Para Español, marque el numero dos
Deserie Rubio is one of a handful of Spanish speakers who handle between 12,000 and 15,000 calls a day from participants in retirement plans managed by Prudential's Enabling Solutions U.S. Business Contact Center in El Paso, Texas.
How to make financial wellness your New Year’s resolution
Amanda Clayman, certified financial therapist and Prudential’s financial wellness advocate, recommends five ways to establish healthy money habits in 2020.
Making it easier for people to save for emergencies
Helping people overcome barriers to financial security will require innovative thinking and full cooperation among government, private- and public-sector companies and not-for-profit organizations.
SECURE Act passage a monumental win for workers
The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act will—among other outcomes—increase access to retirement plans for small business workers through open Multiple Employer Plans.
American workers seek local upskilling opportunities to overcome job anxieties
Historic low unemployment paints a rosy view of the U.S. labor market. But a new survey reveals workers still have anxieties around career opportunities, job security and having the right skills for the jobs available.
Rescuing those drowning in debt
A recent study highlights that many employers are rolling out financial wellness programs to help employees improve their financial well-being and better prepare for retirement.
Parenting parents: When children are the caregivers
For the millions of us in the so-called “sandwich generation,” caring for aging parents while raising kids causes both financial and emotional stress, if not turmoil. Emmy award-winning journalist Laura Ling shares her personal story.
Crowdfunding funerals: Taking a chance on financial security
Families left to rely on the generosity of others to cover ever-increasing end-of-life expenses are finding many fundraising campaigns fall short—especially compared to the potential benefits of life insurance and other financial planning.
Companies play increasingly critical role in employee financial wellness
By the year 2050, the number of people supporting each senior citizen worldwide is likely to be just one-third what it was in 1950 and half of what it is today.
American workers wonder: “Do I have the skills to compete in the future workforce?”
American workers are concerned about having the necessary skills to compete in the future workforce, according to new research by Prudential.