couldn’t pay $1,000 or more for out-of-pocket expenses without relying on debt or credit if an unexpected serious illness or accident occurred today.1
feel high anxiety about health care costs that go beyond what their plans cover.1
Employees are most interested in2:
improved benefits packages.
employees with jobs that offer supplemental coverage are very satisfied with their benefits.2
of consumers have heard of Aflac.3
most included brand in employee benefits packages behind two health insurance carriers.4
Our products help keep people healthy and protected against income and asset loss.
Flexible and custom plan designs.
Integrations with more than 150 benefits administration platforms.
A coordinated implementation, service and claims experience across lines of business.
There’s never been a better time to partner with Aflac. Ask your broker or Aflac broker sales professional for more information on our benefits solutions today.
1 2021 Aflac Workforces Report. “Workplace Benefits Trends Executive Summary.” Published October 2021. Accessed 6.22.22.
2 The 2020-2021 Aflac WorkForces Report is the 10th annual Aflac employee study examining benefits trends and attitudes. The employer survey, conducted by Kantar on behalf of Aflac, took place online between June 12 and June 30, 2020. The survey captured responses from 1,200 employers across the United States in various industries. The employee survey, conducted by Kantar on behalf of Aflac, captured responses from 2,000 employees across various industries and business sizes between July 7 and July 21, 2020. For more, visit aflac.com/awr. Q3 2020 IMAP Consumer Research. “Tracking the Performance of the Aflac Brand and Advertising,” October 2020. Power of the Aflac Brand Research, 9.30.2020.
3 Internal data: quarterly consumer research IMAP report, Q2, 2022.
4 Internal data: quarterly B2B research IMAP report, Q2, 2022.
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NOTICE: The coverage offered is not a qualified health plan (QHP) under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) and is not required to satisfy essential health benefits mandates of the ACA. The coverage provides limited benefits.
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The value-added services that are the subject of this training course are offered by multiple providers. Aflac’s affiliation with the value-added service providers is limited only to a marketing alliance. Other than this marketing alliance, Aflac and the value-added service providers are not affiliated in any way. Aflac makes no representations or warranties regarding the value-added service providers and is not responsible for any of the products or services provided by the value-added service providers.
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