A recent study showed that married Gen X males are more involved in grocery shopping and cooking than their Baby Boomer dads. While men are making things happen in the kitchen, what are women up to? According to the Pew Research Center, 4 in 10 are the sole or primary breadwinners for their families.
Given the importance of women to keeping households running – their contributions are financial, physical and emotional – they should consider what would happen to their loved ones if they were suddenly without income, or worse, out of the picture altogether.
October is National Work and Family Month, and since women remain our nation’s primary caregivers even as they increasingly become primary breadwinners, what better time to remind employees about the importance of voluntary health insurance coverage?
When it comes to voluntary coverage, women should consider protecting themselves and their families with three key voluntary policies. Find out what those policies are and why they’re so critical. … Read more >