We offer a wide variety of added employee benefits, including:
- On-site child-care facilities
- Health clinic
- Fitness center and walking trails
- Health screenings
- Employee discount programs
- Educational scholarships
In addition to major medical coverage, we also offer:
Aflac insurance policies offered to employees include:
Aflac contributes 100% of the individual employee premium for the individual basic Cancer plan and 50% for the individual basic Hospital Intensive Care, Hospital Confinement Indemnity, and Accident plans. Some Aflac policies contain an annual Wellness Benefit.
Aflac offers employees a 401(k) plan, with 50% matching up to 6% of their salaries (subject to IRS limitations), an employee stock purchase program, and other financial incentives. There is also the potential for year-end profit-sharing bonuses for all employees, and rewards for tenure and superior performance.
More than 19 need-based courses are offered for professional, technical, and administrative employees. Employees and leaders can chart their paths for self-development and growth.
To help develop and enhance computer skills, employees are offered a three-phase curriculum of technical training. In addition to providing job-specific technical training, Aflac offers on-site training to all employees at no cost—regardless of whether the skill is required in their current positions.
Employees are offered a variety of job-specific training and/or designations for many areas of expertise throughout Aflac. Employees receive cash awards, in addition to reimbursement of exam costs, for successfully completing the training and/or earning the designations.
Industry education and designation opportunities include on-site examinations that qualify employees for eligible advancement. Aflac pays the initial examination registration fee for each course and provides a cash award for successful completion of each course.
Because Aflac's leaders are critical to the company’s success, the company provides them a mandatory, three-level training program. Phase I provides managers with the skills and knowledge to lead, coach, develop, and motivate employees. In Phase II, officers and managers learn key skills for continuing their professional development. Phase III builds on the development from Phase II.
Employees receive training at their desks, view the current course offerings, determine if there is a class opening, register for classes, receive class confirmation, and view their educational transcripts.