New Communication With Public Sector Workers: Challenges and Rewards

October 16, 2017
North America
The survey of U.S. public sector workers conducted by The Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by Prudential demonstrates that the level of confidence in retirement benefits has a powerful connection to satisfaction and retention.

For administrators of public sector retirement plans, benefits communications and financial education is a necessity that only grows with time. Gone are the days when word of mouth in the coffee room would be sufficient to instill in younger workers a sense of the value in their benefits. Gone too, in most systems, are the days when a pension might fill all of their financial needs. Instead, public workers engage with multiple benefits options, and they need financial knowledge and tools to build a secure retirement. The payoff, when communications and education efforts are effective, comes in greater worker satisfaction and retention. Learn more by downloading our article, 'New communication with public sector workers: Challenges and rewards' below. 

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