Group protection market displaying a 'gender paradox'

L&G study shows

John Brazier
clock • 2 min read
Group protection market displaying a 'gender paradox'

Fewer women are engaging and understanding group protection benefits and services than men, despite showing higher levels of awareness and understanding, according to Legal & General (L&G) research.

The study of just over 1,000 UK employees with access to either group income protection (GIP), critical illness cover (CIC) and employee assistance programmes (EAPs), showed that despite displaying...

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