Rebecca is CEO of LearnLux, a financial well-being company that helps employees feel great about their money so their work & wellness thrive

Employees typically don’t know how to talk about money. It’s something we all need to know but are usually never taught. In some families, it’s a total taboo. I hear the shame, confusion and discomfort each time personal finances come up. People get anxious, they change the subject and what isn’t said is much more impactful than what anyone actually says out loud. We learn from a young age that money is one of those subjects that shouldn’t be talked about because it’s private and personal and no one’s business. Instead, I believe this needs to be a focus for every business because we’re all dealing with money every day. Avoiding it is contributing to stress levels that are unsustainable, at work and at home, but change is possible. Employees need support to feel good about their finances, and employers have a responsibility to help enable this. It starts by talking about it.

In my experience, the silence surrounding money only compounds the problem. Shame plus silence is a recipe for trouble and leaves us feeling alone and isolated while those around us are having the same issues. But most importantly, we can’t get guidance for issues we can’t talk about. Since avoidance is not the answer, now is the time to get talking about how we manage our money in this pandemic and economic uncertainty-filled world.

I recently had a conversation with an executive in Human Resources who was struggling with how to use financial well-being benefits to support her team. She didn’t know where to begin the conversation because it all seemed too complicated. I told her that she was illustrating the problem

Latest released the research study on Global Digital Innovation in Insurance Market, offers a detailed overview of the factors influencing the global business scope. Digital Innovation in Insurance Market research report shows the latest market insights, current situation analysis with upcoming trends and breakdown of the products and services. The report provides key statistics on the market status, size, share, growth factors of the Digital Innovation in Insurance. The study covers emerging player’s data, including: competitive landscape, sales, revenue and global market share of top manufacturers are AXA (France), Zurich (Switzerland), China Life Insurance Company (China), Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (United States), Prudential Financial Inc. (India), United Health group (United States), Munich Re group (Germany) and ASSICURAZIONI GENERALI S.P.A. (Italy).

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Insurance companies have started adopting digital technologies to help and strengthen customer relationship by providing new offers and services. This transformation will lead to new revenue opportunities also. However, many Insurance companies are yet to capitalize and develop business strategies. Digital platforms allow personalization and strengthen connections with customers by providing new offers and services. This platform also provides customers with access to deeper insights from data analytics, and applies it to new business models to reduce risk and fraud, and improve segmentation and reduce fraud. There is a demand to fix traditional business models, cost reduction, increased efficiency, and a rise in profit margin which is driving the global digital innovation in the insurance market.

Market Drivers

  • Insurers Investing in Building Digital Infrastructure
  • Need to Overhaul Traditional Business Model

Market Trend

  • Implementation of Smart Watches and Wearables
  • Deployment of Telematics and Speech Recognition
  • Block Chain Technology and Robotic Process Automation in Digital Insurance


  • Formidable Cultural Barriers May Hamper the Market Growth
  • Cost Factor Associated with

Technology is increasingly changing the way insurers operate.

FREMONT, CA: The insurance industry is modernizing itself by equipping its arsenal with a large array of innovations. Technology has been transforming almost every dimension in the world, and insurance is certainly not an exception. The expectations of insurance customers are evolving continuously. In addition to this, the requirements of the high tech infrastructure and the operational ecosystem are also shifting in accordance with the modern days and demands. This is where new and advanced conceptualizations and features of technology gain an increased amount of importance.

The new technological integrations with the paradigm of insurance is enabling the industry to move its business culture and operational strategies towards a customer-centric ground. This further would help the insurance industry in achieving a better and bigger value of operational excellence. Technologies such as AI and IoT are providing insurance companies with automation features. Processes such as customer support, managing claims data, handling claims, and other complicated tasks. AI conducts thorough research and analysis of the customers, their interests and preferences, and tailors suitable and personalized insurance policy packages for the insurance companies to offer the customers.

The ability of the analytics in predicting the future of the insurance business market by analyzing the behavioral data of the players and actors such as the customers and policy managers in the insurance business, and the historical data about the market trends and business drifts is highly reliable. The analytics software would further pull out informative, practical, intuitive, intelligent, and actionable insights from the analyzed data to guide the insurers forward into the light. The predictive analytics forecasts the unanticipated dangers and trends and help the insurance industry prevent hazards from hitting the reality of insurance.

Also, automation and AI help the insurance industry in achieving and

IOWA CITY, Ia. — Effie Campbell feared the worst when doctors told her the baby boy who had been growing inside her for only 26 weeks was about to arrive well ahead of schedule.

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Campbell, 33, had checked herself into the emergency room at her hometown hospital in Mount Pleasant on Aug. 28, believing that the mild contractions she’d put up with while working her usual shift at a nursing home had merely grown worse. Hospital staff informed her that she had actually been in labor all day.

Effie Campbell holds her son, Oliver, for the first time Sept. 7 at Stead Family Children's Hospital. Oliver was born at 26 weeks and will spend at least his first three months of life in the hospital's newborn intensive care unit. The hospital is investing in new staff and equipment designed to care for premature babies, funded in part by the $3 million that Carson King helped raise last September.

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Effie Campbell holds her son, Oliver, for the first time Sept. 7 at Stead Family Children’s Hospital. Oliver was born at 26 weeks and will spend at least his first three months of life in the hospital’s newborn intensive care unit. The hospital is investing in new staff and equipment designed to care for premature babies, funded in part by the $3 million that Carson King helped raise last September.

There was one more complication: The hospital no longer was equipped to deliver babies.

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Campbell overheard some nurses discussing whether her son would be born alive. She wondered how tiny her first-born would be, knowing he was three months ahead of his due date. Would he even be able to cry?

The call went out to the Stead Family Children’s Hospital, an hour north in Iowa City. The hospital dispatched its neonatal transport team, two experts who arrived in an ambulance filled with state-of-the-art technology designed to give babies born extremely premature a fighting chance.

Oliver Stokes entered the world