Companies Reach for Gender Equality Through Policy and Benefits
Kevin Silva, chief human resources officer, shares the workplace policies and practices that enabled Voya to be recognized on the 2017 Financial Services Gender-Equality Index.
7 Threats to Supplemental Health in the Major Medical Storm
Rob Grubka, president, Employee Benefits, comments on the impact of the Affordable Care Act uncertainty on supplemental health insurance products.
Getting Your Clients ‘In Tune’ for a Longer Retirement
CEO of Annuities and Individual Life Carolyn Johnson highlights the retirement income challenge millions of Americans face with their loved ones living longer. In support of “Insure Your Love,” a national campaign each February, Johnson puts a unique spin on the topic by using popular love songs to reinforce the benefits life insurance and annuity products can play when individuals create a holistic financial plan with their advisor.
Driving Strategic Goals through a Purpose-Oriented Culture
CEO Rod Martin discusses how a company’s values set it apart from peers.
Being Kind — How Employers Can Support the Special Needs Community
Chief Human Resources Officer Kevin Silva encourages HR professionals to implement policies and practices that support employees facing special needs or disability challenges.
Green and Orange Money: 5 Questions with Voya Financial SVP Paul Gennaro
Paul Gennaro, senior vice president, Brand and Corporate Communications, and CCO talks “green” money and Voya’s new branding campaign.
Laying the Foundation for an Advisor’s Long-term Business Growth
Voya’s Ed Pollis pens an article on actions advisors can take to get started with building a long-term business plan.
4 ways to jump-start your retirement savings in 2017
James Nichols, leader of the customer solutions group, talks about reviewing your retirement plan and tips for savings contributions.
We Can Always Do Better
Voya executives provide insight for a case study that discusses how Voya’s leadership development program strategy helped change our culture.
Voya Financial Brings Back Origami Money Animals
Voya CCO and Senior Vice President, Brand and Corporate Communications Paul Gennaro discusses the 2017 launch of Voya’s Orange Money ad campaign.
6 Smart Ways to Give Your Finances a Boost Right Now
Voya’s Mike Berry highlights financial tips when it comes to saving on medical expenses.
Transitioning to Advisory is Easier Than You Think
Voya Financial Advisors president Tom Halloran featured in the Wealth Management 2016 year-end outlook.
A guide to saving for retirement: making a plan
Voya Financial advisor Holly Kylen pens a bylined article regarding everyday tips Americans can take to creating a financial plan.
A financial adviser shares 5 smart things to do before the end of the year to save money on your taxes
Voya Financial advisor Marilyn Timbers pens a bylined article on tax planning tips to help you save money before the New Year.
What could possibly be worse than standing in a line at the Department of Motor Vehicles?
Voya’s “Insights into Retirement Planning Behavior” survey results cited by reporter Rodney Brooks.
If you want a comfortable retirement, better get ready
James Nichols, senior vice president of the Customer Solutions Group, featured in an article offering simple tips on how to properly prepare for retirement.
The Human Capital Game
Kevin Silva, Chief Human Resources Officer, featured in an article about the role of HR to connect human capital to the production of financial results.
Voya Institute aims for new insights into financial, retirement planning
Q&A talk with Charlie Nelson, CEO of Retirement, regarding the launch of the Behavioral Finance Institute for Innovation.
How technology can help improve retirement outcomes in the digital age
Charlie Nelson, CEO of Retirement pens a bylined article regarding the topic of behavioral finance as it relates to the digital age.
How to Create a Financial Plan for Life
VFA President Tom Halloran pens a bylined article regarding the importance of financial planning and how to go about creating a financial plan for life.