The Most Rejected Recommendation?

A recent report notes that the most common reason plan sponsors picked their plan’s default rate is because it was recommended by an industry consultant or other professional. But this week we’d like to know: What do you most often recommend that plan sponsors don’t accept?

Of course, every plan faces a unique set of challenges, circumstances and opportunities; what works for one won’t always be the best solution for others. But there’s likely one particular recommendation that you make with regularity that you just can’t quite get plan sponsors to accept – yet.

This week we’d like to know what that/those are – why they hit resistance – and how that is affecting your plans for the future.

Reply to this week’s NAPA Net reader poll at https://www.research.net/r/QYCTM25.

And we’ll wrap it all up for you on Friday.

Add Your Comments

2 Comments

  1. Posted May 1, 2017 at 10:22 am | Permalink

    Change from money market to stable value. Increase auto-enrollment rate with an annual increase rate

  2. Posted May 1, 2017 at 10:45 am | Permalink

    The number one recommendation of mine that plan sponsors reject is the addition of auto increase.

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