectancy of senior citizens

New research from leading experts on longevity risk from around the globe will help pension funds and insurers properly assess liabilities in a post-pandemic world.

May 12, 2020

After coronavirus lockdown, businesses must navigate four major structural changes: PGIM

When global lockdowns end, as families and communities recover, new opportunities and challenges will emerge for companies—and investors—around the world as they navigate the economic, social and political shifts brought on by the pandemic, according to research from PGIM.

March 20, 2020

When you’re nearing retirement and your account value is falling

The dramatic downturn in the financial markets spurred by concerns about COVID-19 is reminiscent of the Great Recession of 2008. But we’ve learned some lessons since then. Those close to retirement and watching their IRA or 401(k) values drop may have a silver lining.

February 28, 2020

Employers play critical role in managing effects of coronavirus outbreak

As the coronavirus continues to spread beyond China and Asia, Americans are increasingly concerned not just about the potential negative impact it could have on their health, but also about the implications for their personal finances and the state of the U.S. economy overall, according to new research released by Prudential.

June 21, 2019

The interplay between health & financial wellness benefits and how it impacts employees

Wellness programs work, according to the people who use them. That’s the key finding from a new survey of 2,000 Americans employed by organizations that offer health wellness benefits in addition to traditional medical insurance.

December 11, 2018

Exploring financial wellness within diverse populations

The financial experience of Americans is as varied and diverse as the country we call home. While Americans from all backgrounds share common financial goals and worries—most revolving around meeting day-to-day expenses and saving for retirement—many are impacted by additional factors that underlie and sometimes impede our ability to achieve financial security.