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2012 Archived Results

The 2012 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.

Executive Summary: Bringing Benefits to Bear for Business Performance and Profitability

The 2012 Aflac WorkForces Report, conducted in partnership with national polling firm Research Now, reveals insights to help companies rethink their approach to benefits use and delivery. This year’s groundbreaking study uncovers quantifiable connections between a variety of benefits aspects and their bearing on business performance. Read the executive summary.

2012 Study Results - Fact Sheets

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About the Study

The 2015 Aflac WorkForces Report was conducted by Research Now on behalf of Aflac.

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- 2014 AWR Findings
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- 2012 AWR Findings
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