It seems that every day we see another news headline about Americans woefully under saving, struggling with student loan debt, and unable to retire on time. Findings from the Gallagher Retirement Pulse Survey, reveal 65% of organizations have not considered that delayed retirements result in higher costs – impacting profitability. Furthermore, to become a more competitive employer in a tight talent market, over two-thirds (69%) of organizations are retooling their retirement plans to position them as industry competitive or strategic offerings.
- Driving on-time retirement success with financial wellbeing programs that address student loans, debt, budgeting, saving, and investing for retirement
- Leveraging multiple tools and communication platforms that help drive employee engagement success with the financial wellbeing programs offered in a plan
- Mitigating risks with insights into fiduciary responsibilities and liabilities
- Business & finance
Area Executive Vice President Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. Retirement Plan ConsultingSince joining Gallagher in 2008, John has worked with a wide range of clients in a variety of industries to advise them on their retirement programs and help manage their fiduciary risk. He has spoken and participated at several retirement focused…
MBA Area Vice President, Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. Retirement Plan ConsultingMolly Beer joined the Gallagher retirement consulting team in June 2014. She has over 14 years of retirement plan experience dedicated to participant education and the development of education strategies, client relationship management, and…
Area Senior Vice President and Director of Defined Contribution, GALLAGHER FIDUCIARY ADVISORS, LLCChristopher Jarmush is an Area Senior Vice President and Director of Defined Contribution with the Investment & Fiduciary Consulting practice of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., Gallagher Fiduciary Advisors, LLC (“Gallagher”). He is responsible for…