Olivia Jack

Olivia is a Research Associate for Retirement Plan Monitor and Retirement Plan Monitor - Institutional at Corporate Insight.

Email: ojack@corporateinsight.com

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Retirement Plan Monitor Awards: Changes in Participant Priorities and Behavior Lead to Podium Shake Up

January 25, 2017 by
This year, the Retirement Plan Monitor Awards Report featured much more turnover among podium winners than in previous years, due in part to revamped criteria importance weightings. These weightings are largely determined by the results of Corporate Insight’s DC participant surveys, which had more than 1,500 respondents this year and took a deeper dive into […]

Wells Fargo’s Retirement City Brings Innovation to Participant Education

January 09, 2017 by
Between the uncertain future of Social Security and decline of traditional pensions, it has never been more important for Americans to understand what it takes to prepare for retirement. Wells Fargo is broadening its retirement outreach with its new Retirement City game—a virtual world with quizzes and challenges to sharpen retirement knowledge. Participants choose from […]

Lincoln Financial’s New Participant Site Encourages Education and Engagement

November 20, 2016 by
Lincoln Financial’s new private site has a clear focus on educating participants and encouraging them to engage with the retirement planning process; the firm introduced responsive design and two retirement readiness resources to the homepage and launched the new Learning Center.

VALIC’s New Sites Embody Key Digital Retirement Trends

October 26, 2016 by
VALIC recently completely overhauled its public and participant websites. The new sites bear little resemblance to their former versions and embody key trends that have emerged in the digital DC plan participant landscape over the last year, including the proliferation of responsive design as well as an increased focus on employee retirement readiness and overall […]

Mobile Enhancements Sweep the Retirement Sphere

May 18, 2016 by
More and more, consumers are turning to their mobile devices to manage their financial lives, and they expect to be able to access and accomplish a lot from their devices. While the growing reliance on mobile devices in the financial space is due in part to millennials entering the workforce, this trend crosses generational gaps; […]