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Articles from MetLife

6 Ways to keep your New Year’s resolutions this Year
6 Ways to keep your New Year’s resolutions this Year
Create New Year’s resolutions that you’ll stick with in six realistic steps.
10 tips for advisers
10 tips for advisers
Metlife’s experts share their insider tips on keeping existing clients, attracting new ones and growing your business in times of industry change.
How to create a workplace that attracts – and keeps – great people
How to create a workplace that attracts – and keeps – great people
MetLife’s latest Employee Benefit Trends Study reveals what employees really value in an employer, and how you can use these insights to create a workplace that attracts – and retains – the best in the business.
Communication more important than cost when it comes to choosing a financial adviser
Communication more important than cost when it comes to choosing a financial adviser
The financial advice industry may be surprised to learn that when it comes to choosing a financial adviser, most consumers are more concerned about how an adviser communicates than the cost of the actual advice.
Income protection policies
Income protection policies
APRA have proposed a number of changes to retail (advised) income protection.
Metlife’s Nourish program
Metlife’s Nourish program
Metlife’s Nourish program is designed to help clients with their recovery after a health set-back and improve their overall wellbeing.
The retail claims process
The retail claims process
When it comes to making a claim, MetLife’s Peter Kelly says it’s vital your clients know you’ll be helping them with the hard work so they can focus on other things.
The one thing advisers should be doing to boost client retention and referrals
The one thing advisers should be doing to boost client retention and referrals
Almost a third of consumers and half of SME’s are considering either changing their current adviser, or ceasing to use one completely, what is the one thing to do to boost client retention and referrals?