Mercer, a wholly owned subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc., has revamped its participant education site, Mercer BenefitsU, the online “university” for employee well-being.
Mercer BenefitsU delivers highly relevant education within a fun, dynamic learning environment and features a robust curriculum of videos, interactive quizzes, articles and slideshows.
“Our recent Inside Employees’ Minds survey found that only 23% of people think they’ll have enough money to cover their health expenses in retirement, and more than one-third say they’ll have to work at least part-time,” says Rich VanThournout, Mercer’s U.S. Benefits Administration Leader. “The research is clear: people are stressed and often stretched too thin between competing priorities, and our engagement strategies have to reflect this reality. With this in mind, we’re thrilled to launch a redesigned Mercer BenefitsU, which will help give people the tools and confidence they need to make practical, informed decisions when it comes to their well-being—physically, financially, emotionally, and professionally.”
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