The 2013 Aflac WorkForces Report, Aflac’s 3rd annual employee benefits study, was conducted in partnership with Research Now between and showcases responses from 1,884 benefits decision-makers and 5,299 employees across the U.S.
As new health care reform regulations go into effect, workers have more choices than ever before and businesses have many complex strategies to manage. The benefits decisions employers make now will have long-lasting implications — view key insights from the 2013 Aflac WorkForces Report. Watch the Benefits Pro webinar.
Employee Benefit Adviser
We are witnessing the reshaping of the health benefits landscape. Learn what brokers, employers and employees shared in the 2013 Aflac WorkForces Report, Aflac's third annual employee benefits study. View Employee Benefit Adviser webinar.
When it comes to benefits, the size of your workforce plays a significant role in shaping your programs.
Study results reveal key trends within several industry sectors.
Key study results show the top employee benefits issues by region and state.
View the results.
Employers and business decision-makers can compare their benefits programs with national best in class offerings.
Employees can determine whether their existing insurance coverage provides adequate financial protection.
Simple Steps to Protect Against Cervical Cancer
Cervical cancer was among the most common cancer cause of death among women, but has declined since 1955, because early testing has significantly reduced the risk. Read more about simple ways to protect your health. View the infographic.
Can Americans Afford the Cost of Benefits Mistakes?
A new Aflac study found that workers may be making mistakes during open enrollment that cost them as much as $750, which could represent up to four months of an individual's critical grocery budget. View the infographic.
The ROI of Wellness
Companies that use wellness initiatives are seeing increased return on investment not only through cost-saving, but with more satisfied employees. View the infographic.
Are Americans in Denial?
Workers say they are overly optimistic about their physical health, yet many admit they are unprepared to handle the financial consequences of serious illness or accident. View the infographic.
2012 Pay and Benefits Outlook
While businesses share a more positive outlook on benefits, still one in four employees will pay more for health care coverage in 2012. Insights from the 2012 WorkForces Report show the impact that these important benefits have on employees’ attitudes and perceptions. View the infographic.