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The 2011 Aflac WorkForces Report provides compelling details about how corporate America and its workers perceive the issues of health and workplace benefits. The study confirms a direct correlation between the caliber of employee benefits and workers’ overall health, the profitability of our nation’s businesses and the productivity of its workforce. Most importantly, the Aflac WorkForces Report outlines key, actionable steps employers can take to maximize benefits alignment, communication and delivery.

2011 Executive Summary

What if your organization considered the health of its workers – along with sales, net gains and profitability – in the valuation of its business? It may be time to embrace a bold new way of thinking. Read the executive summary.

2011 Articles

Worker Issues

Over the past few years, America’s economic engine has been sputtering. Workers, the country’s intellectual capital, are worn down by several economic forces — a stagnant job market with flat or decreasing compensation levels combined with rising health care costs that are largely being shifted to consumers. And, most are not financially protected or prepared. Read the article.

Employee Benefits Communications

There is one thing both employees and the companies they work for agree upon: Workers are not fully engaged when it comes to leveraging and making benefits decisions. As a result, they’re unprepared and under-protected against an accident or illness, resulting in significant financial implications for both themselves and their employers. Read the article.

The Voluntary Benefactor

By choice or by force, more Americans are taking a front seat in driving their health care decisions. With health care consumerism on the rise, more employers are implementing high-deductible plans and Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) than ever before. Read the article.

Voluntary Insurance Misconceptions

What can author and poet Maya Angelou possibly teach brokers and agents about selling health insurance? The answer lies in her very simple yet powerful quote: “When you know better, you do better.” Read the article.

2011 Study Results Fact Sheets