Getting Back on Track: Financial Wellness in the Public Sector
This research program, sponsored by Prudential and developed by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), explores the concerns and aspirations of public sector workers and provides insights to help you financially prepare your employees for the future.
Helping Public Sector Workers Achieve a Future They Deserve
A majority of public sector workers rely on pensions for retirement income, but the promise of pensions is at risk. How can public sector employers help address this challenge?View the infographic
Survey Executive Summary
To explore the financial realities of public sector employees, the EIU surveyed over 1,800 public sector workers. The research focused on their financial literacy, attitudes toward pensions, approaches to financial planning and ability to fulfill their aspirations.Read the executive summary
Public Sector Perspectives
Get important insights from public sector leaders on their most pressing challenges and potential solutions to improve the lives of public sector workers now and in the future.
Making the Case: The Payoff of Financial Education in the Public Sector
Public employers can stand out from other workplaces by offering strong financial education to employees. It can boost job satisfaction, improve retention and help employees successfully plan for retirement.Read the article
Public Pension Leaders Q&A: Paving the Path to Financial Wellness for Public Sector Workers
Offering a range of financial education and benefits communications programs can help employees become fiscally fit. Two public sector pension experts weigh in on best practices and more.Read the Q&A
New Communication with Public Sector Workers: Challenges and Rewards
For administrators of public sector retirement plans, there is an increasing need to develop better ways of reaching and teaching public employees. The payoff, however, comes in greater worker satisfaction and retention.Read the article