CEOs issue letter urging Fortune 1000 to participate in the Disability Equality Index
Chairman and CEO Rod Martin signed a letter that urges Fortune 1,000 CEOs to: participate in the Disability Equality Index, share important information on disability inclusion that details its impact on business performance, and ensure they are aware of increasing investor interest on this topic.
Retirement 2020: What to Watch for in the New Year
Charlie Nelson, CEO of Retirement and Employee Benefits, discusses changes coming to retirement in 2020, including the passage of the SECURE Act.
NQDC Plans Are About More Than the Design and Administration
Voya’s SVP of Retirement Non-Qualified Markets, Kirk Penland, talks with PLANSPONSOR magazine about what plan providers may want to look for in a non-qualified deferred compensation plan offering.
Ethisphere Aligns With Disability Equality Index to Drive Awareness and Expertise
Voya was recognized in a release announcing the Ethisphere Institute will collaborate with the American Association of People with Disabilities and Disability:IN to bring data, research and tools to the business community, to promote disability inclusion in the workforce.
Advisers can help family caregivers find support
Voya’s CEO of Retirement and Employee Benefits, Charlie Nelson, pens a bylined article on how advisors can provide a unique value proposition by providing support for caregivers.
Advocates Say DC Plans Should Be Considered ‘Accredited Investors’
Voya’s CEO of Retirement and Employee Benefits, Charlie Nelson, discusses what opportunities advisors have to become educated on the types of investments that define “alternatives.”
Hybrid Financial Advice Is Evolving
Voya’s president of Voya Financial Advisors, Tom Halloran, pens an article focused on the different forms, and benefits, of financial advice investors have available to them — including in-person, digital and “hybrid” models.
Disability not a barrier: At a time of low unemployment, employers tap a new talent pool
Voya’s Heather Lavallee, president of TEM and executive sponsor of Voya Cares, discusses our support of the disabilities market. Also included is a video with Voya’s Angela Harrell, chief diversity and CR officer, and Paul Gennaro, chief brand and corporate communications officer.
Driving Cybersecurity with Participants and Providers
Voya’s CEO of Retirement and Employee Benefits, Charlie Nelson, discusses how plan sponsors should evaluate providers’ cybersecurity practices along with the steps they and plan participants can take to safeguard retirement accounts.
The Retirement Industry Could Do Some Simple Things To Help You Save More
Rick Mason, senior adviser for the Voya Behavioral Finance Institute for Innovation, pens an article surrounding the question, “How can we help Americans save enough so they don’t face significant shortfalls during their golden years?”
Voya ranks 6th among Barron’s 100 Most Sustainable Companies
Chairman and CEO Rod Martin discusses Voya’s ascent from #46 to the top-ten in Barron’s annual ranking.
A 40 year-old plan sponsor client discusses how they’ve improved participant engagement via web tools with support from Voya.
Caregivers Should Save for Retirement
Voya’s Tom Halloran highlights what caregivers for individuals with special needs and disabilities should know in order to balance the cost for care while managing saving for retirement.
Culture by Design
Voya’s CHRO Kevin Silva, was featured in HRO Today where he highlighted Voya’s commitment to maintaining a strong culture that ensures that we are a different kind of company.
How 4 HR Execs are Redefining Leadership
Voya’s CHRO Kevin Silva, was named as one of HRExecutive magazine’s Honor Roll winners for his demonstrated excellence and leadership in the field of HR.
Out of the Shadows, Into the Spotlight
Voya’s Chief Human Resources Officer Kevin Silva discusses Voya’s efforts around disability inclusion and highlights Voya’s strong commitment to serving and employing those with special needs and disabilities.
The Evolution of the Financial Plan
Voya’s Tom Halloran focusses on how the modern-day financial plan has evolved over the years and what advisors need to know when creating plans for their clients.
Keeping Up with the Intermediaries
Voya’s Amy Vaillancourt discusses Voya’s investment in data analytics, mobile capabilities, personalized account videos, digital-based financial wellness platform and in-plan lifetime income product.
Retirement Readiness Is Possible for Caregivers, But It’s Tough
Voya’s Heather Lavallee discusses how employers can support caregivers in saving for retirement.
Making Health Care a Permanent Part of Your Clients’ Plans
Voya’s Tom Halloran discusses how advisors can break the planning process into smaller pieces will make it seem more attainable.