Emails Prompt Employees to Save More for Retirement (Brief)
DOL Behavioral Interventions Final Project Brief
Publisher: Princeton, NJ: Mathematica Policy Research
Apr 30, 2017
- Low-cost, behaviorally informed emails increased the number of U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) employees saving at least 5 percent of their salary by 7.5 percentage points.
- Emails raised the overall contribution rate by up to 0.4 percentage points, or approximately $11,500, over an employee’s lifetime.
- Emails were not effective in causing non-contributors to start contributing a percentage of their salary to the Thrift Savings Plan.
Behavioral Interventions for Labor-Related Programs
U.S. Department of Labor
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