5 things about disability insurance you need to know
A breakdown to help provide workers and families with the income protection they need.
Nearly half of Americans struggling with financial hardship amid pandemic economic fallout
A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, a Prudential survey finds that Americans are increasingly focused on near-term survival over planning for their future.
Prudential’s first woman insurance agent broke barriers—and records
Julia Babbitt paved the way for other women who helped build the company of today.
Prudential Group Insurance strategic partnerships improve user experience
Prudential Group Insurance is helping to improve the process of choosing and managing group benefits with new and enhanced partnerships that will provide smoother, real-time and personalized interactions.
COVID-19 shines light on America’s struggle with paid leave
The evidence has never been clearer that the country needs a permanent, comprehensive solution for providing paid family and medical leave to all workers, according to Jamie Kalamarides, president of Prudential Group Insurance.
Healing the healers: Mental health crisis looms in health care workers
Fresh research is guiding a new customized support program for Prudential Group Insurance clients on the front lines of treating the sick.
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.
What happens if you’re unable to work?
Workers’ compensation and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) do not cover most challenges workers are likely to face, new Prudential-sponsored research finds.
Prudential expands financial wellness capabilities to address Americans’ most pressing financial needs
NEWARK, N.J., April 11, 2019 - Prudential Financial, Inc. announced the introduction of a range of new financial wellness solutions to help address the most pressing financial challenges facing American consumers.
We’re average students, getting a “C” when it comes to understanding finances, Americans say
NEWARK, N.J., April 10, 2019 - More than half of Americans say they’d earn a “C” or lower when it comes to financial literacy, according to a new survey conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of Prudential Financial, Inc. (NYSE: PRU).