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Your Voluntary Benefits Partner
Because of their cost-efficiency and portability, as well as their contribution to an employee’s work-life balance, offering voluntary benefits can become a central component of your company’s overall benefits strategy with help from these tools.
Our Tools for Your Success
Our custom communications for both you and your employees assist in understanding voluntary benefits and all they have to offer.
Check out the annual Ancillary Benefits Survey that your clients can participate in and use the results to compare to their offerings – among many other well-known national surveys.
Our comprehensive information on voluntary employee benefits empowers human resources and benefits professionals alike so you can effectively inform your employees.
From various presentations to our Know Your Employee Benefits article series, let these presentations and informative articles help you educate your employees on the various voluntary benefits that your company offers. Voluntary benefits can sometimes be difficult to understand – bridge the gap with these communication tools.
As health care costs continue to rise, so has the increased demand for voluntary benefits. Since many employers find it increasingly difficult to provide employees with a complete benefit package, and employees need new ways to supplement their core benefits, voluntary benefits have become an ideal solution. Voluntary benefits are also very attractive to employers wishing to offer protection for their employees but want to do so without added costs. According to Employee Benefit News, employees are willing to pay for these benefits and are excited about the new coverage options. According to MetLife®’s 2008 Employee Benefits Trends study, 44 percent of all employees and 52 percent of employees with children under age 18 are interested in a wider array of employer-offered voluntary benefits. This is a respective increase of 31 percent and 36 percent from last year’s survey.