Employers looking to dial up the correct mix of benefits in order to retain valued employees are increasingly including identity theft protection services as a perk.
Research firm Willis Towers Watson predicts identity theft protection, offered by 35 percent of employers in 2015, could double to nearly 70 percent by 2018, which would make it the fastest-growing type of employee benefit over the next couple of years.
ThirdCertainty recently sat down with Joel Ray, CEO of New Benefits, a Dallas-based employee benefits solutions provider, to discuss the drivers—and the going-forward arch—of this trend.
Story by Byron Acohido, ThirdCertainty, July 6, 2016. Read the full interview here.
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