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Home. Auto. Health Coverage?

The average American family of four with employer-provided health coverage can face more than $11,000 in monthly premiums and out-of-pocket costs per year. Considering 65% of people have less than $1,000 to pay out-of-pocket expenses associated with an unexpected serious illness or accident, it makes sense to protect your wallet the same as you do your home or vehicle.

Voluntary Benefits and Consumer Value

Build buyer confidence and loyalty with strategies that help clients meet short- and long-term demands. Today’s age of healthcare consumerism demands innovative approaches that build buyer confidence and strong perceived value – the personal, constantly shifting measure of what consumers pay and feel they get in return.

Top 10 benefits findings for employers

Two-thirds of employers say rising health insurance costs prevent them from increasing compensation. The seventh annual Aflac WorkForces Report examines trends and attitudes about benefits.

Top 10 benefits findings for employees

Fifty-eight percent of employees are at least somewhat likely to take a job with lower pay but better benefits. The 2017 Aflac WorkForces Report reveals how benefits affect retention and what employees are saying about their options.

The value of voluntary benefits

Strong benefits go a long way toward improving employee morale, which directly affects worker retention. Sure, a good salary, boss and working conditions are critical to employee contentment. But as the 2017 Aflac WorkForces Report reveals, benefits are right up there with other, more obvious employee wants.

White Papers

Time to Connect - Balancing the personal and technical in benefits communication

What do employees want from benefits enrollment? Better yet, what do they need? The answer is a right-sized blend of human touch and technology. Find the right balance, and you have the perfect blend in benefits communication for businesses and their evolving workforces.

Health Advocacy - Because health care doesn’t have to be hard

Health care treatment and insurance options are increasing and becoming more complex, making it hard for employees to navigate the best path to better health or to understand how benefits can help. Learn why more employers are looking to health advocacy services to help their employees – and their bottom line.

Studying up on Student Loan Assistance - Attract and retain talented employees with student loan repayment and planning

Student loan repayment has rapidly become a top benefit sought by today’s employees. Learn how Aflac’s Value-Added Services for college planning and student loan repayment can be easily implemented and help employers attract and retain top talent.

The Growing Need for Voluntary Insurance in the Education Sector

The Growing Need for Voluntary Insurance in the Government Sector