Not long ago, if you asked people to define the term “essential worker,” they’d probably come up with things like doctors and firefighters. But the pandemic has shown that the term “essential” goes far beyond that, extending to grocery store clerks, delivery drivers, hardware store employees, child care providers and more.
Now take that expansive mindset and apply it to the care professions. Doctors, home health aides, therapists, child care and elder care staff—yes, of course. What about the insurance agents that help connect those who provide benefits with those who need them most?
Aflac knows that “insurance agents” should mean “agents of care”
When you’re an insurance agent working with Aflac, you’re doing more than just selling policies door to door. You’re becoming an advisor to your clients, working with them to help keep their workforce healthy and attract the best talent. And you’re becoming a line of support for their employees too. As an Aflac insurance agent, you’ll:
Being an insurance agent doesn’t make you a “care provider” in the way that it’s defined in legalese. But it makes you someone who provides care—for yourself, for your family and for the community you live in.
Care isn’t one-way at Aflac
Aflac doesn’t let our agents do all the caring, of course. Just as our agents care for their clients, we care for our agents. Because Aflac agents work on a commission basis, there is no earnings limit. This gives you the means to give yourself and the people you love the kind of care you’re offering to the community, all while setting your own schedule and working at your preferred pace.
We also provide ongoing education and other resources, including proprietary research, best-in-class digital tools and training both in the field and virtually. (Think of it as venturing out as an entrepreneur—but with the backing of a Fortune 500 company.)
Aflac agents are independent agents of Aflac, and are not employees of Aflac.
1 Forbes. “The Benefits Literacy Crisis: What Employers Can Do to Educate Employees.” Published 11.4.2019. Accessed 8.30.2021.
2 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. “Employer Costs for Employee Compensation Summary.” Published 6.17.2021. Accessed 8.30.2021.
3 CNBC. “This is the real reasons most Americans file for bankruptcy.” Published 2.11.2019. Accessed 8.30.2021.
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