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3 key voluntary insurance policies for women

Today’s women do it all: Four in 10 are the primary breadwinners for their families, yet married mothers do more than three times as much cleaning, cooking and laundry as married fathers. Because women’s contributions to their families are financial, physical and emotional, they should think about what would happen to their loved ones if they were suddenly without an income or, worse, out of the picture altogether. There are three key voluntary insurance policies women should consider – and that employers should consider making available – when it comes to helping protect families.

3 workplace strategies for protecting employees’ vision

Vision is so integral to our daily lives that the thought of losing it is a major fear: Participants in one survey revealed that losing their eyesight would potentially have more impact on their daily lives than losing a limb, hearing, memory or speech. Given that eye problems are such a major concern for Americans, it makes sense for employers to help them safeguard their vision both at home and at work. Fortunately, there are simple ways to do so.

Talking benefits with millennial workers? Change the story by stressing financial independence

Millennials now comprise the largest portion of the U.S. workforce at more than one-third of all employees, and their dominance continues to grow. Companies that have focused on the wants and needs of baby boomers and Gen Xers must turn their attention to younger workers with different expectations. Those differences are especially profound when it comes to benefits and retirement.

Already blown your healthy resolution? Get it back on track – and fast!

We start out each year with the best of intentions – and for almost half of us, those best intentions include making a New Year’s resolution that involves getting healthy. The year’s just started, but most of us have already blown our resolutions. Here are nine tips that will help you and your employees get back on track.

5 tips for helping employees stay healthy until spring

Spring is just around the corner, right? Well, perhaps theoretically. But the truth is that much of the country won’t be out of the deep freeze for weeks yet. It will be awhile before the first crocus pops its colorful head through the snow. Here are five tips for keeping one employee’s sneeze from becoming a workplace epidemic.

8 benefits trends to watch in 2017

Employer-provided benefits will continue to evolve in 2017. From new enrollment technologies to outsourcing benefits administration, here’s the top eight influential benefits trends to expect in the year ahead.

Employers remain unprepared for IRS reporting, ‘Cadillac tax’

Most companies have adapted to the reality of health care reform, and millions of additional Americans now have access to health insurance. Still, confusion remains about IRS reporting requirements and the 2020 implementation of the “Cadillac tax,” a 40 percent excise tax on high-cost health insurance plans.

Benefits Usage

There’s an old adage that says living in the past will kill your future. It’s true of life – and it’s also true when it comes to workplace benefits. As an employer, you should encourage your employees to regularly review their benefits selections to ensure they’re right for their lives today, not for yesterday.

Career coverage: The voluntary insurance need at different life stages

Strengthen your company’s benefits by offering the ones that work best for your specific employee population. Find out the types of voluntary insurance that could most benefit workers in their early, mid and late careers.

A new age of maturity

Parents of young adults know there are milestone birthdays to celebrate – or, in some cases, mourn. There’s 18, the age of legal adulthood. There’s 21, when it’s OK to raise a toast. And there’s a new age of demarcation: 26. That’s when an adult child is pushed out of the nest, at least in terms of health insurance.

Nap rooms, coffee bars and free lunches

“There’s no such thing as a free lunch,” the saying goes, but a recent benefits survey shows some U.S. employees would like to challenge that notion: 18 percent of participants want their companies to pay the tab for their noonday meals. However, employees’ needs are sometimes much more important than their wants.

Roadblocks to fast claims processing

Our infographic outlines tips to get your voluntary insurance claim processed quickly.

Voluntary insurance benefits help manage costs of cancer

Cancer affects millions of Americans nationwide. For many – including those with major medical insurance – the diagnosis comes with potentially devastating financial burdens. Voluntary cancer insurance can be an important tool for consumers combating the high costs of cancer treatment. Learn more about voluntary cancer insurance, including what it is and how it can help cover costs that aren’t covered by major medical plans.

Accident insurance helps provide a financial safety net

Accidents happen – that’s why they’re called accidents. Sometimes they’re serious enough to warrant medical attention. While major medical insurance may pay some accident-related costs, there are often out-of-pocket bills to pay. From leftover medical expenses to a temporary loss of income, accident insurance can help.

Short-term disability insurance is a key component of workers’ financial plans

Most workers underestimate not only their risk of experiencing a disability but also how financially devastating the related costs can be. Voluntary disability insurance plays a key role in financial planning and safeguarding their financial futures.

Critical illness insurance helps employees concentrate on recovery

Advances in medicine mean people today live longer lives, even if they suffer from critical illnesses. Naturally, living longer with a critical illness means paying more treatment-related costs – a possibility that has many Americans concerned. From medical expenses to household bills, critical illness insurance can help.

Hospital indemnity insurance helps take the sting out of hospital bills

Most Americans will be hospitalized at one time or another, a fact that’s driving a growing need for voluntary hospital indemnity insurance. Learn more about hospital indemnity insurance, including what it is and how it can help cover costs major medical doesn’t pay.

Life insurance helps those you love continue to live

Businesses that offer voluntary life insurance are in good company: 39 percent of employers offer voluntary benefits to their employees, and they report that life is the most frequently offered type. It’s also worth noting that voluntary insurance is more likely to be offered at companies that say they’re growing (44 percent) than those that say they’re maintaining or declining (both are 35 percent).

7 tips for getting your insurance claim paid quickly

When you applied for voluntary insurance coverage through your workplace, you probably never really imagined using it. But here you are in the hospital and it doesn’t look like you’ll return to work any time soon. Now that the unthinkable has happened, what comes next? If you’re like most people, you’ll start fretting about finances. Suddenly you remember: You signed up for insurance at work that was supposed to help in situations just like this one.

Voluntary 101 Guide for Businesses

Voluntary insurance plans help people protect their financial well-being in the event of a serious accident or illness. Get an overview on products, out-of-pocket costs and see why employees need these policies.

Voluntary 101 Guide for Consumers

Voluntary insurance offers the workforce a way to stay ahead of the medical and out-of-pocket expenses that add up so quickly after an accidental injury or illness. This booklet addresses commonly asked questions regarding the relevance of voluntary insurance, as well as who needs these policies, what is covered in them and a quick look at four popular policies.